Warehouse & Labor

Warehouse & Labor

Assembly Line Worker

Assembly Line Workers often work with manufacturing units and are responsible for fabricating parts or assembling parts into finished products. Usual duties include trimming parts, welding or screwing parts together, using a variety of tools, operating machines, and maintaining the working area clean and organized.

Forklift Operator

Forklift operators are responsible for operating and managing industrial trucks to load and unload materials and deliveries and move them to and from storage areas, machines and loading docks, into railroad cars or trucks or storage facilities.

Handyman

A Handyman performs a range of maintenance duties for homeowners and businesses, either as a contract worker or member of the maintenance department. Their duties include fixing plumbing systems, providing repair guidance, cleaning and remodeling community spaces, and performing repair assessments.

Housekeeping

Housekeepers handle light cleaning needed for the upkeep of homes as well as commercial buildings, such as offices, hotels, and hospitals. Typically they'll replace bedding, clean rooms, halls and bathrooms, vacuum, sweep, mop, replace toiletries and make beds.

Janitorial

Keep buildings in clean and orderly condition. Perform heavy cleaning duties, such as cleaning floors, shampooing rugs, washing walls and glass, and removing rubbish. Duties may include tending furnace and boiler, performing routine maintenance activities, notifying management of need for repairs, and cleaning snow or debris from sidewalk.

Labor General

General Laborers typically perform manual duties set out by supervisors. General Laborers’ can typically be found in a warehouse, construction site and responsibilities include typically include working with power tools, maintaining a clean work environment and receiving goods.

Machinist 

Set up and operate a variety of machine tools to produce precision parts and instruments. Includes precision instrument makers who fabricate, modify, or repair mechanical instruments. May also fabricate and modify parts to make or repair machine tools or maintain industrial machines, applying knowledge of mechanics, mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.

Picker & Packer

Pick Packers assist with filling orders in a warehouse setting. They help manage the warehouse and inventory and package goods as part of the supply chain staff. The Pick Packer is part of the warehouse staff and works in conjunction with other supply chain management professionals. They commonly work in the retail sector assisting with the distribution of retail goods.

Setup & Takedown

Help set up the site, working under the exact directions of the event manager. You’ll unload trucks, put equipment in staging areas where it will be erected or assembled. Typical setup activities include erecting tents, putting up the pipe and drape configuration that creates trade show booths, setting up tables and chairs, helping with audio-visual equipment, hanging signs, placing decorations, setting out materials such as program books and putting together buffet tables. Event setup people often inventory and examine rental items after the event to make sure everything is returned intact, or that damaged items are documented.

Shipping & Receiving

These workers are responsible for keeping records products shipped and received in a company. They pack the goods in shipping containers, develop mailing labels and shipping documents and ensure that all orders have been filled correctly. These workers also verify incoming shipments by scanning barcodes to store that information into computers.

Warehouse Associate

Warehouse Associates are responsible for performing an array of duties such as receiving and processing incoming stock and materials, picking and filling orders from stock, packing and shipping orders, or managing, organizing and retrieving stock and other.