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Material Control Associate

Material Control Associate Essential Roles and Responsibilities: Inventory, control and coordinate the transfer of government owned materials Execute and maintain material control documentation and files Execute and maintain accurate transaction records for the issue and receipt of company tools (including rental items) and tool room materials Assure compliance with company tool room policies Inspect all materials and equipment received and verify correctness of shipment against purchase orders, packing slips and other shipping documents, Objective Quality Evidence and Certificates of Compliance or other validating information Inspect all shipments received for damage and document same; report damage to the appropriate parties Document and track the transfer of materials and equipment between locations Assure transferred items are properly packaged and handled Assure all material and equipment tagging requirements are executed and maintained Issue and receive company tools (including rental items) and tool room materials inventories and maintain accurate data base of all transactions Qualifications: Verbal and written communication skills Understanding of marine and industrial materials, equipment and tools for purposes of accurate identification Able to learn and effectively use company cost accounting and tool tracking software Able to use and/or obtain an operator’s license for pallet trucks, forklifts, and commercial trucks Able to lift 50 lbs. High School degree or equivalent Minimum 6 months experience in material control position or related field This position is performed in a manufacturing environment, with some local travel required between facilities

Category: Material Handling

Performs a combination of manual and clerical shipping and/or receiving duties which may require the use of hand trucks, forklifts, and other devices, as well as computers to maintain data. Receives incoming materials or prepares materials for shipment. Verifies quantity, weight, and conformance of materials; prepares records of materials shipped and bills of lading; routes materials to destinations. May lay out, fabricate, and assemble nonstandard shipping crates and boxes, and prepare parts and tooling for special shipment.

Ability to lift forty pounds, carry and transport heavy equipment and boxes and work in high heat/cold environments, aboard ships, under industrial conditions, in confined spaces, at heights, and in extreme weather. Ability to operate portable power tools. Work may involve climbing and working on ladders.
High School Diploma/GED