RR Donnelley Hoist Operator 2 in St Charles, Illinois
Hoist Operator 2
St Charles, IL
Drive forklift truck equipped with lifting devices such as forklift, fork-grapple, clamps, elevating platform, or trailer hitch, to push, pull, lift, stack, tier, or move raw paper materials and in process products and finished products, equipment, or materials in warehouse, storage yard, or factory. May move materials and equipment using an overhead rail crane or operate a rail car mover such as a Track mobile. May load and unload semi trailer trucks. Maintain accurate inventory and report any discrepancies. May load or unload materials onto or off of pallets, skids, or lifting device. Perform safety checks on lifts. May lubricate truck, recharge batteries, fill fuel tank, or replace liquefied-gas tank. Responsible for inventory control, tracking and reporting inventory utilizing a materials management system. May organize and assign storage space utillized in warehousing and moving materials in the departments.
Ability to work in a team environment required.
Basic Math and Computer skills.
Lifting up to 50 lbs. 4-6 hours and up to 70 lbs max.
Walking/Standing 8 hours. Bending/Stooping 2-3 hours.
Ability to walk, climb up and down stairs, bend, lift, push and pull various weights and shapes
Ability to identify key components of work unit documents to ensure total accuracy of work unit and all special handling requirements are met.
Ability to identify correct packaging material to ensure safe transit to final destination.
Ability to organize all components into proper packaging for delivery to final destination
Listen and interpret verbal instructions
Speak English for effective communication
Adapt to diverse communication styles and levels of understanding.
Greater knowledge and skill than Hoist Operator 1 in the handling of controls for driving fork lift and/or clamp trucks. Must be skilled in handling controls for starting, stopping, backings, and driving fork lift trucks through narrow aisles in building, up and down ramps, and in and out of railroad cars, trucks, etc.; and, for lifting, lowering, and tilting forks by moving hands, arms, feet, and legs to operate controls. Must know how high, wide, and long the fork lift truck and its load are, and how much the fork lift truck can lift. Good special ability to identify how high and wide a doorway and an aisle must be to drive the fork lift truck and its load; how high and wide the shelf, bin, etc., must be to place the load; and how high the load must be lifted to reach the shelf or bin. Must be able to recognize whether the fork lift truck is able to lift the load and whether the load is properly balanced. Knowledge of the layout of the storage area to be able to find and place items without need for detailed instructions. Skilled in moving fork lift trucks about in places where there is very little room to stack or remove loads.