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Job Title: Receiving/Inventory Coordinator
Reports to: Director of IT
Salary Range/Status: Non-Exempt, Full-Time 8:00-4:30
Frequency of Pay: Bi-Weekly
Base Wages Paid: $15.00
Responsible for the physical receiving, placement, and storage of inventory. Data entry associated with said inventory. Creates inventory allocations for FBR branch offices. Assists with physical inventory count processes: including monthly cycle counts. Misc. inventory distributions, monitoring expiration dates, and following FIFO methods. Assists with creating standard operating procedures for warehouse management software: and with training. Inventory adjustment processing. Performing general office duties, and maintain filing for all inventory received. Responsible for inventory recall notices review and communication with appropriate departments.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities
- Responsible for main warehouse inventory received:
- Count, weigh and tag inventory
- Separate and count mixed pallets
- Assign item numbers
- Data entry into Ceres for product received
- Purchased Product Received
- Physical inventory for Main Warehouse and other locations for Donated and Purchased Product
- Data Entry for Waste and Physical count adjustments
- Monthly inventory cycle counts and Verifications
- Assists in creating allocations based on all products received for branches:
- Labeling product for branches
- Placement of product for shipments
- Monitoring accuracy of inventory quantities
- Supports branch staff with inventory procedures
- Communicates any equipment maintenance needs.
- Communicates warehouse maintenance needs to include:
- Freezers & coolers for cleanliness,
- Temperature & proper operation
- Training and Standard Operating Procedures
- Assist with developing procedural documents and data entry procedures for warehouse management software and, equipment for all operations departments to include government program processes.
- Assists director with setting standards and creating guidelines, to include staff support and daily reviews.
- Manage all Recall Notice with proper guidelines
- Communicate and understand all aspects of inventory movement:
- Internal transfers
- Product adjustments
- Maintain cleanliness in warehouse.
- Other duties as assigned.
Skills and Abilities
Computer literate (Excel, Outlook)
Attention to detail with good organizational and time management skills.
Ability to communicate (verbally & written) clearly
Ability to lift up to 60 pounds on a daily basis
Education and Experience
High school diploma or equivalent
Computerized Inventory and warehouse experience.
Experience in operating warehouse equipment: forklift, pallet jack, etc.
JOB TITLE: DRIVER/FOOD SERVICE RESCUE
Hours: Overnight (9:30 PM to 6AM)
Days: 3 Different schedules (M-F, Wed-Sun, Sat-Wed)
Salary Range: $12.01- $18.01 (additional $1.00 shift differential)
Responsible for pickup and delivery of food product, supplies and materials to various sites; as well as loading and unloading product from trucks. Responsible for keeping accurate driver route logs. Responsible for vehicle and equipment maintenance and sanitation. Maintains accurate agency & donor receipts, inventory control and related administrative tasks. Assists with warehouse duties; pulling orders, stocking, record keeping, waste reports, inventory counts and sanitation, equipment, building and grounds maintenance.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Pick-up donated food product and deliver to agencies.
- Unload incoming and load outbound product.
- Pick up and deliver Food Drive’s in route as assigned.
- Performs weekly inspection of program vehicle. Perform light vehicle maintenance tasks (fluid levels, tire maintenance and sanitation).
- Keeps food handling equipment clean and sanitized according to posted schedule and guidelines.
- Follows current food safety guidelines for food handlers.
- Assists in communicating with donors as needed, and maintains congenial relationships with donors, agencies and volunteers.
- Maintains product donation and distribution records.
- Assists in planning route/pick up schedule-use routing equipment provided by supervisor.
- Stores food according to food handling guidelines.
- Assists with warehouse duties as directed; order pulling, stocking shelves, sanitation, inventory counts, equipment, building and grounds maintenance as assigned.
- While on the job FBR identified clothing must be worn in compliance with standards.
- Cover routes for other drivers when needed.
- Flexible to work overtime when necessary.
- Some overnight routes possible.
- Performs department specific tasks and other duties as assigned by Manager.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
High school diploma or equivalent.
Due to insurance requirements, must be 25 years or older.
Possess valid driver’s license and good driving record according to FBR requirements.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Demonstrate ability to perform strenuous labor (lift up to 50 pounds).
Able to interact with agencies and donors in a diplomatic and courteous manner.
Ability to examine processes and determine changes to ensure greater efficiency.
Represent FBR in a positive manner.
Maintains neat and clean appearance at all times.
Capable of working harmoniously with others and accept supervision.