Becoming a Production Clerk
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Becoming a Production Clerk

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Also known as Production Recorder, Schedule Clerk.
Records and coordinates the flow of work and materials between departments, examines orders for goods, and prepares production schedules.
Training time - No data available -
Avg. weekly wage $1,120
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 1,400

What does a Production Clerk do?

  • requisitioning supplies from stock and sending orders to production departments and other firms
  • confirming completion of orders and compliance with details specified, signing tally sheets and attaching to checked items
  • receiving and checking purchase requests against inventory records and stock on hand
  • examining orders and compiling data for production schedules
  • checking inventories and preparing delivery schedules
  • examining containers to ensure that they are filled, and recording quantities
  • investigating and identifying supply sources and preparing and processing purchase orders
  • providing price and other information about goods to prospective customers
  • counting incoming stock and reconciling it with requisitions, and updating inventory and stock location records

Specialisations

  • Delivery Clerk
  • Logistics Clerk

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