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package handler

  • Lifting packages up to 150 lbs. from head sorter and assembly line.
  • Sort totes from large packages, small packages and envelopes while making sure assembly line is clear.
  • Following packing label to ensure parcels are on the correct trucks
  • Always following safety guide lines for lifting.
  • Monthly quizzes about safety, lifting, loading and breaking jams.
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package handler

  • Unload trailers of boxes lifting up to 50lbs.
  • Scan packages and place labels on each package that leaves the trailer.
  • Sort each package to the correct conveyor to take it to the correct loading dock.
  • Safety Comittee for 6months.
  • Driver helper during the holiday season for 2 years. 
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package handler

  • Maintain the integrity of shipments to preserve the condition of products during loading and unloading.
  • Insured packages are moved with quality and customer satisfaction in mind.
  • Help sort packages to specific truck loads. 
  • Scan each package to confirm package arrival and condition.
  • Following package label to ensure parcels are on correct truck.
  • Following safety guidelines for lifting.
  • Confer with my supervisor to coordinate operations and activities within my scheduled shift.
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package handler

  • Sort totes from large packages, small packages and envelopes while making sure assembly
  • Safely moving packages from chute to container
  • Measure, weigh, and count products and materials.
  • Mark and label containers, container tags, or products, using marking tools.
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package handler

  • Demonstrate ability to work in a fast paced environment 
  • Display attention to detail in sorting and unloading packages per UPS standard procedures
  • Exhibit strong organizational skills through quick learning, flexibility, and efficiently in all areas. 
  • Seal containers or materials, using glues, fasteners, nails, and hand tools.