Website Springfield Electric
The Warehouse Associate is responsible for receiving, storage, handling, shipping and control of material being inventoried and sold.
DUTIES AND REPSONSIBILITIES
Develops and maintains knowledge of electrical products.
Develops and maintains knowledge of stock location within the warehouse.
Receives and puts up/stores materials being inventoried in a safe and appropriate manner.
Checks material in against receiving ticket to assure accuracy.
Records damaged or defective materials and immediately reports it to designated team members for proper handling.
Fills pick-orders for shipment.
Prepares bills of lading for shipment.
Verifies outgoing shipments for accuracy.
Assists in the general maintenance of the warehouse.
Loads and unloads material from truck in an accurate, efficient, and safe manner, utilizing proper body mechanics and proper equipment (e.g., forklift).
Assures proper documentation accompanies all material being loaded onto or unloaded from the truck.
Greets and interacts with customers in a cheerful and helpful manner.
Completes stock checks for the Corporate Purchasing Department as requested.
Reports suspicious activities immediately to a member of the management team.
Performs other duties as requested or required to successfully complete the job.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
Commitment to and demonstration of high ethical standards governing professional behavior and interactions.
Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely, especially verbally.
Demonstrated time management and organizational skills, including an ability to plan and manage multiple priorities simultaneously.
Ability to work well alone and in a team environment.
Strong customer service orientation.
High School diploma or equivalent, as determined by Springfield Electric.
One or more years of experience in a route driver position or warehouse/distribution environment.
Basic familiarity with the use of a personal computer.
Experience driving a fork truck
Ability to sit, stand, and walk for prolonged periods of time.
Ability to utilize a computer keyboard, computer monitor, and telephone.
Ability to bend, climb, push, and pull, including the ability to maneuver at heights and in tight or small places.
Ability to safely negotiate walking through construction sites while carrying or otherwise transporting work-related materials.
Ability to routinely lift, carry, and otherwise transport work-related materials that frequently weigh up to 75 lbs. and that may occasionally weigh in excess of 75 lbs.
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