Material Handler in Indianapolis, IN at Jobs | Lyneer Staffing

Date Posted: 9/3/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Get to Know our Client:

Our Client has transformed from a small-scale business operating out of a garage to a thriving and diverse e-commerce brand. They aim is to be a one-stop-shop for all your home needs ranging from categories such as kitchen and dining, bedroom, outdoor, lawn & patio, toys, musical instruments, and fitness! Currently, they have over 1,200 SKUs that we sell domestically and internationally, and their catalog is constantly expanding along with the market trends!

Our client is currently seeking Material Handlers. In this role, you will accurately transfer, package, product and materials, both physically and logically, to fulfill orders, inventory, and load/unload trailers.

Your Day:

  • Perform the assigned tasks as described in the location's policies and procedures standards to include handling of materials within associated logical transactions
  • Package orders and materials
  • Perform material moves with associated physical/logical transactions as required
  • Participate in workgroup and other team activities for the purpose of self-improvement and improving warehouse operations and related business functions
  • Load and unload inbound/outbound trailers
  • Ensure all scanning is completed correctly
  • Help train dock employees on new procedures
  • Ensure the facility is secure at end of shift; investigate/resolve scanning issues and housekeeping
  • Perform picking and packing duties
  • Check for evidence of product or container damage
  • Performs housekeeping duties for assigned area


Job Requirements

About You:

  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred
  • Six months of related warehouse experience required (one year experience preferred)
  • Candidates must be able to lift 100lbs -120lbs for prolonged periods, in team lifting.
  • Unloading heavy boxes from the trailer to the pallets.
  • Stacking Product that varies in size, shape, and weight
  • Wrapping pallets with shrink wrap.
  • The position is very physically demanding.
  • Overtime may be required.