SURVEY JOB CODE: 7201 - 7204 FUNCTIONAL: Operations
SURVEY JOB TITLE: Production Control – Shipping & Receiving Clerk SUBFUNCTION: Corporate Production Control
JOB DESCRIPTION RELEASE DATE: 4/30/2007 REVISION DATE: 4/7/2015
PRODUCTION CONTROL-SHIPPING & RECEIVING CLERK: Performs clerical tasks in the production control shipping and receiving functions. May be required to drive material or personnel. Plans, schedules, coordinate and/or monitor products through the complete production cycle. Works to establish production schedules and capacity requirements. Coordinates production plans to ensure performance to schedule. May define package carrier methods. Prepares outgoing packages; weighing, calculating postage, posting and tracking parcels, maintaining records of all shipping charges. May prepare special reports depicting shipment volume by product type, destination customer and courier classification. May perform the physical or administrative tasks involved in; receiving, storing and distributing of materials, parts, supplies and equipment. Unpacks and checks goods received against purchase orders and packing slips, maintains records of received goods and rejects unsatisfactory items. Lifts heavy items and may operate a forklift. At level II and above may maintain files, logs and other related documentations in files and/or computer financial systems. Reconciles discrepancies. Develop and maintain resources for commodity and other assigned items. May transport product or company personnel to various drop off locations. Completion of applicable training is required.
Clerk II, PC-Shipping/Receiving –B5314
KNOWLEDGE: Applies acquired job skills and company policies and procedures to complete assigned tasks and resolve a variety of issues.
JOB COMPLEXITY: Works on assignments that are semi routine in nature. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action. Interacts with internal personnel.
SUPERVISION: Normally receives general instructions on routine work, detailed instructions on new projects or assignments.
EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent experience required. Some higher education preferred. Requires 2-4 years of experience. Computer literacy required