Package Handler

Company Name:
FedEx Services
Responsible for loading packages onto appropriate trailer by scanning, lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling packages up to 100 pounds in weight at the customer''s site. Required to read labels, verify numbers, memorization and carrying out instructions and working rapidly for long periods of time. Most tasks are well defined and require general judgment or interpretation. This position requires a moderate level of supervision.
Second Shift Position
Complete assigned tasks in a reasonable amount of time with a high level of accuracy
May require the ability to use PC and/or RF-based computer systems to perform tasks
Knowledge of loading trailers
Knowledge of FedEx shipping software including P-scan
Ability to use NASCR cafe system (labeling system)
Ability to obtain Load - T-stacking certification
Ability to obtain CAN inspection certification
Ability to lift medium to heavy loads 40% of the time
Ability to work in team environments
Ability to maintain compatible relationships under stress
Must exhibit promptness and attention to detail
Contributes to a safe working environment
Complete assigned tasks in a reasonable amount of time with a high level of accuracy
DG certification - Ground and Express (hazmat, dangerous goods
Ability to lift 100 pounds
All package handling is done manually, without the use of fork trucks, pallet jacks or other mechanized equipment. "Hand-to-surface" methods are mandatory.
High school diploma or equivalent and 2 years progressive related experience
Date: 2014-01-08
Country: US
State: CT
City: Enfield
Category: FedEx Global Supply Chain Services

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