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Forklift Spotter

OVERVIEW: The Forklift Spotter is responsible for assisting the forklift and travel lift operators with ensuring the safety of team members, customers, vendors and property during boat movement operations.
KEY TASKS:
Assist with the proper and safe operation of the forklift to ensure safe and timely moving, blocking and placement of all vessels on the sales lot, service facility and in water
Assist Operators when placing vessels safely into to high and dry storage, if applicable
Properly secure vessels to docks, seawalls, etc
Proper and safe use of slings/shackles ensuring safe movements
Places keel blocks, boat stands and support blocks under vessel appropriate to the size of the boat
Slides and positions hull support blocks and frames against boat bottom for vertical support
Mounts propellers on shafts to prepare boats for launching, when applicable
Ensure all drain plugs or water pickups are secure, when applicable
Power-wash vessels when removed from salt/fresh water
Proper and safe operation of vessels while maneuvering in/out of marina.
Assist customers while docking, tying, boarding and unboarding vessels providing professional customer service
Monitoring gauges, dials and other indicators to make sure machinery/equipment is working properly.
Checks equipment daily for proper fluid levels and general operation including hydraulic lines and hydraulic fittings, forks and straps condition, report any maintenance/repair issues to management
Report any needed dock repairs to proper management, including electrical, water, lines and dock boards.
Assist with boat shows and other on/off-site promotions
Other duties as assignedKEY RESULT AREAS:
Knowledge of machinery and tools, including their designs, uses, benefits, repair and maintenance.
Safe operation of all equipment.
Ability to work well with others
Customer satisfaction and enthusiasm/FANS
Complete MarineMax forklift certification
Maintain valid driver's license
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled



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