Reports To:

Inventory Control Coordinator

Basic Function:

Perform cycle counts for inventory items. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each necessary duty. Accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • High School diploma or G.E.D.
  • Must read and write English and perform basic math.
  • Able to lift up to 35+ pounds.
  • Forklift experience and certification.

Personnel Supervised:

Exempt –                     0

Non-Exempt –            0

Hourly –                      0

Total                           0

Job Environment:

Warehouse atmosphere in Manufacturing Plant.

Principal Accountabilities:

  • Count inventory as assigned.
  • Assist IC Coordinator with analyzing and troubleshooting problems with inventory counts.
  • Report inventory problems identified to the IC Coordinator (i.e. bill of material errors).
  • Key inventory adjustments into the system based on authorization level. Obtain proper approvals when needed.
  • Work with line leaders to help ensure that paperwork is being filled out completely.
  • Work with receiving department to ensure that quantities are being checked as items are being received.
  • Cross-reference parts and descriptions to help identify unmarked items.
  • Slot-verify as needed.
  • Work towards a goal of 98% accuracy on inventory counts.
  • Additional duties as requested or required by management.
  • Perform timely cycle counts according to establish count criteria.
  • Obey and follow all plant and safety rules.

Quality Responsibility:

  • All employees of ECR/EMI facility shall know and understand: Quality Policy, Quality Objectives, the procedures and work instructions applicable to their job, and how their job affects the quality of company products and services.
  • Every employee needs to follow procedures and work instructions and must be able to identify where this information is located.
  • The Quality System requires each employee to check work for accuracy, for possible adverse processes, and look for ways to continuously improve the way things are done.

Safety Responsibilities:

All employees are responsible for complying with all ECR, OSHA, state and local EH&S requirements.