Parts Room Administrator

Job Summary
Transfer data from handwritten work orders into SAP
Create and distribute preventative maintenance (PM) work orders
Create and distribute overhaul work orders
Review outgoing work orders to insure they are ready to schedule: Permits, required material, task list, equipment downtime, etc.
Assist Manager in Log and track temporary repairs. Generate follow-up work orders in SAP
Create purchase requisitions for parts and Services from the maintenance software.
Create blanket purchase orders annually or as needed.
Assist other departments as needed to generate purchase requisitions.
Post parts to work orders.
Identify part numbers and provide descriptions with the intent of supplying or ordering parts for maintenance technicians utilizing software and catalogs.
Manage and process parts cores as required.
Work closely with vendors and vendor pricing for optimal efficiency.
Ensure parts system is maintained according to standards acceptable to corporate standards or vendor requirements.
Checking and receiving parts as they arrive.
Verifying Parts quantity/location as needed.
Create and maintain bill of materials (BOM) for plant equipment in SAP
Conduct cycle counts, inventories and obsolete parts surveys as directed.
Track and file environmental audits requirements such as gas meter reads, waste manifest, Weekly air inspections etc.
Maintain complete and organized files.
Submit required reports accurately and on time.
Manage departmental assignments ensuring all items are completed on time.
Perform accurate input and suggest changes to maintain inventory accuracy above 95%
Perform both Clerk I and II duties when not available.
Maintain a safe, clean and professional work area.
Other duties assigned as required by supervisor.
Qualifications and Skills
Must be proficient on MS Office and other software as required.
Must possess excellent organization skills.
Must demonstrate excellent attention to detail.
Must possess excellent written and verbal skills.
Maintain acceptable attendance level.
High School Diploma
Two years' experience in stockroom and/or inventory
Benefits and Perks
Benefits available include health care, paid time off, retirement savings plans, parental leave, tuition reimbursement, and professional development.

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