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Logistics Handler

Requisition Number:

17407

Location:

Boulder, CO

Employment Type:

University Staff

Schedule:

Full-Time

Posting Close Date:

28-Apr-2019

Job Summary

The Logistics Handler  exists to perform thermal remediation treatments, operate vechicles, move equipment and supplies within HDS facilites and assist other trades personnel as needed in preventive maintenance/repairs within HDS facilites.

What Your Key Responsibilities Will Be

Deliver and Assemble appliances, furniture and supplies for HDS Facilities

  • Deliver materials and supplies to worksites. Assemble furniture and appliances. Repair furniture, appliances and equipment. 
  • Use of a university vehicle will be required to complete most of these duties.  Must be CMV (commercial motor vehicle) certified. 
  • Coordinate the delivery set up and removal of equipment material and supplies while minimizing impact on students and faculty. Choose best material handling tools and delivery methods. 
  • Determine best way to safely lift, move, and operate vehicles and equipment.
  • Daily driving requirement of a box truck (10,000 lbs plus)
    • Examples of typical problems or challenges encountered by this position and the guidance used to resolve the problem: Equipment needs to be moved up several flights of stairs to the desired location. May require assistance from building trades person and or supervisor. Determine best way to disassemble items so they can be moved in the elevators safely.

Pest Control Thermal Remedation/ Set up and Breakdown

  • Deliver, set up, monitor and breakdown all thermal remedation equipment for thermal treatments. Must operate generator, connect electrical cables to the generator and thermal heaters, set up temperature sensors, place fans to properly distribute warm air during treatment,  operate laptop computer in order to monitor the temperature settings and treatment progress.
  • Specific examples of regular, on-going decisions made by this position related to this duty: 
    • Determine best way to safely lift, move, and operate the thermal equipment and supplies while minimizing disturbance to customers. Schedule with Shop Zone supervisor and the supervisor of the area to insure a well-organized procedure of thermal remediation process is accomplished. This will require the most efficient use of vehicle, equipment and time. Choosing appropriate material handling tools and equipment required for scheduled workload.  
  • Examples of typical problems or challenges encountered by this position and the guidance used to resolve the problem:
    • Access to area required for thermal remedation cannot be completed due to unforseen circumstances; Vechicle break down, customer or insuficient housing personnel may need to be rescheduled at a more convenient time. Handling of  special equipment; work with supervisor to determine best solution.
  • Move thermal remediation equipment, supplies, furniture, and other miscellaneous items as needed in and out of housing facilities.
 
Support of Maintenance and ES as Required

  • Assist building trades with preventive maintenance task and check the preventive maintenance work order to insure it is correct.
  • Remove and replace air filters in air handlers and fan coils. 
  • Hang blinds in housing units. 
  • Clean and maintain mechanical areas and equipment. 
  • Paint equipment and floors, sweep and mop floors, labeling of pipes, replacing light bulbs. Assist the solid surface shop with building projects.  
  • Specific examples of regular, on-going decisions made by this position related to this duty: 
    • Insure the correct size filters are available. Insure all the necessary materials and supplies are available to perform the necessary duties and tasks.  
  • Examples of typical problems or challenges encountered by this position and the guidance used to resolve the problem: 
    • While performing a preventive maintenance filter change task you find you may not have the correct size filters for the designated for that piece of equipment. 
  • Clean and maintain mechanical areas and equipment. Paint equipment and floors, sweep and mop floors, labeling of pipes, replacing light bulbs. Assist the solid surface shop with building projects. 
  • Clean coils and equipment you find the equipment needs to be locked and tagged out. 
  • Use of proper P.P.E. must be worn at all times. Contact supervisor if proper safety attire is not available for the specific task.In performing the inspections on equipment if unusual noises or vibrations are present, must contact supervisor.
 
Other Duties as assigned
 
  • Remove snow and ice from parking lots, sidewalks, streets, patios, and entrances. Apply salt to enhance safety of entrances.  Deliver Ice melt to storage locations on campus. 
  • Coordinate with snow marshalls, coworkers, and supervisor for times and specific direction and methods while minimizing impact on other workload or inconvenience to customers and other duties. Choose the best equipment, vehicles, material, and tools needed.
    • Examples of typical problems or challenges encountered by this position and the guidance used to resolve the problem: In performing snow removal/ice abatement this position may encounter large numbers of toys and miscellaneous personal items in and around sidewalks drives and common arrears in family housing. Must contact service desk to inform residents of situation. If no response contact snow marshal. If no response contact supervisor. 
 
Warehouse/Inventory
 
  • Assist with loading and unloading of deliveries and shipments. Assist with stocking shelves, annual inventory, organizing and cleaning of warehouse and storeroom. 
  • Use electric pallet jack to load and unload trucks, use warehouse forklift to store and remove larger items on pallet racking, use iPhone and iPads to assist in scanning items for annual inventory. Use cleaing supplies to maintain safe and clean work area.
  • Examples of typical problems or challenges encountered by this position and the guidance used to resolve the problem:  
    • In performing inventory duties this position my encounter a discrepancy in the count. Must let the materials supervisor know so inventory can be corrected.
  • Must report the damaged freight to the materials supervisor so the damage can be noted and a claim filed.  
 

What We Can Offer

Salary starts at $32,400. 

Benefits

The University of Colorado offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, retirement, paid time off, tuition benefit and ECO Pass. The University of Colorado Boulder is one of the largest employers in Boulder County and offers an inspiring higher education environment. Learn more about the University of Colorado Boulder.

Be Statements

Be Adaptable. Be Supportive. Be Boulder.

What We Require

  • Once hired, ability to maintain a DOT medical card and Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) certification to operate vehicles essential to the position.  You don't need the DOT medical card or the CMV certification prior to being hired.

What We Would Like You To Have

  • Ability to drive a truck with GVWR of 10,001-lbs or greater. 
  • Experience with Snow Removal Equipment. 
  • Experience in the use of material handling equipment.

Special Instructions

To apply, please submit the following materials: 

1. A current resume. 
2. A cover letter that specifically addresses how your background and experience align with the    requirements, qualifications and responsibilities of the position.

You will not be asked to upload references at this time.

Please apply by 4/28/2019 for consideration.

Note: Application materials will not be accepted via email. For consideration, applications must be submitted through CU Boulder Jobs.

Essential Services

This position is designated “essential services.” The incumbent is required to respond to requests for work during campus emergencies (snow, wind, rain, flood and any other natural or man-made event) and report to work for his / her regularly assigned shift during emergency campus closures. 

Posting Contact Name: Boulder Campus Human Resources

Posting Contact Email: Recruiting@colorado.edu

The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer