Lockheed Martin Receiver, Material Handler in Sunnyvale, California
Description: IAM Hourly represented employees who currently work at the main (Sunnyvale/Palo Alto) unit, Santa Cruz, VAFB or Eastern Range facilities must apply to open requisitions on Brass Ring to be considered for the position.
Evaluate critical schedule material supply conditions to determine cause and appropriate action to prevent recurrence. As required, consult with various material and manufacturing organizations (i.e., manufacturing, manufacturing support, product assurance, engineering and procurement) to examine procurement scheduling, stores and related documents for corrective action. Obtain supplier status of materials that are required but not available to support user schedule; reconcile information to schedules and report status to expedite delivery.
Reconcile incomplete receiving and/or shipping documents in any phase of the receiving function. Prepare shipping documentation and return discrepant materials to supplier for rework or repair. Contact supplier representatives to verify errors in material shipments, such as incorrect materials, shortages, overages, discrepancies, misdirected shipments and packaging identification.
Perform required visual ID&D of vendor items for quality, documentation, packaging and quantity to ensure compliance to procurement requirements. Stamp and otherwise approve acceptable parts and prepare or process paperwork, as required, for verified parts. Reject unacceptable parts and forward to responsible inspection organization for further evaluation.
Perform Stores location verification audit. Receive demand and kitting documents and check for completeness. Investigate and resolve errors as required. Prepare or oversee the preparation of kits for disbursement. Identify substitute or alternate parts. Route and sequence documents for efficient workload distribution consistent with Inventory Account Code (IAC) locations. Contact Material Planning and Material/Manufacturing/Production Requirements Groups to resolve problems.
Using the applicable stores computer system, perform stocking and disbursing transactions in accordance with IAC lot date code ,shelf life and trace rules and/or IAC internal procedures. Review Error and Inventory Suspense reports and resolve errors or notify appropriate organization of findings. Access reports to verify inventory levels. Investigate and correct transaction documents. Prepare for and perform physical inventory counts. Resolve problems referred by stores personnel. Audit limited calendar life (LCL) materials to ensure inclusion in the Stores LCL system.
Receive, store, package and disburse or transfer inventory materials, chemicals and other industrial materials following established safety practices and procedures. Respond to spills, leaks or damaged containers in accordance with established procedures and report all incidents to supervision.
Knowledge of material scheduling, procurement, storage, disbursement, control documents, hazardous materials requirements and procedures and flow of material as they relate to the performance of the above duties.
Knowledge of the operating function of production control, material control, product assurance and product assurance review and packaging, procurement (including procurement document control/purchase order), and material planning as they relate to the performance of the above duties.
Knowledge of how to process bills of lading as well as record government-furnished property and equipment.
Knowledge of receiving procedures and documentation (including government regulations) of materials received from suppliers, Company or customer. Complete knowledge of applicable computerized storage, automated retrieval systems and computer data systems.
Must have successfully completed all required hazardous materials training courses. Must successfully complete required training as Material Evaluator/Processor - Trainee.
Must possess a valid State of California Class C driver’s license, if required. Must possess and continue to maintain all LMSC-issued safety licenses required by law to operate material handling equipment normally used by employees in this classification.
Ability to lift up to 25 lbs. - General knowledge of material management processes and material safety. - Ability use a computer and operations systems after training. - Employee may be flexible to work other local locations if emergency arises.
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