Inventory and Loss Prevention Specialist
The Inventory/Loss Prevention Specialist receives, stores and issues equipment, materials, supplies, merchandise and/or tools. Responsibilities also include complying stock records of items in stockroom, warehouse or other storage facilities. The ILPS counts, sorts, and/or weighs incoming articles to verify receipt of items on receipt or invoice. This person also manages the flow of material and equipment in and out of the warehouse supporting both our internal and external customers.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Primary responsibilities are described in the following categories:
- Document the quantity and type of equipment, merchandise, and/or supplies stocked in warehouse and/or on trucks as well as all of the materials needed for the different types of installations and service calls.
- Maintain an accurate physical count of truck product, warehouse product and saleable products on a daily, weekly and/or monthly basis
- Receive returned equipment, new inventory and vendor shipments, stocks the inventory in the warehouse, and prepares shipments for return to the remanufacturing department and records distributed hardware information in the computer tracking system.
- Complete daily inventory transactions for all product used, linking them to the proper accounts.
- Assist supervisor with all inventory replenishment reports and inventory related communications with other departments.
Skills – Experience and Requirements:
A successful Inventory/Loss Prevention Specialist will have the following:
- Employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 75 pounds, may occasionally be required to lift up to 125 pounds.
- Employee must be able to safely operate warehouse equipment.
- 85% of this role is computer based, must have intermediate level MS Office experience.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license with a driving record that meets minimum safety standard
- High school diploma or GED preferred; college or technical/vocational school a plus
Dobson Technologies is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-free Workplace