Shipping and Receiving Clerk (PT)

Job description

Shipping and Receiving Clerk (PT)
Part-time Support Staff
Sugar Grove Campus

The basic function of the Shipping and Receiving clerk is theinspection, counting, checking, and distribution of goods received. Additional functions of the position includedelivery, procedures development, maintenance of receiving records, orderfollow-up, coordination of outgoing shipments, claim processing, inventory andmoving of equipment, coordination of office supplies storage and distribution,and various Buildings and Ground duties. The shipping and receiving clerk is a support staff position responsibleto the Campus Operations Purchasing/Receiving Supervisor.

Involved with all aspects of the college’s shipping and receiving functions.

Maintain receiving records in an organized form and advise accounts payable of deliveries and discrepancies.

Monitor both incoming and outgoing shipments of all goods and advises the best methods of transportation.

Inspect and count goods received, and report damaged, missing, or incorrect shipments.

Assist in the processing and collection of claims and negotiate adjustments.

Help develop and communicate procedures for shipping and receiving.

Maintain receiving location and keep storage area in order.

Maintain proper inventory levels of office supplies and consumables and advise purchasing of replacement goods needs.

Recommend items for purchase and substitutes for goods out of stock; fill emergency requests.

Assist with updating of the computerized inventory of college equipment.

Coordinate deliveries to users and assist with the schedule of deliveries of goods.

Assist in purchase order follow up and expedite deliveries.

Participate in “in-service” training as assigned.

Assist Buildings and Grounds in snow removal and setups for special events.

Other duties as assigned by the Campus Operations Purchasing/Receiving Supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent.

Minimum one year successful employment in shipping and receiving capacity.

Ability to lift 100 pounds, plus meet physical demands of the position.

Valid driver’s license and clear driving record required.

Ability to operate a forklift.

Ability to communicate clearly in written and verbal English.

Demonstrate organizational skills in shipping and receiving procedures.

Knowledge of transportation methods, office supplies, computer systems.

Please attach the following documents when applying:

  1. Cover Letter-Yes
  2. Resume-Yes
  3. References-Yes
  4. Transcripts-No

Position Details
Grant Funded: No
Compensation Range: 12.94 - 12.94
Compensation Type: Hourly
Work Schedule: M-F 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Work Hours: 25/week (max.)
Testing: No
Targeted Hire Date: 1/20/2020

EqualOpportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/veteran




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Posted: 10/9/2019
Application Due: 2/12/2020
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