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The biggest mistake I made as a #ForkliftOperator at #JCI ...

Maybe putting orders in the wrong spot bc sometimes they were stacked backwards on the truck and I was thinking they were the same product

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Machine & Forklift Operators in Oregon Needed

Interested in being part of moving heavy machinery? Do you reside in Oregon? Currently, Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods is hiring people for machine and forklift operators in Oregon!

Check out the available openings here.

#oregon #coronavirus

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My advice to people interested in working at #Homegoodsdistributioncenter as a #ForkliftOperator ...

Que es un buen lugar para poder trabajar,siempre dan oportunidades a todos los que tienen interés en trabajar

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Supreme is Hiring Forklift Drivers!

Supreme is hiring full-time Forklift Drivers in Memphis, TN.

We need employees ready to work

Job Duties:

  • Move and stack materials
  • Keep production lines supplied with empty containers and packaging materials as needed
  • General housekeeping duties in the warehouse or production area and duties as assigned
  • Follow current good warehousing practice
  • Perform proper forklift inspections and follow forklift operating guidelines and procedures

Job Requirements:

  • You must have at least 1 year of forklift experience.
  • You must provide a license from previous experience.
  • High energy, ready to work
  • PPE will be required for Covid
  • Experienced on operating Stand up and Sit Down Forklift

Pay Rate - $12.00 - $16.00 p/h!

Application Process:

Interested applicants are welcome to apply in person at 6685 Quince Road Ste # 103, Memphis, TN 38119, (Ask for Esher)

OR

Apply online at Supreme Staffing - Forklift Operator for immediate employment consideration.

#hiringnews #warehouse #forkliftoperator #fulltime #Tennessee

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Losing faith

I was fired on sept 11th 2019. a accident that was out of my hands But my breaks went out on forklift, myself and fellow driver reacted professional in the situation. No injury or damage. I was put on 12month probation. 10 1/2 months later 2months shy of 4yrs on the job I bumped a pole no damage to pole or lift. I was fired on sept 11th. Being a ex- army Reserve why my good clean record didn't overlook the issue. I was doing my job retrieving a basket that was in a awkward place but I was the only one skilled to pull it out. I over steered a 1/4 turn and bumped a pole. Passed all drug tests I thought being reliable,on time, hard working and professional at my job small incident like that could've been looked over. To make matters worse its been 5 stressful months and haven't found a job with my resume and experience its making me lose faith. 42 engaged 4 kids wedding on hold. Poor future wife handling everything on her own. And I'm still online or riding still looking for anything. I dont know what's wrong or what to do especially with a resume of experience certified forklift operator. Really messing with my manhood and as a father not able to provide. What is the problem........

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Willie, don't lose faith. A blessing bigger than anyone you ever had is going to arrive. What we don't see is sometimes frustrating, we get down & anxious. But the unknown will prevail. Faith sometimes is all we have. Look around you. You have so much in the midst to smile about. Your wife your children. God will not fail you. He's behind the scenes making all things new. Trust the timing.

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Christine Compton
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I don't know if you want any suggestions, but try to apply for AwG

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My advice to people interested in working at #Leggettandplatt as a #ForkliftOperator ...

Some jobs are fast paced and for new employees you better have good shoes on because you're going to be very active moving between machines.

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My advice to people interested in working at #JCI as a #ForkliftOperator ...

You have to be fast on the line if that is what you choose to do and the money is okay except they pay minimal wage....its all on you and who you are working with. I started out on the line but ended up on the forklift and I felt like I done the best I could do and helped the lines out if I seen they were backed up. I didn't have to do that but I did we a team.

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