Job Title: Pallet Inspector Job Code: 107
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Reports To: Supervisor
Reviewed By: Director of Operations Date: April 2020
The Pallet Inspector is responsible for inspecting repaired pallets to insure they are in compliance with customer standards.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Perform offline audits of repaired C-stock pallets after the paint line per shift.
- Inspect each pallet for defects not in compliance with RUPLUS pallet specifications and will segregate the rejected pallets by builder.
- Repair minor nail defects throughout audit process and notate defects on Daily Pallet Audit Form by builder.
- Document the number of pallets inspected by builder, number of defects found during the audit, and list the defect(s) found on each pallet on the Daily Pallet Audit Form.
- Complete the Daily Pallet Audit Form for all pallets inspected in order to capture the quality results by builder through a process of daily measurement, analysis, and feedback.
- Demonstrate the required knowledge of the CHEP US PLUS pallet specifications in order to maintain position.
- Provide coaching and counseling to builders based on audit results.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Some experience in a warehouse preferred.
- Experience with using tools such as a hammer
- Basic Math Skills required
- Frequent lifting, pushing, pulling, carrying and flipping of 75 to 85 pound pallets.
- Ability of standing and walking for extended periods of time (at least 2 hours straight, four times in an 8 hour day).
- Able to twist, bend, stoop, squat, reach above shoulder level and crouch on a frequent basis.
- Able to use hands and feet simultaneously and perform repetitive movements.
- Ability to lift up to 100 pounds as needed.
- Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and depth perception.
- The work environment consists of occasional extreme temperature shifts ranging from very cold to very hot.
- Exposure to dust and loud noise (hearing protection is provided)
- Regular exposure to moving mechanical parts and moving forklifts
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
What I need to know to be a Quality Control Pallet Inspector:
- Proficient in basic math skills
- Must be able to follow inspection process.
Construction, Pallets, Pallet, Quality Control, 3PL, Production