|PARTS SPECIALIST I|
|SEIU White Collar Non-Exempt|
|Processes requisitions, assists customers at parts counter, places orders, receives and tracks inventory including parts and equipment for fleet/facility; confers with mechanics, technicians, and vendors regarding parts information and availability; performs inventory control and warehousing activities which involve manual labor and clerical duties; assembles hydraulic hoses; and performs other duties as assigned.
Note: the distinction between Level I and Level II in this series is that Level I employees work under close supervision and handle routine work of limited complexity until they gain sufficient knowledge and experience to work under general supervision.
|Processes requisitions, orders vehicle parts, and confers with mechanics, technicians, and vendors regarding parts required, availability, and other related information; prepares appropriate documents, updates logs, and enters data in system; maintains and utilizes parts catalog, literature, and price lists.
Works the parts counter, handles inquiries, issues items, and orders supplies in response to authorized requisitions or as required by work orders; updates perpetual inventory records as items issued; informs supervisor when supplies are in short supply and initiates procedures to replenish supplies.
Assists with inventory control; takes physical inventory on a routine basis such as annual, quarterly, and monthly cycles; assists in moving supplies from one area to another as stock is reclassified or relocated; rearranges stock in bulk storage areas as assigned; places items on shelves or bins as appropriate; climbs ladders and uses fork lift as necessary to unload shipments and handle materials while following safety procedures; monitors inventory stock levels to ensure perpetual supply; maintains cleanliness of work area.
Receives, unloads, and verifies shipments, material, or items received and matches packing slips, invoices, or other documents and makes note of any discrepancies such as partial shipments, incorrect items, or damages and advices supervisor; repackages items for return shipment as necessary.
Assembles hydraulic hoses which require operating shop equipment such as crimpers, saws, calipers and other tools.
Participates in emergency response situations when necessary in accordance with Emergency Operations Center (EOC).
Performs routine clerical work such as filing, record keeping, computer use, and simple office equipment.
|Knowledge of automobile technology including vehicle systems and diagnosis.
Knowledge of math including interpretation of decimals and fractions, perform conversions, and financial transactions.
Communication skills required to assist customers, process orders, and follow instructions.
Computer skills needed to operate inventory management database and financial records systems.
Ability to perform routine clerical duties and enter data into computer system regarding inventory.
Ability to learn method and procedures for ordering parts and utilizing catalogs and price lists.
Ability to learn inventory control policies and procedures.
Ability to assemble hydraulic hoses and follow safety procedures.
Ability to provide good customer service.
Ability to perform manual work including shipping and receiving material, stock, or equipment in warehouse.
Ability to establish and develop effective and cooperative working relationships with others and maintaining them over time.
Ability to operate fork lift and motor vehicle.
|Graduation from high school or GED and a minimum of six months experience or training which would demonstrate ability to perform job successfully such as automotive work, service consulting, parts counter work, warehousing, or other related experience or training.
A Florida driver's license required.