United Cooperative Service is accepting applications for the position of Part-Time Storekeeper in the Cleburne Cooperative Planning and Procurement Department.
Please note: This part-time position will work no more than 20 total hours a week; Morning Shift (8am - 12pm) are preferred.
This position maintains the warehouse inventory system ensuring materials are correctly stored and available on request and provides preventative maintenance of office facilities. This position also coordinates contractor delivery/pickup and crane scheduling.
Maintains warehouse regarding adequate inventory levels by identifying over 1,000 separate items classified as major and minor electric distribution material.
Ensures that inventory is stored safely and accessible.
Compares material shipments with packing lists for accuracy.
Performs facilities maintenance and repair on a routine basis.
Participate in reviewing current operation and safety policies and procedures for content and or/effectiveness and/or compliance with criteria that has been determined by management. Reviews may be assigned by the employee’s supervisor and may be based on changes in processes and/or to meet safety and operational goals.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities.
The Part-time Storekeeper shall be required to perform any other duties assigned to fulfill the objectives of the Cooperative.
Operations: Pulls material for jobs and communicates availability of materials to operations.
Storekeepers: Communicates with storekeepers concerning task completion.
Consumer-Members: Courteously answers questions, and if unable to do so, refers them to the appropriate person.
Facilities Contractors: Works to ensure contractors performing facility maintenance work perform work as directed by the Facilities Director and at times will direct facilities contractor's work to be performed.
Electrical Contractors: Communicates the availabilities of jobs and coordinates the pickup of materials including crane rentals.
Outside Truck Drivers: Communicates expectations as well as unload and load material safely and efficiently.
Job Knowledge, Training and Experience: Requires high school diploma or equivalent Must be fully competent in their knowledge of appropriate cooperative safety rules, regulations, and policies to perform fieldwork as indicated in the above job responsibilities section. Safety rules and regulations are detailed in the TJ&S Loss Control Program Safety Handbook, the American Public Power Association Safety manual and the National Electric Safety Code.
Equipment Operated: Must operate office equipment. Must be able to operate forklift. Must have a current Texas driver’s license without violations that would prohibit insurability.
Abilities and Skills: Requires ability to organize and track large inventories of materials, reorder supplies at the appropriate time, and keep updated records and reports. Must have the organizational skills to coordinate electrical contractor’s needs, internal operations needs, facility needs, and facility contractor needs. Must be able to deal with a variety of people in varying situations with tact and diplomacy.
Physical Effort: Must be able to perform all activities listed in the job description with or without reasonable accommodation. Occasionally climbs up to 8 feet. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Working Conditions: This position is performed in a warehouse and outdoors. Frequent exposure to moving mechanical parts, outside weather conditions and vibration. Occasional exposure to hot or humid conditions, high precarious places, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals and risk of explosives. Noise level is usually moderate.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer
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