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Kelly Services - Forklift Operators Wanted - Woodridge, IL $18.50/HR

Kelly Services
Woodridge, IL 60517
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Ready to get back to work, safely? Nows the time to join the Kelly Professional & Industrial team as a Pick and Pack Worker at our client, BRIDGESTONE, in Woodridge, IL. And a clean, safe work environment is just the beginning.


Pay rate: $18.50/hr


Hours are Monday - Friday 6:30am - 3pm plus required overtime.


I. Description:

This procedure describes the work instructions for the production forklift.


II. Procedure


A. At Start-Up


At Startup of run - complete fork truck check lists - complete safety checklists before operating the truck. If any inspections fail or in question, make sure the production supervisor is aware immediately.

Make sure you are aware what products are ready to be produced and where it will be transferred to the warehouse. The production schedule will have that information.

1. Make sure the slat placement area is clean, orderly and prepared for

that specific run.

2. Check material handling equipment and make sure it is ready for before each run.

3. Make sure the bagging/stacking areas have enough slipsheets and

bags for each run.

4. Make sure there is sufficient amount of slats for each run.

5. Check the WIP area (work in process), and place any WIP that is the same of that run, behind the stacking area for bleed in.

6. Check dumpsters, empty pallets, and brickroom for proper disposal.


B. While Running


During the run - check general quality of the material.

1. Tags on properly

2. Wrap and bags on correctly

3. Bundles are stacked correctly

4. Foam quality observed


If bundle quality is not satifactory, place the bundle aside (behind the bagger/stacker station for rework). DO NOT WAREHOUSE THESE BUNDELS.

Take straight- stacked, properly labeled and wrapped bundles into finished goods warehouse. When warehousing check quality of the warehoused material.

1. Bundles are stacked straight

2. All bundles have the proper amount of slats.

3. Bundles are NOT touching each other ( touching uncured bundles will result in bags to melt)

4. Bundles are not leaning ( report to the supervisor and A operator immediately when experiencing leaning bundles)

5. Warehouse area is left clean and orderly at all times.


C. Product Changeovers


During product changeovers trucker tag logs should be completed for the previous run and brought to the production office. Any extra WIP should be taken to the WIP area. Extra taper boards to be taken to the pick room. All economy and slat bundles should be taken to their proper areas.

Everything should be rechecked for the startup on the next run. (Startup of run)


D. Machine Downtime


During machine downtime, extra time will be available to complete trash and brick Dumpster removal, small dumpsters located at the pour table and the slat cutter, and QC Dumpster. All work instructions discussed during startups and product changeovers should be completed. When there is longer machine downtime, the following should be completed:

1. Rework bundles - rework bundles will be set back on line and will be rebagged and tagged. Rework bundles are warehoused bundles and can be sent back into the warehouse with NO PAPERWORK. If any of the boards in the bundle were replaced by WIP because of damage, a transfer will be made from WIP to warehouse and a transfer will be made from warehouse to scrap.

2. Staging area/ WIP area - any full bundles that were placed in staging or WIP can be warehoused.

3. Check with supervisor for other duties.

E. End of shift - During multiple shifts, it is important to communicate to the next shift current bundle count (if run overlaps shift) and warehouse locations. All paperwork should be completed and taken to the production office.


1. All trucker tag logs

2. Material transfer sheets

3. Product scrap reports

4. Daily packaging requisitions sheets


F. Miscellaneous


Paperwork is needed to be filled out daily. The paperwork and explanation on how to fill them out can be found in ISO 9000 folder. ALL FORKLIFT DRIVERS NEED TO UNDERSTAND HOW TO FILL OUT PAPERWORK CORRECTLY.


**Why Kelly** **** **?**


Youre looking to keep your career moving onward and upward, and were here to help you do just that. Our financial staffing experts will connect you with premier companies for opportunities where you can learn, grow, and thrive. Jobs that fit your skills and experience, and most importantly, fit right on your path of where you want to go in in your career. It all adds up.


**About Kelly** ****


At Kelly, were always thinking about whats next and advising job seekers on new ways of working to reach their full potential. In fact, were a leading advocate for temporary/nontraditional workstyles, because we believe they allow flexibility and tremendous growth opportunities that enable a better way to work and live (plus, did we mention we provide a ton of benefits ?). Connecting great people with great companies is what we do best, and our employment opportunities span a wide variety of workstyles, skill levels, and industries around the world.


Kelly is an equal opportunity employer committed to employing a diverse workforce and providing accommodations for people with disabilities in all parts of the hiring process as required under its Employment Accommodation Policy. Kelly will work with applicants to meet accommodation needs that are made known to Kelly in advance.

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Posted: 2021-05-17 Expires: 2021-06-17

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