The Warehouse Stock Controller is responsible for putting away inbound receiving product requests using a forklift or order picker. Other duties may include but not limited to, shipping, returns, receiving, light computer work, the use of warehouse equipment and the ability to work well in a team environment.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Puts away all inbound freight
Maintains database, performs physical count of inventory, and reconciles actual stock count to computer-generated reports.
Operates powered industrial forklift/reach truck to transport inventory, unload incoming stock and load orders
Back stocks all incoming freight to respective bin locations
Assists with returns incoming freight when needed
Assists with shipping when needed
Unload/load trucks when needed
Monitors equipment for processes and reports problems to supervisor
Carries out tasks as assigned by the warehouse supervisor / manager
Follows all safety codes and guidelines
Maintains safe and clean work environment by keeping shelves, pallet area, and workstations neat
Demonstrates high degree of professionalism in communication, attitude and teamwork with customers, peers and management
Demonstrates high level of quality work, attendance and appearance
Adheres to all Company Policies & Procedures and Safety Regulations
Adheres to local, state and federal laws
Performs any other duties that may be assigned by management
Understands and complies with all company rules and regulations
High School degree and equivalent work experience
1 - 2 years of shipping & receiving/order picker experience
Knowledge working with POS system Epicor NSB a plus
Strong communicate with management and other employees
Ability to multi-task effectively in a fast-paced environment.
Knowledge of working with computers
Proficiency with inventory/database programs preferred
Able to operate warehouse equipment such as forklift, reach truck, pallet jack, etc
Honesty and Integrity
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: In general, the following physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to allow differently-abled individuals to perform the essential functions of the job.
Standing, walking and squatting less than fifty percent of the work shift
Required to lift, move and carry up to 40 pounds
Ability to read, count and write to accurately complete all documentation and reports
Must be able to see, hear and speak in order to communicate with employees and other customers
Specific vision abilities include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus
Manual dexterity required using hands to finger; handle, feel and type; reach with hands and arms
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Sedentary: Limited activity, no lifting, limited walking
Moderate: Mostly standing, walking, bending, frequent lifting
Light: Office work, some lifting, bending, stooping or kneeling, walking
Arduous: Heavy lifting, bending, crawling, climbing
WORK ENVIRONMENT: In general, the following conditions of the work environment are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to allow differently-abled individuals to perform the essential functions of the job within the environment.
The work space is clean, orderly, properly lighted and ventilated with the proper safety compliance
Noise levels are considered moderate
Boot Barn, Inc. reserves the right to make exceptions to, modify or eliminate this document or its content. This document supersedes all previous policies, procedures or guidelines pertaining to this subject.
I have read and understand the essential functions of the job and know that other duties may be assigned and/or changed at any time.