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Shipping & Receiving Clerk

Cincinnati, OH, US
Pay Rate Low: 18 | Pay Rate High: 18
  • Added - 10/07/2024
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Our client is an industry/global leader in developing consumer products in various areas of their business. Some of the industries that they support are Hygiene, Health and Beauty, Life Care as well as cosmetics. This is an amazing opportunity to work with one of the biggest companies in the chemical and cosmetic field.

Schedule: Monday-Friday (8a-5p)
Pay: $18/hr
Type: Contract to hire

The Shipping and Receiving Agent is responsible for performing the tasks involved in the shipping, receiving, storing and distributing of materials, parts, supplies and equipment while ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction. 

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 2+ years of experience in picking, packing, shipping and receiving
  • Experience with ERP systems and UPS/FedEx online software

  • Select and ship customer orders accurately and in the timeframes required to meet sales order schedules and customer carrier requirements.
  • Prepare required shipping documents including such things as bills of lading, packing lists, customs clearance paperwork, etc.
  • Utilize packing techniques to pack customer product to meet company and customer requirements
  • Process and affix all shipping labels and required information / labels on packages
  • Assist in determining the best shipping method for the customer and provide cost information to customer service
  • Provide weight and dimensions to customers per their requests
  • Enter and retrieve information in the Process Pro ERP System, Fed Ex and UPS shipping systems
  • Must obtain DOT CFR 49 Hazardous Materials certification
  • Maintain and keep an adequate supply of shipping materials and supplies
  • Maintain shipping files and flammable good records in an accurate, organized, and orderly manner
  • Unpack, examine and route incoming shipments, reject damaged items, and record shortages