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Materials Expeditor

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Full Time
High School



Under general supervision of the Planning Manager, this position will serve as the liaison between the Warehouse, the Production floor, and the Planning Departments. The major responsibilities include working closely with the warehouse personnel in receiving correct quantities of materials needed for upcoming jobs; staging the materials in a timely manner according to the schedule; and communicating with Planners to ensure materials are ready when needed and any issues are acknowledged and addressed. 

This is a non-bumpable position, selection based on most senior employee meeting the majority of qualifications.



•    Reviews daily schedule to ensure the materials are ready to start Production operations.
•    Receives materials issued from the warehouse. Verifies the materials are correct and the quantity of materials is accurate.
•    Stages the materials, including floor stock and subassemblies in process, in alignment with the manufacturing schedule in the appropriate area.
•    Verifies materials, and their counts, prior to returning to the warehouse; properly tags and stages materials for the warehouse.
•    Assigns approved material requests to the appropriate Warehouse Personnel.
•    Expedites extra materials required to complete a job due to scrap or quality issues and ensures paperwork is processed correctly.
•    Tracks and manages work orders from the time materials are requested, until the requested materials are turned over to the Production floor.
•    Comprehends and fully understands the features of a work order.
•    Communicates issues with Production Supervisors, Planners, and Warehouse to ensure smooth production, including material shortages, overages, damages, delays, quality, etc.
•    Maintains data collected for managerial reposts such as Kanban tracking, Planograms, Materials logs, etc.
•    Has a strong understanding of the physical layout of the Warehouse and the Production floor.
•    Understands the importance of a correct Unit of Measure, and how to quantify the part by the defined Unit of Measure. 
•    Assists in cycle counting floor stock, staging bins and annual physical inventory.
•    Performs other duties as assigned that will enhance the availability of materials for the Production floor to maintain a smooth and efficient Production Plan.



Computers, pallet jacks, scan guns, printers, measuring instruments (rulers and measuring tapes), scales, counters, gauges, walkie talkie/radio.
Software knowledge: Microsoft Suite, Syspro, LYNQ, TransLution, Eazy Query, Sharepoint and Teams



•    High school diploma or GED.
•    Must be able to read and follow detailed instructions and have good written and mathematical skills. 
•    Ability to focus and work in a fast-paced environment.
•    Must understand the importance of accurate counting.  
•    Must have confidence in their accuracy and abilities.
•    Requires a high level of attention to detail and strong sense of urgency to maintain a pace ahead of the Production Schedule.
•    Strong organizational skills. 
•    Must be self-motivated, dependable, reliable, inspired to achieve excellence, and feel empowered to make decisions within the departmental guidelines. 
•    Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and can learn additional software, as required. 
•    Standing, stooping, bending, grasping, and lifting up to 40 lbs. or more occasionally is required. Must be able to stand for long periods of time.


New Hire Rate:    $ 18.50    After 45 days worked:    $ 19.50

Hours:    7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday
               7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday (with every other Friday off)


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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, place of birth, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability or protected veteran status. EOE/AA/M/F/Vet/Disability Employer