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Material Handling Generalist

Lahlouh’s business model is built on solving end to end supply chain problems not simply processing transactional print orders. Lahlouh is a partner that focuses on developing collaborative, comprehensive solutions that endeavor to meet all the communication needs of our clients’ dynamic and evolving marketplaces.


Lahlouh's mission is to provide the highest quality, most cost-effective business communications solutions available.


Core capabilities include:


• Sheet-fed offset print                                               • Fulfillment / Distribution logistics

• Dynamic digital print                                                • Packaging Design

• Mailing                                                                        • Marketing promotions

• Full service bindery and assembly                         • Promotions

• Online Solutions


Position:                   Material Handling Generalist

Reports to:               Fulfillment Manager

FLSA Status:             Non-Exempt

Department:            Manufacturing

Location/Shift:        Monroe, Ohio / 1st Shift


Essential Function:

          In this position you would be trained to receive, pick, pack, and ship orders using UPS and FedEx systems.  You will be learning many other warehouse tasks as well.  We are also prepared to train and certify you on the forklift, order picker, and reach forklift.  This is a great opportunity to either start out in the workforce or learn a new skill set. 



  • No experience necessary (though if you have experience you’d be a great addition)


Job Duties and General Expectations:

  • Receiving:
    • Processing incoming materials for receipt into inventory which includes loading and unloading trucks with a use of a forklift or a pallet jack.
    • Records and checks quantity and quality of goods received for conformity and specifications.
    • Accurately counts incoming and outgoing materials and tags them for proper ID.
    • Examines the receiving documents to ensure accuracy of the delivery.
    • Moves materials to designated storage area and properly put-away.
    • Issue raw materials to jobs and performs location transfer in the system.
    • Documents information related to material handling of goods.
    • Distributes or delivers incoming items to appropriate department or recipient.
    • Signs for incoming shipments as received.
    • Process daily Large/Small press schedule.                                                                                                                                                         
  • Fulfillment:
    • Responsible for accurate and timely processing of all orders from various systems.
    • Pulling materials.
    • Packing orders.
    • Building boxes.
    • Kitting & collating materials.
    • Sealing and labeling envelopes and/or boxes.
    • Preparing materials for shipment and providing documents.
    • Complete all tasks accurately and completely in order to meet internal/external customer requirements.
    • Manage online and internal daily schedule in various systems.
    • Managing and meeting customer requirements.
    • Input data into Fulfillment Services applications.
    • Create process work-flow to accommodate client’s request.
    • Coordinating with other departments to meet deadlines
  • Inventory:
    • Cycle and physical counting to verify accuracy on a regular basis.
    • Verifies clerical computations against physical count of stock.
    • Investigates and reports reasons for discrepancy and errors.
    • Input data into various systems and applications
    • Maintains records and coordinates the daily inspection of equipment.


Position Specific Skills & Competencies:

  • The employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk or hear.
  • Use of hands and fingers to handle or operate objects, tools, or controls.
  • Frequently lifts and/or moves up to 45 lbs and occasionally lifts and/or moves items up to 100 lbs
  • Ability to handle heights.
  • Able to pull/push more than 1,500 pounds using a cart or pallet jack.



  • High school graduate/GED
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