Summary/Objective 

The shipping and receiving clerk position verifies and keeps records on incoming and outgoing shipments and prepares items for shipment by performing the following duties to quality and productivity standards.

Essential Functions

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. Web-based shipping software of all major carriers: FedEx, UPS, DHL, etc. 
  2. Shipping documentation: commercial invoices and packing lists 
  3. Operates lift trucks or hand trucks to convey, move or hoist materials to proper departments or areas.
  4. Operates PB crimp tools, including diagnosis, repair and processing.
  5. Operates the stretch wrap banders.
  6. Unpacks, examines and routes incoming shipments, rejects damaged items, records shortages, and corresponds with shipper to rectify damages and shortages. Receives and processes all defective parts returned for replacement or credit.
  7. Maintains inventory of shipping materials and supplies.
  8. Performs all computer functions necessary to track various aspects of goods.
  9. Supports the shipment of goods produced and the received goods and supplies to be used in or to aid in the production/storage of goods destined for sale to our customer base.
  10. Responsible for making arrangements for pick up by the carrier specified on the customer’s purchase order, which is conveyed to the shipping clerk by final inspection via the shipping instructions.
  11. Reports defective materials or questionable conditions to the department supervisor.
  12. Responsible for keeping an adequate supply of shipping materials on hand at all times.
  13. Maintains the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follows prescribed safety regulations.
  14. Required to make pick ups and deliveries to our suppliers for parts and raw materials using a company van..

Work Environment

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles, moving mechanical parts and vibration. The noise level in the work environment can be loud. 

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift and/or move items over 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. 

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work

This is a full-time position. Hours of work are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., 40 hours per week.

Required Education and Experience

  1. A valid driver’s license and a safe driving record.
  2. Licensed forklift truck operator.
  3. Prefer minimum 2 years of inventory control or shipping & receiving experience in fast growing organizations.
  4. Knowledge of high technology, computing is a plus.
  5. Able to work irregular or extended hours.
  6. Minimum of two years’ experience shipping products globally using common carriers
  7. Experience using computer-based shipping software
  8. Must have good working knowledge of international shipping documentation procedures (SED, commercial invoices, etc.)
  9. Strong Organizational skills
  10. Excellent computer skills: Excel, Word

 

Preferred Education and Experience

  1. Familiarity with software programs used in this job preferred.

 

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