Oklahoma Electric Cooperative (OEC) is a nonprofit electric cooperative and is owned by those we serve—our members. We work for our members, not for distant investors. That means any revenue we make in excess of the cost to do business is returned to our members—similar to profits made by investor-owned utilities being distributed among their shareholders. OEC strives to be our members’ trusted, preferred energy provider and impactful community partner.
We believe one avenue to accomplish this is by hiring individuals who will partner with us in providing outstanding service to our members. OEC values our employees and provide competitive pay and excellent benefits, including medical, dental, and vision insurance, as well as retirement saving options.
OEC is currently accepting applications for Apprentice Logistics Technician. This is a full-time position with occasional after-hours, weekend, and emergency assignments.
The Apprentice Logistics Technician is responsible for the proper handling, storage, and distribution of materials to Cooperative personnel and contractors, electricians, and members. This position works with the Logistics team in maintaining an accurate, organized, and well-stocked inventory. They are expected to acquire experience and knowledge of tasks to advance to the Logistics Technician position. This position works closely with multiple departments at OEC.
This position will occasionally be on-call and must be available to respond to calls on short notice. Interested applicants should reside in, or be willing to relocate to, OEC's service territory.
- Assists with supplying crews and Cooperative contractors with materials and supplies for work orders and service orders.
- Creates material acquisition forms and pick lists as needed.
- Gathers materials from warehouse shelves, pole yard, and transformer shop according to the material acquisition form, staking sheet, and/or pick list, verifying correct items and amounts are issued.
- Updates inventory and charges materials to the corresponding work order or miscellaneous account.
- Prepares and organizes materials in advance when possible.
- Operates forklift to load/unload materials.
- Ensures Logistics areas, including the warehouse, transformer shop, storage areas, yard, and scrap area are kept orderly, clean, and in compliance with all applicable safety standards.
- Builds standard and special meter loops.
- Assists with receiving and unloading freight.
- Verifies packing slips against material received through counting or weighing items, reporting and documenting discrepancies.
- Stores materials in the proper locations.
- Participates in preparing and taking annual inventory of all stock.
- Verify inventory records by comparing them to physical counts of stock, reporting and investigating discrepancies as needed.
- Assists with forecasting inventory needs.
- Processes materials returned by crews and contractors.
- Evaluates materials returned on retirement, making acceptable minor repairs as needed to return item to stock.
- Operates and maintains working conditions of all vehicles, tools, and equipment used in the performance of tasks.
- Cleans vehicles as needed.
- Operates equipment and machinery following Cooperative and department safety practices.
- Organizes digital documents in document management program, including collecting, preparing, and scanning paper documents into program.
- Converses with members, builders, electricians, and the public to address questions and requests for meter bases and poles.
- Checks out meter bases to members, builders, and electricians as requested.
- Prepares and disburses used poles.
- Participates in on-call/stand-by duties as scheduled and as requested during emergency situations.
- Answers and responds to requests in a timely manner.
- Delivers material to crews in the field when necessary.
- Takes initiative to gain knowledge of Cooperative and department procedures, policies, and specifications to perform the job more efficiently and to qualify for advancement.
Ideal candidates meet the following qualifications:
- High school diploma or equivalent and 1 year experience
- Experience should be of a progressively increasing responsibility in a related field.
- Additional education may be substituted for work experience.
- Experience operating forklifts
- Basic computer knowledge, including Microsoft Office applications
- Perform basic math functions (add, subtract, multiply, or divide) quickly and accurately
- Hands-on experience in warehouse setting preferred
- Qualities of: team-oriented, shows great attention to detail, willing to take on responsibilities and challenges, works well under stress, and punctual
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