LABORER (Class 6/Shoppette)

# Job Description
UNDER DESIGNATED SUPERVISION, PERFORMS A VARIETY OF MANUAL TASKS INVOLVING MODERATELY HEAVY PHYSICAL EFFORT WITHIN AN EXCHANGE FACILITY.
PERFORMS A MAJORITY OF THE FOLLOWING DUTIES:
1. OFF-LOADS MODERATELY HEAVY TO HEAVY (UP TO 40 POUNDS, OCCASIONALY ABOUT 50 POUNDS) MERCHANDISE AND SUPPLIES FROM INCOMING DELIVERY TRUCKS AND OTHER CONVEYANCES. ASSISTS IN UNPACKING MERCHANDISE AND STOCKING SHELVES ACCORDING TO SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS.
2. TRANSPORTS MERCHANDISE WITHIN THE FACILITY BY HAND, PALLET JACK, DOLLY, OR HAND TRUCK.
3. LOADS MERCHANDISE AND SUPPLIES ONTO CUSTOMER/DELIVERY VEHICLES ACCORDING TO CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS.
4. PERFORMS LIMITED PRICE MARKING OF MERCHANDISE.
5. RUNS HAND AND POWERED (WALKING AND SMALL, RIDING TYPE, BUT NOT TRACTOR/GANG TYPE) LAWNMOWERS TO CUT GRASS; MAY CLEAN SMALL TREES AND BUSHES USING HATCHET, HANDSAW, OR CLIPPER.
6. MOVES AND ARRANGES FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT, OR FIXTURES AS DIRECTED.
7. MAY COLLECT AND EMPTY GARBAGE CANS, WASH, AND WAX CARS/TRUCKS BY HAND OR USING POWERED BUFFER, OR SHOVEL SHOW FROM SIDEWALKS.
8. PERFORMS OTHER RELATED DUTIES AS ASSIGNED.
# Job Qualifications
EDUCATION: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EDUCATION. CREDITABLE JOB RELATED EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR THE EDUCATION REQUIREMENT ON A 9 MONTHS FOR 9 MONTHS BASIS. ABILITY TO OPERATE MOVING AND CLEANING EQUIPMENT.
If a sufficient number of qualified candidates do not apply, the minimum qualifications may be lowered without reposting.
# Additional Qualifications/Requirements
AVAILABILITY: MONDAY - SUNDAY ANY SHIFT
Vacancy Number: H-026591-2016
Job Title: LABORER (Class 6/Shoppette)
Exchange Location: United States - Mississippi - Keesler AFB
Facility Name: KEE-SHOPPT/CLASS 6/CCC
Employment Category: Intermittent
Career Area: Logistics
Job Grade: 2
Supervisor: No
Salary Minimum: $9.95
Salary Maximum: $11.61
Number of Positions Remaining: 1
Removal Date: 30-Nov-2016


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