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One Workplace AST Coordinator I, On-Site Services in San Jose, California

AST Coordinator I, On-Site Services

Overview/Position Summary

Coordinates daily activities of on-site furniture warehouse facility; to include storage and distribution. Assists Warehouse Manager/Supervisor in daily tasks and/or current projects.


  • Ensures rapid, accurate movement and processing of product and/or paperwork.

  • Tracks inventory with inventory management systems and produces inventory reports when necessary.

  • Ensures effective work methods, procedures, and controls to achieve accurate and safe completion of assigned tasks, paperwork, and spreadsheets.

  • Evaluates and implements current methods as necessary to ensure accurate completion of assigned work by set timelines.

  • Maintains warehouse in a safe and organized manner, while applying all safe work method procedures. Escalate any safety concerns as they arise.

  • Supports Furniture Installation Team’s requirements, schedules, and requests.

  • Takes direction/instruction from the supervisor for loading, transporting, unloading, staging, auditing, and movement of furniture.

  • Serves on committees and task forces as necessary, and leads with other projects, functions and tasks as assigned by leadership.

  • Leads training on safety, process, new technology, and warehouse equipment.

  • Responsible for ensuring projects and daily operational tasks stay on track with established deadlines.

  • Documents and maintains performance data to identify production gaining opportunities within the daily operations.



High School diploma or general education degree (GED); 3+ years previous experience in a warehouse environment. Must have at least 2 years of Reach Truck forklift experience.


  • Knowledge of basic warehouse functions and processes

  • Fully proficient with all inventory management systems (Snaptracker, Ensync)

  • Familiar with operating non-power (pallet jacks, carts, hand trucks) and powered equipment (order pickers, forklifts), an tools used in warehouse operations

  • Familiar with quality standards and inspection techniques

  • Strong organizational and problem-solving skills with strong attention to detail

  • Ability to clearly communicate verbally and in writing

  • Must be self-motivated and able to work under pressure in deadline driven situations

  • Knowledge of multiple office furniture systems desired, including assembly, terminology and functionality.

  • Knowledge of or ability to learn asset management software

  • Familiar with MS Office programs and/or Google Suite

  • Ability to use judgment to make decisions

  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule that may include overtime and/or working a different shift to meet the needs of the customer

Physical Requirements

Seeing, color and depth perception, hearing/listening, clear speech, touching, ability to move distances within and between warehouses/offices, ability to mount and dismount forklift/truck, pushing/pulling, ability to lift and carry up to 75 pounds. Must be physically able to become licensed to operate material handling equipment at elevated locations.

Work Environment

Generally works in a warehouse environment with moderate noise, changing temperatures,

and around mechanical equipment and moving objects. May be required to work different shifts and work hours; may work alone or with a team; in moderate heat or cold, around dirt/dust.

Job Status – Non-Exempt

Job ID: 2022-3205

External Company URL:

Street: 5087 Disk Dr.

External Company Name: One Workplace