Responsibility and accountable for the investigation and correction of all inventory discrepancies, including receipts, issues, adjustments and storage thereof. Perform scheduled cycle counts and performs reconciliation within established guidelines. Monitors and conducts routine maintenance of location file. Updates and add to “BOSS” or the “Warehouse Management System” unexpected receipts and material routed to an overflow area. Make adjustments to the inventory resulting from destructive testing by Engineering or Quality Assurance. Insures the proper use of existing inventory policies and procedures. May be required to instruct work force. Extensive contacts with all warehouse personnel and frequent contact with Material Planning, Purchasing, Customer Service Departments and Quality Assurance. Must be able to analyze and make decisions based on statistical data. Should be able to perform under stress and work with people on all levels.
Persons in this job must be able to sit and/or stand all day (up to 10 hours), manually lift and carry up to 50 pounds, push/pull containers of wire/cable or assemblies which may weigh up to several hundred pounds (either on dollies or on edge-not dead weight) rotate to various assignments involving various working conditions within their job description, perform high and low repetition jobs, perform all aspects of their job, perform fine manipulations, firm grasping and firm cutting (up to 25 pounds of pressure periodically) and be able to use hand tools including but not limited to tweezers, wire cutters, wire crimpers, screw drivers, pliers, soldering irons, cable cutters, utility knifes etc., manually push, pull and bend wire and cable, work through a range of motions from ground up to and including above shoulder height, bend and twist from the waist.
High School diploma or G.E.D. Certification required
En raison de la réglementation sur le trafic international des armes (ITAR, International Traffic in Arms Regulations) et des règlements de l’administration des exportations (EAR, Export Administration Regulations), tous les candidats doivent être actuellement classifiés comme une « personne des États-Unis », ce qui comprend : un citoyen américain, un résident permanent légal des États-Unis (détenteur d’une carte verte) ou une personne protégée (statut de réfugié/d’asile).