Fisher & Company

Evansville, IN

Forklift Operator / Material Handler

$16-$17 / HOUR
Openings for reliable individuals experienced with Forklift and/or Hi-Lo operation to work as Material Handlers.

We are currently recruiting for all shifts!

Overtime and weekends will be required as need ed.

Material Handlers are responsible for physically loading and unloading parts and components to and from assembly lines and weld cells in order to feed the production process within the company. The department is structured as a formal team, and requires the ability to work within the team.


  • Ability to follow established procedures
  • Operate a Hi-Lo efficiently in a Manufacturing Environment
  • Strong attention to detail and multi-tasking ability
  • Knowledge of TS16949 quality standards and ISO14001
  • Prioritization skills sufficient to keep the shop floor running
  • Communication skills to communicate and interact with all levels of employees
  • Computer literacy skills include the ability to perform basic data entry and to operate visual ‘touch screen’ display panels
  • Math skills sufficient to perform department related tasks are required
  • Ability to work effectively with people
  • Education

    High School diploma or equivalent is required.


    Steel toed shoes, safety glasses and hearing protection are required. Other safety equipment required on an as needed basis.

    Work Environment

    Working environment and physical requirements of this position are those typical of a manufacturing environment.

    Physical Demands

    Working environment and physical requirements of this position are those typical of a manufacturing environment. Job requires very frequent visual effort and concentration, and the ability to move throughout the plant. The ability to lift 40 pounds is required. The work requires regular standing, moving about, and involves a variety of physical activities.

    Job RequirementsEssential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Physically load and unload parts to and from weld cell racks and assembly lines using a hi-lo, pallet jack, and manual labor
  • Ensure containers are properly labeled
  • Respond to visual signals from the production line, such as probe lights, and repair pallets or perform other activities, as necessary
  • Place finished product in proper storage location
  • Perform basic housekeeping to keep area clean and safe
  • Various other duties as required by the department