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First Class Warehouse/Inventory Specialist

133 NW 122nd St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Job number: 4585

Job Description:

First Class Warehouse/Inventory Specialist

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

American Income Life is one of the best places to start, grow and advance your career. I have an exciting opportunity for one of our location in Waco Texas. I am seeking an experience professional for a First Class Warehouse/Inventory Specialist position. 

We offer a competitive salary and a robust benefits package, including 401(k) match, medical, dental, and vision health plans, short and long-term disability, paid time off, tuition reimbursement, and other career development opportunities.

Job Summary

The First Class Warehouse/Inventory Specialist will be responsible for maintaining, organizing, and ordering roughly 500 different components being used in First Class Mail, Quality Assurance, and Policy Issue departments. Warehouse/Inventory Specialist will prepare pallets of mail to be loaded on a daily mail truck via pallet jack and/or a fork lift. Palletization process includes (but not limited to) wrapping all pallets to secure the mail trays for transport, a detail pallet sheet and accurate count are expected daily, consolidating trays/pallets as needed, and accurately filling out online pickup slips that will accompany the pallets and will also be sent to the vendor receiving the pallets. Warehouse/Inventory Specialist will report directly to the Supervisor of First Class Mail to ensure all the requests for materials are met, and all the truck preparation is timely and accurate on a daily basis. Work in concert with the Supervisors, Leads, and the Manager of other areas/departments to ensure proper storing of materials in shared warehouse locations. Maintain health levels of materials in the warehouses, and in each department’s area. This position will be trained to utilize Clear Spider inventory system in order to manage the inventory that will include (but not limited to) cycle counting, tracking, labeling, consuming, and receiving any materials in a structured time line required to ensure departments do not run out of materials needed to make production deadlines. Will include monitoring and implementing resale in the warehouse and production floor. Track and be responsible for spoilage to update the database. Will help keep Manager/ Production Supervisor aware of issues that require attention from management. This position will require good communication skills, initiative, self-discipline, good time management skills, willingness to work with others, self-starter, and regular and predictable communication with all department managers and staff. This position will require daily use of a PC and must be proficient with Microsoft Office. Regular and predictable attendance and participation in various production meetings are required. This position will require forklift operation on a regular basis along with manual labor/lifting.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

• Obtain materials for employees for machine and hand stuff operations to ensure no interruption in production occurs.
• Ensure materials from previous jobs are taken back to the warehouse and put back in the proper location.
• Prepare daily pickup slips/shipping documents for material to be transported out from the GMS location.
• Oversee the resale procedures from approval to removal.
• Enter newly received material into the inventory system and inventory spreadsheets on the network/computer, as needed.
• Oversee the organization and placement of materials in the inventory system match their physical location in the warehouse.
• Check inventory system daily and monitor usages, consumption, cycle counts, and reorder points so as to recognize an item may need to be ordered and to adhere to timeline required by print production.
• Create barcode labels for any newly printed materials prior to storing/stocking in the warehouse.
• Ensure warehouse and production floor is kept clean and organized by sweeping daily, and keep the warehouses free of any trash and/or materials that are out of place.
• Full pallets being utilized and stocked in the FC warehouse will need to be stripped of any wrapping prior to stocking in its location.
• Receive and sign for incoming material from outside vendors and check for quality of the boxes/pieces, and ensure the proper quantity was received in comparison to packing list.
• Coordinate/communicate with pre-press staff once orders have passed their expected due dates to confirm a timely delivery, and ensure no interruptions in production occur.
• Facilitate material in & out of designated holding area.
• Move material with pallet jack, forklift, hand truck, mailing post cons, carts, and or by hand.
• Assist in other warehouses, as needed.
• Maintain quality standards & production quotas set forth by management.
• Perform any other tasks or duties as deemed necessary by management.
Periodic Routine:
• Responsible for maintaining a disaster recovery process that entails pulling components deemed necessary by management to send to Waco (AIMS) location to keep housed inventory there in the case of a disaster or inability to operate at GMS facility.
• Any training deemed necessary direct from management, or directly from the company.
• Warehouse restructure; manually restructure the warehouse materials and/or racks to ensure materials are stored in sequential order, as new materials are introduced to the department.
• Supervise temporary employees brought in to assist in warehouse restructure.
• Not limited to all the above and this position can be modified or expanded as management team deems necessary and at management discretion.

Required Skills

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

• Must have a working knowledge of how to use MS Office applications for use in daily duties.
• Inventory control experience preferred.
• Must have good oral, written, and computer communication skills.
• Must be able to read and write in a neat and accurate manner.
• Must be able to prioritize tasks and duties in a timely manner.
• Position requires a forklift certification. Can train/certify on site, if needed.
• Must be able to adapt to flexibility in job assignments.

Applicable to all employees of Globe Life & Accident and its subsidiaries:
• Reliable and predictable attendance of your assigned shift
• Ability to work full time and/or part time based on the position specifications.

Required Knowledge & Experience

Education & Work Experience:

• High School Diploma or GED Equivalent.
• Forklift Certification preferred, but can train on site.
• Warehouse experience preferred.
• Inventory experience preferred.

Location: 133 NW 122nd St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Savings and Investment Plan (401K) - Eligible employees may begin participating in the plan on the first day of employment.

Pension Plan - Eligible employees who complete one year of service with the Company become participants in the Pension.* (Not available to Cleveland Employees)

Medical - Benefits are available to all eligible employees and qualified dependents the first of the month following 30 days of continuous service.

Dental** and Vision - Eligible employees and qualified dependents are able to enroll the first of the month following 30 days of continuous service.

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) - Our FSA has two components, Health Care and Dependent Care Accounts. These accounts allow employees to set aside a portion of their earnings on a pre-tax basis to cover out-of-pocket medical and dependent care expenses. Participation is elected on a calendar year basis and is available to all eligible employees the first of the month following the completion of 30 days of continuous service.

Health Savings Accounts (HSA) - A pre-tax Health Spending Account (HSA) is offered to those who enroll in the High Deductible Plan. It allows you to pay for many of the health care expenses not covered by your medical plan including deductibles and co-pays. Participation is elected on a calendar year basis and is available to all eligible employees the first of the month following the completion of 30 days of continuous service. Company contribution to HSA ($4500 family, $2500 single plans)

Short-Term Disability - Eligible employees may be entitled to salary continuance during periods of temporary disability. Benefits are based on employee status and years of service.*

Group Life and Long-Term Disability** - Eligible employees may elect life insurance and long-term disability coverage the first of the month following 30 days of continuous service.

Vacation and Paid Holidays - Employees are eligible for vacation upon the completion of six months of employment. In addition, the Company offers eight paid holidays.

Education Assistance - The Company supports employees who wish to continue their education to secure increased responsibility and growth within their professional careers. We offer a reimbursement program for expenses incurred through approved institutions of learning. In addition, Fellow, Life Management Institute (FLMI) and International Claim Association (ICA) program courses are offered after the completion of six months of services at no cost to the employee.

Fitness Reimbursement - Eligible employees are able to receive up to 100% reimbursement for monthly dues (employee only).

Supplemental Plans** - Cancer, Heart/Stroke, Accident.

*Please note, some benefits may vary by subsidiary. Please be sure to clarify with the Human Resources Department.
**Company paid benefit

Do I have to apply for every job that I am interested in? - Yes. Though our Talent Acquisition Team searches our database for qualified candidates, the only way to ensure that we know what position is of interest to you is if you apply for it directly.

Now that I've applied, what happens? - You will receive an immediate response from our system. Someone from our Talent Acquisition Team will review your qualifications and skills. If you're a good fit, we'll contact you to conduct an initial interview by phone, followed by assessment testing and an in person interview(s).

How do I get the contact information of the hiring manager for the job I am interested in? - It is our policy not to give contact information to external applicants. If, after you apply, it is determined that your skills and qualifications match our hiring needs, you will be contacted directly for an interview by someone on our Talent Acquisition Team.

I've been interviewed, what's next? - If selected, we'll extend a conditional offer. Then, pending a successful background check and drug screen, we'll confirm a start date.

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