Shipping Clerk


Responsible for processing, checking, verifying, and inventorying product received. Completes related computer entries and documentation. Coordinate materials and inventory levels with production personnel. Move product to appropriate storage areas. Process and ship product. Complete related records, reports, and paperwork. Ensures shipping functions are completed in accordance with Company standards and procedures.



  • Checks the truck departure schedule, breaks up and passes out work for all areas according to the time of departure.
  • Checks the batching sheet to make sure trucks do not have more than 22 pallets. If they do combine stops or layer stops. Inform a supervisor or manager if a truck cannot fit.
  • Checks batching sheets for duplicate orders. Ensures that repack has no more than 10 lines per sheet.
  • Checks batching sheet to make sure stores are not running together. Checks the batching sheets for wrap codes and distributes the work accordingly.
  • Re-run orders that were not run correctly or didn t print correctly.
  • Coordinates cooler, freezer and grocery orders for a unified completion and informs a manager if employees need to be assigned to a different work area.
  • Stays in communication with invoicer s and managers and informs them of trucks that may not go out on time.
  • Calls 'first and last call' to ensure that out of stocks are picked in a timely manner.
  • Enters out-of-stocks using the 'make request screen' on the computer.
  • Ensures all orders are completed in all areas; inform a manager of their status before leaving.
  • Keeps area clean and debris out of work area.
  • Informs supervisor of runs that are over-cubed and any discrepancies in paperwork.
  • Reports any violation of company policy to supervisor or lead.
  • Perform duties in accordance with Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Safe Quality Food (SQF) policies and procedures, as appropriate for location


  • Shipping functions are completed in accordance with Company standards and procedures
  • including quality standards and safety regulations.
  • Effective communication and coordination exist with Company personnel and with
  • management. Assistance and support are provided as needed.
  • Deadlines are met.

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