Material Management Specialist

Warehouse Worker

Recruitment #220615-F20B-I08


This position is located in Custer County, District 5 

Salary: $33,000/year

Job Duties:
Research contracts for warehouse items to be purchased; receives, unloads, and checks stock into the warehouse; enters time and transactions into AgileAssets for items; fills want lists for 19 work units; conducts monthly inventory counts and cleans warehouse.

Basic Purpose
Positions in this job family are assigned responsibilities involving the management, from acquisition to disposal, of all supplies and equipment used to support an institution or agency. These responsibilities include procurement, receipt, storage, control, issuance, inventory,  delivery of material, equipment, records, agency mail, and other supplies used to support agency business practices.

Typical Functions
Receives, issues, ships and arranges materials, equipment, records, agency mail and other supplies in proper locations using machinery as needed.
•Provides centralized mail services and /or performs centralized printing functions.
•Inspects items for conformance with specifications.
•Conducts inventories, maintains records, files reports, and performs administrative duties.
•Assists requisitioners in preparation of specifications.
•Acts as liaison to the agency purchasing agent/Central Purchasing.
•Supervises and trains subordinate personnel and edits requisitions and purchase orders.
•Confers with department heads, vendors, and outside agencies concerning purchases, deliveries, and acceptability of supplies.
•Coordinates with other units/divisions as needed to clarify policy, procedure and determine status for a wide range of?service and support related requests, which may?include?the?acquisition, storage, disbursement and/or?disposal?of assets and?records.

Level Descriptor
This is the career level where employees perform responsible work at the full-performance level, and may provide assistance or training to others.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Competencies
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required at this level include knowledge of simple arithmetic; of the English language; of storage methods and procedures; of inventory methods and techniques and maintaining detailed inventory records; of warehousing practices and techniques; of stock handling; of the operation of warehouse equipment; and of stock identification methods. Ability is required to write simple reports; to follow oral or written instructions; to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; to store and warehouse a variety of supplies; to maintain detailed inventory records; to maintain accurate warehouse records; and to follow oral and written instructions. Skill is required to operate a forklift.

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Education and Experience requirements at this level are none.



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