Warehouse Coordinator - Hauck Bros, Inc. Heating & Cooling | Springfield, OH

Warehouse Coordinator

Pay: $15-18hr
Department: Warehouse Coordinator
Reports to: Installation Manager
Work start and end time: 7:00am – 3:30pm, Some overtime and weekends as needed
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, 401K w/Company Match
Position Summary: Responsible for ensuring all jobs scheduled for the next day have all material and equipment pulled, staged, and tagged for Installer. Responsible for all company purchasing duties per the company’s purchasing procedures. Tracking material returns by job and return to stock. Responsible for all materials, supplies, etc. that leave the shop have been properly filled out on a material sheet. Maintaining and updating truck stock program. Checking and putting away stock orders. Maintaining shop and yard in a clean and orderly fashion. Assisting Installers in loading and unloading vans.


  • Insurable by Company insurance carrier
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Willingness to invest time in training seminars and classes
  • Follow directions as given, written and verbal
  • Basic safety knowledge of tools and surroundings
  • Safe use of ladders
  • Comply with all safety rules
  • Arrive on time daily
  • Dress in workman like manner
  • Unloading/stocking supplies and equipment
  • Unloading/loading of truck
  • Ability to fill out a daily time card accurately
  • Be able to carry 80 pounds unassisted
  • Demonstrate mechanical aptitude


  • 3+ years experience in Inventory control
  • Certified on Forklifts
  • EPA Certified
  • HVAC industry knowledge
  • CDL
  • First Aid and CPR certified
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office software
  • OSHA certified


  • Arrive and be ready to start work by 7:00 am
  • Assist Dept Managers and Shop Fabricator with items necessary to dispatch the crew in the morning
  • Notify Installation Manager of any shortages on stock items
  • Put away any deliveries, mark equipment received with job name and number, stage in appropriate area
  • Perform quarterly inventory count
  • Check schedule for all jobs installing tomorrow, pull material list and stage
  • Remove clutter and scrap from shop area
  • Pick up all garbage from warehouse, yard and on building grounds
  • Issue purchase orders to vendors for installation equipment and materials
  • Turn over packing lists after receipt into system and transfer sheets daily to front office
  • Coordinate equipment deliveries with trucking companies
  • Operate forklift for equipment receipt
  • Order special materials as needed
  • Maintain in-house truck stock program
  • Report status of jobs pulled at day’s end to Installation Manager
  • Review schedule for upcoming jobs to make certain that all material lists have been turned in for pulling and staging, notify Installation Manager if any are missing
  • Check with shop fabricator for any needed stock
  • Maintain facility in proper operating condition.
  • Put away all extra materials brought back by installers the day before
  • Maintain warehousing of Company supplied tools. Generate check out lists and reconcile upon return
  • Lock up building and yard as needed
  • Return parts and equipment that are overstocked, incorrectly ordered, left from cancelled jobs, etc., as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

Certain key business indicators that will measure the effectiveness of the Service Manager. These include the following:

  • Number of times jobs are not pulled and staged ready for installers
  • Organization of warehouse and yard
  • Accuracy of paper work, hours & materials charged to jobs
  • Accuracy and completeness of the installation truck inventories
  • Number of installer will calls as a result of not properly pulling materials
  • Number of times emergency stocking orders are processed for stocked inventory.
  • Timeliness in which PO’s and transfer sheets are turned into the front office for closeout.
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