Columbia Tech

Under direct supervision, responsible for maintaining cycle count schedule as per management direction. Also play a key role in spot checks for accuracy and validation of inventory as needed.


Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conducts and directs cycle counts on a weekly basis according to a prioritized product group calendar as directed by management.
  • Notifies Management of any stock inventory adjustments from culling, cycle counts or shrink.
  • Implements any returns to vendors: special order or stock material.
  • Analyzes and reviews all special order vendor back orders as well as customer back orders that may be the result of poor inventory control practices.
  • Assists in research with AP and count variances for items purchased by the branch.
  • Notifies Management of any inventory adjustment due to damage, short shipment, returns or for any other reason.
  • Maintains a working knowledge of all products stocked or manufactured and how they are assembled
  • Works with Inventory Supervisor to eliminate non-moving inventory.
  • Communicates with Management on all Cycle Count variances to find root cause of problems and to keep the problem from reoccurring.


  • High School Diploma/GED/or equivalent experience.
  • Knowledge of warehousing and material handling procedures preferred.
  • Good math skills and basic computer knowledge.
  • Read, write and communicate in English.
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
  • Must be a self-starter.

Working Environment

  • Approximately 90% of the work is performed in warehouse area. The remaining time will be spent in office and production areas.


Physical Requirements

  • While performing the duties of the job, the associate is regularly required to stand for an extended amount of time, walk and reach with hands and arms. 
  • Must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds.

Note:  The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of all personnel so classified.