Who are We?

Intersection is an experience-driven Out of Home media and technology company that delivers programming, consumer amenities, and advertising to cities. From free internet access to way-finding to real-time information, our products make city life easier and more sustainable. We further enrich cities with experiential programming that inspires and engages people throughout their day. With valuable, diverse audiences in America’s top cities, we provide innovative, data-driven solutions for brands to reach urbanites at scale.

What is the role?

Provider supervision and coordination of activities related to ordering, receiving, storing, inventorying, issuing, and shipping materials, supplies, tools, equipment, and parts, in warehouse by performing the following duties

  • Reviews inbound appointment log and open order report to plan work activities
  • Plans inbound and outbound schedules accordingly to meet key priorities
  • Assigns workers to specific duties based on workload and priorities
  • Work with Inventory Control to ensure accurate inventory reporting
  • Perform periodic inventory audits
  • Traces history of items to determine reasons for discrepancies between inventory and stock control records and recommends remedial actions to resolve discrepancies
  • Advises employees on handling of items received, stored, and shipped; methods and use of equipment in handling, storing, maintaining, and shipping stock; and related problems.
  • Ensures that proper safety procedures are followed
  • Forklift operation experience is necessary for this role

Within your first month, you will:

  • Develop an understanding of the types of supplies, spare parts and devices that are stored and moving through the warehouse
  • Familiarize yourself with the key responsibilities of the warehouse staff
  • Assist with the implementation of key inventory tracking procedures as required to support maintenance and repair activities
  • Ensure proper security and tracking for all key materials, parts, tools and equipment
  • Review and become familiar with key systems to support warehouse operations

Within your first two months, you will:

  • Establish and maintain critical inventory controls to ensure timely updates to inventory tracking systems
  • Review and make recommendations on warehouse layout for materials storage and other warehouse based activities
  • Identify potential risks related to theft, breakage and other unnecessary reductions in inventory
  • Implement key tracking metrics to ensure sufficient inventory to support field and warehouse activities

Within your first three months, you will:

  • Establish key performance indicators for the warehouse staff
  • Implement safety and operational training programs for the warehouse staff
  • Develop familiarity with field repair and maintenance activities

In your first year, you will:

  • Be fluent in current processes of tracking of inventory and consumption rates
  • Make recommendations for process efficiency improvements and changes
  • Create efficiencies in the warehouse through improved layout and processes
  • Improve loss tracking procedures for accurate tracking of inventory

You're great for this role because:

  • You are organized, resourceful and a creative problem solver
  • You have experience working in a fast-paced environment with ever changing activities
  • You are a self-starter with the ability to work well with others and foster a team environment
  • You have knowledge of the inventory management systems, processes and key risks
  • Experience with forklift operations, maintenance and repairs
  • Three years or warehouse experience preferred 
  • Experience using Google docs and Excel 

At Intersection we celebrate every voice that makes us unique and every perspective that makes us grow. It’s our shared responsibility to create an equitable environment where every employee contributes to the culture of the company. Our products and offerings impact cities across the world and it’s our goal to represent the diversity and differences that make cities special. We will be relentless in that pursuit, because together we are better. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, disability, and veteran status.

 

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