A typical day at WorldPac
Receiving Clerk/Inventory Specialist (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – April 10, 2016
A typical day of work for me at WorldPac includes unloading trucks, printing daily inventory reports, looking for any discrepancies and ensuring that those discrepancies are corrected by paying close attention to detail and making sure that steps are taken to resolve any issues. I perform bin movements, and primary, scheduled and invoiced cycle counts at the beginning of each day. I stage up to 750 line items of parts every day. I put away up to 500 line items of parts on a daily basis. I have always loved working with automotive parts and have been very successful in positions where I am required to use precision and pay close attention to details. I love to have things organized, clean and neat, and I am a problem solver.
From working at WorldPac, I have learned the warehouse side of the automotive parts industry from the company that has the largest import and domestic selection of automotive parts available in North America. Management has always been very professional at WorldPac. At WorldPac, we work as a team to ensure the success of the organization. The hardest part of the position is ensuring that orders are put up in a timely manner when we are understaffed. The most enjoyable part, of my current position, is knowing that things are done correctly and everything is in order. I like the feeling of achievement, at the end of the day, when we have gone through eight to twelve pallets of parts, opened them, staged them and put everything away correctly and closed all of the orders electronically.