Independent Electric Supply, Inc. (IES) opened in 1976 with ten employees to serve electrical contractors working in the high-tech aerospace industry. Today, IES operates 16 electrical supply branches in the Northern California area, San Francisco Bay area, Central Valley, Central Coast and 7 locations throughout Arizona. IES focuses on traditional electrical supply with dedicated specialists in lighting, switchgear, wire management, tool & safety, renewable energy and enhance logistics solutions to meet specific customer needs. Employing more than 525 people and managing over 1 million square feet of warehouse space, IES is one of the strongest electrical distributors in the markets we serve.
In August 2011, IES was acquired by Sonepar USA consisting of the finest locally managed electrical and industrial distributors throughout the United States. Sonepar is the world leader in electrical distribution.
SUMMARY Pick and sort product based on customer order, size, style, color. Ship, receive, and deliver supplies, materials and equipment, and maintain inventory control and records; perform related work. Mark materials with identifying information when needed.
Essential Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Picking orders from inventory
Unloading, moving and storing materials
Utilizing manual lifts, reach trucks and transfer equipment (requires applicable safety and operational training)
Storing and stacking materials according to company standards
Identifying and verifying parts
Reporting inventory shortages and recommending new orders
Removing damaged materials from stock
Operating RF scanners and other hand-held devices
Other responsibilities may be assigned
Through previous background and experience, the candidate must be able to demonstrate, with or without an accommodation:
Knowledge of branch product lines.
Knowledge of shipping and receiving practices.
Knowledge of Company policies and procedures.
Skill in organizing and prioritizing personnel and work activities.
Knowledge of merchandise handling and production methods.
Some knowledge of basic math skills such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing.
Ability to effectively communicate.
Must be a team player and abide by IES''s strong core values and beliefs. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY, WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS
This position has no supervisory responsibility.
Ability to be trained on the operation of power and/or hand tools; greet individuals, answer phones, and provide information to customers; bend, stoop, lift and move objects weighing up to 50 pounds; stand and walk continuously throughout an 8-hour shift; work in dusty and dirty conditions; handle and store hazardous materials; clean and maintain a safe working environment. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Operate Forklift, equipment such as pallet jacks. Climb ladders, Squatting-Bending.
Typical environments include offices, light industrial, commercial, utility and manufacturing. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Will include outdoor work exposed to elements and non-conditioned warehouse spaces.