Pallet Tipping


United States of America
Operations- Eclipse Advantage



Under the direction of shift supervisor and/or other designated lead personnel the Industrial Athlete person (forklift operator) assists customers in selecting the inventory needed, loads delivery trucks and follows established policies and procedures.


  • Operate fork truck inside plant, placing racks, emptying debris containers, and assisting others in overall plant operations
  • Using stand up crown 5500RC forklift to load bad/broken pallets into a machine. Tipping the product to remove bad wood and transfer product onto good wood
  • Assist customers in selecting inventory
  • Load inventory items on company and customers vehicles for shipment out of the yard. Use fork truck or hand-loading device as required
  • Perform last quality control inspection on inventory leaving the yard
  • Maintain high level of customer service
  • Conduct physical inventory
  • Move rail cars into loading and unloading positions
  • Load and unload rail cars as required
  •  Maintain work area in clean and hazard free condition
  • Communicate fluctuations in inventory to management
  • Learn product codes
  • Perform frequent arithmetic operations to calculate customer changes, quantity of units per tier or per pallet, and other calculations as required
  • Must be able to perform all duties and responsibilities of utility person

Minimum Requirements

  • Demonstrated ability to operate fork trucks
  • You will be required to work in refrigerated environment.
  • Operate machine control panels with electronic switches
  • Use, read and understand rulers and tape measures
  • Read, write and speak English as required by safety standards and job expectations
  • Basic math skills, i.e. addition, subtraction, multiplying, dividing, averaging, etc.
  • Interpersonal and teamwork skills
  • Must be able to perform duties requiring bending, stooping, squatting and crawling.
  • Must be able to lift concrete products and other objects weighing up to 95 pounds each from floor level to heights up to 4 feet.
  • Must be able to climb ladders to heights of 7 feet or more.
  • Mount and dismount fork trucks frequently throughout the shift in the OSHA approved manner


Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity Employer

Must be eligible to work in US
Steel-toed shoes are required
Pay Potential Unlimited
Must have reliable transportation

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