I've been searching for 2 months and it seems all the forklift operator job opportunities i come accross are for operators with at least 2-5 years experience. I have about a year and some change total experience, with mostly 5k electric sit down lift trucks and maybe 3 months 5k LP sit down lift truck experience. I'm certified but don't have much experience and if everyone requires 2+ years experience, how am I supposed to find a entry level job so I can get some experience? Any ideas anyone? thanks!
Warehouse? Forklift Operator?
I am helping my husband make a resume, and I am not sure how or if I should list an education section. He dropped out of school about 5 years ago in the 11th grade, and is currently taking GED courses (he just started). He expects to be finished with it in about 6 months.
He is going to be applying for warehouse/forklift operator jobs that, for the most part, don't require a diploma/GED. He also has 1 year of relevant work experience and several years of other experience.
Should I omit the education section? If not, what's the best way to list a GED in progress?
The intermodal and warehousing industry is one of the biggest industries in Savannah with plenty of warehousing and forklift operator jobs. The local technical college doesn't list anything about forklift training on their website. Are there any companies willing to train me and hiring me also?
Material Handler or Warehouse/Forklift operator.
And a brief description of each please.
I've been doing many warehouse jobs from forklift operator, assembly, inspector, loading and unloading, picking, packing, quality assurance. I guess all I need is to move up the management ladder but I know I wont get too far up since I don't have the proper education. So I've been considering hvac or machinist CnC programmer. I've been looking on the Internet and seen many negative reviews about machinist jobs. Or the other option i have is to get trained and get a CDL and drive locally for a mining company?
I'm trying to get a job in the general warehouse or as a forklift operator .
I want to become a forklift operator but I dont know how to be come certified. Where to get training so I get a job as a forklift operator.
I'm trying to apply for warehouse / assembly/ Production / or Forklift operator positions. Only in my area (Tucson Arizona)
any advice will help Thanks.
A lot of people I hear get these scholarship things that pay their college. How can I get me one of those? I am 22 and looking to take some college courses to get a career. I previously worked as a cook at a restaurant and now I am a forklift operator at a warehouse. Both jobs are low pay so I need a college degree to make more money. How do I get a scholarship?
No Mr. Adams I'm serious. I need to go to college.
Occurred in Baltimore Maryland, and the forklift operators name is Vernon Pumphrey.
I want a man who can support me. I am tired of low paying jobs. I previously worked as a cook at a restaurant and now I am a forklift operator at a warehouse. I make enough to pay bills but barely have enough to go out and have fun. I am very pretty but I can't find a rich guy where I live who will support me. All the guys here are poor. Are there any sites or any places where I can meet rich men?
Unfortunately i have a bad history of lay-offs in my belt but ive wanted for the past 2 years to prove that i want to get a career not just a job im applying at a company fairly close to where i live and have recently achieved my GED but i really dont know the first thing about setting up a resume and most of the stuff im finding on google seems pretty complicated so im trying to find a good template
That offer clerical/secretarial work that do not require a college a degree and respect four years of service in the USAF as something equivalent to that of a college degree? I live in an extremely liberal town near two colleges and they appear to not show any indication of hiring a veteran here in North Carolina.
What are some good sites to apply for and what are the qualifications for veterans preference?
I am trying to get a warehouse job that pays real well and has great benefits and i think that if i get certified to operate a forklift it would help me get the job.
I called an "employer" and he said before i can start working I need to become certified and that it was going to take about an hour and cost $35.. is this legit?
As many suggestions as possible please?
I'm sick of my factory job.
My own search has found...
As a creature of habit I'm staying to my own fields of work and would appreciate other view points/ personal experience.
I have my flagger certification, forklift certification and my OSHA 10hr card i also have had over 1000hrs of heavy equipment training. (I am asking for a entry level job so i can get more training so i can be the best operator there is.) By the way i am only 18 if anyone has any information that can help me get a well paid job the would be much appreciated
I worked as a cherry picker forklift operator at my warehouse. Then my boss changed me to another position. He didn't really give it a name but in a nut shell what I do is; When a group in the warehouse needs help I go, when something needs to be done as an individual assignment i do it, and I organize and clean. My boss calls it a "floater" but he said if I can come up with a professional name for it, he will give it to me. Any ideas? :)