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ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America

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Receiving Clerk


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OMJ Job Number/Reference Code: 3623595

Desired Skills/Duties: Your responsibilities Summary: The Receiving Clerk is responsible for the receipt verification and recording of parts and components that are delivered to the Bilstein Fulfillment Center (BFC). Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Checks and unloads all incoming shipments at the Bilstein Fulfillment Center (BFC). Compares information on the packing slip with the purchase order to verify accuracy of shipment. Unpacks and breaks down boxes received in to ensure products are placed in the appropriate stock levels before placed back into the warehouse racking system. Inspects the contents of deliveries to ensure they are undamaged. Stages received in parts by identify and labeling their assigned location to be relocated to (e.g. quality control, subcontractors, put-aways). Interfaces with various tracking websites to download required paperwork for receiving in parts and components. Inputs received parts into the computer system (SAP) properly and maintains proper documentation for accounts payable. Assist with the coordination of vendors to schedule dock times and maintain a dock schedule. Collaborates with Material Planners to deal with any high priority shipments scheduled. Operates the forklift when needed to move product or assist with unloading trucks. Receives in returns from the main plant and sub-contractors and reslots them back into inventory racking system. Assist in other workstations to fulfill production needs as necessary. Works closely with Warehouse Supervisor to eliminate waste and increase overall efficiencies. Ensures compliance and safety of all activities within the organization standards and policies. Performs all other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Your profile Qualifications & Experience: Experience receiving in products using a WarehouseManagement System application functionality to input and track products receivied in. Experience accessing information on a computer and reviewing documenters for accuracy and completeness. Experience in working with large ERP systems (SAP in WM module preferred). Experience working in a warehouse environment safely operating facility material handling equipment (e.g. forklift, pallet jacks, automated storage & retrieval systems, carousel) and picking and packing equipment (e.g. scanner, scale, tape machine). Experience operating various forklifts (order filler, stand-up reach, sit down electric, scissor lift). Knowledge of Microsoft Office Products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Possesses good hand-eye coordination and is able to perform detailed work with a strong attention to detail and quality. Position is required to work efficiently in a fast pace, multi-tasking environment, while keeping correct data. Position is requird to be able to lift up to 40 pounds, perform repetitious duties and walk or stand for long periods of time on a daily basis and work in various tempertature conditions (heat, humidity, cold) consistent with a warehouse environment. Accuracy and efficiency when completing data entry tasks. Interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work and communicate effectively with all levels within and outside the organization. Information management skills with the ability to collect information, communicate it and process it to enable managers to make a quicker and better decision. Independent & organized work style with the ability to effectively manage time, prioritize work responsibilities, assume and manage multiple tasks without close supervision, and meet deadlines. Highly organized with ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Exhibits integrity through fair and ethical behaviors in all activities; maintains accountability for performance. Strong attention to detail with well-developed organizational and communication skills. Education: High School Diploma or G.E.D required.

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