Stockroom Associate Intern
Stockroom | Blackfoot, ID | Internship
Spudnik Equipment Company LLC is the North American market leader for potato planting, harvesting, and handling equipment – all designed and manufactured in our state of the art facility in Blackfoot, Idaho. We have opportunities for enthusiastic, self-directed, and innovative people who are interested in a satisfying and rewarding career. We are now accepting applications for the following position:
POSITION: Stockroom Associate Intern
LOCATION: Blackfoot, Idaho
The Stockroom Associate Intern is a member of the Stockroom Team which consists of shipping, receiving, and inventory management. The Intern’s main responsibilities involve Stockroom support through improvement projects that increase quality, professionalism, accuracy, timeliness, and safety. Intern will gain knowledge and training in many aspects of supply chain, inventory controls, and warehousing operations by cross training in cross functional processes throughout the warehouse. Other emphasis may be applied to this position such as 5S and Lean principles involving organization of shelves and aisles to best utilize available space, reduce pick times, increase quality, and maintain safety. The Intern will be available for shift-work and as-needed work schedules where appropriate in order to respond to the needs of internal and external customers. Intern will demonstrate a high level of responsibility and is expected to work effectively with other team members.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned as necessary.
- Assist the Stockroom Team in receiving, handling, storing, and moving inventory both physically and electronically within the warehouse to appropriate product locations;
- Work with the receiving team to identify old or new parts and create internal documentation as needed;
- Perform daily cycle count, working to investigate and resolve errors in a timely manner and update results as appropriate;
- Place requisition orders for tools/consumables for Production as necessary;
- Assist in sustaining improvement processes involved with receiving transactions, physical organization, product identification and staging of parts;
Effectively use ERP system software and additional software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports to optimize collection and aggregation of production information;
Play an active role in checking source documents for accuracy and report, investigate, and resolve discrepancies to ensure data integrity and that security policies are followed;
Accurately record, track, and report departmental time cards and time card discrepancies in order to maintain current and accurate job time logs for each production department and deliver to logs production managers and supervisors on a daily basis;
Process weekly reconciliation reports for production departments;
Gather and process pick lists for Assembly, Weld, and Jig Weld departments and review and process Master Assembly Part list, entering highlighted job information into Syteline;
Work in conjunction with Production Control department to process completed job order details including returns, pick lists, and time sheets;
Maintain a continual supply of time cards, rework sheets, and pink sheets for Assembly, Paint, and Stockroom departments.
Previous Production experience preferred;
Perform 10-Key by touch and type 45 wpm;
Fluent in basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division);
Ability to successfully manage multiple projects and deadlines;
Excellent troubleshooting, critical thinking, and analytical skills;
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;
Ability to effectively work with ERP system, spreadsheets, word processing documents, database management software, and other applicable computer systems and software.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Light work involving:
Sitting Handling Talking Repetitive motion
Standing Walking Stooping Pushing
Typing Lifting Kneeling Grasping
TYPICAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Activities generally occur inside a production office environment. The worker is subject to inside environmental conditions typical of a manufacturing environment. There is protection from weather conditions but not necessarily from temperature changes. There may be sufficient noise at times to cause the worker to shout in order to be heard above the ambient noise level. The production shop environment includes a variety of physical conditions such a proximity to moving mechanical parts, electrical current, and working on scaffolding or other high places. The employee may be exposed to one or more of the following conditions that affect the respiratory system or the skin: fumes, odors, dust mists, gases or poor ventilation. There is air and/or skin exposure to oils and other cutting fluids.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/16/2016
TO APPLY: Apply online at www.spudnik.com via the Careers page