Calendar of Upcoming Events

06/20/2018

UNFI -United Natural Foods OPEN HOUSE

06/20/2018
9AM - 12PM

Location:
Monmouth County Workforce Development 17 Christopher Way
Eatontown ,  NJ   07724
County: Monmouth

ORDER SELECTOR Responsible for having a strong understanding of the equipment he/she uses, pick locations, pallet building, productivity measures and safety procedures. EEO / VETERANS / DISABLED ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES: ┐ Inspects assigned jack for safety issues ┐ Enters the proper information into the productivity measure ┐ Identifies the correct pick location and pick sequence in accordance to the order ┐ Picks the correct item and quantity, checking UPC┐s or item descriptions ┐ Places pick labels on the side of the cases ┐ Correctly identifies Master Case locations ┐ Identifies and immediately reports miss-located products ┐ Shrink wraps and labels with correct truck, stop and other required information ┐ Stages pallets in appropriate bay ┐ Listens for first and last call and obtains all out of stocks in a timely manner ┐ Keeps area clean and debris out of work area ┐ Immediately informs a foreman, supervisor or manager of any potential safety threats ┐ Obtains aisle-cleaning assignment ┐ Operates pallet jack/push cart in a safe and efficient manner ┐ Reports to supervisor or lead any violation of company policy ┐ Builds a stable and well cubed pallet ┐ Parks and recharges pallet jack in its appropriate spot at the end of your shift ┐ Perform duties in accordance with Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Safe Quality Food (SQF) policies and procedures, as appropriate for location ┐ Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION: ┐ High School Diploma/GED REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: ┐ Understanding of Safety guidelines ┐ Strong knowledge of applicable Bakco functions and RF systems. EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: ┐ Warehouse/Operations preferred but not required ┐ Understanding of WMS preferred but not required ┐ System implementation experience is preferred SKILLS/ABILITIES: ┐ Ability to select at established minimum rate for department ┐ Astute, close attention to detail ┐ Understand and properly follow all selecting procedures and verbal instructions in your respective area: grocery, repack, cooler/freezer. ┐ Possess an understanding of procedures in other areas of the warehouse for a more global understanding of all processes SANITATION Primary responsibility is cleaning of the distribution center (75% of duties). Perform routine cleaning including vacuuming; sweeping, and mopping floors; dusting, washing walls, doors, and windows, and emptying trash. Perform minor preventative maintenance and minor repairs. Assist service personnel as needed. Reports major repair and maintenance needs. Assist with snow removal. EEO / VETERANS / DISABLED ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES: ┐ Ensures that you have all of the needed janitorial equipment. ┐ Operates floor scrubber ┐ Sweeps and vacuums dock plates ┐ Sweeps and mop sanitation barriers ┐ Empties trash bins from all locations in the cooler, grocery and loading dock, offices and break areas. ┐ Empties cardboard and plastic recycling and compacts ┐ Keeps all areas free of debris such as wood fragments, pallet wrap, labels, and paper. ┐ Removes empty pallets and clean and mop slots ┐ Discards leaking product and records on the reconditioning log. ┐ Reports any violation of company policy to supervisor or lead. ┐ Perform duties in accordance with Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Safe Quality Food (SQF) policies and procedures, as appropriate for location QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION: ┐ High School Diploma/GED REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: ┐ Understanding of Safety guidelines ┐ Ability to operate cleaning equipment such as floor scrubbers EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: ┐ Warehouse/Operations preferred but not required ┐ System implementation experience is preferred SKILLS/ABILITIES: Understand procedures in other areas of the warehouse for a more global understanding of all processes

Contact Information:
Event Contact:  John Poll
E-mail:  john.poll@dol.nj.gov
Phone:  (732) 683-8850
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