STOCK CLERK, Facilities-Maintenance and Utilities, to stock and distribute materials and supplies in accordance with inventory control procedures. Responsibilities include issuing, shipping, picking up, delivering, and receiving all types of stock and equipment; unpacking incoming goods, inspecting for quality and condition, and repacking as appropriate; stocking shelves; moving stock to secondary storage areas when necessary; working the stockroom counter and issuing tools and materials as requested; maintaining stockroom and keeping areas in orderly condition; keeping tool loan and stock records up-to-date and reporting to supervisor if tools or stock are not returned; engraving/marking tools and equipment and inspecting and testing items that are loaned to workers; cutting pipe and other material to length; generating receiving reports and coding and processing packing slips and receipts; interacting with carriers/delivery vendors; controlling access to stockroom areas and reporting any unusual occurrences to supervisor; and recording and monitoring material being returned to vendors or sent out for repairs. May utilize pallet jack to move stock.
REQUIRED: a driver's license; a high school diploma or its equivalent; a minimum of one year of applicable work experience; and the ability to lift 50 pounds, load and unload trucks, maintain a stationary position at the stockroom counter, work while bending and stooping for extended periods, ascend/descend stairs, and work from ladders. Must be able to communicate with supervisor, colleagues, and customers; read and understand written directions, safety signage, and other documents; and wear personal protective equipment as required by specific assignment. Job #14962
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