The Materials Transporter is responsible for transporting materials and equipment from Materials Management to user departments throughout the entire hospital.
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1. Delivers non-stock receipts from receiving dock staging area for designated route as assigned; combines routes and customer orders from staging areas of warehouse and Central Distribution; assures packing slips are attached to items; delivers orders, obtains proper signatures, and notes exceptions and returns.
2. Utilizes handheld device to enter delivery transactions in delivery log; reports exceptions to Materials Management Coordinator and/or Central Distribution Manager.
3. Assists receivers in unloading trucks; checking in packages by comparing packing slip with product; attach computer generated packing slips to packages; places packages in the correct routes for delivery.
4. Hand load rewrap or stack freight as necessary.
5. Transports restock bulk inventory continuously from receiving dock or warehouse to breakdown area; moves inventory to warehouse stock locations via pallet jack, or cart; separates inventory cases into units of issue and stages in appropriate receptacle or vehicle.
6. Transports dry ice to research lab locations and fill ice chests.
7. Responds to emergency and rush deliveries as assigned and documents transaction.
8. Maintains files and documentation in department.
9. Performs daily housekeeping duties, established by department policy.
Education: High School graduate or equivalent.
Ability to understand general written and verbal instructions
Effective communication skills to interact with customers in a clear and polite manner.
The Materials Transporter position covers the Central Distribution section of Materials Management 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 day per year. Overtime work is required.
Experience: Previous experience desirable.
Minimum Physical Requirements:
Lifting objects weighing up to 150 pounds - 20% - frequently
Carrying objects weighing up to 75 pounds - 20% - frequently
Pushing and pulling loads weighing up to 500 pounds - 10% - occasionally
Walking as much as 5 miles each shift - (every day) - constantly
Standing, sitting, climbing, balancing, kneeling and reaching - 40% - constantly
Finger dexterity in keying orders while receiving/delivering- 10% - frequently
Talking, hearing and seeing - (all the time) ? constantly
The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the individual so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under his/her supervision. EOE M/F/Disability/Vet