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Warehouse Administrative Clerk - H9SR1
Grand Rapids, MI
Williamson Employment Services, Inc. 2021-05-15
The warehouse administrative clerk position will work 1st shift. The clerk coordinates the drivers at the window with the schedule, sets appointments, coordinates the doors in the system, data entry, etc. Very fast paced environment. Hours: 3:00 pm - 1:00 am Monday-Friday. Located near 36th & Eastern.
Hours may vary.

Responsibilities:
*Partners with Operations to ensure adequate customer service
*Direct the movements of inbound and outbound trailers and drivers to aid the scheduled shipping and receiving operations.
*Scheduling of drivers to the appropriate dock doors within the warehouse.
*Candidate should have strong computer, clerical, and communication skills, as well as the ability to work fast under pressure.
*Ensures requests for deliveries and pickups are organized and scheduled promptly to meet customer expectations.
*Completes all related documentation for orders including bills of lading, customs documentation, etc.
*Helps ensure that all drivers credentials are correct
*Monitors and notates discrepancies of appointments for all loads assigned.
*Applicant must possess ability to work independently.

Required Skills/Qualifications:
*Previous office experience required
*Experience in a warehouse/logistics setting beneficial

Job Requirements:
*Experience with Microsoft Programs, Microsoft Dynamics/AX specifically beneficial
*Ability to work independently
*Good typing skills
*Attention to detail

$15.00

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3940 Broadmoor Ave, SE.
Kentwood, MI 49512
Phone: 616-575-5627
Fax: 616-575-5628
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