Under the direction of the Office Services Supervisor II, the Warehouse Worker is responsible for the receipt, storage, inventory and issue of materials. This includes loading, pick up and transportation of materials to specified areas by hand, or by use of powered or non-powered materials handling equipment, van or truck. The Warehouse Worker delivers incoming materials from the United States Postal Service, and from various shipping companies. The incumbent will assist in the preparation of outgoing material; meters and enters delivery information into the shipping system. The Warehouse Worker will palletize, tag and move material from the Taxpayer Record Unit, to the State Records Center (SRC). All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Applicants must submit STD 678 Application and a copy of a valid CA Drivers License. The position is located in a high-rise building. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. A LEAP Certification List will be utilized. Applications must be received by final filing date. Pending HR Approval.
In addition to the STD 678 Application the incumbent must send a one page typed response to the following questions:
1. What is your experience operating a postal metering machine?
2. When running behind on an assignment, how do you ensure safe driving in a vehicle in addition to trying to complete your assignment on time?
3. How do you properly arrange boxes on a pallet to prepare for shipment?
4. What is the proper method for lifting heavy materials?
5. If there is no authorized individual present to sign for warrants (paychecks), what do you do?
290 - 393 - 6220 - 002
Tax Revenue Branch/IMPC
Final Filing Date:
Tax Revenue Branch/IMPC 450 N Street, MIC: 12 Sacramento, CA 95814
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