State of Washington Classified Job Specification
STOCKROOM ATTENDANT 3
Provides input to supervisor regarding subordinates’ performance for their evaluations;
Maintains manual or automated inventory control of supplies, materials, and equipment; insures proper tag inventory as outlined by state procedures; maintains records of equipment;
Monitors movement of stock and supplies; obtains estimates of future needs from users; prepares and submits purchase orders and requisitions;
Develops stocking plans and rearrange stock to accommodate inventory movement; uses appropriate materials handling equipment to move stock and equipment;
Instructs users and stockroom personnel on cleaning and minor repairs of used stock;
Prepares and prices inventory lists for stockroom; expedites special orders from central stores and outside vendors;
Maintains stockroom and perform custodial duties in assigned stockroom areas;
Cleans and makes repairs on equipment;
Performs the work of Stockroom Attendant 2;
Performs related duties as required.
Knowledge and Abilities
Ability to: manage storeroom facility with minimum direction; estimate stock needs, maintain stock levels and conduct receiving inspections and inventories; supervise clerical personnel; follow written and oral instructions; perform arithmetical computations.
High school graduation or equivalent AND one year of full-time experience in retail selling, shipping, and receiving or warehouse work or as a Stockroom Attendant 2