Stock Clerk I (#RC2000)
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$17.85-$21.70 Hourly / $3,094.47-$3,761.35 Monthly / $37,133.73-$45,136.28 Yearly


Under immediate supervision performs a variety of heavy duty messenger services; assists stock clerks in moving office furniture, equipment, and file cabinets; does other work as required.


This is the entry-level class in the Stock Clerk series. It is distinguished from the next higher level class of Stock Clerk II in that the duties of the latter class include a variety of clerical tasks such as checking goods received against invoices, filling requisitions, assisting in physical inventories and keeping records of goods received and issued. Stock Clerk I duties are primarily manual duties.


  • Loads cart with client case files and delivers to various locations; assists clerical employees in sorting client case files into boxes; loads boxes on cart and delivers to a central point or to individual workers.
  • Picks up and delivers a variety of materials including heavy boxes to and from the Courthouse; delivers material to various departmental locations.
  • Assists stock clerks in moving heavy file cabinets, desks, and other office furniture and equipment; assists stock clerks in unloading vendor deliveries of files, desks, and other office equipment.
  • Relieves stock clerks on mail runs to outlying offices in case of vacation or illness; loads heavy boxes and supplies into delivery van.
  • May perform miscellaneous unskilled or semi-skilled laboring tasks in the assembling, repair, or adjustment of the departmental equipment, tools, or supplies.
  • May perform routine janitorial duties as required.


License or Certificates:  Possession of a valid California driver's license.


Traffic rules and regulations; safe methods of lifting heavy objects; safe work practices relating to performance of manual tasks.


See numbers and letters accurately and in sequence; sort case folders accurately; keep material confidential; follow oral and written directions; work well with others; and lift heavy objects.


San Joaquin County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and, upon request, will consider reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.

CLASS: RC2000; EST: 1/14/1976;