Shipping Clerk


The Warehouse Administrator will work in Invoicing, Batching, and/or Returns

Invoicing - Responsible for various Data entry; ensuring Drivers Invoices are accurate and ready for an On Time Departure.

Batching - Responsible for Batching computer applications, warehouse paperwork and truck departure schedules.

Returns - Responsible for inspection accuracy and to return product into slots




  • Accurate data entry of credits, printing and matching credits to proper Dispatch route.
  • Accurate data entry of pick pages; resulting in the printing and collating of invoices for specific customers and Dispatch routes.
  • Data entry for the printing of Tote/Box Labels for various departments.
  • Data entry, printing and faxing of order modification s and revised orders.
  • Data entry of Quality Controlled orders


  • Checks with supervisor or manager for any changes in schedules or nightly routines.
  • Batches trucks in the order of departure.
  • Informs shipping clerk, foreman or supervisor if a work area is late.
  • Deletes Pre-wave automatic replenishment.
  • Confirms, uploads, and batches to ensure that truck runs are printed correctly.
  • Runs an open order status and prints to further verify that all stops have been batched properly.
  • Prints correct number of copies of all the paperwork for printed truck runs. Gives copies to invoicing, Repack and shipping departments.
  • Flags the system when Batching is complete.


  • Responsible for checking for and correcting product discrepancies.
  • Responsible for distinguishing damage product and separating it.
  • Responsible for returning product into slots in timely matter.
  • Put away all returns daily. (dry, chill and freeze)
  • Salvage any damaged cases and repair if possible.
  • Will also perform all other assigned duties by warehouse management.
  • Will work overtime as needed to complete job.
  • Will accurately put all entries in RF system.
  • Perform duties in accordance with Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Safe Quality Food (SQF) policies and procedures, as appropriate for location

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