Job Title: Parts Room Attendant
Responsible for the receiving of all crib items from shipping, the proper stocking of all items received into the crib area, the data entry of all part cards into the SAP system, the maintenance of Material Returns and Emergency Purchase Order logs and any other duties directly related to inventory control. Requires a general knowledge of maintenance parts and a proficiency in print reading to allow the identification of parts. This position also requires a general working knowledge of computers along with a thorough knowledge of SAP in inventory control, receiving, and purchasing.
Specific Responsibilities/Essential Functions:
Directly responsible for the proper use and complete understanding of the SAP inventory control system. This includes the proper data entry of part card, new part items, ordering quantities, max/mins, account numbers and other pertinent information.
Responsible for the completion of Material Return’s and emergency Purchase Orders, the assurance of proper packaging and return authorizations for outgoing parcels, the delivery of items to shipping along with the proper distribution of associated paperwork and log entries.
A working knowledge of the purchasing and receiving modules of SAP will be expected after 90 days.
Follows and adheres to all Food Safety requirements within the plant. Has the authority to stop production due to quality issues.
Essential is the completion of general crib duties each day, part card data entries, cage part pickups, turning in of required requisitions, and the returning to stock locations of all items received. Some time each day should be allocated towards the continual improvement of our crib procedures and stock integrity.
Maintains housekeeping of all assigned areas. This includes cleaning up after making repairs and applying Good Manufacturing Practices to meet plant goals.
Is responsible to remain on each assignment until the job is complete or until released by a proper authority.
Follows all established safety rules and guidelines as outlined in the Employee Handbook and as trained during the various safety-related training programs. Understands and communicates all hazards and safety issues to co-workers and managers/supervisors. Properly uses all personal protective equipments.
Performs other related duties as directed by the Maintenance Manager.
This position reports to the Plant Engineer.
Specifications and Requirements:
Education and Experience
Requires high school diploma or equivalent. Some post-secondary education preferred (i.e., Technical or Vocational education).
Ability to recognize and understand numbers and values and enter this information into an on-line data-base accurately. A strong mathematical ability is essential.
Ability to visually and mentally make priority decisions and independent judgment calls based on the situation at hand.
Ability to efficiently and effectively use a computer and related software.
Ability to work all shifts and required overtime.