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Valmont Industries, Inc. Shipper in McCook, Nebraska

75 South Hwy 83 McCook Nebraska 69001-8569

Why Valmont

Welcome to Valmont, where a world of opportunity awaits. When you join our team, you become part of a passionate group dedicated to changing lives and conserving resources around the globe. We want problem solvers who roll up their sleeves to foster progress and innovation for all people. At Valmont, we provide infrastructure, irrigation, tubing and coatings to the world. We strengthen cities. We nourish croplands. We design, manufacture and coat. Our products and services make a difference. Join us, and BUILD YOUR WORLD.

Working under the direction of the Production Supervisor or Plant Manager, and within the guidelines of established procedures, the Shipper unloads or load shipments. Once unpacked, incoming shipments are examined and damaged items are rejected. All shortages need to be recorded and correspondence with the shipper will need to take place to rectify damages and shortages. Items are then routed to the appropriate departments. As part of this position the shipper may operate the following equipment: forklift, hand and air banding and crimping tools, lift tables, small hand tools, vacu-lifts, weight scales, air driven staple/nail guns, radial arm saw and heat shrink ovens. Shippers may be trained to work in more than one of the following areas within Shipping: crate line, sockets, kit pack, inside service parts, sprinkler charts, sprinkler hardware, sprinkler drop, cutting miscellaneous motor leads, inventory, or overhead cranes. One of the main tasks is to compare identifying information (amounts, weights, measurements) of incoming and outgoing items to verify information against the bill of lading, invoices, orders and other records. The incumbent needs to be able to identify errors in shipping and part order paperwork, recognize weight discrepancies and bring them to the attention of the appropriate personnel. Wooden or cardboard containers may need to be assembled when preassembled containers are not available or appropriate for the shipment. The items on the order are then selected and carefully placed into the containers. Once the order is completed or the container is full and meets all specifications, the container is banded with a metal bander. The Shipper then stamps, stencils, glues or affixes identifying shipping information on cartons. Similar to other plant employees, the Shipper participates in Lean projects within the plant and works in a manner consistent with stated company safety policies.

Basic Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent

  • The ability to work over ten hours a week in overtime when required for business needs

Additional Qualifications:

  • Strong analytical, problem-solving math skills

  • A strong working knowledge of tools such as: banders, crimping tools, air-driven nail/staple guns, radial arm saws

  • Attention to detail with a high degree of accuracy while working in a fast-paced environment with multiple distractions

  • Passion and integrity with the drive to excel and deliver exceptional results

Valmont does not discriminate against any employee or applicant in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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Valmont Industries is a leading producer and distributor of products for the infrastructure and agriculture markets.

Valmont Industries began in 1946 when our founder, Robert B. Daugherty combined his $5,000 savings and wholehearted belief that business could and should be done better. Since that modest start more than half a century ago, our company has grown to be an international leader in engineered products and services for infrastructure and water-conserving irrigation equipment for agriculture.

From the lighting and traffic structures that guide your way, to communication towers and utility structures that power your home and business, to irrigation equipment that waters the croplands on which your food is grown, Valmont products improve lives worldwide.

Valmont Industries operates in five primary business segments: Engineered Support Structures, Utility Support Structures, Coatings, Energy and Mining, and Irrigation. Valmont (VMI) is publicly traded on the NYSE.

We focus on two global markets: infrastructure and agriculture. Valmont Industries is present in 23 developed and developing countries, offering 27 brands from more than 80 facilities. International sales represent a significant portion of our revenues.

Valmont’s employees are passionate about the products we make. Along with our customers, they are the cornerstone of our success. We pride ourselves on being people of integrity who excel at delivering optimal results. We pursue opportunities for growth by taking our products and processes to new markets, introducing new products to regions where we have a presence, and continually improving our services to ensure that Valmont solutions are second-to-none.