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Stocker (Skilled Warehouse)

REPORTS TO:  Production Supervisor



The Stocker manages inventory of incoming and outgoing shipments from the warehouse.  


  • Prepares items for shipment
  • Receives and examines shipment contents and compares with records to verify accuracy
  • Communicates any damages, shortages or nonconformance to specifications
  • Utilizes forklift to move product to appropriate location in warehouse
  • Unpacks and stores product in an orderly and accessible manner
  • Maintains inventory of stock and supplies
  • Provides assistance to other warehouse workers
  • Breaks down boxes for disposal
  • Cleans and maintains cleanliness of warehouse to ensure compliance with safety regulations


  • High school diploma or GED; or 1 to 3 months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education & experience
  • Forklift license


  • Basic computer skills
  • Oral Comprehension – Listening to and understanding information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences
  • Language Skills – Reading and comprehending simple instructions, short correspondence & memos.  Ability to write simple correspondence and effectively present information in 1 on 1 & small group situations (other employees).
  • Reasoning Ability – Applying common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions.  Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.
  • Time Management – Managing one’s own time
  • Problem Sensitivity – Recognizing when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong
  • Mathematical Skills – Adding & subtracting two digit numbers and ability to multiply & divide with 10’s and 100’s


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  (Percentage of time performing essential tasks)

Constant (90 – 100 %)

  • Hand movement, repetitive motions, grasping, holding & finger dexterity
  • Eye-hand coordination
  • Standing & walking
  • Pushing, pulling & reaching
  • Visual Inspection, color distinction & reading
  • Hearing/listening
  • Talking
  • Writing
  • Bending & Squatting
  • Lifting: 0 – 90 lbs.

Frequent (60 – 90%)

  • Driving forklift

Occasional (30 - 60%)

  • Climbing ladders

Rare (0 – 30%)

  • Sitting, crawling


  • Indoor warehouse
  • Adequate lighting
  • Adequate ventilation (dust)
  • Unheated/non air conditioned
  • Noise/vibration (equipment/machines)
  • Exposure to potential hazards (electrical)
  • Frequent overtime (based on business volume and season)


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