Job Opening: Inventory/Tool Room Clerk
A Data Entry Tool Room Clerk is a position typically found in organizations, such as manufacturing facilities or tool rooms, where a significant number of tools and equipment need to be tracked and managed.
The primary responsibilities of a Data Entry Tool Room Clerk include:
• Data Entry: This role involves the input of information into a computer system or database. The clerk is responsible for accurately recording data related to tools and equipment, such as item names, serial numbers, quantities, and descriptions.
• Inventory Management: Keeping track of tools and equipment, including maintaining accurate records of the quantity, condition, and location of each item. This involves regular audits and reconciling discrepancies.
• Issue and Return: Facilitating the issuance of tools and equipment to employees or team members when needed and ensuring their return in a timely manner. This may involve using a check-in/check-out system.
• Record-Keeping: Maintaining detailed records of tool and equipment transactions, repairs, maintenance, and inspections. This information is essential for tracking the history and condition of tools.
• Organization: Ensuring that the tool room is well-organized, with tools and equipment stored in a logical manner to facilitate quick and efficient retrieval.
• Reporting: Generating reports on tool and equipment usage, availability, and other relevant metrics. These reports can be used by management to make informed decisions.
• Safety Compliance: Ensuring that all tools and equipment are properly maintained and inspected for safety compliance. This may involve coordinating with maintenance and safety teams.
• Communication: Interacting with colleagues, supervisors, and other departments to fulfill tool and equipment requests and address any issues or concerns.
• Security: Implementing security measures to prevent theft or unauthorized access to tools and equipment.
• Maintenance: Coordinating routine maintenance and repairs of tools and