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Order Picker responsibilities include:
- Receiving and checking incoming pick tickets
- Locating products using technology
- Retrieving orders according to quantity, size etc. ensuring accuracy
We are looking for an energetic Order Picker to ensure the accurate and timely delivery of products. You will operate warehouse equipment to build and send appropriate orders.
An order picker must be always on time and able to work long hours on their feet. They are strong and deft with an ability to “pick up” on small details. We also expect you to be “picky” when it comes to ensuring the quality of orders.
- Receive and check incoming pick tickets
- Locate products using technology
- Retrieve orders according to quantity, size etc. ensuring accuracy
- Build pallets with orders and position them to loading docks
- Wrap orders before loading on trucks
- Re-stock inventory manually or with warehouse equipment
- Keep records of completed orders
- Maintain equipment and report on malfunctions
- Adhere to health & safety policies and quality standards
Requirements and skills
- Proven experience as order picker or other warehouse position
- Experience or license in handling forklifts, pallets jacks and other warehouse equipment
- Experience in voice picking systems or RF devices
- Able to read and write in English
- Great attention to detail
- Diligent and punctual
- Good physical strength and stamina
- High school diploma or equivalent is preferred
Frequently asked questions
What does an Order Picker do?
An Order Picker quickly and efficiently gets items from warehouse shelves to the desired location. They locate products using technology and adequately package the products for shipment. An Order Picker also confirms that stock inventory is accurate throughout their shift.
What are the duties and responsibilities of an Order Picker?
An Order Picker is responsible for finding items on storage shelves or in rooms using barcodes or serial numbers. They must securely shrink wrap them before placing them into envelopes or boxes for safe delivery. Order Pickers may also operate equipment like forklifts to load trucks for daily deliveries.
What makes a good Order Picker?
A successful Order Picker is a highly organized person who understands the importance of the picking process. They pay close attention to detail and can improve travel times and warehouse logistics.
Who does an Order Picker work with?
An Order Picker works with their teammates to ensure they correctly pick and account for all purchases. They work closely with the Stock Controller to adequately stock shelves and storage areas.