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Maintaining proper inventory and ensuring that all items are available in stock is crucial to the success of any company. Warehouse stockers perform this job. They are also known as materials handlers. In addition to handling inventory, which is their prime responsibility, warehouse stockers also inspect all items to ensure they are in good condition and label them properly so they are easy to locate when needed.
There are no minimum educational qualifications required to become a warehouse stocker. What is more important is that you have the right skills for the job. Warehouse stockers must have excellent organizational, time-keeping, and record-keeping skills. They must also have a thorough knowledge of safety protocol related to the materials being stocked in the warehouse. Inflammable materials, in particular, require special cautionary measures to be put in place.
Prospective employers will ask you a series of questions to gauge your job knowledge, especially the safety protocol. They will also want to know how good you are at keeping inventory. They may give you a mock emergency situation and ask you how you would handle it. At Mock Questions, you will find a list of commonly asked questions. Preparing answers to these questions will help you answer more confidently at the interview and boost your chances of getting hired as a warehouse stocker.