Job Description / Essential Elements:
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
CLASS TITLE: SENIOR WAREHOUSE WORKER/DELIVERY DRIVER
Under the direction of the Warehouse Supervisor, oversee and participate in the shipping, receiving, storing and issuing of District supplies, equipment, mail and food; maintain receiving and inventory control records and prepare related reports; serve as a lead in the warehouse over an assigned function; train and provide work direction and guidance to assigned staff.
The Senior Warehouse Worker/Delivery Driver classification performs the more difficult warehousing and record-keeping duties and participates in the shipping, receiving, storing and issuing of District supplies, equipment, mail and food. Incumbents serve as a lead in the warehouse over an assigned function and train and provide work direction and guidance to assigned staff. The Warehouse Worker/Delivery Driver classification performs a variety of duties related to the shipping, receiving, storing and issuing of District supplies, equipment, mail and food. Incumbents drive a District vehicle along an assigned route.
Oversee and participate in the shipping, receiving, storing and issuing of District supplies, equipment, mail and food; assure supplies, materials, equipment, food and mail are delivered in a timely manner.
Participate in the receiving, unloading and inspection of shipments for damage and conformity to purchase order specifications and packing slips; contact vendors regarding shortages, damaged goods or other discrepancies; complete receiving, discrepancy and follow-up reports; label new equipment with inventory designations.
Serve as a lead over an assigned warehouse function such as food service; train and provide lead work direction and guidance to assigned staff; prioritize work assignments.
Drive a District vehicle to various locations to pick up and deliver goods; maintain cleanliness of vehicles; fuel vehicles.
Communicate with school site and District personnel regarding the pickup and delivery of orders; resolve shipping errors between District warehouse and individual school sites.
Participate in the stocking of products; plan storage locations; determine proper location of supplies to allow for maximum space utilization.
Fill, prioritize and process requisitions; pull, pack and ship items or supplies to District locations according to established procedures; pickup and deliver surplus and donated items such as furniture; maintain backorder records.
Shelve and store items received in the appropriate section of the warehouse; place food items in racks, coolers or freezers as required; rotate perishable and nonperishable inventory as needed; assure food shipments are not spoiled or damaged.
Provide information and resolve issues concerning requisitions, stock on hand, back orders and shipment discrepancies, damage or storage; meet with vendors and sales representatives as necessary.
Issue stock from stores to various District personnel; monitor stock levels; reorder items in accordance with established guidelines.
Receive, sort and distribute District and bulk mail; arrange for shipment of various items; deliver District payroll.
Prepare, maintain and submit a variety of records and reports related to warehouse operations.
Participate in the performance of periodic physical inventories; complete related reports as directed.
Operate a variety of warehouse equipment including forklifts, pallet jacks and dollies.
Maintain the warehouse in a clean, orderly, safe and secure condition; maintain correct temperature conditions for food storage and assure food service storage areas are in compliance with applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations.
Make recommendations regarding proper storage, inventory and warehousing procedures and improvements in warehouse efficiency.
Serve as the Warehouse Supervisor in the absence of the Warehouse Supervisor as assigned.
Perform related duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
Warehouse operations, procedures, equipment and terminology.
Use and terminology of requisitions, purchase orders, invoices and other warehouse documents.
District organization, operations, policies and objectives.
Principles and practices of training and providing work direction.
Methods of storing equipment, materials, food and supplies.
Proper methods of loading and unloading of trucks.
Space utilization and inventory techniques.
Operation of warehouse equipment including forklifts, hand trucks and pallet jacks.
Health and safety regulations.
Traffic laws, defensive driving techniques and rules of the road.
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
Applicable laws, rules and regulations related to warehouse operations.
Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.
Oral and written communication skills.
Proper lifting techniques.
Oversee and participate in the operations and activities of a warehouse.
Receive, store, ship and deliver materials, mail, food, supplies and equipment to various locations.
Train and provide work direction and guidance to assigned staff.
Operate a forklift, pallet jack, hand truck and other equipment utilized in the warehouse.
Utilize space efficiently and effectively.
Take inventory and maintain accurate control systems.
Understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
Assign and review the work of others.
Maintain records and prepare reports related to assigned activities.
Observe legal and defensive driving practices.
Observe health and safety regulations.
Add, subtract, multiply and divide quickly and accurately.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school and two years of responsible warehouse experience involving the receipt, storage and issuance of supplies and equipment.
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Valid California driver's license, and a driving record acceptable to the District for insurance purposes.
Valid Forklift Certification.
Driving a vehicle to conduct work.
Regular exposure to fumes, dust and odors.
Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a variety of warehouse equipment.
Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person or on the telephone.
Seeing to read a variety of materials.
Sitting or standing for extended periods of time.
Lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling heavy objects.
Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally.
Bending at the waist, kneeling and crouching.
Heavy physical labor.
Climbing ladders to reach supplies and equipment.
Working around and with machinery having moving parts.
Working at heights.
Fumes from vehicle and equipment operation.
Driving a vehicle during adverse weather conditions.
Cold from walk-in coolers and freezers.