RGIS Inventory Takers are members of a team (called Team Members) that work together to physically count inventory for our clients and enter information into RGIS equipment. Inventory to be counted varies depending on the client and location to be audited.
Items may be located on the floor, tables, or shelves at various heights. Items are generally counted on the shelves, but may be moved if required. Inventories take approximately 4-6 hours to complete; however, it may take longer or shorter depending on the size of the location and the level of inventory to be counted.
- Proficient with the RGIS hand held computer and other inventory equipment.
- Achieve established average per hour (APH) counting goals while ensuring accuracy and integrity of the data collected in all inventories worked.
- Adhere to all company policies and procedures.
- Ability to work assigned shifts and adhere to a flexible schedule with varying hours to include working an extreme schedule, resulting in long hours on occasion.
- Ability to work in various work environments, such as stores, warehouses, outside industries, etc., with potential exposure to cold and heat.
- Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality in all duties.
- Access to reliable transportation.
- Ability to complete other duties as assigned by Management.
- Places community before self, engages and works effectively with and assists other Team Members.
- Ability to relate information clearly and accurately, verbally and in written form, in a positive manner that yields cooperation.
- Creates partnerships and instills trust and confidence in one’s abilities, based upon demonstrated expertise.
- Takes initiative to explore and suggest new approaches that can impact quality and/or quantity of job performance and organizational effectiveness, innovative.
- Demonstrates a positive presence and energy. Is optimistic, maintains a positive view of life. Is respectful and honest with others.
- Maintains a can do attitude, attacks job with passion, demonstrates a sense of urgency and delivers excellent output.
- Prolonged standing with occasional walking (frequent)
- Repetitive motions requiring use of both wrists and hands as well as fingers (frequent)
- Able to work for extended periods of time (frequent)
- Low level positions: squatting, kneeling, and crouching (frequent)
- Use of ladders and step stools up to 8 steps high (frequent)
- Balancing when counting stock from ladder (frequent)
- Conveying detailed or important instructions or ideas accurately and quickly (frequent)
- Able to lift and carry items up to 25 pounds (occasional)
- Able to travel by car and plane (occasional)
- Able to travel including overnight stays (occasional)
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