Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is now hiring a Temporary Receiving / Property Control Clerk. This a temporary, full-time, non-benefited position. The Receiving / Property Control Clerk receives, verifies, documents, manifests, and prepares for distribution of all goods delivered to University Central Receiving. The position ensures goods are not damaged when received and are handled in a safe, systematic manner. The Clerk coordinates with departments for the accurate and timely distribution of University goods; works within established department procedures; and assists in the property control of University capital and federal assets, to include tagging, record keeping, property transfers, surplus management, property disposal, office moves and set-ups.
Responsibilities include the following:
Receive and deliver all materials acquired by the University delivered to Central Receiving, including copy paper and Duplicating materials.
Receive and enter Purchase Orders in Oracle.
Affix Property of ERAU control tags on appropriate items received.
Prepare accurate manifest logs and monitor completion to include all signatures required.
Support any other Receiving functions as needed.
Coordinate, assist, and physically handle set-ups, i.e. tables and chairs, orientation, registration, graduation, student center activities, wings and waves, etc.
Coordinate, assist, and physically handle departmental furniture and equipment moves, office moves, property transfers between departments and surplus.
Coordinate, assist in storage, transfer, sale and disposal of surplus
Transport of items retained in various on and off campus storage facilities.
Operate department vehicles and warehouse equipment to include a gas forklift, pallet jack, power tools, hand trucks and furniture moving equipment.
Support any other Materials Management functions as needed.
Maintain a clean, organized and safe Department.
High school diploma or GED and minimum of 1-3 years of work related experience.
Must have basic shipping and receiving knowledge.
Possess accurate record-keeping and basic computer skills.
Strong communication skills.
Position requires physical dexterity.
Ability to operate a forklift more than 50 lbs.
Must have a valid Florida driver’s license and ability to meet the University’s standards for approved drivers. Unacceptable driving records may include the following (for three years from the date of each occurrence):
More than 3 moving violations and/or accidents in three years.
More than 2 moving violations and/or accidents in any year.
A major conviction in the last three years, including (but not limited to) driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of an accident, reckless driving, and/or homicide or assault by motor vehicle.
Must perform duties in manner consistent with University ethics standards and Department values, and support improving team and individual’s capabilities, productivity and work quality.