Warehouse coordinators are hired by service-based companies, shipping businesses, and retail outlets. They help to manage inventory and inventory operations. Their duties include coordinating incoming and outgoing inventory deliveries, assigning delivery stations, labeling and tagging inventory, and coordinating the purchase of new inventory. Asides from this, they sort and organize storage locations following the company's requirements. Furthermore, they maintain and regularly update the inventory database. Additionally, they inspect and confirm the quality of incoming inventory. Also, they resolve issues relating to inventory.
To get this job, candidates must have a high school diploma or its equivalent. Having relevant certifications is a plus. Employers may provide on-the-job training. You must have prior relevant work experience. Essential skills include data entry, organization, problem-solving, attention to detail, decision-making, management, and communication skills. You will make use of scanning equipment, box cutters, and warehouse equipment. Warehouse coordinators earn about $39,947 in a year. This varies from $29,000 to $55,000.