South Florida's hottest and fastest growing entertainment destination is looking for a Warehouse Clerk to join our winning team!
Responsible for properly stocking, distributing, and delivering supplies, mail and materials as ordered by the company’s purchasing authorities.
Duties & Responsibilities:
• Records and signs for shipments, unloads trucks and/or organizes the items that are unloaded.
• Inspects the received goods, making note of any damages and discrepancies, and immediately reporting the same.
• Completes all procedures and paper work for receiving goods on time and accurately; keeps records of all received goods organized.
• Coordinates with transporters and internal departments of the organization for smooth receipt of goods.
• Inputs stock items into computer and stores in the assigned location in or around the warehouse. Marks inventory codes on goods where appropriate.
• Fills supply work orders or requisitions, including checking shelves for items, retrieving the items, asking for proper work order account number, entry of requisitions received and log items out of warehouse inventory.
• Physically counts inventory items to verify accuracy on a regular basis.
• Verifies any clerical computations against physical count of stock; investigates and reports reasons for discrepancy errors in computations or counts.
• Maintains the warehouse in clean and orderly fashion including cleaning floors and dusting shelves.
• Handles incoming and outgoing mail and package shipments; provides assistance to employees who need assistance with shipping items.
• Provides excellent customer service to external suppliers and vendors and internal departments.
• Works independently to perform daily tasks and assignments.
• High school diploma required; 2-3 years of previous receiving experience in a high volume environment is required.
• Must be proficient with MS Office and accounting/inventory tracking systems; previous Micros experience is preferred.
• Must be able to work effectively with peers, staff members, and regulatory agency personnel.
• Strong written and oral communication skills required.
• Ability to solve problems and deal with a variety of situations where only limited standardization exists.
• Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.