Use this Stock Clerk job description to advertise your vacancies and find qualified candidates. Feel free to modify responsibilities and requirements based on your needs.
Stock Clerk responsibilities include:
- Stocking goods from suppliers
- Assisting in checking the correctness and condition of deliveries
- Verifying the contents of consignments
We are looking for a Stock Clerk to join our team and ensure that the warehouse or retail store’s inventory is managed effectively while also taking part in receiving shipments and organizing products in the store.
A Stock Clerk’s responsibilities vary based on where they are working but typically include ensuring the cleanliness of the storeroom, unloading shipments and organizing retail space throughout the store.
Ultimately, you will work with other Stock Clerks to complete tasks throughout the day, and you may need to work directly with customers as needed to ensure they find necessary products.
- Transferring stock inside the warehouse
- Labeling items for pricing, storage and transfer
- Assisting with stock-taking activities
- Notifying supervisors and managers of inventory levels
- Packing items for storage and retail display
- Supporting the warehouse manager in the course of their duties
Requirements and skills
- Proven work experience as a Stock Clerk or similar role
- An understanding of stock management terminology, such as receiving, inventory and shelving
- Basic knowledge of using an ERP system may be beneficial
- Excellent customer service abilities
- A friendly and hard-working disposition
- A high school diploma or equivalent preferred
Frequently asked questions
What does a Stock Clerk do?
A Stock Clerk oversees the stocking of shelves and organization of products throughout a store. They also help customers find products that they are looking for and ensure the store is clean at all times.
What are the duties and responsibilities of a Stock Clerk?
A Stock Clerk’s primary responsibilities include ensuring that the store's shelves are stocked with products and priced correctly. They count inventory, add price tags according to an organized system then put everything in its proper place.
What makes a good Stock Clerk?
A good Stock Clerk must have excellent customer skills since they typically work directly with customers in a store. They also need to be physically fit since they are on their feet and lift heavy objects throughout their shift.
Who does a Stock Clerk work with?
A Stock Clerk typically works with other Stock Clerks to complete tasks throughout their shift, and they are supervised by a Store Manager who manages their schedule.