Beltservice Corporation is a leading international wholesaler and fabricator of customized industrial conveyor belting. Our privately-owned company is headquartered in Earth City, MO, and supported by nine other facilities in North America. Founded over 50 years ago we provide superior knowledge and craftsmanship in the fabrication of conveyor belting. Our family-owned company employs over 380 people throughout North America. We have grown into an international organization providing belting solutions through our network of sales representatives, regional fabrication plants and partner distributors. Beltservice enjoys an average seniority rate of 12½ years through all our domestic branches. We pride ourselves on providing a workplace that allows our employees to work together in a team environment.
We have an immediate opening in our Charlotte branch for an Inventory Technician.
The ideal candidate will embody our Company’s Core Values of:
Get it Done – Complete the task at hand with minimal supervision. Be a team player who is self-sufficient. Solve problems with a can-do attitude. Be positive and “all-in” when doing your job.
Raise the Standard – Strive to continuously improve yourself and the organization around you. Do not accept mediocrity. Be opened to learning and be willing to teach. Have vision and understanding to be the best in the industry.
Do the Right Thing - Put the greater good above all else. See the big picture and know the value of honesty and integrity. Be both humble and confident. Lead by example.
Passion for Service – Be responsive and dedicated to the customer. Do not over promise and under deliver. Responsibilities/Duties:
• Unload materials, parts or products from container or delivery vehicle.
• Performs visual quality inspection of product containers upon receipt to identify potential shipping damage. • Receive and stock materials into designated areas and maintain a clean work area.
• Perform inventory cycle counts.
• Using the work order pulls sufficient parts and assigns pulled parts to the order to allow production to build the order.
• Accurately counts, relabels, and restocks all unused parts from an order and ensures the parts are reallocated to the correct location,
• Initials work order upon completion of job duty and inspection of work performed as acknowledgment of properly completing task.
• Reads job specifications to determine machine adjustments and material requirements.
• Sets stops or guides as indicated by scale, rule or template.
• Able to access databases as necessary to retrieve work instructions in order to perform work.
• Maintain own productivity while performing the duties mentioned above.
• Prepares material for shipping.
• Performs a combination of production tasks, which may include loading machinery, positioning work, setting up jobs, adjusting and operating machinery.
• High School diploma, GED, and at least 1 year of experience in a manufacturing environment; a demonstrated history of successful work experience
• Minimum of four weeks on the job training.
• Ability to use a calculator and tape measure.
• Read, Write and Comprehend English
• Ability to lift at least 50 pounds
• Ability to stand and walk for much of their shift