Forklift and Material Handler positions are currently available in the Michiana area. Wood Temporary Staffing is looking for qualified candidates to fill these positions and many others. If you are currently seeking employment and need some additional help finding the right fit for you, let Wood Staffing be the place that helps. Feel free to browse our job board to find the right job for you, apply online or contact us for any additional information you may need answered.


Current Openings:

Material Handler working 1st shift 6am-2:30pm. Must have steel toe boots, a good work history and experience with forklift operation, material handling to move coils of steel/material to presses and dumping scrap hoppers. Good work environment and benefit package when hired by company. Wage starting at $11.00/hr depending on experience. For more information please contact Rena Graham at 269-605-4131.

General Labor/Forklift position working Monday-Thursday 5:00am-3:00pm and overtime as needed. Qualified candidates must have forklift experience and minor machine maintenance, be able to keep coater supplied with material that will be converted, be able to operate an overhead hoist and experience with a clamp truck would be a plus. Must be able to read a tape measure, be able to lift 35 lbs regularly and 75 lbs. on occasion, be able to work around solvents and water based adhesives, able to pass a basic aptitude and ruler test. Must have a GED or High School Diploma. Wage starting at $11.00/hr. Please apply at or contact Stacy Bower at 269-605-4133 for more information.

The Material Handler is responsible for unloading coils off of trucks using an overhead crane or forklift and matching the bill of lading against the work order or receiving report. Checking work orders to determine if coil is to be packaged for shipment or processed further in house. Pulling coils off the coil car or turnstile, weighing coil and recording correct weight and coil number, both on the coil and the appropriate paperwork. Receiving paint, solvent and other plant supplies and verifying consignee, condition and count before accepting or unloading. Moving coils using the overhead crane or other vehicles into the proper inventory or staged location in order that production may continue uninterrupted. Packaging coils as required, including but not limited to, banding with edge protectors, banding type, banding placement and number of bands, plastic or paper over-wrapping. Operating a coil up-ender or coil car to fulfill packaging requirements. Loading finished coils onto trucks for shipment after verifying coil number and weight against bill of lading and that all customer packaging/size requirements have been followed. Seeing that plastic wrap and cardboard, if required, is placed around the coil or bands to protect from damage during shipment. Staging shipments in an orderly fashion to facilitate efficient shipment of product. Using overhead crane or forklift to place coils on outgoing trucks for delivery to customers. Forwarding paperwork to Production and Inventory Control. Ensuring proper handling/receiving procedures of any hazardous materials have been maintained in order to protect from liability for improper/illegal shipping or receiving of hazardous materials. Wage will start at $14.00 during training and then go to $14.50 after training. For more information please contact Kelly Rudi at 574-968-1413.


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