• Read production schedules, inventory reports, and work orders to determine type and quantity of materials required, availability of stock, and order priority. • Read and interpret Bills of Material (BOM’s), job notes, and prints. • Confer with department supervisors and production coordinators to determine overdue materials, parts and daily material needs. • Pull and deliver water spider and kitted parts to work cells. • Label all racks, part bins, and shelves in storage areas and work cells. • Examine material received, verify part numbers, and check discrepancies, such as damaged or unmarked parts. • Perform cycle counts and inventory audits. • Use inventory scanning system to scan into/out of locations.
• Ability to work SAFELY. • Ability to read and understand written material including production, inspection procedures, SPB's, and Bills of Material (BOM’s). • Ability to meet specified production standards. • Ability to hear and understand oral instructions. • Ability to open and navigate through mainframe and other materials computer programs, including AMAPS, Order Editor, etc. • Ability to make inspections of work performed to maintain quality standards. • Prefer minimum one year of material handling experience and one year forklift/towmotor experience. • Must be able to operate material handling equipment.