Document the quantity and type of equipment, merchandise, and/or supplies stocked in the warehouse and/or on vans as well as all of the materials needed for the different types of installations and service calls
Maintain an accurate physical count of van products, warehouse products, and saleable products on a daily, weekly, and/or monthly basis
Receive returned equipment, new inventory, and vendor shipments, stock the inventory in the warehouse, prepare shipments for return to the remanufacturing department, and record distributed hardware information in the computer tracking system
Complete daily inventory transactions for all products used, linking them to the proper accounts
Assist supervisor with all inventory replenishment reports and inventory-related communications with other departments
Skills, Experience and Requirements
A successful Inventory Specialist will have the following:
Must possess a valid driver's license in the State you are seeking employment in, with a driving record that meets DISH's minimum safety standard
Willingness to work flexible hours, including weekends, and will be compensated for overtime
Employees must frequently lift and/or move up to 75 pounds, may occasionally be required to lift up to 125 pounds
Employees must be able to safely operate warehouse equipment (pallet jack, and/or a forklift)
Must have intermediate level MS Office experience
Compensation and Benefits
We also offer versatile health perks, including flexible spending accounts, HSA, a 401(k) Plan with company match, ESPP, career opportunities, and a flexible time away plan; all benefits can be viewed here: DISH Benefits.
The base pay range shown is a guideline. Individual total compensation will vary based on factors such as qualifications, skill level, and competencies; compensation is based on the role's location and is subject to change based on work location. Candidates need to successfully complete a pre-employment screen, which may include a drug test and DMV check.