Stocker Job Description
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The Stocker is responsible for performing various stocking functions, maintaining continuous supplies of open-case products for pulling by selectors, operating power equipment, and assisting supervisors on other assignments as needed.
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We are looking for a dedicated and hardworking Stocker. This team member will be responsible for performing a variety of tasks which could include picking and filling orders, receiving and processing incoming materials, packing, and shipping orders, and retrieving inventory.
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As a Stocker, you will be responsible for receiving products, distributing and loading material, tools, and equipment in the storeroom warehouse. You’ll ensure items coming into the warehouse are marked, counted, and stored properly before transporting where you determine they’ll be stored.
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As a Stocker, you're also responsible for merchandising products, monitoring inventory, and keeping the store looking its best.
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The Stocker helps provide the right products to our customers by unloading merchandise from incoming freight, moving it to the sales floor, and stocking departments. This associate handles hazardous materials, replaces damaged shelving, ensures equipment is charged, and keeps the backroom organized. The Stocker typically works evenings, overnight, or early mornings to prepare for the store opening.
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Provides prompt, efficient, and friendly customer service. Unloads product, opens containers, stocks shelves, and rotates products where necessary.
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Stocker's primary role is to maintain inventory and distribute and ship items. Stockers must be on their feet and have a general aptitude for counting and inventory management.
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The Stocker is responsible for assisting with the daily operations of the Shipping, Receiving, and Warehouse Departments ensuring timely and accurate shipment of finished products and receipt of incoming goods and materials.
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The position is responsible for managing inventory by using a variety of log editing and preempting techniques. Additionally, the Stocker communicates inventory oversell and availability to the station Sales Managers while working to maximize daily inventory and revenue potential.
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Perform duties to pull orders for production and shipment; move materials to storage areas and between departments; and receive finished components for storage.
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Frequently asked questions
What is the job description of a stocker?
The job of a stocker is to ensure that products and goods are properly displayed, organized, and stocked on shelves, in storage areas, or on sales floors. Some of the key duties of a stocker may include:
Receiving, unpacking, and sorting products or goods
Labeling and marking products with pricing or other information
Stocking shelves, racks, or bins with products or goods
Keeping track of inventory levels and reporting on stock levels
Rotating and restocking products to ensure freshness and quality
Cleaning and organizing storage areas, shelves, and sales floors
Collaborating with other store employees or managers to ensure that customer needs are met.
What are the 5 most important skills and qualities of a stocker?
Some of the most important skills and qualities of a stocker may include:
Physical fitness and strength to lift, carry, and move products or goods
Attention to detail and accuracy in labeling and stocking products
Time management skills to complete tasks efficiently and on time
Customer service skills to assist customers and answer their questions
Good communication skills to collaborate effectively with other store employees or managers
Reliability and the ability to work independently or as part of a team
Flexibility and the ability to work in a fast-paced and constantly changing environment
Good organizational skills to keep track of inventory levels and restocking needs.