Receives, stores, delivers, kits, moves, reports progress and inventories of materials and supplies.
Prepares assembly kits to meet pre-scheduled release dates using pick list. Selects stock using first in-first out system, checks and records solderability date, vendor date code (when required) and quantity issued. Interfaces with materials and production personnel to resolve materials shortages. Inspects completed kit to ensure that any engineering change orders affecting parts are incorporated and releases to production floor.
Responds and researches requests for materials needed for engineering or production programs. Works from computerized reports, parts lists, engineering drawings, engineering change orders and written instructions to identify sources for parts and materials required.
Reviews or records debits or credits to material inventories to track materials returned, transferred or removed from inventory. Re-labels stock to reflect changes.
Audits inventory records for accuracy on a regular basis. Checks actual stock against amounts recorded. Notifies inventory coordinator or supervisor of unresolved discrepancies.
Responds to telephone, computerized or window requests for materials needed as the result of shortages on the production floor or engineering areas. Verifies inventory availability, locates material and package parts for pickup or delivery to other facilities.
Receives materials/supplies and counts to verify that quantity received matches receiving document. Records receipt of material on-line, manually or via a batch transaction to ensure timely updates to inventory.
Anticipates or responds to material shortages due to loss, change management, damage or defect in order to prevent work stoppages within assigned production areas.
Ensures that materials are properly packaged or repackaged in accordance with MCS 525 and 542, when necessary, in electrostatic bags or as otherwise specified. Labels and stocks in specified bins or fills back-order requirements, both for the assembly floor or kits in process.
Maintains and updates job progress and status records, and notifies management of impending delays. Prepares periodic or special reports on schedule, compliance, orders, status, etc., as required.
Ensures that all required materials are properly identified with safety stickers in conformance with Company and OSHA guidelines. Maintains and updates MSDS documentation.
Delivers completed assembly kits to assembly floor and releases to work-in-process (WIP).
Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Two (2) years’ experience inventory control
Ability to lift and move materials weighing up to fifty (50) pounds.
Ability to stand for long periods of time
Basic Microsoft Office
In order to be considered for this opportunity, you must obtain and maintain security clearance, which requires USA Citizenship.
Experience with electronic equipment, hand tools, and fixturing
Preference given to those in Aerospace or Defense Industry