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As a Warehouse Selector, you will work in a labor-intensive material handling position requiring you to manually select customer products, palletize them and deliver them safely to the dock.
A warehouse selector may also be called a stock clerk or order filler. The job involves handling merchandise or equipment stored within a warehouse, most commonly products in need of transfer to chain stores or other retailers.
It is a warehouse selectorÕs primary responsibility to make sure products arrive at stores efficiently and safely by selecting merchandise accurately and ensuring it is prepared for shipment properly.
To fulfill their priority responsibility, a warehouse selector must be able to pull products off warehouse shelves according to current orders.
After that, products should be sorted by type and by destination, and then usually, but depending on the type and size of the product, stacked onto pallets.
Warehouses will often have individual procedures for building pallets, and high expectations for working quickly and accurately.
The pallets need to be prepared by shrink-wrapping and labeling them for transport. Warehouse selectors need to be able to drive a pallet jack or forklift in order to take loaded pallets
to the dock area of the warehouse and get them on the truck. On the administrative side,
a warehouse selector is responsible for making sure orders coming in or out are processed, keeping accurate records of what is on order to which store, and to achieving daily order quotas, if necessary.
Besides a pallet jack, there are other forms of equipment a warehouse selector may use during work.
Some warehouses utilize headset technology to help selectors more efficiently track order placements and locate them in the warehouse.
In other warehouses, the selector may use scanning guns to track order manifests and scan products as they are added to pallets, increasing efficiency in processing orders and tracking status.