Stocktaker Administrative

Stocktaker Administrative



The Stocktaker is responsible for ensuring all products in the warehouse are properly accounted for. They must count merchandise on the warehouse floor and compare it to information maintained in a database to ensure the amounts on the database are correct.

It is also the employee’s responsibility to service any customers that may require assistance selecting and retrieving products from the shelves.

Essential Functions:
– Perform weekly cycle counts
– Walkthrough warehouse to different departments to count product
– Scan product with LRT Gun and enter quantities counted
– Move product as needed in order to ensure accurate counts.
– Enter security cage and count product while lifted as needed
– Research in proprietary computer system (JSS) discrepancies between physical count and count in the database.
– Drive Scissor Lift as needed
– Provide friendly, efficient and professional customer service.
– Assists customers with product location and detailed information when needed.



Shift start: 5:00 AM
Shift length: 9 – 12 hours
Monday – Friday, some weekends and evenings required, weekends and evenings required during inventory


  • Health, dental, vision insurance – available after 90 days
  • Paid time off
  • 401(k) plan


  • Must pass drug screen
  • Can lift 50 lbs
  • Must be at least 18+ years old

Inventory experienceAbility to use Microsoft Excel is a plusExcellent math skillsNot afraid of heights

About Restaurant Depot

Restaurant Depot is a Members-Only Wholesale Cash & Carry Foodservice Supplier. Their mission is to be your one-stop shop for savings, selection, and service, seven days a week. They have been supplying independent food businesses with quality products from large cash and carry warehouse stores since 1990. They became the leading low-cost alternative to other foodservice suppliers by eliminating the overhead of a traditional distributor, focusing on the needs of independent foodservice operators and offering free membership.

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