Warehouse Inventory Tracking Specialist

Everyone at our Company, from our entry-level consultants to our Principals, interacts with clients in several ways.
Examples often include field inspections, marketing presentations, industry conferences, and project reporting.
The responsibility for client interaction, management, and development increases as you progress along our consulting career path.
Building client relationships starts right away.
Our Engineers/Scientists and Senior Engineer/Scientists often participate in field inspections, teleconferences, or face-to-face client meetings.
Working with our established consultants, they receive hands-on experience and begin the process of building these relationships by doing excellent work on time and within budget.
Many of our entry-level hires have found themselves on an inspection during their first week at our Company!This position is responsible for:
Checking in material received and moving material Use various types of material handling equipment such as lifts, hand trucks and cranes Maintain proper inventory count and perform cycle counts Use computer to perform inventory transactions Pull material for manufacturing and assembly orders Work with supervisors, schedulers and other personnel as needed Job Requirements:
Must have a minimum of 1 to 3 years experience in materials (receiving, material handler, shipping) Must have strong communication and people skills Must have strong computer skills and prior experience with a MRP system Must be able to handle a structured work environment Must be self-motivated and have a can do attitudeAs our consultants progress into Manager and Senior Manager roles, they are responsible for managing key client relationships and developing business for themselves and others.
They market our multidisciplinary services to both existing our Company clients and potential new ones.
Our Principals are often working with our largest clients and managing our most significant and challenging projects.


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