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PepsiCo Inc. Warehouse Person (Loader) - 5000626293406 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Warehouse Person (Loader) (FT/Evenings/Seasonal)less thanbr>less thanbr>$17.20 per houriless thanbr>CLICK HERE to view our Warehouse Person (Loader) Realistic Job Preview Videoless thanbr>less thanbr>This labor-intensive position is responsible for hand building pallets of product for bulk, and route trucks. Each type of loading requires strict attention to order accuracy with respect to loading outgoing trucks and unloading incoming trucks. Works from Electronic order system or order sheets to build loads using a forklift and/or electronic pallet jack. Position is responsible for accuracy in loading and complying with shipper/receiver documentation. Follows warehouse instructions in building loads (). Employees must maintain a clean and safe work environment. Position may be required to work across a wide variety of weather conditions and hours, shift duration depends on work load and may vary daily. Transport truck loading involves moving full pallets of products from the warehouse onto a trailer and removing any returned pallets/plastic flats. Responsible for unloading raw materials and placing them in designated warehouse space. Bulk truck loading involves selecting designated packages and flavors of products from the warehouse and loading them onto a pallet. Position is responsible for maintaining the stability of the pallet through proper stacking and shrink-wrapping. In most cases, pallets are loaded onto a trailer for local delivery. Position is responsible for unloading returned products and pallets/plastic flats. Route truck loading involves selecting designated packages and flavors or pallets of products from the warehouse and loading them into the truck. Product/packages for each truck are customized based on the salespersons order. Position is responsible for unloading returned products and pallets/plastic flats. Position requires lifting a very high volume of cases of product per day from 20-45 pounds per case repeatedly during a long work period. Requires constant standing, walking, bending, twisting, squatting reaching and grasping as product is moved.less thanbr>less thanbr>PRIMARY JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES:less thanbr>less thanbr>Drive power pallet jack or forklift to picking area and build pallet/load according to load sheet or voice pick audio equipment (if applicable)less thanbr>Mark load ticket for out of stock itemsless thanbr>Wrap pallet when pallet/load is finishedless thanbr>Turn in paper work with order for check before loading and have truck checkedless thanbr>Stage pallet and/or load into truck when readyless thanbr>Complete partial pallets and put away mixed palletsless thanbr>Maintain proper housekeeping standards in work arealess thanbr>Regular, reliable, predictable attendanceiless thanbr>less thanbr>BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:less thanbr>18 years or olderiless thanbr>less thanbr>HELPFUL EXPERIENCE:less thanbr>Experience working in a warehouse environment (e.g., order selector/picking product storage, product staging, powered pallet jack/forklifts, etc.)less thanbr>Driving a forklift (e.g., performing basic operations such as driving forwards, driving backwards, lifting and lowering boom, maneuvering in tight areas without damaging product, etc.)less thanbr>Working with racking systems and loading/unloading pallets (e.g., pulling and placing pallets on/off vertical product racking systems and trucks, maximizing storage by stacking products vertically, etc.)less thanbr>Experience working in a team environment (e.g., cooperating with co-workers, joint problem solving, etc.)iless thanbr>less thanbr>Our Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other applicable laws, including but not limited to, San Francisco Police Code Sections 4901-4919, commonly referred to as the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance; and Chapter XVII, Article 9 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code, commonly referre