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Description: Under supervision,
performs a variety of manual tasks related to the operations of warehouses. The essential
functions of this job include: receiving, storing and issuing materials; delivering and
installing supplies, furniture etc.; assembling small tools and
equipment; keeping inventory records by computer; operating machinery related
to storage and material moving including forklifts and pallet jack.
Performs related duties as required and may require some
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Tell us about your experience in warehousing.
Focus on the aspects of your experience that apply to this position.
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What are the steps to lift a box safely?
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to wear a belt.
What experience have you had with barcoding materials?
Which aspect of your current warehousing job
do you dislike the most?
Tell us about your experience with handling
hazardous materials, such as paint and cleaners.
When would you use a pallet jack instead of a forklift?
How would you safely stack and move
boxes of various sizes on a pallet?
Assume that you've been hired as a Warehouse Worker and you're
in charge of the toolroom. All tools must be checked out. If one of the work
crew members demands a tool and says that checking tools out isn't required, how will you
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