Rural King Supply
Full Job Description
The PO Processor follows the standard operator procedures to receive and process apparel at the store. This position ensures the apparel racks are merchandised correctly and fully stocked.
- Follow receiving SOP’s to accurately scan and receive purchase orders.
- Use scan gun and computer-based software to ensure accuracy in receipts.
- Track purchase order shortages daily by scanning and emailing short invoices to Store Support.
- File all receiving paperwork daily.
- Assist with sorting of DC trucks.
- Verify the vendor’s price tag descriptions and prices match the item.
- Place security tag on select apparel items based on the SOP.
- Add price labels to select apparel items.
- Hang and fold apparel according to merchandising standards.
- Maintain sufficient number of supplies (hangers, price labels, security tags, etc.).
- Receive and ship store-to-store transfers.
- Research past purchase orders to find variances in paperwork.
- Assist the apparel department in stocking apparel merchandise on the sales floor when apparel receiving is caught up.
- Assist the receiving manager with regular receiving when apparel work is caught up.
- Use general office equipment.
- Operate handheld inventory device, forklift, pallet jack, ladder, and other retail equipment.
- Help drive company initiatives, such as Rural King’s Harvest Card Program, Customer C.A.R.E., RK Plus Protection Plan.
- File paperwork quickly and accurately.
- Ability to move up to 20 pounds repetitively and 21-50 pounds intermittently.
- Ability to sit/stand/walk for long periods of time .
- Frequently operate keyboard to enter in information.
- Ability to sit/stand/walk for long periods of time.
- Ability to verbally communicate effectively with customers and co-workers (in-person and via electronic devices).
- May be required to cross train and perform other duties.
- Must be highly organized and display a great attention to detail.
- Must have problem-solving skills, be self-motivated, and team oriented.
- Ability to work independently without supervision.
- Flexibility with hours: ability to work a 40-hour workweek with varied hours, days, night, and weekends as business dictates.
- Ability to access and use the in-store computer, scanning system, and wireless handheld unit.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.