Flowserve Corporation Material Handler (Cycle Count) in Chesapeake, Virginia
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Flowserve is a publicly-traded corporation with $5.4 Billion in annual sales, operations in 50+ countries, 300+ locations and 18,000+ employees worldwide. Our Chesapeake Pumps Manufacturing facility is located in the Cavalier Industrial Park and hosts close to 200 local employees.
Flowserve offers a competitive salary, annual bonus, generous paid time off, sick leave, paid holidays, pension plan, 401(k), and benefits that begin on day 1 of employment!
We are currently seeking an experienced Material Handler. The material handler will document, receive, move, and store materials for assembly operations and aftermarket orders. They will be responsible for pulling orders from inventory; delivering production materials and supplies to assigned production lines; pull and package aftermarket orders; stage finished products in the warehouse or on the production lines.
Responsibilities & Requirements:
Uses computer to accurately complete stocking or pulling transactions
Pulls parts to build industrial pumps
Reviews documentation for accuracy
Moves materials to specified locations with industrial equipment
Pulls/packages materials for aftermarket orders
Follows proper procedures to receive and stock materials
Maintains material-handling equipment by completing pre-use inspections
Analyzes pick sheets based on customer orders and pulls the appropriate products for each order
Coordinates actual Cycle Counting activities
Monitors and controls inventory integrity.
Researches inventory discrepancies and reconciles them.
Responsible for completing physical inventories/cycle counts/random or receipt audits/reconciliations.
Tracks and report non-conforming product.
Through problem solving, resolves inventory problems in a timely manner.
Performs other duties as assigned or required
Minimum of two years of material handling and forklift experience in an industrial environment
Previous Cycle Counting experience
Ability to follow proper safety procedures and guidelines
Ability to work in a team environment
Availability to work overtime including weekends and evenings.
Must be able to safely lift up to 50 pounds without assistance
Preferred Experience / Skills:
Oracle and scanner experience
Willingness to work first (7am to 3:30pm) or second shift (11am to 9:30pm), as needed
Job Advertising Title: Material Handler (Cycle Count)
Primary Posting Location: Chesapeake, Virginia US
Job Posting Category: Logistics
Employment Type: Full time
Country: United States
Auto req ID: 55933BR
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