Under the direct supervision of the Operations Manager, the Inventory DAX Clerk is responsible for the store inventory integrity for all non perishable items. This position provides inventory visibility to support the business and operational needs in accordance with the company’s standard operating procedures.
DESCRIPTION OF TASKS:
The Inventory DAX Clerk begins the day by reporting to the Operations Manager for direction. The manager will assign a vendor or product cycle to be counted that day. A cycle is a grouping of items that is either divided by product or by vendor. The Inventory DAX Clerk will then take the appropriate documentation and scan gun and head toward the designated area or product to be counted. The product or vendor line may necessitate counting in the warehouse storage area and at other storage locations within the store, other than shelving, to ensure an accurate count. Once a section is completed the Inventory DAX Clerk will move on to the next assigned area. A cycle may average 1700 items. Each cycle must be completed the designated day as another cycle will be scheduled for the subsequent day.
The Inventory DAX Clerk may assist the Operations Manager with purchase orders and other paperwork in the office.
DUTIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
- Checks smart count inventory report to ensure it is closed at 100%.
- Checks scan gun for smart counts for the day.
- Checks in Retalix for the purchase orders for the day. Prints the purchase orders and give them to the receiver.
- Checks in daily with vendors to ensure delivery according to the schedule.
- Conducts cycle counts daily as recommended before the order is finalized.
- Reviews the negative inventory report (Artus) daily, and performs cycle counts.
- Assists the Operations Manager ensuring all purchase orders are finalized and closed before 5pm.
- Communicates with vendors, Inventory Control Team and Store Management on any issues with product, inventory or deliveries.
- Adjusts inventory quantities in the RF adjust icon according to the available codes.(i.e., in store transfers, damages, and out of codes).
- Adheres to all company and grocery store operation standards, policies, and procedures.
- Performs other duties and responsibilities as required or requested.
- year of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience in the grocery business.
- Inventory control experience preferred.
- DAX knowledge preferred.
- Basic MS knowledge preferred.
Preferred Field of Expertise
- Ability to read, write, apply common sense, and comprehend detailed and involved written or oral instructions.
- Ability to maintain effective working relationships with others.
- Knowledge of basic math skills, i.e., addition, subtraction, multiplication, division of whole and fractional
- numbers, count, and decimal systems.
- Communication- written and oral skills (Bilingual English/Spanish a plus)
- Strong attention to detail.
- Problem identification and resolution.
- Must be self motivated.
The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to suc-cessfully perform the essential function of this job. Fiesta Mart is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodations may be made as needed to enable individuals with disabilities to perform
Intermittently. throughout the day while counting product.
Continuously, throughout the day, while walking the store and warehouse storage areas to local product for counting.
Less Frequently, while working on the computer with purchase orders and other delegated paperwork.
Frequently, throughout the course of the day, on metal step ladders or step stools to access product.
Continuously, to access product for counting purposes.
Frequently, when counting product at lower levels, or gaining access to lower level product.
Under 10 lbs. – Continuously, while counting product..
11 to 25 lbs. - Continuously, while counting product..
26 to 40 lbs. - Less Frequently. gaining access to product.
41 to 55 lbs - Less Frequently, gaining access to product and breaking down pallets.
Over 55 lbs. - Very Rarely
Under 10 lbs. – Continuously, while counting product.
11 to 25 lbs. - Continuously, while counting product.
26 to 40 lbs. - Less Frequently, moving merchandise for access purposes.
41 to 55 lbs - Less Frequently, moving merchandise and breaking down pallets.
over 55 lbs. - Very Rarely
Intermittently, while utilizing a step stool, or metal step ladders.
Continuously, pulling product while counting or for counting purposes.
Continuously, pushing product while counting or for counting purposes.
Frequently, while accessing product for counting purposes.
Frequently, while accessing product for counting purposes.
Above shoulder height – Rarely, while moving product or gaining access to product.
At shoulder height – Continuously, while moving product or gaining access to product.
Below shoulder height – Continuously, while counting product or while in the office working on the computer.
Less Frequently, while accessing product for counting purposes.
Continuously, moving product, counting product, and breaking down pallets.
Q. EYE, HAND, FOOT COORDINATION:
Continuously, with all counting, scanner gun, and computer tasks.
MACHINES, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, AND WORK AIDS:
Scan gun, calculator, computer, printer.
WORKING AROUND MOVING MACHINERY:
This position works throughout the entirety of the store where there are hand trucks, forklifts, and cooking machinery.
MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS:
The store departments will have products specific to those departments. This position will be in the overall store environment every day, inclusive of the back storage areas.
inside of the market. The office area is temperate and similar to the store temperature. The temperatures in the departments will vary. The temperature of the storage areas will vary dependent upon the outdoor temperature.
Right hand, left hand, both hands, how often and how long.
Major hand - Dominant hand, continuously, throughout the day while performing all job duties.
Fine Manipulation - Continuously, while counting and using the computer.
Gross Manipulation- Continuously, while moving merchandise.
Simple Grasping- Continuously, while moving or handling merchandise.
Power Grip- Less Frequently, while breaking down pallets.
Additional responsibilities within the position’s purpose may be assigned. Fiesta Mart reserves the right to change this job description at any time based on business conditions and needs.
10121 E Lake June Rd Dallas, TX - 75217
210 - Fiesta - Dallas - E Lake June Rd