The Warehouse Clerk is responsible for performing warehousing activities, inventory control, and recordkeeping.
Rush Truck Centers opens the door to the world of opportunity. We are the largest network of commercial vehicle dealerships across the US representing truck and bus manufacturers. Our franchises include Peterbilt, International, Hino, Isuzu, Ford, IC Bus and Blue Bird. We offer a rewarding career as a leader in the transportation industry. Grow with us as we continue to expand our network of locations and services.
Check in all daily incoming shipments for all vendors by comparing actual count to packing slip.
Post all incoming packing slip into the computer. Follow all company procedures for shortages or damaged parts.
Process all incoming stock orders within 24 hours.
Put away all incoming stock in the appropriate bin location as indicated in the computer. Ensure that all parts put into stock are properly labeled with a barcode bin label.
Locate all new parts posted into stock determine the correct location and make changes in the computer along with labeling new parts.
Check in all incoming interbranch shipments from all branches by comparing actual count to the packing slip.
Process all inter-branch packing slips into the computer. Generate a picking list and places parts in the appropriate area for delivery of shipment.
Dispose of any packing material not needed after each shipment is checked in.
Pull all customer orders as indicated on the picking list and place in either will call, package for shipment, or dispatch for delivery.
Keep the parts warehouse clean and organized. Follow all corporate safety guidelines and policy.
Maintain all parts in "will call" by ensuring that all parts pulled are placed in the appropriate "will call" bin and all paperwork associated with the order is placed with the parts.
Maintain all junk core inventory by ensuring that all cores are checked in and tagged with the customer information, original invoice number and credit memo number. Place all junk cores in the assigned area and returns weekly. Ship or dispatch delivery of all cores to respective vendors.
Dispatch parts drivers to addresses indicated on the sales invoice or purchase order.
Must be able to read a map and develop specific driving directions and instructions to be provided to each driver as needed.
Process and maintain all returns by properly putting up all parts being returned from customers. Ensure that parts are in new re-saleable condition.
Must file freight claims for any shortages or damaged parts received within 24 hours of receipt.
May be required to serve as backup to Parts Driver in the event of absence or emergency delivery.
Pull returns to go back to vendor. Properly package and process for shipping out.
High school diploma or general education diploma (GED).
Three months' related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
If required to drive, for any reason, on behalf of the company, must possess a current and valid driver license with a driving record that meets the insurability guidelines set forth by the company's insurance carrier.
Must be trained and certified by the Company in using our Forklift equipment; and must be certified within 90 days. Law requires Forklift operators to be at least 18 years old.
Must have ability to use a box or cardboard crusher.
Computer literate with the ability to learn and be proficient in any software program utilized by the Company.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
This job posting does not state or imply that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. The employee will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties requested by their leader.