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Parts Counter Clerk

Chuck Van Horn Dodge is looking for a Part-Time Parts Counter Clerk to assist in the Parts Department. The hours are from 7:30am-2:00pm Monday-Friday.
Position
Summary:
The job of parts counter clerk involves issuing parts and accessories to mechanics, selling to retail customers, ordering parts and accessories as required.
Requirements:
High School Diploma/GED required
Must have a valid drivers license
Previous experience in Automotive Parts preferred
Essential Job Duties:
Assist parts manager in maintaining a clean and efficient parts inventory
Notify parts manager or general manager of any unsafe or illegal activity
Stock in all incoming parts and reconcile parts invoice and actual parts received
Read and become familiar with all technical performance data concerned with product
Maintain a list of the problems encountered daily which appear to
Reduce operating efficiency
Need analysis and study
Indicate deficiency or inadequacy in policy or standard operating procedures
Comply with company standards for personal appearance and department
Issue parts to mechanics in the manner that minimizes the "awaiting parts" time, and place parts name and price on the repair order
Order parts not stocked from factory, from other dealerships and parts suppliers as required
Order parts as needed to keep the parts inventory at the correct level
Cost parts on all repair work and/or parts on repair order where the cost amount is desired
Write purchase orders for parts and sublet work needed from other firms
Take telephone orders for parts and accessories
Keep a record of all special parts orders and when the part arrives, notify the person who authorized the order
Make sure all defective parts on factory claim repair work, that have to be returned to the factory, are turned in by the mechanics
Help factory representative "scrap" parts held for factory claims
Clean work area when possible and notify manger if assistance is needed for clean-up

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