We are currently looking to fill a Receiving Coordinator position with a Tulsa Company: the ideal candidate will have at least year of experience as a warehouse/material coordinator for an industrial facility. The primary job responsibility of the Receiving Coordinator is to receive various raw materials and jobbing items into the plant from outside sources. All incoming items must be physically placed in the designated location within the facility and properly accounted for in the computer system.
Companies all over the world rely on our client’s products for durable, high-quality industrial and architectural paint solutions. Our client’s products carry the “Earth Care” seal to demonstrate their commitment to environmental quality and deep-rooted sense of responsibility to communities, employees, and customers.
Shift: 1st, Monday – Friday
Hours: 6:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Overtime: Some Possible
Starting Pay: $12.00 per hour to start, option to go to $13 once permanent
Receiving Coordinator Essential Job Responsibilities:
- Direct incoming trucks to the proper dock area. Unload trucks using the proper equipment.
- Able to skillfully operate standard warehouse equipment including forklift and pallet jacks
- Check freight against invoice, record any variances and look for damaged freight.
- input all incoming materials into the computer system and place the received items into the proper stock area.
- Check for overstock and maintain accurate physical inventory; report to the purchasing department every week
- Keep the receiving area and equipment clean. Discard old pallets, cardboard, etc.
- Make sure the equipment used to transfer material is in good working condition.
- Use proper grounding procedures and make sure the tanks will hold the amount of material to be received.
Receiving Coordinator Requirements/Qualifications:
- Well-developed communication skills both oral and written are required to communicate effectively.
- Must be flexible, follow directions and at the same time, have the ability to communicate plans or problems to the proper authority.
- The position can be physically demanding and may require physical exertion, requiring lifting containers or boxes up to 75 pounds.
- Strong understanding of material handling safety procedures when handling potentially dangerous chemicals.
Climate Controlled Facility? No
Safety Equipment Required: PPE Provided by Company, Safety Glasses
Required Education Level: High School – GED
Material Data Safety Sheets are essential to any warehouse job: here is an in-depth explanation from OSHA about what should be on a valid MSDS sheet. Always be aware of the proper First-Aid and Fire-Fighting measures for the chemicals you work with – it could save a life some day!
Everybody cares about safety, especially Barracuda Staffing! One surefire way to get your resume noticed and even to nail an interview is to point out the safety techniques you employ on a day-to-day basis. Here is a great reference on forklift safety from OSHA that can give you the talking points you could bring up: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/pit/operations/maneuvering.html#safe_travel
What is “5S” and why should you care? If you work for a manufacturing company that produces for major government contractors, chances are good those contractors will make site visits from time to time to audit your organization. If your department/area routinely displays the standard “5S” principles, it can make all the difference in having a successful audit and winning new business. If you don’t already, put these 5S Practices
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