Bargaining Unit: Office and Clerical Employee Unit
Salary Code: 15
FLSA Designation: Nonexempt
Revision Date: March 1, 2022
Under direct supervision of the Senior Automotive & Warehouse Coordinator, assists in the District’s central warehouse by receiving, storing, delivering, issuing, and maintaining a wide variety of tools, equipment, materials, and supplies and maintains related records. Maintenance Support Worker is a single position classification.
EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
The information below is meant to serve as examples of the job duties and responsibilities for this classification. This list is neither inclusive nor exclusive, but indicative of several types of duties performed.
- Receives, inspects, and confirms the quantity and quality of times received against appropriate order.
- Prepares or assists in preparing Requests for Purchase stock replacements; stock shelves, maintains related document files, and obtains receipts for payment.
- Issues items from stock in accordance with approved methods; maintains supply records; posts records of type, quantity, and cost of stock received and issued.
- Assists with inventory control including checking amount and condition of materials and equipment and reporting all discrepancies or need for replacements.
- Prepares packages and/or items for deliveries and shipments.
- Performs minor repairs on tools and equipment.
- Maintains safe, clean, and orderly work area; performs necessary cleaning tasks as appropriate to the work setting.
- Reviews stock part usage and recommends the removal of obsolete parts from the system.
- Assists with resolving problems with vendors involving orders, shipments, deliveries and returned items.
- Operates forklifts and other equipment to move materials and equipment.
- Moves heavy or large objects and other challenging items.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
Any combination of equivalent education and experience that has led to the acquisition of the knowledge required by the position. A typical way of acquiring the knowledge would be: Possession of a United States’ high school diploma, GED, or equivalent and three (3) years of experience performing duties involved in shipping/receiving, general storekeeping, and warehouse work; or any combination thereof.
- Methods, practices, and equipment used in the receipt, storage, handling and issuing of materials and equipment.
- The applicable California General Industrial Safety Orders.
- Inventory control methods and techniques.
- Basic math to perform calculations.
- The applicable Safety and Accident Prevention Procedures of the California Occupational Safety and Health Act.
- Rigging and techniques of load lifting and transport of materials and supplies.
- Inventory transactions and computer data entry.
- Department practices, policies, and procedures necessary to complete work assigned.
- Principle and practice of effective customer service.
- Maintain accurate files and records.
- Prioritize and balance workload and maintain excellent organizational skills.
- Maintain the cleanliness and safety of the warehouse facilities.
- Read and understand technical documents related to parts and materials.
- Perform warehouse work involving the use of independent judgment.
- Operate computers and office equipment.
- Use computerized inventory control and record keeping systems.
- Safely operate a forklift and hand tools.
- Operate material handling equipment.
- Establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships at all organizational levels as well as the public.
- Demonstrate and maintain a high degree of initiative, maturity, and integrity, accountability, and good judgment.
- Operate a District vehicle and/or equipment observing legal and defensive driving practices.
- Heavy lifting of supplies and materials up to 100 pounds.
- Possess the physical strength and agility to work outdoors under adverse climatic conditions.
- Possess the physical characteristics to perform the critical and important duties of the job, including the ability to climb stationary ladders up to 50 feet in height.
- Exposure to hazardous materials.
- Possession of a valid California Class C Driver’s License with a driving record acceptable to the District’s automobile insurance provider is required.