Material Handler Forklift


Manufacturing and Production

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Minneapolis, MN - Metro - (USA) 222 S 9th St Suite 290 MN Minneapolis , MN - 55402 Phone : 612-375-9200



Job Description

This is a direct hire placement opportunity with a fast growing metalworking company that provides custom metalwork services for some of the world's top brands.

2nd shift: M-F, 3:00PM-11:15PM

What's in it for you

Professional career growth, advancement and learning opportunities

Working for a company that invests in their people, equipment, and working environment

Competitive benefits and salary packages

Professional diversity

In a manufacturing environment, this role will work directly with production operators and set-up personnel. Ensures that production operators are supplied with raw material, removes finished goods and empties scrap containers. Assist set-up personnel with removing dies and placement of dies in the press. Ensure that the production area is supplied with dies and raw material as requested. Assist other departments and coworkers as needed.


Operates a forklift in the production area to supply materials to multiple equipment operators in a safe, accurate and efficient manner.

Checks inputs and inventory movements

Puts away raw material and moves finished goods to trailers from production areas.

Provides Production with raw material work in progress (including child parts), containers, and dies. Removes scrap, dies and finished goods from Production.

Uses the scale to piece count and weigh the finished product.

Cleans and rearranges things to improve working conditions in a safe and efficient manner.

Follows all safety regulations.

Keeps all material neat and orderly in accordance with the Five-Pillar concept.

Background Profile

Strong working knowledge of the equipment, materials, methods and practices used in material handling and warehouse operations.

Working knowledge of related safety equipment to include proper use of safety equipment and proper safety precautions (forks down, no climbing racks, using walkway doors, etc.).

Ability to organize, coordinate and perform material handling activities in a production environment.

Ability to understand, follow and issue routine oral and written instructions.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.

Ability to anticipate potential bottlenecks in the production process and react to them in a safe and efficient manner.

Ability to work well under pressure in a safe and efficient manner.