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PEPSICO Forklift Operator (MEM) - 5000571200906 in Waterloo, Iowa

$21.15 per hourThe Forklift Technician is a skilled position responsible for the movement of equipment throughout various stages of diagnosis, troubleshooting, repairing and testing, loading and unloading. The position requires a high level of understanding of warehouse procedures and skill to operate and maneuver a forklift in a safe manner. iDuties include but not limited to:iPrimary Accountabilities:* Meet and maintain all Federal/State permits and certifications* Operate a forklift in a safe and orderly manner in accordance with PepsiCo Standards* Understand and comply with all dock safety and regulations* Receive and store incoming items according to warehouse standards "First In -- First Out"* Maintain a safe and orderly storage arrangement for all items handled* Maintain cleanliness in assigned area (e.g. yard and warehouse)* Maintain records of daily check list (pre-trip inspections) in accordance with PepsiCo Fleet standards* Meet performance / productivity standardsBasic Qualifications:* 18 years or older* High School Diploma or GED* Pass the drug test and background check* Must be able to pass forklift driving skills test* Pass Technical assessment if applicable* Ability to effectively communicate with their manager* Regular attendance and the ability to work overtimeHelpful Experience:* Working in a high-speed manufacturing environment (e.g., team-oriented, deadline driven, high performance demands, fast-paced, etc.)* Driving a forklift (e.g., performing basic operations such as driving forwards, driving backwards, lifting and lowering boom, maneuvering in tight areas without damaging product, etc.)* Working with racking systems and loading/unloading pallets (e.g., pulling and placing pallets on/off vertical product racking systems and trucks, maximizing storage by stacking products vertically, etc.* Working with standards of operation (e.g., OSHA requirements on minimum/maximum speeds, signaling, putting products in appropriate areas, etc.)