The mission of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is to provide statewide leadership of a high quality mental health and addiction prevention, treatment and recovery system that is effective and valued by all Ohioans
Takes physical receipt of merchandise & fills Storeroom Requisitions for Units, offices & all areas of hospital: dates & rotates merchandise into inventory in systematic order ensuring control to prevent overstocking, spoilage, waste & theft; cleans & organizes store room; takes physical inventory of all merchandise monthly; checks requisitions to ensure correctness of items distributed; records all items issued daily & weekly to maintain perpetual inventory; loads & unloads trucks using fork lifts & other materials handling equipment; checks shipments for correct merchandise, quality & condition of items ordered; inspects stock for damage & expiration dates; stocks & stores items appropriately; writes receiving reports for all merchandise received & distributes copies as needed; receives deliveries of merchandise ordered; performs manual labor incidental to operation of Materials Management Department; orders supplies needed from Pharmacy service center, OPI, state contracts, and direct purchasing authority using payment card; solicits bids from Minority Business Enterprises (MBE).
Determines adequate stock levels & maintains inventory control by ordering amounts according to usage & consulting with department heads as to their needs to establish appropriate inventory levels, check units for outdated & over-stocked items; uses payment card to order supplies needed ; picks up items at local suppliers according to submitted & approved Requests to Purchase (RTP); maintains perpetual inventory posting all items received & issued; maintains files of receiving reports, purchase orders, delivery slips, & other shipping & receiving records; dates & rotates stock in a systematic order ensuring control to prevent overstocking, spoilage, waste & theft; helps clean & organize storeroom; operates materials handling equipment to move & store stock & equipment; operates truck to move items from HBH to State Surplus.
Performs other related storekeeper duties:
works in clothing & marking room, as needed; maintains materials safety data sheets in coordination with safety officer; does minor maintenance on materials handling equipment; makes pick ups & deliveries as needed both local & long distance; picks up shredding in all areas, as needed; maintains records in record storage area & purges files according to Records Retention Schedule; operates 3/4 ton truck for pick up & deliveries, as needed.
Attend trainings & meetings, travel when necessary; Other related duties as assigned.
Formal education in arithmetic that includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions & percentages; 6 mos. trg. or 6 mos. exp. in inventory control; 3 mos. trg. or 3 mos. exp. in OSHA &/or other safety standards & practices applicable to storeroom or warehouse operations. In addition, employees working in a drug central warehouse or storeroom must pass security screen.
- Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications for Employment noted above.
Knowledge of employee training & development*; OSHA &/or other safety standards & practices applicable to storeroom or operations; agency storeroom or warehouse procedures*; agency purchasing & requisition warehouse procedures*; inventory control; addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percentages. Skill in operation of equipment (e.g., pharmaceutical repackaging, forklift)*. Ability to recognize unusual or threatening conditions (e.g., chemical storage) & take appropriate action; sort items into categories according to established methods; lift up to 60 lbs. of stock or equipment repeatedly.
(*)Developed after employment.
All applications must clearly indicate how the minimum qualifications & Positions Specific qualification, if applicable, are met. Applications that do not indicate this will not be given consideration.
All answers to the supplemental questions must be supported be the work experience &/or education provided on your civil application.
An Intermittent position is an unclassified position and cannot exceed more than one thousand (1000) hours per fiscal year. Intermittent positions are scheduled to meet the needs of the hospital with no guarantee of hours.
Background Check Information
The final candidate selected for the position will be required to undergo a criminal background check. Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position. An individual assessment of an applicant’s prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.
United States of America-OHIO-Stark County
Heartland Behavioral - Mass 3000 Erie St South Massillon 44648
Mental Health & Addiction Services - Heartland Behavioral Healthcare
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Aug 17, 2018, 10:59:00 PM