Parts Specialist


Primary Purpose of the Job:  The Parts Specialist is primarily responsible for supporting the parts department in areas such as, inventory control, deliveries, warehouse and the front and back counter.  

Essential Duties

  1. Employee must be at work during scheduled hours and demonstrate reliable and predictable attendance.
  2. Manages inventory control by timely processing shipping and receiving paperwork as well as ADP transactions.
  3. Picking, packing, manifesting accurate quantity of parts in a timely manner.
  4. Assists Parts Manager on cycle counting.
  5. Open and process purchase orders for service on vehicles and ordering of some misc. shop and building supplies.
  6. Assists as necessary with moving product and may manually lift certain product (generally less than 70 pounds).
  7. Drives forklift when moving products as necessary.
  8. Assists customers and employees at the counter and answers phones when necessary.
  9. Handles all products according to customer and employer procedures.
  10. Possess ability to read and understand instructions and prepare written reports.
  11. Delivers parts for customers as necessary.
  12. Be safety conscious at all times and report safety questions/concerns.
  13. Maintain a clean working environment.
  14. Comply with policies and legal guidelines.

Other duties as assigned by management.


Required Experience and skills:

  1. Power material handling equipment experience and basic computer skills preferred, but not required.
  2. Attention to detail.
  4. Computer skills.
  5. Inventory control including shipping and receiving.


Required Education

  1. High school graduate or equivalent preferred but not required.


Required Licenses:

  1. Requires valid driver’s license and satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) report


Working Conditions

  1. Moderate overtime and occasional weekend work required throughout the year.


Safety Hazards 

  1. Significant hazards. Work includes using material handling equipment that must be operated according to specific operating procedures.
  2. Materials handled can include chemicals that if handled improperly could expose worker to health risks.
  3. Be able to lift up to 70 pounds on a non-regular basis.