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CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN

In Kansas / United States

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JOB TITLE:
CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN
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JOB SKILLS:
JOB LOCATION:
Berkeley Kansas / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION :
CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN
First shift; M-F 7am – 3pm
Pay Rate: $15.50/HR


The Chemical Management Technician (CMS Technician) is accountable for representing values, quality and commitment, for maintaining adequate stock levels, and performing value added functions of chemical management on the customer site or our warehouse location. This person will serve as the primary contact for our customers and responsible to consistently interact with various site personnel in a production or warehouse environment.. Additionally, this employee will be responsible for supporting a safe and hazard free workplace, specifically in chemical materials handling processes, procedures, and utilizing all required Personal Protective Equipment. This role may require travelling between customer sites
as well as from chemical and hardware warehouses. This position requires the utmost level of professionalism in the face of the customer and excellent correspondence skills using various methods of communication.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
? Represent vision, values and objectives in all job-related activities, sustaining excellent customer relationships
? Maintain strong knowledge of products including, but not limited to, hardware, chemicals, tooling, and electric
components, services, inventory systems, quality requirements, and customer plans and specifications
? Monitor production floor bins and storage cabinets to determine when replenishment of stock is required
? Perform regular inventory inspections for shelf life/ expiration dates as required
? Conduct basic analysis/sampling and review of chemical compatibility to determine potential required actions to conform to customer requirements and industry regulations, as required
? Perform chemical additions to process tanks per written guidance from customer laboratory
? Ensure availability and coordinate delivery of necessary chemicals for additions to be processed
? Utilize hand scanners to scan stocking locations on the customer site and transmit replenishment orders to Wesco
mainframe for processing
? Receive and verify product and documentation to ensure accuracy of inventory required for the customer specifications and site
? Gather, deliver, and stock: inventory storage cribs and fill bins/cabinets on the customer site accurately with required orders
? Level load production floor bins as necessary due to back order conditions, as required
? Utilize pallet jacks, drum dollies, drive forklifts, and/or order picker, when trained/certified
? Maintain floor cleanliness, apply labels, and repair and/or replace bins, cabinets, and racks, as required
? Practice and promote good housekeeping within the on-site work environment
? Respond to hazardous material releases and provide spill cleanup according to Safety & Health standards while utilizing and interpreting chemical detection devices and associated equipment

Position Details

Jun 19, 2021
S16204861056077122
Kansas / United States
Berkeley
A job sourcing event
In Dallas Fort Worth
Aug 19, 2017 9am-6pm
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CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN
First shift; M-F 7am – 3pm
Pay Rate: $15.50/HR


The Chemical Management Technician (CMS Technician) is accountable for representing values, quality and commitment, for maintaining adequate stock levels, and performing value added functions of chemical management on the customer site or our warehouse location. This person will serve as the primary contact for our customers and responsible to consistently interact with various site personnel in a production or warehouse environment.. Additionally, this employee will be responsible for supporting a safe and hazard free workplace, specifically in chemical materials handling processes, procedures, and utilizing all required Personal Protective Equipment. This role may require travelling between customer sites
as well as from chemical and hardware warehouses. This position requires the utmost level of professionalism in the face of the customer and excellent correspondence skills using various methods of communication.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
? Represent vision, values and objectives in all job-related activities, sustaining excellent customer relationships
? Maintain strong knowledge of products including, but not limited to, hardware, chemicals, tooling, and electric
components, services, inventory systems, quality requirements, and customer plans and specifications
? Monitor production floor bins and storage cabinets to determine when replenishment of stock is required
? Perform regular inventory inspections for shelf life/ expiration dates as required
? Conduct basic analysis/sampling and review of chemical compatibility to determine potential required actions to conform to customer requirements and industry regulations, as required
? Perform chemical additions to process tanks per written guidance from customer laboratory
? Ensure availability and coordinate delivery of necessary chemicals for additions to be processed
? Utilize hand scanners to scan stocking locations on the customer site and transmit replenishment orders to Wesco
mainframe for processing
? Receive and verify product and documentation to ensure accuracy of inventory required for the customer specifications and site
? Gather, deliver, and stock: inventory storage cribs and fill bins/cabinets on the customer site accurately with required orders
? Level load production floor bins as necessary due to back order conditions, as required
? Utilize pallet jacks, drum dollies, drive forklifts, and/or order picker, when trained/certified
? Maintain floor cleanliness, apply labels, and repair and/or replace bins, cabinets, and racks, as required
? Practice and promote good housekeeping within the on-site work environment
? Respond to hazardous material releases and provide spill cleanup according to Safety & Health standards while utilizing and interpreting chemical detection devices and associated equipment