The Material Controller stores and issues materials, raw stock, parts and supplies. May also receive such materials, stock, parts and supplies.
• Assists internal and external customers with parts/stock requirements.
• Maintains records of all issues and locations of inventory items.
• Stocks parts into appropriate inventory locations.
• Receives parts. Inspects all material received for proper quantity, condition and documentation according to purchase orders, drawings, manufacturers' specifications, FAA regulations, and/or other specifications. Inspects all incoming products and consumables as described in the Repair Station and Quality Control Manual. Reports Suspect Unapproved Parts (SUPs) to the Quality Leader. Verifies MSDS and company approval on all hazardous materials received.
• Assists internal and external customers with their stock parts requirements. Locates parts and issues them to the requester physically and in the computer system.
• Arranges for parts shipments to accomplish stock transfers on AOGs.
• Packages parts to be shipped out of the facility, and prepares shipping labels and documentation. May prepare custom documents and shipper declarations as required.
• May ship hazardous materials in accordance with IATA/ICAO.
• Responsible for knowing, understanding, following, promoting and continuously improving company policies and procedures.
• Complies with all applicable Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) Quality Procedures (QPs) and local work instructions.
• Strives to improve current processes in order to better serve internal and external customers.
• Advises the Quality Leader when changes to the quality system and associated documents are required.
• Works fair share of overtime and participates in weekend rotation, as required by the facility.
• Observes all safety, environmental and general housekeeping rules and policies.
• May perform other duties as required by the department.
• High school diploma or equivalent required.
• 1-3 years of experience in general shipping and receiving operations required. Prior experience in a business aviation environment is preferred.
• Must be willing to work second shift, if needed.
• Excellent communication skills – verbal, listening, and writing.
• Demonstrated ability to prioritize critical items; resourceful in finding alternatives.
• Strong attention to detail, especially regarding receiving documentation.
• Demonstrated organizational skills. Must be able to skillfully multi-task and handle multiple face-to-face interactions at once with multiple internal customers.
• Intermediate computer skills in Excel, Word, and internet research. Must be able to learn how to navigate internal systems and programs used within the department.
• Must be able to walk around the facility and bend to retrieve parts and/or files.
• Must be able to lift 50 lbs, unassisted.
• Must be able to stand for long periods of time.