Forklift Operator

The Forklift Operator:

  • Unloads Deliveries
  • Stages Product to Be Received
  • Receives Product
  • Records Product Dates
  • Enters Product into our Route Accounting Software
  • Places Received Product in designated Back Stock Location
  • Ensures Product is rotated using the FIFO (First In, First Out) Method
  • Ensure Damaged Product is Not in the Pick area
  • Properly stage damaged/Out of code product for the warehouse manager to Write off
  • Assist walk-in customers by properly entering their order into our route accounting software, picking the order, and loading the order into the customers vehicle
  • Cleaning of the warehouse
  • Hand stacking Product into pick locations
  • Filling of the Gravity fed rack
  • Reworking damaged/chip product
  • Filling of pick locations from the backstock
  • Going through Damaged Product already written off to identify sellable and re-workable inventory
  • Properly re-working previously written off product into sellable inventory according the MillerCoors Quality Standards
  • Staging of sellable inventory for the warehouse manager to re-pack into inventory
  • Maintaining a clean, orderly, and safe re-pack area
  • Sweeping the warehouse floors
  • Cleaning the warehouse floors using the electric floor scrubbing machine
  • Emptying trash cans
  • Keeping the outside dumpster area free of trash
  • Hand mopping areas unreachable by the electric floor scrubbing machine when applicable
  • Receiving postal deliveries (Fed-Ex, UPS, USPS, etc..) and ensure packages are distributed properly
  • Informing the POS manager of POS deliveries and assist with checking the delivery


  • High school diploma or GED
  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Prefer individuals with previous warehouse work experience.
  • Must have the ability to operate warehouse equipment, including forklifts & pallet jacks a safe, responsible and professional manner.
  • The employee must be able to lift products from 25lbs to 50 lbs. on a regular basis and up to 170 lbs. when handling keg products.
  • Able to push or pull wheeled carts that weigh up to 800lbs when loaded