Data Entry 1 - 2nd Shift in Greenwood, Mississippi

Date Posted: 12/19/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Title:

Date Entry Clerk I

Job Code:

 

Department:

Repair

 

     

The Data Entry clerk I is responsible for receiving, entering, and shipping customer orders. The primary duties and responsibilities will be to perform work in accordance to the essential job activities.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Receive, enter and process customer orders
  • Process scrap orders
  • Disposition and distribution of denied warranties and customer approved orders
  • Daily log updates
  • Production reporting
  • Assist with training as needed
  • Identify, assist, and troubleshoot with technicians, management and customers with order investigations as needed
  • FDX Shipping
  • Sort and distribute incoming product
  • Ship confirmation of orders
  • Assist with denied warranties as needed
  • Practice 5S and safety
  • Take appropriate corrective action for continuous quality improvement and customer satisfaction
  • Able to react to change effectively and handle other tasks as assigned, including working other shifts as needed

 

Physical Demands

  • Repetitive motion
  • Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds

 

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • High School or GED diploma required
  • Experience in shipping and receiving required (prefer experience in manufacturing)
  • Basic math skill and computer skills required
  • Excellent 10 key and typing skills

 

 

 

Physical and Weight Lifting Demands

The physical and weight lifting demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Frequency

Letter Code

Defined as

Never

N

 

Infrequent

I

Up to 1 hour per day

Occasionally

O

1 to 2 hours per day

Frequently

F

2 to 5 hours per day

Continuously

C

6+ hours per day

 

 

Physical Task

Frequency

Reason for Physical Actions

Stand

C

Standing work

Sit

O

Load, drive and unload forklift

Walk

C

Manually handle items

Bend/Twist

C

As required to pick up manually handle items; turn from side to side to view load

Push / Pull

F

As required to pick up boxes of parts or finished goods

Climb (stairs, ladders)

I

Climbing on and off the forklift; to access top level of facility

Reach

F

As required to assemble, inspect, or pack product

Lift

F

To place frames on fixtures or move product

Carry

I

 

Grasp/Grip

C

Boxes; forklift controls

Repetitive Motions

C

Load and unload boxes of products and parts

Kneel/Crawl

I

 

Run

N

 

Jump

N

 

Rapid work speed

F

To keep production lines moving

Filing

N

 

Finger movement

F

Load and unload boxes of finished products and parts

Keyboard use

O

As required to key cycle counts

Close vision

C

 

Color vision

F

To determine accurate counts of finished products

Depth perception

C

 

Far vision

F

 

Hear

C

 

Talk

C

As required to communicate w/in cell

Smell

N

 

Touch

N

 

 

 

Amount of Weight

Frequency

Reason for Action

Up to 40 pounds

C

To move product

Personal Protective Equipment

 

Equipment

Frequency

Reason

Safety glasses

C

To protect eyes

Leather shoes

C

To protect feet

Gloves

F

To protect hands

Ear Plugs

N

To protect hearing

 

 

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