General Information: The Warehouseman is responsible for receiving, storing, and accounting for materials and supplies used in Distribution Operations departments.
This position is covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement and there is a one year probationary period associated with this position.
Receive, store and account for incoming shipments of materials and supplies
Monitor stock levels using a computerized material management system
Operate within District policies regarding purchases, sales and the bidding of materials
Assist in periodic inventory, accounting, and material tracking for audit functions
Issue materials to District crews or contractors as required
Maintain warehouse and storage yard areas in neat and orderly condition
Be familiar with District policies and agreements regarding vehicle/equipment service and repair
Assist in maintenance and repair of vehicles or schedule vehicle repairs with service providers
Store salvaged materials; assist with disposal of old or unusable materials and equipment
Assist crews by flagging traffic and delivering materials as necessary
May operate District vehicles equipped with a GPS device that monitors vehicle location
Other duties may be assigned
Successful applicants must have:
Satisfactorily completed a high school education or equivalent
Background in material management, inventory tracking and ordering supplies and materials
Knowledge and capability of operating equipment and tools related to stores work, such as forklifts, sweepers, coiling machines, pickups, etc.
Capability of repeated lifting of objects weighing up to 100 pounds
Valid Washington State Class A CDL Driver License and evidence of good driving record
Current First Aid/CPR card and Flagging Card
Advanced computer skills
Ability to distinguish basic colors
Ability to repeatedly lift heavy objects, sometimes weighing up to 75 pounds
Ability to work in elevated areas, climb ladders, stairs, and structures and walk over uneven surfaces
Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions
Must have a full range of hearing and sight for personal safety
- Safety: Demonstrates that safety is the top priority when performing any job duty or task and prioritizes personal safety and the safety of co-workers and the public.
- Productivity: Must be able to demonstrate completion of assigned tasks through work product and documentation. This will include evidence that clearly shows work was completed on time and with above average quality.
- Teamwork: Promotes cooperation and mutual respect with all co-workers.
- Adaptability/Flexibility: Responds positively to changing business needs and responsibilities. Adapts when redirected and develops methods to achieve results while still remaining accountable to deadlines.
- Professionalism: Interact daily with others in a professional manner. Treats others with respect while performing with integrity, honesty and professionalism.
- Communication: Participate constructively in open communications within and between departments while helping to resolve issues and difficult situations in ways that reduce conflict and maintain good working relationships.
- Performance: Continually seek to improve work performance and take an active part in generating a mutually supportive environment.
- Accountability/Dependability: Accepts responsibility for quality of work and acknowledges and corrects mistakes. Shows up on time, meets standards, deadlines and work schedules.