Donnelley Financial Solutions (DFIN) is a leader in risk and compliance solutions, providing insightful technology, industry expertise and data insights to clients across the globe. We’re here to help you make smarter decisions with insightful technology, industry expertise and data insights at every stage of your business and investment lifecycles. As markets fluctuate, regulations evolve and technology advances, we’re there. And through it all, we deliver confidence with the right solutions in moments that matter.Short Description Drive forklift truck equipped with lifting devices such as forklift, fork-grapple, clamps, elevating platform, or trailer hitch, to push, pull, lift, stack, tier, or move raw paper materials and in process products and finished products, equipment, or materials in warehouse, storage yard, or factory. May move materials and equipment using an overhead rail crane or operate a rail car mover such as a Trackmobile. May load and unload semi trailer trucks. Maintain accurate inventory and report any discrepancies. May load or unload materials onto or off of pallets, skids, or lifting device. Perform safety checks on lifts. May lubricate truck, recharge batteries, fill fuel tank, or replace liquefied-gas tank. Responsible for inventory control, tracking and reporting inventory utilizing a materials management system. May organize and assign storage space utilized in warehousing and moving materials in the departments. Physical Demands Strength Medium Work Job requires ability to exert 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Occasionally (1/3 of time) Frequently (1/3 to 2/3 of time) Constantly (Over 2/3 of time) Lifting, Carrying, Pushing, and/or Pulling, Reaching Occasionally Lift/Carry 20 to < 50 pounds Frequently Lift/Carry 10 to < 20 pounds Reaching Occasionally Reaching Upwards Frequently Activities Sitting Frequently Standing Occasionally Walking Occasionally Stooping Not Present Kneeling Not Present Crouching Not Present Crawling Not Present Climbing Not Present Balancing Occasionally Talking Occasionally Handling Occasionally Feeling Not Present Fingering Occasionally Keyboard Use Occasionally Hearing Not Present Near Acuity Frequently Far Acuity Frequently Depth Perception Frequently Accommodation Occasionally Color Vision Occasionally Field of Vision Frequently Working Conditions Exposure to Weather Occasionally Extreme Cold Not Present Extreme Heat Not Present Wet and/or Humid Occasionally Noise Intensity Level Loud Vibration Occasionally Atmospheric Conditions Occasionally Proximity to Moving Parts Not Present Exposure to Electrical Shock Not Present Working in High Places Not Present Exposure to Toxic Chemicals Not Present Other Environmental Conditions Occasionally RESPONSIBILITIES See job responsibilities detailed in the job description. Competencies Safety Work Practices Technical/Functional Skills Communication Inclusion Attendance QUALIFICATIONS Greater knowl and skill than Hoist Operator 1 in the handling of controls for driving fork lift and/or clamp trucks. Must be skilled in handling controls for starting, stopping, backings, and driving fork lift trucks through narrow aisles in building, up and down ramps, and in and out of railroad cars, trucks, etc.; and, for lifting, lowering, and tilting forks by moving hands, arms, feet, and legs to operate controls. Must know how high, wide, and long the fork lift truck and its load are, and how much the fork lift truck can lift. Good special ability to identify how high and wide a doorway and an aisle must be to drive the forklift truck and its load; how high and wide the shelf, bin, etc., must be to place the load; and how high the load must be lifted to reach the shelf or bin. Must be able to recognize whether the fork lift truck is able to lift the load and whether the load is properly balanced. knowl of the layout of the storage area to be able to find and place items without need for detailed instr.. Skilled in moving fork lift trucks about in places where there is very little room to stack or remove loads. General Education and Work Requirements Education Level Equivalent to 8th grade plus additional classes Reasoning Apply commonsense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instr.. Deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in or from standardized situations. Mathematics Able to uses arithmetic to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percentages. Language Reading: Able to follow work instr. and recognize most words used in daily work processes. Able to read instr. for assembling equip.. Able to communicate through writing compound and complex sentences, using proper punctuation and employing adjectives and adverbs. Specific Vocational Prep Over 3 months up to 6 months prsnl Protective equip. over 2/3 of the time The duties and responsibilities described above are the essential functions of the job. The qualifications below are representative of the knowl, skills, and/or abilities req d. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Mental Demands Aptitude General Learning Ability Low Verbal Aptitude Markedly Low Numerical Aptitude Low Spatial Aptitude Markedly Low Form Perception 0 Clerical Perception Low Motor Coordination High Manual Dexterity Med Finger Dexterity Low Eye-Hand-Foot Coord Med Color Discrimination Low Temperament Repetitive Work req d Work Under Specific Instruction req d Understanding and Memory Memory occsly Short Term Memory occsly Detailed Instruction Memory freq. Sustained Concentration & Persistence Short Instruction Carrying Out occsly Detailed Instruction Carrying Out occsly Concentration and Attention occsly Work Schedule occsly Work Routine occsly Work Distractions occsly Work Decisions occsly Work Completion occsly Social Interaction Public Interaction freq. Assignment Assistance freq. Work Review occsly Peer Interaction occsly Work Behavior occsly Adaptation Adaptation to Change occsly Hazard Awareness occsly Travel Not Present Independent Planning occsly It is the policy of Donnelley Financial Solutions to select, place and manage all its employees without discrimination based on race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion, actual or perceived disability, veteran s status, actual or perceived sexual orientation, genetic information or any other protected status. 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Posted on : November 8
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