Material Handler (12017)

Title: Material Handler (12017)
Location: Warrenton, VA
Duration: 12 month(s)

Job Description
candidates must be US Citizens or Permanent residents
-submittal limit is 3 per supplier
-hours are 7:30-4:30 Monday-Friday
-minimum education requirement is HS Diploma
-no travel is anticipated

Job Description:

Receive, stock, issue parts in bulk area and/or by operating automated carousel.Verify items quantity and condition. Maintain accurate inventory records by utilizing bar codes and computerized inventory systems.Prepare, package and ship products/parts per specified procedures.Cycle count inventory items.Perform stock transaction via computerized inventory system. Position demands constant standing, frequent lifting of up to 25 pounds and occastional lifting of up to 50 pounds. Requires valid driver's license. Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations. Read and comprehend simple oral and written instructions. Knowledge of computers and basic data entry skills.

-Monitors, locates, and schedules the movement and control of measuring and test equipment throughout the enterprise.
-Performs periodic inventories in accordance with company and regulatory requirements.
-Utilizes computer programs in order to assure that equipment records are complete and up to date.
-No driving on this position

Additional Job Information:
-HS diploma or GED -must be verified through Accurate Information Systems
-a candidate with lots of energy
-proficiency with Word and Excel
-ability to consistently lift 25 pounds, and can lift up to 50 pounds
-ability to operate a computer: there will be simple SAP entries for this position (SAP experience is NOT required)
-previous warehouse/shipping experience helpful

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