Material Handler - 2nd Shift

Schaeffler, a global automotive and industrial supplier, is seeking a Material Handler (3rd Shift) for our LuK USA facility in Wooster, OH to report to the Production Supervisor. This position is responsible for producing components that exceed customer requirements and expectations.
Key duties include but not limited to:
Responsible for supporting efficient material flow and inventory accuracy of components in the assembly area
Frequently sample weight components and enter the weight into the material master data in SAP
Needs to have the ability to look up materials for location and quantity in SAP
Needs to be able to book material from one storage area to a Production Supply Area (PSA) and vice versa
Needs to physically verify the accuracy of the inventory at the segment, as well as within the SAP System
Critical to follow up on inventory inaccuracies and to help implement improvements in systems and procedures to improve these in the SAP system
Help to facilitate the improvement of the material store areas and to maintain high levels of housekeeping per LuK standard
Support the other segments drivers by staging material from the block store areas and by staging packaging material for the segments
Be trained to fill in for the other material handlers in segments as required and communication skills are essential to successful performance in this position
Will safely operate material handling equipment and adhere to company policies, safety standards, and good housekeeping practices
Qualified candidates will have:
Digital scales
Equipment operations
Computer literate
Tow motor license or certification
Mechanically inclined
Inventory and management functions
PPS shop floor control
Kanban systems
Communication ability
Extremely self-motivated & driven to achieve results
Continuous improvement approach
Assertive approach to solving problems
Ability to prioritize and make decisions
High School diploma or equivalent
Schaeffler is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer

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