Overview

Flexibility Option:
Job Req Id:
27211

Description:
Be part of a growing, successful company in an exciting and challenging field. Border States is 100% employee-owned, which means you’re empowered to make decisions, find solutions and receive rewards for your hard work.

This position will be located in: Albuquerque , NM

Job Summary
Supports the operation functions of wire cutting in the warehouse. Runs the wire machine and maximizes cuts per reel. Identifies specific wire based on reel labels and maintains batch codes. Identifies top and bottom footages on cuts completed. Updates and maintains the wire cut log and daily wire machine inspection sheets. Fills special orders and/or backorders as material is received. Fills orders for delivery to customers. Follow up with appropriate departments for wire-material damages and shortages.
Responsibilities
Essential Functions

Runs the wire machine in a safe and effective manner.

Identifies specific wire based on reel labels and maintains batch codes.

Identifies top and bottom footages on cuts completed.

Performs basic math to maximize cuts per master reel.

Updates and maintains the wire cut log.

Maintains daily wire machine inspection sheets, as appropriate.

Maintain/utilize partial reels/coils to fill customer orders.

Distributes material to the proper stock locations.

Fills special orders and/or backorders as material is received.

Follows-up with appropriate departments for wire material damages and shortages.

Checks and packs material to be delivered.

Maintains a clean and organized work area for a safe work environment.

Maintains assigned inventory stock locations making sure material put away has the correct locator and the shelves are kept neat and orderly.

Fills orders for delivery to customers.

Assures all batched managed material is labeled accurately and inventoried, as needed.

Operates and maintains all equipment in a safe manner and adheres to all local, state, and federal traffic and safety regulations.

Supports the operations functions of the warehouse.

Informs proper departments of “stock outs”, inventory discrepancies and other inventory problems or concerns.

Non-essential Functions

May assist picking/packing orders for customer as needed.

Assists with loading and unloading of trucks.

Notifies supervisor of any building or equipment maintenance, repair needs and/or any security concerns.

Assists with other duties/projects as assigned by supervisor/manager.

Qualifications

Two-year business/trade degree or equivalent work experience.

Prior warehouse distribution experience including forklift operation and knowledge of electrical products/systems preferred.

If the employee will be driving, the following criteria must be met –

candidate must be at least 21 years of age,

possess a valid driver’s license to operate company vehicle and current medical certification may be required.

PC working knowledge for Windows, Internet, email and SAP software is a plus.

Skills and Abilities

Works in a safe manner and follows Border States safety program guidelines and policies.

Ability to meet very strict deadlines.

Attention to detail and ability to perform consistently.

Ability to work independently or with a small team.

Excellent interpersonal communication (reading, writing and speaking in English)

Ability to effectively plan and organize.

Excellent customer service skills include being competent, accurate, responsive and engaged.

Ability to perform all aspects of the job as accurately and efficiently and safely as possible.

Physical Requirements

Lift and carry requirements (weight and frequency):
Occasionally 0 – 33% Frequently 34 – 66% Continuously: 67 – 100%

Lift from Floor to Waist:
< than 10 lbs. - Frequently 10 to 25 lbs. – Frequently 26 to 50 lbs. – Frequently 51 to 75 lbs. – Occasionally 76 to 100 lbs. – Occasionally 101 + lbs. – Occasionally Above Waist Lift:
< than 10 lbs. - Frequently 10 to 25 lbs. – Frequently 26 to 50 lbs. – Frequently 51 to 75 lbs. – Occasionally 76 to 100 lbs. – Occasionally 101+ lbs. – Not at all Unilateral Carry:
< than 10 lbs. - Frequently 10 to 25 lbs. – Frequently 26 to 50 lbs. – Not at all 51 to 75 lbs. – Not at all 76 to 100 lbs. – Not at all 101+ lbs. – Not at all Bilateral Carry:
< than 10 lbs. - Frequently 10 to 25 lbs. – Frequently 26 to 50 lbs. – Frequently 51 to 75 lbs. – Occasionally 76 to 100 lbs. – Not at all 101+ lbs. – Not at all Physical Activity
Frequency at which you would do the following in a typical day:

Sitting (a continuous period of being seated) – Occasionally

Standing (for sustained periods of time) – Frequently

Walking (moving about on foot to accomplish tasks) – Frequently

Bending/Stooping (downward and forward) – Frequently

Crawling (moving about on hands and knees or hands and feet) – Not at all

Climbing/Walking Stairs (ascending or descending) – Occasionally

Reaching (extending arms in any direction) – Frequently

Crouching/Squatting (bending the body downward and forward by bending leg and spine) – Occasionally

Kneeling (bending legs at knee to come to rest on knee(s)) – Not at all

Balancing (maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling) – Frequently

Repetitive Motion (substantial movement (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers) – Frequently

Trunk Rotation (movement in any direction, whether standing or sitting, with at least one foot stationary and in contact with the floor) – Frequently

Pushing/Pulling (using upper extremities to press against or draw or tug) – Frequently

Handling (applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palm) – Continuously

Fingering (picking, pinching, typing; working primarily with fingers and not whole hand) – Frequently

Talking (expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word) – Occasionally

Driving (the control and operation of a fork lift) – Occasionally

Desk Work (tasks generally performed at a desk, including use of a computer, printer, fax machine, telephone and other office equipment) – Occasionally

Use of tools (safely operate equipment needed for receiving, conveying, stocking, packaging, and shipping parts) – Frequently

Hearing (perceiving the nature of sounds at normal speaking levels) – Continuously

Exposure to adverse weather & temperature conditions – Occasionally

Travel (travel needed to perform job duties) – Not at all

Additional Information
This job description is a summary of the job duties and responsibilities and is not intended to cover all possible job duties and is subject to change at the employer’s discretion. Employees must be able to perform the essential job duties and satisfy job requirements either with or without a reasonable accommodation.