Asset Technician


Company Description

Here at Infotree, meeting your career needs is a top priority. Our client satisfaction is largely dependent on the resources we can provide, and we take pride in our delivery.

We have a supportive team in place to give quality people a chance to grow and challenge themselves in their roles.

We have a team of dedicated recruiters and consultant care representatives that are committed to your success and wellbeing.

We have placed many employees in positions that have grown into lifelong careers. The keyword for both clients and employees is Options. We give employees options of opportunities in areas and companies they never dreamed of.

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Job Description

● Develop and implement efficient inventory management procedures.

● Reviews and implements documents used for movements and deletions.

● Maintains accurate lists of fixed assets. Tags and records assets received into financial system. Tracks internal transfer of assets and documents disposals, as needed.

● Responsible for proper disposal of assets. Records and maintains documentation on all disposals.

● Prepares for annual audit by running reports, taking auditors to sites, and verifying accuracy of inventory.

● Performs monthly reconciliation of fixed assets database and the general ledger.

● Conducts physical inventory. Prepares and files all property reports.

● Reconcile inventory discrepancies

● Assists with receiving and deliveries during peak periods.

● Completes other duties as assigned or required.


Education and Experience:

● Industrial Engineering or business administration studies.; AND experience in inventory control and office related experience; OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

● Advanced Excel & English.

● Good Communication skills with coworkers and other individuals.

● Work may involve lifting/moving objects weighing around 75 pounds as a regular part of the job.

Additional Information

● Work may involve lifting/moving objects weighing around 75 pounds as a regular part of the job.