DNTLworks Equipment Corporation Shipping, Receiving And Quality Assurance in Centennial, Colorado

NECESSARY SKILLS:Ability to understand and follow documental instructions.Computer literate. Working with UPS, FedEx and LtL.Pleasant phone manner.Good organizational skills and able to multi-task.Abe to prepare shipments in UPS system and lift up to 70 pounds.REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:Working with Quick Books and Access. We can train.Minimal experience working with hand tools.EDUCATION BACKGROUND:High School Diploma required or G.E.D.. Veterans preffered.REPORTS TO: Production ManagerCLASSIFICATION: Full-time, hourly based. 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, M-F.In the Centennial area. $10 to $17 hour depending on.RESULTS INHERENT IN THIS POSITION: Quality Assurance. To assemble products with zero defects. To learn each product, its components and its functionality. To suggest product and product innovations and improvements. To improve the effectiveness of the Company through healthyinterpersonal relationships. To provide assistance to the Production manager as requested.WORK INHERENT IN THIS POSITION: Prepare parts and equipment shipments. Interface with other employees in an appropriate manner and lift theirspirits with enthusiasm. Assist the Product Manager with any task requested.BEHAVIOR INHERENT IN THIS POSITION: All employees actions will be in accordance with DNTLworks' PersonnelPolicy Guide. All work performed in accordance with all governmental laws,regulations, ordinances and court rulings in those jurisdictions in whichthe Company operates. All communication with prospects, customers, vendors and otheremployees will be performed in accordance with DNTLworks' Personnel PolicyGuid The security and confidentiality of information relating to DNTLworks'products, systems, procedures and methods of operation will be maintainedat all times. All work will be done in an organized manner. "Organized manner"will be considered the orderly structuring of procedures as necessary toperform all job functions and tasks. All tactical work will be documented. "Documented" will beconsidered putting all functions, tasks, actions, information andprocedures into written form for reference purposes. All documented work will be accurate. All written communication will be grammatically correct and free of errors.