Materials Management Inventory Control Tech
This new member of the Inventory Control Team will contribute to the accurate count and transactions of electronics inventory used in microwave receivers for government and military applications. This position requires the ability to count, read and interpret material part numbers and handle such components in an ESD safe work environment. Qualified candidates will act as a support resource in filling kit shortages and as a control mechanism in limiting the access to valued inventory.
Read and understand a bill of materials: material part numbers, part descriptions and quantities.
Fill new kits and verify counts in all kits that leave iRF for contract manufacturing.
Work with the Materials Manager to ensure accuracy of counts and bin locations.
Perform scheduled and in-process cycle counts on all materials as procedurally directed.
Learn the iRF system for receiving of inbound raw materials.
Notify short-shipped items or any count/damage discrepancies to Materials Management.
Document lot, revision and serial numbers on incoming material.
Follow and improve upon inventory procedures to strengthen process integrity.
Communicate inventory discrepancies and execute transactional movements in a timely manner.
Work with Quality to resolve any part inaccuracies or defects.
Maintain a clean, safe, organized, and disciplined work environment.
Issue parts to technicians, assemblers and engineers in a professional manner.
Learn and practice ESD awareness/best practices.
Other duties as assigned
Must provide proof of US Citizenship and have the ability to obtain security clearance
Must be able to pass a drug test
Must be able to stand for extended periods of time (greater than two hours consecutively).
Must be able to use a microscope to handle material with small hand tools i.e. tweezers.
Must have a mastery of the English language and the ability to communicate through spoken word and email.
This individual must be hands-on, decisive, and able to get things done in a small company environment
A two-year college degree in business is a plus.
Previous experience working within the field of microwave electronics is desired.
Evidence of a steady work history and a desire for professional growth are preferred.
Experience working in an ISO work environment considered a plus.
Steady Hand Dexterity
Attention to Detail
Sense of Urgency
EOE, including disability/vets.