SMM Pogo
  • 10-Apr-2014 to 01-May-2014 (AKST)
  • Warehouse Tech
  • AK, USA
  • $19.80
  • Hourly
  • Full Time Hourly

This position works 4 days on (Monday - Thursday) with 3 days off. Screening of applicants will commence April 20th.

Under general supervision from the Warehouse Supervisor, performs a variety of duties in receiving, issuing, handling, and accounting for inventory stock in the Warehouse and yard.
• Work with the warehouse supervisor to create an annual schedule and system for the comprehensive count of all inventory items. Generate and process periodic counts of inventory discrepancies. Identify and schedule cycle counts for items which may require more attention due to high turnover or historical discrepancies. Troubleshoot variances for missed/erroneous receipts and missed/erroneous issues prior to physical inventory entry.
• Scheduling, directing and accomplishing the annual 100% inventory cycle count process, occasional critical item counts, reconciling weekly variance data, and conducting special inventories in coordination with the Warehouse Supervisor.
• Responsible for all inventory adjustment transactions for cycle count or weekly warehouse variance. Research all variances greater than $200 in value. Provide guidance on variance problems for short and long term resolution.
• Maintain hard or electronic files with original documentation for Inventory requests, inventory count results, inventory adjustments research, and other Pogo inventory information.
• Review and analysis of inventory consumption patterns, and the recommendation and implementation of MIN/MAX level changes through the Optimization Review process with major focus on non-critical nonmoving spares.
• Occasional Warehouse Tech support when directed or required
• Work with various administrators (e.g. the General Manager, the Maintenance Coordinator, superintendents, supervisors, foremen, and end users) to ensure that all Request forms involving either the addition of new items to our stock inventory, or changes to the MIN/MAX level for current stock items, are properly filled out with all of the pre-requisite information.
• Review each Request form according to the specifications of the Due Diligence Checklist drafted by the Materials Management Coordinator.
• Forward and track each Request form as it undergoes further review by the General Foreman, the Department Head, and the General Manager.
Optimization Review:
• Work with the Maintenance Coordinator to create an annual schedule and system for a comprehensive MIN/MAX review of all inventory items. Submit MIN/MAX adjustment recommendations to the appropriate administrators in the form of Inventory Optimization Requests.
• Provide statistics (i.e. 0-12 Month Usage, 12-24 Month Usage, Equipment Usage (# of Units), Lead Time, and 0-12 Month Stock Orders) for each item in our stock inventory as a means to compare on-hand supply with real-time demand.
• Forward and track each Request form as it undergoes further review by the General Foreman, the Department Head, and the General Manager.
• Initiate all approved stock additions and MIN/MAX level adjustments in the Item Master (i.e. inventory database).
• Update Item Master with superseding part numbers and all other descriptive changes as supplied by the inventory buyers and planners.
Item Master/Branch Maintenance:
• Render uniform descriptive changes in the Item Master as they relate to common classes of materials (e.g. by department, equipment type, common usage, etc.).
• Attach any pertinent details relating to the stock record of a particular item to its Line Attachment notes
Months and Year End Reconciliation:
• Gather real-time physical counts of all inventory items on the last calendar day of each month and year for analysis of on-hand physical quantities in relation to usage.
• Provide physical inventory reconciliation data to the appropriate accounting codes for the Controller.

Personal computer, 10-key, copier, fax machine, Forklift and Pallet Jack.

A rotation schedule consisting of four (4) days at a remote campsite and three (3) days off weekly. Extreme conditions, including but not limited to changing weather conditions, dust, mud, varying levels of noise from low to high decibels, varying degrees of light and dark, in and around artificial light and in a confined work area.

EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED preferred. Employee must have sufficient education to read and write instructions, perform simple mathematical calculations, and keep records. College or University coursework preferred.
CERTIFICATES & LICENCES: Valid Driver's license is required. MSHA certificate preferred.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum of two (2) years warehousing and inventory experience required. Experience in inventory control with comprehensive and effective data entry experience into a software system is required. JD Edwards preferred.
SKILLS: Should have analytical thinking skills and problem solving skills. Strong planning and organizational skills. Effective written, verbal, and communication skills to satisfy training, safety, and electronic message transmission policies of the company. Demonstrated computer skills in Windows environment with experience in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Advanced computer skills, inter-department communication skills, ability to communicate with vendors, knowledge of equipment, parts, and chemicals in the Pogo inventory.
ABILITIES: Ability to work efficiently with minimal supervision, ability to work in a team environment and adapt to changing priorities. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and vendors; ability to organize items by broad and specific classifications. Ability to assume increasing levels of responsibility. Proven ability to read, comprehend, and apply information from technical manuals and other reference materials. Ability to work in a team with a high regard for Quality and Environmental concerns and with a strong commitment to Safety and Safe Production
KNOWLEDGE: Working knowledge of inventory control practices; working knowledge of tools, supplies, equipment used in underground mining preferred. Working knowledge of computer terminal operation. Considerable knowledge of equipment operating principals and procedures. Considerable knowledge of hazards and safety precautions relating to equipment operation, loading and unloading of materials.
OTHER: Must pass a post offer physical and drug test.

Accommodations: Requires staying at the company provided camp during the work rotation. Camp facilities provide dining service, game room, exercise & weight room, sauna, and dorm room having phone, internet & cable tv.
Transportation: The company provides bus service to and from Fairbanks, Delta Junction or Tok.
Benefits: Competitive wages with pay progression (may be achieved with demonstrated proficiency, work and training requirements, in the various tasks associated with the department's progression.), Gold Bonus, Safety Bonus, Medical, Dental, Vacation, Long Term Disability, 401(k), sick & vacation leave including paid holidays

This position has been closed and is no longer available.
SMM Pogo


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