Who We Are: We are the Fuels and Lubricants Division We perform testing on different types of vehicles, from compact cars to tractor-trailers, off-road equipment, and internal combustion engines from lawn mowers to locomotives. By joining our team, you will receive an additional $500.00 in your first paycheck, minus applicable taxes. Objectives of this Role: Through on-the-job training, you will have the opportunity to work with various types of databases and software for inventory control in a hands-on environment.

Learn about the fuel and lubricant testing we provide. Manage fuel and lubricant products received from various clients for the purpose of testing on different test types throughout the division in a safe and productive manner. Daily and Monthly Responsibilities: Follow all written procedures and written and verbal instructions.

Communicate with clients, coworkers, supervisors, and project leaders regarding products received. Receive, issue and track incoming specimens ranging in different bulk sizes (2oz – 55gallons) and enter in database. Stock and organize inventory products ranging from 2oz to 55gallons.

Receive and count stock items before signing-off on receivables. Prepare samples for disposal by marking, removing containers from racks and putting them in proper disposal area; crush containers after disposal of contents; prepare lubricant samples for storage; use forklift and truck to move lubricants and fuel samples. Maintain and recognize adequate inventory levels; ability to communicate and provide information to clients, project leaders, and management regarding product levels, product receivables and product deliverables.

Operate computer using particular software and databases (familiar with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word). Requirements: Requires a high school diploma or equivalent Shift work required. 0-2 years: Vocational or commercial warehouse experience. 0-1 years: Knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications i.e. Excel and MS Word Due to project needs, weekends, holidays, overtime, shift work as well as a need to work on scheduled days off with advanced notice may be requested.

Exposure to solvents, fuels and lubricants; i.e. pentane, gasoline, solvent, diesel, jet fuel, acetone, heptane, ethanol. Must follow and adhere to safety requirements.

A valid/clear driver’s license is required.