CED

  • Sacramento, CA, USA

We’re one of the nation’s largest electrical supply distribution networks, with over 600 locations across the United States. We distribute just about every piece of equipment that keeps your lights on, your energy flowing and your lifestyle comfortable. Our products – and opportunity – are all around you.

 

Gary Munson

$14.00 - $15.00 hourly
CED Stockton, CA, USA
May 15, 2019
Full time
RESPONSIBILITIES:  Deliver, or pick up, merchandise to, or from, our customers and suppliers in a prompt, efficient and professional manner.  Make sure every delivery is signed for, and the signature is legible, and every pick up is authorized.  Advise the Shipping Clerk or Warehouse Manager of any mechanical problems with the Company truck.  The driver is responsible for overall safety of the vehicle he/she is driving. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Ability to legally operate a motor vehicle, and have a driving record that meets the company standards as stated in SPI 537, Vehicles and its subsection “Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs)” and SPI 539, Commercial Motor Vehicles and its subsection “FMCSR Driver Requirements”.  Ability to easily move about job (construction) sites.  Ability to perform daily inspection and maintenance on company vehicle.  Ability to communicate any vehicle mechanical problems to company personnel.  Ability to work entire shift in extreme heat or cold.  Ability to manually lift heavy boxes (minimum of 70 lbs.) of stock from shelves in warehouse, including reaching, lifting overhead, stooping down, crouching and climbing ladders.  Ability to pull stock from, and to stock, conduit racks in warehouse or yard.  Ability to load and unload trucks from ground level or platform.  Ability to safely operate materials handling equipment (forklift, pallet jacks, etc.) and wire measuring equipment.  Ability to read a map and plan the routing of delivery trucks.  Ability to count bundles, boxes, reels, coils, and pallets. Page 22 of 49  Ability to deliver, or pick up, merchandise to, or from, our customers and suppliers in a prompt, efficient and professional manner.  Ability to comprehend, read, and to communicate the English language orally and in writing. SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES :  Delivering Merchandise Before Leaving the Profit Center 1. Make sure every carton, coil, and/or bundle listed on the Sales Register and/or Debit Memo is on the truck and everything on the truck is listed on a Sales Register or Debit Memo; 2. Make sure every Sales Register, Debit Memo, Credit Memo, and pickup is listed on the Delivery Record, Form 1019; 3. Make sure the vehicle is in good and safe operating condition, including sufficient fuel; and 4. If a pickup is to be made at a vendor, make sure there is a copy of the Purchase Order. If merchandise is to be picked up from the customer, make sure there is a copy of the Credit Memo Packing Slip/Receiving Record. Delivering Merchandise 1. Unload the merchandise at the delivery point per instructions from the customer. (Contact the Shipping Clerk if unloading instructions or conditions are not normal); 2. Make sure the signature on the Delivery Record is the customer’s. If someone other than the customer signs, identify the person (neighbor, general contractor, electrician, painter, etc.); and 3. When delivery cannot be made, or there is no one present to sign the Delivery Record, note in the “Received By” column exactly what happened to the merchandise (e.g., returned to Profit Center, left in garage, left under trailer, etc.). Picking Up Merchandise from Customer 1. Make sure the customer has a Customer Copy/Return Material Memo authorizing the return of merchandise; 2. Make sure the merchandise returned is the same as listed on the Credit Memo Packing Slip/Receiving Record; 3. Sign Customer Copy/Return Material Memo and give to customer as a receipt; and 4. Bring merchandise to Profit Center Receiving Department and give Packing Slip/Receiving Record to the Receiving Clerk. Picking up Merchandise from Vendor 1. Make sure merchandise picked up is the same as ordered (i.e., Part number size, quantity, etc.); 2. Make sure a packing slip is with the merchandise; 3. If merchandise is being delivered directly to the customer, fill in the “Quantity Shipped” block on the Sales Register Packing Slip and bring the vendor packing Page 23 of 49 slip back to the Profit Center and give it to the Receiving Clerk; and 4. If merchandise is to go back to the Profit Center, make sure it is taken to the Receiving Department with the packing slip attached.     Gary Munson RESPONSIBILITIES:  Deliver, or pick up, merchandise to, or from, our customers and suppliers in a prompt, efficient and professional manner.  Make sure every delivery is signed for, and the signature is legible, and every pick up is authorized.  Advise the Shipping Clerk or Warehouse Manager of any mechanical problems with the Company truck.  The driver is responsible for overall safety of the vehicle he/she is driving. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Ability to legally operate a motor vehicle, and have a driving record that meets the company standards as stated in SPI 537, Vehicles and its subsection “Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs)” and SPI 539, Commercial Motor Vehicles and its subsection “FMCSR Driver Requirements”.  Ability to easily move about job (construction) sites.  Ability to perform daily inspection and maintenance on company vehicle.  Ability to communicate any vehicle mechanical problems to company personnel.  Ability to work entire shift in extreme heat or cold.  Ability to manually lift heavy boxes (minimum of 70 lbs.) of stock from shelves in warehouse, including reaching, lifting overhead, stooping down, crouching and climbing ladders.  Ability to pull stock from, and to stock, conduit racks in warehouse or yard.  Ability to load and unload trucks from ground level or platform.  Ability to safely operate materials handling equipment (forklift, pallet jacks, etc.) and wire measuring equipment.  Ability to read a map and plan the routing of delivery trucks.  Ability to count bundles, boxes, reels, coils, and pallets. Page 22 of 49  Ability to deliver, or pick up, merchandise to, or from, our customers and suppliers in a prompt, efficient and professional manner.  Ability to comprehend, read, and to communicate the English language orally and in writing. SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES :  Delivering Merchandise Before Leaving the Profit Center 1. Make sure every carton, coil, and/or bundle listed on the Sales Register and/or Debit Memo is on the truck and everything on the truck is listed on a Sales Register or Debit Memo; 2. Make sure every Sales Register, Debit Memo, Credit Memo, and pickup is listed on the Delivery Record, Form 1019; 3. Make sure the vehicle is in good and safe operating condition, including sufficient fuel; and 4. If a pickup is to be made at a vendor, make sure there is a copy of the Purchase Order. If merchandise is to be picked up from the customer, make sure there is a copy of the Credit Memo Packing Slip/Receiving Record. Delivering Merchandise 1. Unload the merchandise at the delivery point per instructions from the customer. (Contact the Shipping Clerk if unloading instructions or conditions are not normal); 2. Make sure the signature on the Delivery Record is the customer’s. If someone other than the customer signs, identify the person (neighbor, general contractor, electrician, painter, etc.); and 3. When delivery cannot be made, or there is no one present to sign the Delivery Record, note in the “Received By” column exactly what happened to the merchandise (e.g., returned to Profit Center, left in garage, left under trailer, etc.). Picking Up Merchandise from Customer 1. Make sure the customer has a Customer Copy/Return Material Memo authorizing the return of merchandise; 2. Make sure the merchandise returned is the same as listed on the Credit Memo Packing Slip/Receiving Record; 3. Sign Customer Copy/Return Material Memo and give to customer as a receipt; and 4. Bring merchandise to Profit Center Receiving Department and give Packing Slip/Receiving Record to the Receiving Clerk. Picking up Merchandise from Vendor 1. Make sure merchandise picked up is the same as ordered (i.e., Part number size, quantity, etc.); 2. Make sure a packing slip is with the merchandise; 3. If merchandise is being delivered directly to the customer, fill in the “Quantity Shipped” block on the Sales Register Packing Slip and bring the vendor packing Page 23 of 49 slip back to the Profit Center and give it to the Receiving Clerk; and 4. If merchandise is to go back to the Profit Center, make sure it is taken to the Receiving Department with the packing slip attached. Gary Munson RESPONSIBILITIES:  Deliver, or pick up, merchandise to, or from, our customers and suppliers in a prompt, efficient and professional manner.  Make sure every delivery is signed for, and the signature is legible, and every pick up is authorized.  Advise the Shipping Clerk or Warehouse Manager of any mechanical problems with the Company truck.  The driver is responsible for overall safety of the vehicle he/she is driving. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Ability to legally operate a motor vehicle, and have a driving record that meets the company standards as stated in SPI 537, Vehicles and its subsection “Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs)” and SPI 539, Commercial Motor Vehicles and its subsection “FMCSR Driver Requirements”.  Ability to easily move about job (construction) sites.  Ability to perform daily inspection and maintenance on company vehicle.  Ability to communicate any vehicle mechanical problems to company personnel.  Ability to work entire shift in extreme heat or cold.  Ability to manually lift heavy boxes (minimum of 70 lbs.) of stock from shelves in warehouse, including reaching, lifting overhead, stooping down, crouching and climbing ladders.  Ability to pull stock from, and to stock, conduit racks in warehouse or yard.  Ability to load and unload trucks from ground level or platform.  Ability to safely operate materials handling equipment (forklift, pallet jacks, etc.) and wire measuring equipment.  Ability to read a map and plan the routing of delivery trucks.  Ability to count bundles, boxes, reels, coils, and pallets. Page 22 of 49  Ability to deliver, or pick up, merchandise to, or from, our customers and suppliers in a prompt, efficient and professional manner.  Ability to comprehend, read, and to communicate the English language orally and in writing. SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES :  Delivering Merchandise Before Leaving the Profit Center 1. Make sure every carton, coil, and/or bundle listed on the Sales Register and/or Debit Memo is on the truck and everything on the truck is listed on a Sales Register or Debit Memo; 2. Make sure every Sales Register, Debit Memo, Credit Memo, and pickup is listed on the Delivery Record, Form 1019; 3. Make sure the vehicle is in good and safe operating condition, including sufficient fuel; and 4. If a pickup is to be made at a vendor, make sure there is a copy of the Purchase Order. If merchandise is to be picked up from the customer, make sure there is a copy of the Credit Memo Packing Slip/Receiving Record. Delivering Merchandise 1. Unload the merchandise at the delivery point per instructions from the customer. (Contact the Shipping Clerk if unloading instructions or conditions are not normal); 2. Make sure the signature on the Delivery Record is the customer’s. If someone other than the customer signs, identify the person (neighbor, general contractor, electrician, painter, etc.); and 3. When delivery cannot be made, or there is no one present to sign the Delivery Record, note in the “Received By” column exactly what happened to the merchandise (e.g., returned to Profit Center, left in garage, left under trailer, etc.). Picking Up Merchandise from Customer 1. Make sure the customer has a Customer Copy/Return Material Memo authorizing the return of merchandise; 2. Make sure the merchandise returned is the same as listed on the Credit Memo Packing Slip/Receiving Record; 3. Sign Customer Copy/Return Material Memo and give to customer as a receipt; and 4. Bring merchandise to Profit Center Receiving Department and give Packing Slip/Receiving Record to the Receiving Clerk. Picking up Merchandise from Vendor 1. Make sure merchandise picked up is the same as ordered (i.e., Part number size, quantity, etc.); 2. Make sure a packing slip is with the merchandise; 3. If merchandise is being delivered directly to the customer, fill in the “Quantity Shipped” block on the Sales Register Packing Slip and bring the vendor packing Page 23 of 49 slip back to the Profit Center and give it to the Receiving Clerk; and 4. If merchandise is to go back to the Profit Center, make sure it is taken to the Receiving Department with the packing slip attached.                   Gary Munson zach.bunting@ced.com