Summary: The Senior Depot Associate – Parts Receiving is responsible for the receipt, verification, and recording of all parts and materials for the Inventory Department. The Parts Receiver works closely with planners and the In-Transit Associate to prioritize receipts and resolve issues. As a Senior Depot Associate, this position is expected to exhibit a higher level of responsibility showing good judgment in accordance with well-defined policies, procedures, and techniques. This position is a member of the Inventory Department will be trained and provide backup in all areas of the department.
-Physically re-palletize product.
-Coordinate deliveries and pallet moves with Receiving Dock.
-Move pallets off dock in a timely manner.
-Physically receive and verify all parts and materials to packing slip.
-Utilize SAP to receive and post parts and materials to designated locations, process DOA and –R optics, issue parts out, receive parts in, and complete transfers.
-Coordinate with planners to receive all hot parts receipts.
-Complete receiving projection and inbound tracking spreadsheets.
-Make note of and quarantine any damaged goods and discrepancies and report accordingly.
-Systematically process receipts and materials for put-away in a productive flow based on priority and first in, first out (FIFO).
-Maintain the integrity of the inventory at all times by following proper processes.
-Deliver product to appropriate personnel within the designated time frame.
-Stock material in proper warehouse locations, ensuring proper organization and rotation.
-Fill part requisitions in an accurate and timely manner.
-Assist in resolving inventory discrepancies.
-Ensure all items and/or boxes are properly packed and labeled according to quality standards.
-Perform re-label processes, ensuring all parts and boxes are labeled with correct part number.
-Perform daily equipment inspections, accurately report and document all findings.
-Operate a motorized equipment while complying with all safety rules, prioritizing safety of self and others at all times.
-Respond to verbal or written requests in a professional and timely manner.
-Accurately document down time.
-Report customer or operational areas of concern to management immediately.
-Regular attendance and timeliness.
-Assist in daily cycle counts, as needed.
-Assist in resolving put away issues.
-Assist in completing departmental material transfers.
-Cross-train in other support departments to assist, as needed.
-File paperwork in the appropriate location.
-Ensure 6S compliance.
-Other duties as assigned by management.
Required Education, Experience, and Skills:
-Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
-Must have a minimum of six (6) months’ previous experience with an inventory department or similar industry.
-Must be able to achieve cherry/order picker certification in our company program within 14 days from hire.
-Must be able to achieve forklift certification in our company program within 30 days from hire.
-Previous forklift and cherry/order picker experience is preferred.
-Must be computer literate with Microsoft Office applications, primarily Excel.
-Must have strong and accurate data entry skills.
-Must have prior warehouse management system (WMS) experience, preferably SAP.
-Must have interpersonal skills to work in a team environment.
-Must have the ability to adapt to various situations and adjust to shifting priorities.
-Must be able to plan and organize efficient work activities with little supervision.
-Must be able to exhibit strong, independent judgment.
-Must be able to read and comprehend internal documents and written work instructions.
-Must be able to work with numbers, retaining part numbers, verifying part numbers, counting, addition, subtraction, and multiplication.
-Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to interface with the customer and all levels of the organization with a positive, professional, and customer-focused approach.
-Must have the ability to build strong relationships with internal and external customers.
Physical, Mental Requirements and Work Environment:
-Must be able to lift and carry up to 49 lbs. frequently, unassisted.
-Must be able to lift at least 50 lbs. occasionally.
-Must be able to stand and walk constantly.
-Must be able to work in an environment with fluctuating high and low temperatures.
-Must be able to see and read small, fine print.
-Must be able to work in an environment with moderate to loud noises.
-Must be able to balance, reach, grasp, hear, and stoop frequently.
-Must be able to kneel and crouch occasionally.
-Will be exposed to dust frequently.
-May be exposed to fumes occasionally.
-Cherry picker/order selector occasionally.
-Pallet jack occasionally.
-Push cart occasionally.
Conditions of Employment:
-Must pass background check.
-Must pass pre-employment and random drug tests.
About Bell Techlogix
Bell Techlogix understands to successfully empower business users in today’s digital climate you require a partner who is driving the business with operational excellence, innovation and automation. Through hands-on collaboration, data-driven decisions and uncompromising speed you need to move as fast as your customers and faster than your competitors. In the age of 24X7X Always operations and digital disruption, Bell Techlogix enables you to embrace the digital generation and rapidly respond to a transforming environment.