Warehouse and Logistics Coordinator

General Requirements

  • Valid Texas Driver’s License
  • Clean driving record
  • Criminal Justice Background Clearance
  • Comprehensive Drug Testing
  • OSHA 10 Hour-Certification (Preferred)
  • Forklift Certification
  • Overtime may be required
  • Must work well with others with a team attitude
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus
  • Other duties may be assigned

Benefits:

  • Medical Insurance
  • 401K Plan
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Time Off
  • Life Insurance
  • Vision Insurance

Summary: The Warehouse & Logistics Coordinator plays a crucial role in delivering our mission and achieving our
goals. In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring the efficient operation of the warehouse through various
functional duties which may include the shipping, receiving, and/or transferring of products to projects, installations,
and service calls. You will be able to ensure our technicians receive the correct products in the correct quantity at the
correct time. In this role you will also be responsible for ensuring the efficient operation of the delivery function
which includes safely operating a motor vehicle, delivering merchandise and customer service. You will be expected
to pull and prepare orders to be delivered to customers and ensuring that deliveries are timely and correct via
established routes. You will complete appropriate paperwork for delivered merchandise per company procedure
and/or customer/vendor instruction. You will maintain an orderly vehicle and will be expected to follow company
policy regarding vehicle maintenance, services and driver policies.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:
This is a full-time position that will typically involve 40+ hours a week is not eligible to work from home. While
schedules may vary in accordance with the needs of jobs and/or work to be done, the Company will observe a fiveday workweek Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All employees are expected to be at work on.
time.

Travel: Travel is generally local during the business day, although some out-of-area and overnight travel may be
required.

Responsibilities:

  • Assure that the company warehouse area, including loading docks and vehicles are kept clean for healthy
  • and safe working environment
  • Arrange for efficient pick up and deliveries of parts and equipment to Installers and Technicians. An
    Installer or Technician should go to a supply house only on a same day repair.
  • Works closely with Service Coordinator to make every possible effort to keep installers or technicians on
    the job working, not picking up parts.
  • Always follow company’s purchase order systems for proper purchasing and inventory procedures and
    keep the inventory current and accurate.
  • Assist in the entry and updating of inventory to ensure that all counts are accurate.
  • Replenish truck stock so that technicians and/or installers never make unnecessary trips for stocking. Plan
    parts replenishment around their work schedule.
  • Equipment or Parts pulled must include Job numbers listed to ensure accurate purchase order data is
    entered and received.
  • Communicate with departments regarding inventory related issues including discrepancies, damage and
    non-stock inventory.
  • Complete appropriate paperwork to track and ship merchandise per company procedure and/or vendor
    instruction.
  • Maintain warehouse is clean and maintain adequate supply of everyday parts.
  • Maintain inventory levels to make sure the shop has an adequate supply of all standard truck-stocked
    installation and service parts.
  • Equipment must be labeled to a corresponding job or returned to the warehouse.
  • Physical warehouse inventory must be cycle counted on a monthly basis and results report to the Vice
    President.
  • Trucks must be cycle counted quarterly without notifying the Technicians prior to these counts!
  • Assist in the process of all warranty parts quickly, then following through to make sure the company
    receives each credit quickly.
  • Monitor how the trucks, tools and inventory are handled. You have the responsibility to make sure they are
    well maintained and protected.
  • Organize all equipment and parts stored within the warehouse area, keeping it neat and clean at all times.

Physical Demands:

  • Continual walking, standing, stair climbing, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching, reaching, pushing,
    pulling of weight, and heavy lifting and carrying.
  • Continual repetitive use of hands to include grasping, both firm and light.
  • Continual lifting and carrying of 0 – 10 lbs. Floor to chest and overhead.
  • Frequent lifting and carrying of 11 – 40 lbs. Floor to chest.
  • Occasional lifting, carrying of over 40 lbs. Floor to chest.
  • Occasional lifting, pushing or pulling over 50 lbs.
  • Operation of hand and power tools applicable.
  • Work in tiring and uncomfortable positions.
  • Operation of truck or van.

Environmental Factors:

  • Work outside in non-climate-controlled weather conditions or inside in climate-controlled conditions.
  • Walk on slippery or uneven walking surfaces, ladders, and scaffolding.
  • Work around moving objects or vehicles.
  • Exposure to extreme temperature changes (cold to hot).
  • Exposure to excessive fumes, and toxic chemicals.
  • Exposure to excessive loud noises.
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  • Frequent short/long distance travel including traffic.
  • Continual interpersonal interactions including speaking and hearing within a professional environment.

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