Warehouse Records Coordinator maintains keeping track of inventory, overseeing work order requests and prepares records for deliveries, and keeping the warehouse organized. In addition to the organizational skills and physical strength required to manage and store inventory, the warehouse clerk job description also requires the ability to manage any administrative and clerical details necessary to keep the warehouse running smoothly.
The Warehouse Records Coordinator processes orders, accepts deliveries, and keeps the warehouse organized, which includes everything from physically moving records around the warehouse space to properly maintaining receiving of incoming and outgoing records.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities of a Warehouse records coordinator
•Tracks and logs all incoming and outgoing records inventory requests, ensuring there are no discrepancies or losses of records.
•Accepts deliveries of incoming records accordingly.
•Orders and restocks new supplies.
•Receives customer and client workorders.
•Packs and prepares orders for delivery.
•Operates forklift or other machinery required for transporting large orders and heavy products.
•Addresses and resolves any complaints about products, shipping speeds, or damaged items.
•Uses O Neil RSSQL software (Warehouse Management Software) programs to monitor inventory and balance accounts.
•Keeps warehouse area clean and organized.
•Reports to warehouse supervisor or management to alert them of any issues with receiving of records.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
•Possesses strong organizational skills.
•Is detail-oriented and capable of noticing small errors on orders
•Maintains physical stamina and strength required to move heavy equipment and product weighing up to 75 pounds.
•Works well with others.
•Exhibits strong communication skills, essential for working with other employees and with customers.
•Demonstrates computer knowledge Microsoft word or excel.
•Demonstrates the alertness and physical dexterity required to operate heavy machinery.
•Must be capable of managing time effectively and multi-tasking as necessary.
•Demonstrates familiarity with all warehouse safety precautions and is able to observe these at all times.
Education and Experience
•High school diploma or equivalent.
•Must have driver’s license, certified forklift operator and other machinery used for moving and transporting. B license driver is a Plus!
•Majority of typical 8-5 workday is spent in a warehouse.
•Time may also be spent meeting with supervisors in an office.
•Warehouse temperatures are variable and often uncontrolled, unless the product being stored requires that the maintenance of a specific temperature.
•Tasks are physically demanding, requiring long hours of lifting, standing, and carrying.
Warehouse 1 - $10.00 to $15.00
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