Under general supervision, Shipping & Receiving Clerks verify and keep records of incoming and outgoing shipments and prepare items for transfer to the company's warehouse(s).
Split Shift Hours: 10:00 AM through 8:30 PM
Typical duties include receiving completed work orders from manufacturing and receiving returned items from the field. Shipping & Receiving Clerks determine how to package and ship items and parts by FedEx, UPS or other means. Shipping & Receiving Clerks
are also responsible for unloading trucks and unpacking boxes to insure that the right quantities have been received, as specified, in packing documents.
Safety is very important to Roadtec, Inc. for the benefit of all employees. Therefore, personal protective equipment must be worn and proper safety procedures followed at all times.
Minimum three (3) months of shipping and/or receiving experience; heavy equipment and/or construction equipment shipping and receiving experience; experience safely operating a forklift; basic typing skills; and some computer knowledge to operate FedEx and
UPS shipping computers required.
High school diploma/GED; proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Microsoft Dynamics AX software applications; LTL (Less Than Truckload) and/or Bill of Lading experience preferred.
Must have ability to regularly transport up to 75 pounds and occasionally transport up to 100 pounds.
Valid driver's license, flexibility to work additional hours; willingness to train on first shift, work any shift and on Saturdays when required; drug screen, physical and background/MVR check required.
Qualified applicants must apply online at
NOTE: Individuals will only be considered for employment if there is an open position, the individual meets the minimum qualifications of the position and applies for the position in the manner requested.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
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