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Under general supervision of department manager and supervisors, the Central Transport Clerk 3 is part of a team that unloads, processes and delivers goods, freight, personal packages and mail on a daily basis to Center locations both on and off the main campus. He also provides assistance to and backup for the supervisors in all job activities related to management of capital equipment, oversight of the surplus equipment stream, records storage, and general warehouse duties. This position requires accuracy, attention to detail, good driving skills, and a consistently high level of customer service. Successful team members will also exhibit higher level problem solving skills and good interpersonal communication with our partners in Purchasing and our customers. Adhering to product handling/storage guidelines, proper chain of custody for all product and confidentiality guidelines is essential.
Duties include, but are not limited to the following:
High School diploma, GED or the equivalent. Two years of related experience, preferably in material handling, shipping, receiving or inventory control. Ability to lift and move 50lbs on a regular basis. Experience working in an environment that practices electronic record keeping and transacting. Oracle/PeopleSoft/Outlook experience. Good Excel skills. Valid Washington State driver’s license and a good driving record. Ability to follow written and verbal directions. Previous experience with handheld scanners/barcode scanning and forklift experience. Excellent customer service, problem solving and communication skills.