Materials Handler

Job Description

Handrail Design, Inc., a Lancaster-based manufacturer of custom stainless steel handrail systems, has an immediate need for a full-time materials handler.

The position's typical duties include:

  • receiving and unloading freight, both manually or with forklifts or pallet jacks;

  • inspecting incoming goods to verify quantity and quality;

  • packing and loading outgoing shipments;

  • making local truck deliveries and pick-ups in company vehicle;

  • assisting in maintaining inventory control and records;

  • participating in general housekeeping duties to ensure a clean and safe working environment.

The successful candidate must have:

  • knowledge of basic math skills and experience with handling, storing, and shipping materials or supplies;

  • operating material handling equipment;

  • reviewing documents for accuracy and completeness.

  • Familiarity with hand power tools a plus.

  • Must be able to lift sixty pounds, be fluent in English, and provide work related references.

  • Pre-employment background check including motor vehicle report required.

  • Prospective employees must meet requirements of HDI's Driver MVR Policy.

  • Pre-employment drug test required.

Company Description
HDI Railing Systems, founded in early 2002, is a custom manufacturer of high-end architectural stainless steel railing systems used in commercial and residential applications. Our pre-engineered railing systems are used in commercial and residential applications and are frequently specified for hospitals, airports, corporate offices, hotels, universities, libraries, and museums. You can see our work in many prestigious locations throughout the US including the Google corporate office in Sunnyvale, CA, the Observation Deck of the new World Trade Center in NYC, the Sweetwater Brewery in Atlanta, GA and the Pittsburgh Steelers Training Complex in PA. Our high quality railings are all designed and manufactured in our facility located in the rolling farmlands of Central Pennsylvania. Come join our dedicated team of designers, engineers, fabricators, and installers today!

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