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Warehouse Clerk

Warehouse Clerk (Shipping and Receiving)Warehouse Clerk Job Summary:Warehouse Shipping & Receiving Clerk accepts and processes incoming stock orders. Performs all functions related to the receipt and storage of factory sourced parts, accessories and related material.Warehouse Clerk Core Responsibilities:Safeguard organizational and personal information confidentiality;Respect and follow the company's business orientation, policies, rules and values;Contribute to the attainment of company objectives through efficient use of resources;Foster teamwork and improved communication between sectors;Develop professional and technical skills on an ongoing basis;Act as a worthy representative of Prévost at all times.Warehouse Clerk Responsibilities:Receives incoming orders, checks for damages or missing components of shipments and processes QM claims timely.Receives, documents and stores inbound shipments from factory in a timely and efficient manner.Puts parts into inventory location. Retrieves back-ordered items form inbound shipments. Identifies back-order customers and processes to back-order by packaging, invoicing and shipping.Processes customer orders that are part of incoming stock orders and advise appropriate parts specialist. Assists with inventory administration. Monitors and adjusts inventory levels as necessary, and performs cycle counts to maintain accuracy.Maintains work area and environment clean and ordered. Participates in job-related training exercises when appropriate or necessary.Insures forklift is in good operating order.Checks customer RGA”s for damages or missing components and processes timely.Participate in Operational Development team activities.Various other tasks as assigned.Warehouse Clerk Minimum Education Required:High School diploma or equivalentWarehouse Clerk Minimum Years of Experience Required:2 years of relevant work related experienceWarehouse Physical Requirements:Able to lift 35Able to stand for long periods of timeAble to be mobile through the warehouse and parts departmentAble to tolerate extreme local temperatures

VolvoAuto Sweden Sa • South Plainfield, U.S.

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Warehouse Specialist/Shipping Clerk (Canal Road Warehouse)

Graham Packaging is a leading manufacturer of sustainable packaging. From the kitchen to the laundry room, Graham Packaging is part of your everyday life. They’re the kind of people you want as your friends and neighbors as well as your partners and suppliers. By building strong relationships and creating value for our customers, our employees embody the innovative spirit that’s inherent to Graham. We truly are people building a better tomorrow.OverviewGraham Packaging Company is looking for a Warehouse Specialist/Shipping Clerk based in York, PA (Canal Road Warehouse). This opening is for night shift, which operates during the hours of 7pm to 7am. This position will operate a Forklift.Warehouse Specialist/Shipping Clerks monitor all aspects of shipping, warehousing, and the movement of freight while maintaining high standards of safety, quality, and service. The primary duties of a Warehouse Specialist/Shipping Clerk include:Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices.Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices.Coordinate with Supervisor to generate orders for all daily shipments.Direct and load outgoing trucks per schedule and manage paperwork.Direct, unload, and store incoming materials and deliveries.Gain understanding of sales orders and releases with Supervisor and customer logistic contact.Operate forklift equipment with best, safe practices.Ensure timely, organized, accurate plant receiving and record keeping.Assist Supervisor in researching receiving and inventory matters.Support Supervisor in maintaining perpetual inventory systems and perform physical inventories.Support Supervisor in unloading, changeover of resin railcars and in preparing BOLComplete data entry and record keeping with SAP and various spreadsheets.Maintaining GMP Warehouse Standards.Send outbound materials with associated paperwork.Receive dunnage and conduct routine dunnage counts at the various sites.Coordinate with Supervisor on storage, sale, and shipment of regrind, purging, and clean floor sweepings.Conduct floor audits with shift end Forklift Operators to review damaged product.Backup and assist Warehouse Lead with shipment of outbound / inbound UPS/Fed-Ex packages.Input purchase orders into system in ID Buy and track until product delivery.Shipping Clerk Responsibilities:Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices.Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices.Enter correct information on bill of lading and fax to customers as required.Contact customers and common carriers as required.Coordinate shipments to Customers and Warehouse.Responsible for all the paperwork connected with the warehouse function including bills of lading, freight bills, location records, unit load patterns, customer overage or shortage complaints, supply inventory records, and notifies all applicable department Managers.Take part in physical inventories as needed.Assist in normal daily Shipping operations as needed.Communicate all conditions that may affect the quality of product to Supervisor and/or Plant Manager.Receive incoming supplies and materials as required; deliver to specific departments as needed.Enter correct information on Certificate of Compliance and fax to customer as needed.Create manual bill of ladings, sales orders and provide proof of delivery as needed.Check on outgoing carriers and assign dock door. Coordinate outgoing shipments with the Forklift Operator.Ensure all loads go out on time with the correct materials, in shippable condition.Ensure all product that may be damaged in the warehouse or shipping operations are properly handled via the HFI procedure.Ensure all production is properly logged into the Warehouse Management System.Informs Scheduling and Production when there are discrepancies in the Warehouse Management System, especially if they will directly affect customer shipments.Help provide training assistance for new Warehouse/ Shipping personnel.Ensures all shipping costs are accurately recorded.Orders operational supplies in such a way as to avoid running out or having too much inventory.QualificationsPreferred one year related experience . Shipping Clerks are required to interact with managers, employees, vendors, and customers. Therefore, the following skills and proficiencies are also essential requirements of the position:Ability to maintain regular, predictable, and punctual attendance.Computer usage and typing skills are essential.Excellent verbal and written communication, including the ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers.Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines, while maintaining a positive attitude and providing exemplary customer service.Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines, and standard accepted practices.Communicates effectively: conveys facts and information clearly both verbally and orally.

Careerbuilder • York, U.S.

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Transport Officer

About usAt Sydney Trains our vision is to keep Sydney moving by putting the customer at the centre of everything we do. We work at the heart of local communities and integrate cutting edge technology to deliver efficient rail services which exceed expectations and support a rapidly growing economy. Sydney Trains also operate the Rail Operations Centre and are responsible for the maintenance of assets including tracks, trains, signals, overhead wiring, stations and facilities. We conduct our operations in the community in compliance with the principles of ecologically sustainable development.The OpportunitySydney Trains is currently looking for Transport Officers to join their established team in the Fair Compliance Unit. This role is public service focused and fair compliance at its best. As a Transport Officer, you’ll help our customers travelling each day, and educate them on travel conditions when need be. We will teach you everything you need to know about the role, however to be successful, you will need to demonstrate exceptional communication and conflict resolution skills, and see every customer as an individual.So, what could your work day look like? Check out our Information Pack  to see if this is the right role for you.Do you have what it takes?Transport Officers are friendly and approachable. They are fair to others, and embrace the diversity NSW has to offer. They also understand that conditions apply when travelling on public transport, and that they are required to educate customers and issue fines and cautions when these conditions are not being followed.This is not a desk job – each day you will move about our network and interact with our customers and other transport teams, including station staff and bus drivers.But this role also has its challenges. Transport Officers promote fare compliance for New South Wales’ ever-growing public transport network. As a Transport Officer, you will need to educate customers from all walks of life on travel conditions and at times issue fines and cautions – a tough conversation to say the least. To do this, Transport Officers must be skilled communicators, and display empathy and resilience, while never losing focus in order to provide each and every customer with a safe and pleasant travel experience.If you love helping and interacting with people on a daily basis, then this might just be the role for you. This is a role where you can really make a difference!Benefits of being a Transport OfficerTransport Officers enjoy an exciting role where no two days are the same. Transport Officers work in small teams and are out and about on all modes of the public transport network all day, every day, rain, hail or shine. The role offers great work/life balance across morning and afternoon shifts.Your base location will be Redfern while we provide you with all the necessary training to see you succeed. Following this, you may be able to join a team which starts and finishes on the network at a location which is closer to home.Please review the Role Description for a full overview of the role.Why work for Sydney Trains?Sydney Trains is a world-class organisation with one shared vision - to keep Sydney moving. The Fare Compliance Unit of Sydney Trains operates across all modes of transport including Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink, Buses, Lightrail, Ferries and Sydney Metro, providing a broad insight into Transport as an organisation. Sydney Trains doesn’t just provide jobs, but genuine career opportunities. On successful appointment to this position, you will be enrolled to complete a Certificate III in Customer Engagement (BSB30215) while working.The important stuff:$65,211 per annum + 10% superannuation + annual leave loading + shift allowances + shift loading as applicable (this is approximately an extra $8,000 per annum)Free unlimited travel on all Trains, Buses, Ferries, LightRail and Sydney Metro within the Opal networkRostered 5 weeks Annual LeaveAn additional rostered day off each month

JORA • Sydney, Australia

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Process Technician (New College Graduate)

GLOBALFOUNDRIES is seeking a highly motivated new college graduate. Process Technician to support and maintain the Process Equipment and WIP within FAB10. The Process Technician is responsible for the monitoring of all WIP processed thru the Tools, Responding to Holds and Inhibits, Reworking Lots and Tool Recovery. The individual will also work closely with the FAB10 Manufacturing and Logistics Teams to support and optimize processing needs in the FAB.Successful candidates will be self-motivated problem-solver with experience in FAB controls and holds. They will work in a dynamic and collaborative environment requiring strong teaming skills with engineers, managers, and production members.Essential Responsibilities\:Process wafers using defined procedures, including Rework of wafersReview Statistical Process Control charts for process quality and react to Out of Control conditions including defect troubleshootingPerform Leica inspectionsRecover from process and tool interruptionsProcess Lot Holds and Inhibits using defined proceduresApply problem solving methodologies to identify solutions to Wafer Defects, cycletime, and equipment utilization.Complete all required reporting and documentationUnderstand and follow all health, safety, and environmental procedures and requirementsActively participate in continuous improvement processes, learning and skills developmentPerform all activities in a safe and responsible manner and support all Environmental, Health, Safety & Security requirements and programs.Qualification:Required Qualifications\:Education\: Bachelors Degree in Science, Engineering, Semi-Conductor Manufacturing or a related discipline or Military Equivalent.Experience\: 0-2 years of relevant experienceAble to lift a minimum of 30 pounds on a periodic basis throughout the shift (preventive maintenance) and/or process issues ability to perform maintenance activities, and work in the standing position for majority of a 8 hour shift (excluding breaks).Fluency in English - written and verbalPreferred Qualifications\:Candidates will have functional and technical experience with SiView products, experience with other MES consideredDemonstrated excellent analytical skills and ability to communicate well with engineering and management teamsExperience in Semiconductor/Manufacturing domain is preferred

Careerbuilder • Poughkeepsie, U.S.

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Manager, Import operations

Sony Electronics, Inc. look for the risk-takers, the collaborators, the inspired and the inspirational. We want the people who are brave enough to work at the cutting edge and create solutions that will enrich and improve the lives of people across the globe. So, if you want to make the world say wow, let's talk.Expert, Import OperationsSony's Purpose is simple. We aim to fill the world with emotion, through the power of creativity and technology. We want to be responsible for getting hearts racing, stirring ambition, and putting a smile on the faces of our customers. That challenge, combined with our spirit of innovation, motivated us to create groundbreaking technology, entertainment, and services for people worldwide.Our history as a global brand had been built around employees that all have a passion for touching peoples' lives, and pride in pushing beyond that status quo to produce truly extraordinary results.ResponsibilitiesOversees day to day Import activity for Sony Electronics, with additional support for sister Sony organizations (Sony Interactive Entertainment, Sony Latin America, Sony Biotechnology, Hawkeye, Takeoff Point).Interfaces with internal Legal Counsel, Finance Group, Parent Company (Sony Corporation - TYO), overseas Sony affiliates (Singapore, Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Thailand), and provides updates as necessary with changes to import regulations; resolves problems and provides suggestions to enhance the import flow.Communicates with internal and external customers, freight forwarders, customs officers, and other government agencies when operational support is needed.Helps to ensure legal compliance and establishes import controls adhering to government rules and regulations for all shipments. Manages the timely processing of import clearance and entry filings with our Customs Brokers. Helps to manage financial reconciliations to ensure accurate and timely payment of duties and taxes to US Customs.Provides financial reports to SNA's Finance, and Trade Strategy and Compliance Groups, and retains accurate information for record keeping and future audits.Performs audits to ensure correct payment of duties, taxes, and fees to US Customs. Provides leadership and guidance to 3rd party support team. Directs support team to complete assignments using established guidelines, procedures, and policies. Provides support and backs up support roles when needed.Supports the management of 3rd party vendors (Fed Ex Trade Networks, QuestaWeb / Descartes, MJ Carrillo, etc.). Conducts regular meetings with vendor partners to discuss KPI, initiatives, and topics related to compliance, customs clearance, and other import related matters. Conducts reviews of the third party's operations and SOPs. Helps to ensure that team goals are achieved according to established guidelines, procedures, and policies.Creates, updates, maintains, and socializes Sony’s Import procedure manual to 3rd party support team and other stakeholders. Supports project management initiatives, helping to develop and execute project plans.Uses knowledge and experience to provide guidance; focus on process improvement utilizing PDCA methodology.May be asked to provide compliance training to internal Business units, Staff members, and 3rd party affiliates.Minimum RequirementsBA/BS Business, Supply Chain (or similar)5+ years Import Operations work experienceAbility to manage complex situations with internal and external stakeholdersProficiency with Microsoft Office suitePreferred Skills U.S. Customs Brokerage License or Certified Customs Specialist CertificateExperience with SAP ERP, QuestaWeb Import applicationsExperience with process improvement initiatives using PDCA methodologyProject management experience; SmartsheetExperience with Analytics; Power BI

Sony Electronics Inc. • San Diego, u.s.

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FedEx Operations - Packaging

Come for a job and stay for a career! FedEx Ground is part of the rapidly growing warehouse and transportation sector that helps keep America, and our economy, moving. Be part of a winning team and workplace community that cares about who you are as an individual, and your safety in the workplace.Perks and Benefits at FedEx GroundCompetitive wages paid weekly for both full and part time opportunities$5,250 tuition reimbursement every year with no lifetime cap! All employees are eligible for this awesome benefit on their first day of employment!Generous paid time off program – work your way up to 5 weeks of PTO a year!Medical, dental and vision benefits after a short waiting period.Flexible scheduling that helps balance your work and personal life.Valuable employee discounts on things like cell phone plans, electronics, cars and restaurants.Free Purple Pathways career development program for all FedEx Ground employees.Paid parental leave for both moms and dads!Employee networks, and diversity, equity and inclusion programs available for all employees.What you can expect at FedEx Ground:Fast paced and physical warehouse work – why pay for a gym membership when you can get paid while working out?Warehouse duties include loading, unloading, and sorting of packages of various sizes.Part time FedEx Ground employees work one shift a day; full time FedEx Ground employees work two shifts.Shift lengths vary based on package volume – generally part time employees work between 3 and 6 hours a day. Full time employees can expect to work between 6 and 10 hours.Overtime paid after 40 hours a week.Reasonable accommodations are available for qualified individuals with disabilities.Up to $19.00/hour**Rate of pay includes:  A pay enhancement of $1.50 per hour for hours worked between 10:00 PM and 10:00 AM A pay enhancement of $1 per hour for full-time package handlers

Careerbuilder • Minneapolis, U.S.

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Pharmacy Care Technician

Description:Positions in this function perform various duties related to the fulfillment of prescription orders. Dispense any or all of the following: unit doses, specialty pharmaceuticals, injectables, IV, enterals and related supplies following state and federal regulations and company policies and procedures. May compound medications using appropriate components, supplies and sterile/ventilated environment. Process, pack and ship outgoing pharmacy orders, ensuring drug, related supplies and patient collateral (education materials) are included. May also perform drug/supply ordering and inventory/warehouse duties, including proper storage of drugs and supplies and appropriate refrigeration of perishable product, monitor and adjust/calibrate pharmacy equipment, fill dispensing units. - Clerks, Techs and Pharmacists in regional and local pharmacies may also perform the following as permitted by state regulation: Prep and scan documents, verify member/patient data, submit prescription orders in computer system. Contact members/patients to validate data, resolve rejected claims, request payment information, establish priority of order or delivery details, consult on medication issues, and set up treatment in on-site facilities. Interpret provider prescription and create order, access, input and retrieve prescription and medical/lab information from computer system, verifies whether order/drug is reimbursable/covered.- Pharmacists monitor and verify all prescription orders upon creation and dispensing. Calibrate dosing pumps.- Pharmacists in this function may also act as the Pharmacist-in-Charge (PIC) which has additional duties to ensure Pharmacy is in compliance with federal and state regulations, professional standards and internal procedures. Note: (If duties are exclusively Rx order creation use Front Pharmacy job function for Clerks, Techs and Supervisors.) Navigate in and between internal and external computer systems quickly to respond to questions or find drug benefit or clinical information -Process prescriptions or prior authorization cases through on-line systems -Enter data (e.g., member or clinical) into computer systems that is used for making automated or clinical decisions -Utilize phone systems effectively to answer, make or transfer calls -Demonstrate proficiency in navigating basic computer systems (e.g., Microsoft Office software) -Review cases, orders, or prescriptions as they are received to determine urgency and accuracy -Review orders, prescriptions, or clinical information to make claim determinations, potential patient interventions, or prescription interpretations and approvals -Consult with members or others on medication use and appropriate interventions -Review claims processing status and reasons for rejections -Interpret and apply clinical guidelines or data to make judgments (e.g., approve prior authorizations, approve prescriptions, identify clinical interventions) -Make clinical decisions or recommendations (e.g., approvals/denials/incomplete for lack of information decisions)

Careerbuilder • Lenexa, U.S.

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Whse Oper Coord

Yamaha has an excellent opportunity for a Warehouse Operations Coordinator to join our Logistics team in Kennesaw GA. The Warehouse Operations Coordinator will monitor and report on finished goods warehouse operations in assigned regions to ensure that they are performing consistently with YMUS objectives and expectations. Resolution of logistics related problems for dealers, inventory control, sales groups, and warehouse operations in the assigned regions. JSOX and Ernst & Young audit resolution and reconciliation. Assist with warehouse projects in all regions. Specific duties include, but are not limited to:Monitor warehouse operations in assigned regions: daily activities, dealer shipments, aged orders, open TO’s, cancellations, in-transit report, customer returns/repos, discrepant materials, OS&D (over, short and damaged), lost units, damaged units, negative inventory status, switched crates, and R Drive follow up. Implement and monitor weekly system generated warehouse cycle counts.Process billing for switched crates and lost unit claims. Assist in investigating and correcting cross-dock errors, transfers, or inbound receipts. Assist with the processing of dealer returns, Loan Pool returns, and repossessions.Assist with warehouse projects on a national basis. Monitor progress and review ‘hold code status’ on a continuing basis to ensure that all reworked units are returned to On Hand Available status at the end of the project.JSOX audit resolution and reconciliation for the assigned regions. Conduct physical inventories, inventory reconciliation, and audit product on hold file to ensure proper classification by warehouses. Research product shrinkage and damage at warehouses. Prepare, process, and collect claims against finished goods warehouses for loss and damage. Supply documents for monthly audits on paper-warehouses, in-transit report, and dealer returns/repos. Assist Ernst & Young with physical audits and reconciliation for assigned region. Answer and supply other documentation required from Ernst & Young.Research and solve dealer problems that involve Sales, Logistics, Credit, Warranty, and YMFUS disputes.Interface with Sales Assistants for accommodation holds and order cancellations in assigned regions. Assist Loan Pool with damage unit requests, arranging special pickups at the unit warehouses, and returns of Loan Pool products while ensuring proper coding upon return.Direct involvement with National Powersports Auction (NPA), Scratch & Dent, and Deals on Wheels. Requires assistance with damage inventory at the warehouses.Perform other duties as assigned.Qualifications:High school diploma required with some college coursework preferred. General office, clerical skills and good telephone skills required. Should be computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office. Knowledge in SAP and YCRMS is ideal. Previous inventory control experience would be helpful. This position requires the ability to communicate clearly and concisely and be able to work under pressure while exercising good judgment and initiative. Individual must be highly organized, able to multi-task, attention to detail, and possess good follow-up skills.

Yamaha Motor Co. USA • Kennesaw, U.S.

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Laboratory Technician

RoleHours and days are dependent on timetable, however there is flexibilty for negotiation.Performs and/or supervises tasks that are carried out in accordance with guidelines, accepted practice and school policy. This may include the supervision and coordination of other education support class staff within the work area or educational program. Supervision and coordination would be limited to ensuring routine tasks are performed to required standards. Input into identifying training needs and development of education support class staff within the work area or educational program becomes an important feature at range 2.Specialised support to achieve specific outcomes is a feature of range 2. Typically this will involve accountability for a single function, (e.g. ensuring data is properly maintained) or the operation of a work area (e.g. managing the day to day operation of a school office) under the direction of the principal or another senior manager.Provides support to teachers and students that is beyond the routine support provided at education support class Level 1, range 1. Within an educational program assists teachers with the coordination of the support function, such as directing/organising the work of other support staff or providing a specialist support role. Undertakes medical intervention support tasks or other specialised student/teacher support roles that require specific training that must be updated from time to time. The role is for a specific purpose for which there will be direct accountability as opposed to support roles that are carried out by a range of staff performing routine tasks under direction.Performs technical tasks that require a sound knowledge of basic technical and/or scientific principles that are used to develop and adapt work methods and make judgements where there are clear guidelines and limited options. Routine technical support in libraries, science and information technology laboratories would be typical examples.An education support class position supports the educational services being provided to students, but must not include duties of teaching as defined in clause 2.6.1 of the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic) or its successor. Supervision of students cannot be required except where it is an integral part of the employee's position or involves supervision of students individually or in small groups, in controlled circumstances, where the responsibility for students remains clearly with a teacher.Responsibilities·        Maintain science storerooms ensuring as far as practicable that these areas are kept clean and tidy. Label and keep materials secure from unauthorised access. Be responsible for stock control and ordering of chemicals, biological supplies, equipment and other materials. Be responsible for laboratory documentation systems, stock inventories, cataloguing work sheets, filing resource materials etc.·        Maintain an efficient system of allocation of materials and equipment by consulting with science teachers on their practical work requirements. Advise on chemical and equipment safety matters where appropriate. Perform routine tasks in preparation for science practical classes including the preparation of chemical solutions, trialling experiments and conducting chemical and physical tests. Prepare chemicals and equipment by the requested date and place on trolleys. Assist science staff with demonstrations and practical classes when required.·        Pack away practical chemicals and equipment after practical completion. Clean and maintain laboratory equipment in working order.·        Maintain a safe chemical storage and labelling system and dispose of hazardous materials in accordance with current hazardous chemical regulations. Maintain Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and Risk Assessment forms of chemicals as used by the College Laboratory.·        Arrange for manufacture, maintain, repair and service equipment as required.·        Assist in care of animals and plants in the science area in accordance with current DET handling and animal ethics guidelines.·        Contribute significantly to the overall organisation and maintenance of laboratories, preparation areas and Science rooms.·        Other duties as directed by the Principal.Selection Criteria1. Demonstrated ability and competency as outlined in the role description below.2. Demonstrated high level of organisation and communication skills and the ability to relate to both students and staff.3. Demonstrated sound knowledge of laboratory procedures and techniques involving chemicals and associated equipment.4. Demonstrated sound knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety principles, in particular first aid treatment and procedures.5. Demonstrated ability to work independently and to prioritise and manage tasks to meet work deadlines.6. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team environment.7. Demonstrated commitment to professional learning and growth for both self and others.

JORA • Melbourne, Australia

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