Material Coordinator

Lutz, FL 33558

Post Date: 05/02/2018 Job ID: 488887 Industry: Clerical

Material Coordinator

Summary:

Under supervision, perform work involving retrieving of parts from the Fabrication work centers and the delivery of these parts to the next work center listed on the work order, creating kits per the Fabrication schedule for each customer order, delivery of completed kits to assembly staging area, and cycle counting of stock parts located in the Fabrication Department. Act as first point of contact for internal questions regarding past due or missing fabricated parts and the tracking of completed kits produced per shift against the targeted goal established by the Production Scheduler.

Main Responsibilities: Material Handler
Label Bins with appropriate paper work
Keep Parts without Bins, and storage racks put away and organized into bins and designated areas
Keep plastic parts put away as bins become available
Kit parts for future assembly jobs based on Fabrication build complete schedule
Ensures each kit is complete before sending to Assembly staging area
Ensure a minimum of 8 Completed Kits are kitted daily
Track shortages using Syteline and take corrective action to fix
Keep Bin Report Updated and Total Jobs Kitted Report Updated at the end of the shift
Ensure the ares is clean, neat and organized at all times

General Responsibilities
Other duties and tasks as assigned.
In addition to our core values all employees must follow the Code of Conduct

Primary People Contact:
External Customers
Interdepartmental Personnel

Knowledge, Skills, Attitude:
Able to follow written and verbal directions
Must be Organized and able to multi-task
Must be able to respond quickly to demand
Ability to follow fabrication schedule and give feedback to supervisors and co-workers
Knowledge of general fabrication and assembly work flow
Ability to be crossed trained to perfrom other duties as specified by the Fabrication Manager
Able to operate motorized fork lift equipment and manual pallet jacks.

Required Education/experience:
High school diploma or equivalency with CPIM and/or CPM certification or-
High school diploma or equivalency with 2 years stock room experience

Performance Measurement Criteria:
Timely and accurate work in retrieving and delivering parts within the Fabrication area. Building complete kits per the Fabrication schedule and delivering kits to the Assembly staging area.
Ensure ALL parts that are necessary for Kits or Rush Jobs are delivered the same or next day

Allocation of Time:
90% working as material handler
10% working as a cycle counter

Pay rate:  $15.50 - $16.50/hr DOE

If you meet the above referenced qualifications and experience, please forward your resume to Tampa@TRNstaffing.com and follow up by calling 813-258-4101.

The Reserves Network is a mid-sized, family owned staffing firm that specializes in full service staffing. Currently, we are hiring for a Client located in the outskirts of Tampa, for a temp to hire opportunity.

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