Storekeeper II (#RC2012)
$25.12-$30.54 Hourly / $4,354.52-$5,292.95 Monthly / $52,254.34-$63,515.48 Yearly


Under direction, supervises and operates a departmental stores unit; and performs related or other work as required in accordance with Rule 3, Section of the Civil Service Rules.


An employee in this class assigned to a large department where the inventory is technical and diversified or where the inventory control records are complex.


  • Supervises the receiving, checking, storing, and issuing of supplies and equipment; assigns and evaluates work of storeroom personnel; trains personnel.
  • Develops working procedures to ensure efficiency of operations; ensures that requirements for specific temperatures, humidity and light are met and that storage areas are secure against loss.
  • Maintains inventory control records indicating quantity on hand, maximum and minimum stock levels and usage dates; posts records of items received and issued; maintains financial records; prepares reports, cost summaries and correspondence.
  • Prepares purchase orders for supplies and equipment; uses maintenance manuals and parts catalogues to obtain information required for purchasing; may make direct purchases.
  • Investigates complaints regarding quantity or quality of goods received.


Experience: Five years in receiving, storing and issuing a variety of stores items and in keeping stock records, at least two of which must have been operating a small stores unit or assisting with the operation of a large unit.

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


Storekeeping methods and procedures; basic mathematics, procedures used in maintaining inventory records; safe methods of lifting heavy objects and performing manual tasks; basic principles of supervision and training.


Develop procedures; read and understand job related material; lift and move heavy objects; assign, review and evaluate the work of others; work with others.


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: RC2012; EST: 12/29/1965; REV: 3/11/1981;