State of Washington Classified Job Specification
WAREHOUSE OPERATOR 1
Class Series Concept
Prepares stock identification tags bearing coded information; places stock in proper storage locations; rotates stock as necessary;
Gathers items from stock, verifies descriptions, and issues materials, including flammable and hazardous materials, and equipment to fill appropriate requisitions;
Operates self-propelled lift trucks, hand trucks, dollies, and other loading and moving equipment used in warehouse activities;
Takes physical inventories;
Drives trucks, up to and including two and one half ton trucks, to make deliveries to nearby areas;
Operates an automated order processing system;
Files purchase orders, directives, requisitions, receiver's reports and correspondence;
Issues supplies, electronic parts and components from storage locations according to approved requisitions; prepare requisitions and purchase requests for supply items as directed;
Performs duties involved in maintenance, arrangement and cleanliness of the warehouse/worksite and its equipment.
Positions typically require a High School graduation or GED Certificate and physical ability to do required work and six months of clerical or technical experience in retail clerking, warehousing, stock keeping, shipping, or receiving and operation of material handling equipment.
Class Specification History
Revise class. Revise class series concept and definition; adopted May 10, 2007, effective July 1, 2007.