We are currently looking to fill a Material Handler position with a Tulsa Company: the ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of industrial material handling experience. We are looking for dependable, extremely motivated individuals who are ready to learn and grow into leaders in their field with a globally-recognized local company.
Are you ready for the unlimited opportunity of working for a company that values initiative, excellence, and problem-solving? Our client has hundreds of locations in 60 different countries, and is a key provider of equipment and technologies for the oil & gas, utilities, and water management industries. There are many opportunities here for cross-training and growth for individuals dedicated to continuous self-improvement!
Shift: 1st, Monday – Friday
Starting Pay: $12.00 – $18.00 per hour, depending on experience
Material Handler Essential Job Responsibilities:
- Experienced with remotely-operated cranes;
- Knowledgeable of proper safety techniques for rigging and hoists;
- Forklift experience a must;
- Accurate math and tape measurement skills;
- Able to read and understand blue prints, schematics, safety data sheets etc.;
- Adept with basic hand tools and mechanical maintenance principles.
Material Handler Requirements/Qualifications:
- Able to lift up to 50 pounds and stand, stoop, or reach throughout shift;
- Self-starter with initiative, willing to learn new tasks and always looking to help team members;
- Proactive and collaborative, with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Climate Controlled Facility? No
Safety Equipment Required: Steel-Toed Boots
Required Education Level: High School – GED
If the Material Handler position is not what you’re looking for, check out other available positions:
If you want to become more knowledgeable in your field of work, The Material Handling Education Foundation has free modules online dedicated to raising awareness about techniques and safety. http://www.mhi.org/learning
Everybody cares about safety, especially Barracuda Staffing! One surefire way to get your resume noticed and even to nail an interview is to point out the safety techniques you employ on a day-to-day basis. Here is a great reference on forklift safety from OSHA that can give you the talking points you could bring up: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/pit/operations/maneuvering.html#safe_travel
The Material Handling Institute has a great safety brochure available for operating Overhead Cranes as well:
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