Phoenix Union High School District

21 / 22 SY - MATERIAL HANDLER III (CC#3232)

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Job Description

  • 21/22 SY - MATERIAL HANDLER III (CC#3232) JobID: 6391
  • Position Type:
    Facilities, Maintenance & Warehouse/MATERIAL HANDLER III

  • Date Posted:
    7/27/2021

  • Location:
    CEE- PURCHASING

  • Closing Date:
    08/17/2021



  • Additional Information:


    Equal Opportunity Employer

    MATERIAL HANDLER III

    DEPARTMENT: Purchasing, Supply & Property SALARY SCHEDULE: Education Support Professional
    LOCATION: DSF WORK YEAR: 12 Months

    GRADE 8:
    STARTING HOURLY RATE: $17.79 - $18.59 (PLACEMENT DEPENDS ON SIMILAR EXPERIENCE HELD AND EDUCATION)

    The Phoenix Union High School District is proud to serve a diverse population of 28,000 students and 4,000 employees in Arizonas capital city. With a portfolio of comprehensive schools, small specialty schools, support schools, micro schools, magnet programs, and extensive Career & Technical Education (CTE) offerings, PXUs schools of opportunity welcome, love, and inspire all students to go places and do things that matter.

    SUMMARY:

    The Material Handler III receives, loads, moves, delivers, and disposes of equipment, furniture, and other property and materials as assigned. Maintains inventory control.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    1. Receives, stores, issues and delivers equipment, material and supplies
    2. Processes and inspects incoming and outgoing shipments of materials, equipment and supplies for quantity and condition of items; verifies orders against packing slips and purchase orders; inputs items received into computer system; barcodes specified fixed assets; communicates status of orders with end-users and vendors. Processes returned goods.
    3. Answers inquiries about merchandise, purchase orders, requisitions, and related topics for vendors and District staff. Maintain appropriate customer relations with all vendors, delivery drivers and school personnel.
    4. Drives a truck, unloads and delivers materials, equipment and supplies to Phoenix Union campuses. Verifies, records and transports property and equipment for disposal, e.g. surplus, salvage and auction.
    5. Completes picking and packing requisitions; pulls, packs, and checks warehouse requisitions for high schools and facilities.
    6. Completes inventory records. Assists in conducting end-of-year inventory of warehouse stock.
    7. Maintains a clean and organized work area and warehouse.
    8. Operates a forklift, pallet jack, and dolly and drives a truck to move/deliver materials and supplies.
    9. Controls, reviews, and accounts for all receiving tickets, documents, vendor shipping lists and/or freight loading bills.
    10. Supports the relationship between the Phoenix Union High School District and the public by demonstrating courteous and professional behavior when interacting with students, parents, visitors, and school staff; maintains absolute confidentiality of work-related issues, client records, and school information; follows Governing Board Policies; performs all other related duties as required or assigned.

    The above essential functions are intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities and not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class.


    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    Education, Training, and Experience Guidelines:

    High School diploma or GED equivalent; AND two years of experience working in a warehouse and operating warehouse equipment; OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

    License and Certification Requirements:

    Must possess a valid Arizona State Commercial Drivers License.
    Must be a Certified Forklift Operator.

    IDEAL CANDIDATES WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    • Skill in safely operating a variety of warehouse equipment, including a forklift.
    • Skill in managing inventories.
    • Ability to interpret and use documents related to assigned duties such as purchasing and receiving documents, shipping and issue documents, stock catalogs and item descriptions, and warehouse and property control instructions.
    • Ability to follow safety procedures and practices.
    • Ability to maintain accurate records.
    • Skill in using a computer and inventory related software.
    • Skill in understanding, explaining, and applying relevant rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
    • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions and procedures.
    • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
    • Ability to provide excellent customer experiences, including but not limited to interacting tactfully and courteously with the public.
    • Commitment to create and sustain a thriving learning and working environment for students and staff.
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
    • Ability to use initiative within organizational policies, procedures and guidelines.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT

    Work is performed in a warehouse environment and required exposure to hot and cold temperatures and potentially dangerous machinery and equipment. May be required to lift and move objects weighing up to 50 pounds and operate machinery. Ability to stand, walk,
    turn, stoop, crouch, crawl, reach, lift, push and pull.

    WHY WORK AT PXU

    The Phoenix Union High School District is one of the states largest employers. Our 4,000 education professionals are committed to providing an excellent learning environment for our students while enjoying an inspiring work environment.

    • Highly Competitive Pay
    • Comprehensive Employee Benefits
    • Participation in Arizona State Retirement System
    • Education Loan Forgiveness (If eligible)
    • Vacation and Personal Leave Plans (for eligible positions)
    • Paid Winter and Spring Breaks

    The Board is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in relation to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability or sexual orientation, as well as gender identity, gender expression and immigration status. This policy will prevail in all matters concerning staff members, students, the public, educational programs and services, and individuals with whom the Board does business.

    DIVISION:

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

    SUPERVISION GIVEN:

    Finance

    Warehouse / Materials Management Manager

    None

    Action

    Prepared by:

    Review by:

    Effective Date

    Revised

    PSPC

    GB/CEA/Talent

    07/01/2021





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