General Laborer - Field and Equipment Services - RCCB
Posted on Apr 11, 2019 by Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling
Responsible for general duties involving physical handling of product, materials, supplies, and equipment.
Position Responsibilities may include, but not limited to:
- Assist in the handling of company equipment.
- Maintain on-vehicle parts inventory and order new supplies as needed.
- Maintain and complete required paperwork, such as work tickets, parts list etc.
- Ensure compliance with regulatory and company policies and procedures.
- Periodic bending, kneeling, lifting of 50+ pounds and climbing.
- Maintain clean and safe work area.
- Provide quality customer service.
- Other projects or duties as assigned.
Required Skills and Experience:
- High School diploma or GED.
- 6 months of relevant experience (i.e. working in vending/fountain industry, general construction, electrician or plumbing industry, auto mechanic, or other mechanical areas).
- Basic computer skills, including mobile device technology.
- Ability to bend, kneel, climb and lift 50+ pounds.
- Willingness to work flexible hours/shifts including overtime and Saturdays as needed. For Coca-Cola on the West Coast, hours may be 24/7 depending on the facility.
- Ability to handle exposure to all temperature changes, high noise levels, and safely working around moving equipment
- This position must pass a post-offer background check and drug test.
Preferred Skills and Experience:
- Beverage industry experience.
- Previous equipment repair and distribution.
- Class C license and clean MVR.
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Due to the nature of our business in regard to such things as delivery schedules, order inputs, selection, and Department of Transportation Hours of Service, overtime, attendance and punctuality are essential job functions. Should an individual in this classification not be able to adhere to this requirement due to a disability, they should contact their Human Resources department to see what, if any, reasonable accommodation may be made.