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Warehouse Specialist in Raleigh, NC at ARS

Date Posted: 4/25/2019

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Job Description

Company: ARS/Rescue Rooter


Only the best of the best work for the largest and fastest-growing leader in residential services: ARS-Rescue Rooter®. Unique to our field, we provide plumbing, heating, and air conditioning expertise through 70+ locations nationwide united by a commitment to professional excellence. In addition to the training needed for a real career, we provide year-round work, free uniforms, well-equipped trucks, advancement potential, and the chance to give back.

If you have the experience we seek, take this opportunity to grow with the pros at ARS-Rescue Rooter®:

Warehouse Specialist

Coordinates shipping, receiving and stocking of materials and stages materials and equipment for technicians. Supports good customer relations and assists installation/service crews by organizing and pulling materials. 
♦ Ensures that appropriate materials are pulled and organized for scheduled jobs.

♦ Prepares equipment and materials for transport to job sites and staging for technicians.

♦ Stocks service vehicles, as instructed, to ensure that required parts remain on-hand.

♦ Coordinates and/or performs the delivery of materials to the job site which may involve picking up parts for delivery.

♦ Inspects and signs out parts and equipment to technicians, ensuring that technicians maintain appropriate equipment to properly perform required tasks.

♦ Ensures that appropriate materials are pulled and organized for scheduled jobs.

♦ Receives incoming shipments, checking the purchase order against invoice with actual shipment for completeness and accuracy before distribution or placement in an appropriate warehouse location.

♦ Prepares and coordinates shipments and returns warranty items to different vendors, as needed.

♦ Takes acceptance of returns and handles according to the type of return.

♦ Signs out parts and equipment, as appropriate.

♦ Maintains equipment catalogs, price files and specification books.

♦ Operates a forklift to move materials and unload trucks.

♦ Checks to ensure that each job order is complete.

♦ Assists in loading jobs on trucks and coordinates any shipping.

♦ Orders supplies, parts and materials for the warehouse and takes receipt of stock. Maintains appropriate inventory control documentation.

♦ Performs regularly scheduled inventory of warehouse items.

♦ Completes all required documentation and purchase orders on jobs and services and maintains inventory lists.

♦ Arranges for the storage of tools and equipment when not in use. Ensures that proper maintenance is performed. May coordinate repair and purchase of technician tools.

♦ Organizes and arranges warehouse to respond to changing warehouse needs.

♦ May coordinate service and repair of service trucks to ensure appropriate maintenance.

♦ May assist in the removal and disposal of old equipment at job sites and retrieve recyclables.

♦ May identify, recover and reclaim refrigerant.

♦ May enter purchase orders, requisitions, and inventories into the computer system.

♦ May perform some sheet metal fabrication or duct cutting services.

♦ May perform general building maintenance duties to ensure the upkeep of the facility. 

Job Requirements


A High School diploma or general education degree (GED) equivalent is preferred. Related experience and/or training or any equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted. An understanding of air conditioning, heating, electrical and/or plumbing is desired. A valid state driver’s license is required. A commercial license may be required. Depending on location, EPA refrigerant recovery certification and an OSHA Certified Forklift license may be required.

ARS-Rescue Rooter is an Equal Opportunity Employer AA/EOE/M/F/V/D. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ARS-Rescue Rooter may provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.