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Shipping Loader

Company: Canam Steel Corporation
Location: Jacksonville
Posted on: May 28, 2023

Job Description:

Job SummaryLift, move and position loads of long, heavy, steel joists ready for shipping. Have full operational knowledge of all primary pieces of equipment in a shipping yard, in particular the competent use of high capacity, pneumatic, heavy duty fork lifts. Essential FunctionsObserve load hookup and determine safety of load. Manipulate fork lift vehicle controls to regulate speed, direction and movement of materials. Use hoisting attachments such as hooks, slings, or buckets as load requires. Perform daily safety checks and inspect vehicle for defective parts, notifying supervisor of defects.Build and band loads for shipment, tag loads for shipment.Maintain a positive work environment by behaving and communicating in an effective manner with customers, contractors, coworkers and supervisors.Perform all tasks assigned safely.RequirementsHigh School diploma or equivalent preferred.Minimum 18 months experience as Fork Lift Operator in shipping/loading of heavy industrial, or structural fabrication operations, or similar.Ability to read and understand order shipment paperwork.Ability to communicate effectively with team members and supervisor, applying common sense understanding to carry out written, oral or diagram instructions required. Work EnvironmentWork near moving mechanical parts and in outside weather conditions.Regularly exposed to fumes or airborne particles.Occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock.Noise level in the work environment is often loud.PDN-990b1625-7b44-49eb-bfb9-31a39ae8bbc6

Keywords: Canam Steel Corporation, Jacksonville , Shipping Loader, Professions , Jacksonville, Florida

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