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Adecco Staffing 2nd Shift Material Handler in Northbridge, Massachusetts

Material Handler - Second Shift. English not required. Hours: Mon-Fri 2:30 PM to 11 PM. The Material Handler moves finished product off the Production floor via hand carts, pallet jack, or powered pallet jack to the appropriate storage location. Ensures all production supplies (bags, boxes, pallets, tape, labels, etc.) are available at all machines at the start of the shift. Reports to the Shift Supervisor for daily assignments. Also, scans the barcode label on each bag/box/bundle/pallet that is removed from the Production floor for Production reporting in real time. Requirements: \ High School diploma or equivalent; must be able to do simple math. \ 3-6 months\' experience working in a manufacturing environment preferred. \ Must be able to speak and understand English fluently. PHYSICAL DEMANDS \ Frequently required to stand, walk, and push carts during an 8-hour shift. \ Frequently required to reach, bend, squat, stretch, and twist. \ Will lift and/or carry bulky objects weighing up to 40 pounds up to 48\" in height, moving up to 200 packages per machine during each shift on carts to the staging areas. \ Must be able to work efficiently and repetitively in a fast-paced environment with hands, and have physical strength, stamina and coordination to perform duties. \ Must have a positive attitude and be able to work with others in a team environment. \ Must be available to work overtime as necessary, including some weekends. Responsibilities: \ Assist with prior shift with changeover. Stay over to confirm final production counts and to clear the floor. \ Using the Priority Sheet and Work Assignments, see which machines are scheduled to run, make sure that required materials are present and that Quality Production Data Sheet (QPDS) at each machine is correct and current, and check Balance to Mold sheets. \ Print the correct quantity and color of labels (found on QPDS) for each job scheduled to run by taking the standard pieces per hour from the Priority Sheet and multiplying by the number of hours, then dividing by secondary UOM to determine label quantity. \ Check product before removing from floor to make sure no obvious quality defects are present (broken parts, poor fill, grease, etc.). If found, return to the machine for repack. \ Remove all full material handling carts and/or pallets from the Production floor, logging the number of bundles/pallets on the Material Handlers Record Sheet (QS018), and placing them into finished goods staging areas on the first floor. Communicate with the oncoming shift as to where particular products are being stored. \ Utilize handheld scanners to scan each item removed from the Production Floor, in full cart/pallet quantities, for real-time Production reporting. \ Make sure to compare the quantity scanned versus the quantity written on the Material Handler?s Record Sheet (QS018) and correct as necessary. \ Must take care in transporting product to the staging areas to ensure no damage occurs. Utilize mirrors when going around a corner for safety and to minimize damage. \ Maintain the Production floor relative to removing/weighing/labeling bags of scrap, emptying trash barrels at least 1 hour before the end of the shift (more often as needed), keeping all running machines stocked with supplies; maintain the appearance of the production supplies area, and maintain the condition of the staging areas. \ May be asked to cover production needs when operators are on break. \ Make sure the floor is reasonably clear when going on break - there is limited coverage for Material Handlers. \ Remove all excess packing materials when a job is completed during the shift. \ Assist Supervisor in resolving any inventory discrepancies encountered during the shift. \ Material Handlers will first be trained as Machine Operators per QS013A.