Customer Service Inventory Clerk
Duties and Responsibilities
The main duties of the Receiving/Inventory Clerk are listed below, but it is the nature of the job that each activity will have its own range of demands which you will be expected to meet. The duties listed below are not exhaustive and may change due to the demands of the business:
Health & Safety:
Ensure site Health & Safety guidelines are maintained and followed at all times.
Ensure department is kept in a safe and organised manner at all times.
Ensure workstations are in an organised manner at end of each day.
Accurately input data on companies ERP & WMS systems.
Ensure all repairs are labelled correctly for repair and locate into correct departments.
Manually create Service orders where necessary.
Raise new part number requests when required.
Spare parts are put-away in an organised and timely manner.
To assist in cycle counting of inventory.
Submit product concerns to Administrator/Lead Technician.
Progress chasing of spare part orders.
Processing urgent spare orders timely.
To notify any stock discrepancies to the Administrator for system rectification.
Strong Customer Service and Communication Skills
Good level of IT literacy and ERP system functions.
Able to understand and respond in writing to customer problems.
High attention to detail in data inputting and updating repair records.
Understanding of stores procedures and the essential necessity of logging Information correctly.
Ability to work comfortably with daily/weekly set targets.
Good time keeping skills.
Flexibility to match workload flow and train in other departments.
The role is Monday to Friday 08.00-16.30 with overtime offered.
This is a temporary on-going position.
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