Apria Warehouse Clerk in Irving, Texas

Title: Warehouse Clerk

Location: TX-Irving

Job Number: 044642

Apria Healthcare is one of nation’s leading providers of home healthcare products and services including respiratory therapy, sleep apnea therapy, non-invasive ventilation therapy, enteral nutrition therapy, negative pressure wound therapy and home medical equipment. Headquartered in Lake Forest, California, Apria owns and operates branch locations across the nation and serves more than 1.8 million patients each year. With over $1 Billion in annual revenues, Apria is one of the largest home healthcare companies in the United States. Apria was the first company of its type to obtain voluntary accreditation from The Joint Commission and has been continuously accredited for more than 25 years. For more information, visit

www.apria.com .

The Warehouse Clerk receives, unpacks, checks, and stores equipment and supplies.

• Packages and prepares equipment and supplies prior to distribution.

• Fills orders by preparing supplies to be distributed to patients.

• Processes paperwork for distribution of equipment and supplies.

• Ensures distribution forms, requisitions, purchase order forms and packaging slips are completed accurately.

• Performs quality assurance checks on all products received before stocking or distributing goods.

• Ensures warehouse is maintained in an efficient, clean and safe manner.

• Reports stock levels to supervisor.

• Assists with the ordering of equipment and supplies to maintain appropriate inventory levels.

• Assists in completing periodic inventory count.

• Cleans and sterilizes medical equipment.

• Performs minor equipment repair and maintenance as required. Maintains files on all equipment.

• Acts as back-up to delivery employees when necessary.

• May deliver equipment to home healthcare patients.

• May set up and instruct patients on the basic use of their medical equipment, as approved or allowed by local and state licensure limitations.

• Assists patients in solving problems regarding equipment use.

• Performs other duties as required.


• Must be 21 years of age. • Meets company minimum standard of Background Check. • Pass the Department of Transportation Physical.

Education and/or Experience • High School diploma or GED required • At least one year of related work experience is required.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations or Professional Designations • Valid driver’s license. • Must meet job-related requirements to comply with D.O.T., F.D.A. and standards of accrediting body. • Current MVR must meet company minimum standards


• Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills. • Ability to multi-task effectively. • Ability to communicate effectively in person, on the phone and electronically. • Knowledge of warehousing and inventory management

Computer Skills • Ability to use electronic hand held device. • Basic Computer Skills. • Complete on-line training and testing. • Basic printing/faxing/scanning.

Language Skills • English (reading, writing, verbal)

Mathematical Skills • Basic problem solving (addition, subtraction, division, multiplication)


Education and/or Experience • Knowledge of DOT and FDA regulations • Knowledge of Home Healthcare industry • Two years inventory management

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations or Professional Designations • CDL with Hazardous Materials endorsement


Computer Skills • Microsoft Office programs • Inventory management software

Other Skills • Previous interaction with the general public in a service management industry


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Regularly required to use hands to write, use computer, operate a motor vehicle, use a hand held device, telephone and use a document imaging system and manipulate documents. • Regularly required to read documents and write neatly, legibly and transcribe accurate information and numbers/values. • Required to use a variety of personal protective equipment (PPE) which typically includes, safety shoes, eye protection, exam-style latex and non-latex gloves and respiratory protection. • Employee continually engages in activities that require talking and hearing. • This position requires frequent variations including sitting, walking, standing, kneeling, reaching or stooping. • The employee must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license, specific to vehicle operated in the conduct of this job. • Specific vision abilities required to perform this job safely include close vision, distant vision, night (low to limited light) vision and the ability to adjust focus to work on a computer and read documents. • Strength Aspects:

• Frequently required to stand and lift objects from 1” to 36” high with weights ranging from 10 lbs. - 160 lbs., and carry objects for distances ranging from 1 ft. -350 ft., including travel up and down stairs, ramps or in elevators using material handling devices

as appropriate.

• Frequently required to push or pull objects weighing from 20 lbs. – 60 lbs., up and down stairs, through doorways and thresholds, using dollies or carts, or on flat or angled surfaces which may include outdoor surfaces, carpeting or smooth floors.

• Distances pushed or pulled could range from 1-25 ft. on average.

• Frequently required to grip objects with hands, up to 15 lbs. of force.

• Frequently required to grip objects with fingers, up to 10 lbs. of force.

• Body Position and Flexibility Elements:

• Frequently required to climb 100 stairs on average ranging from 3”-10” in height,

• Frequently stepping in and out of company vehicles ranging up to 20” in height.

• Occasionally required to climb ladders up to 10’ high, in general.

• Frequently required to bend down at the waist to a torso level of 24” above the floor.

• Frequently required to reach, on average, 20” away from the body.

• Occasionally required to kneel on one or both knees and squat to perform many of the above tasks.


The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• The employee is required to inspect and safely operate a commercial motor vehicle during the day and night and in a wide range of weather and traffic conditions.

• The noise level in the work environment is varies based on the locations or activities proximate to which can range from low to high.

• There is moderate exposure to dust, fume, mists and odors.

• Weather and temperature exposures range from normal indoor climate-controlled environment in buildings or vehicles and various outdoor seasonal conditions and temperature extremes encountered throughout the year in a variety of US states.

• General lighting is generally provided via fluorescent lighting indoors, and natural lighting outdoors, and low light conditions consistent with outdoor and/or night working environment.

• The employee may be exposed to higher noise levels requiring the use of hearing protection.

• Low to moderate potential exposure to moderate dust, chemicals, fumes and odors, as well as cryogenic liquids and cleaning agents.

• The employee may be required to ride in company vehicles and accompany employees on deliveries and enter into patient homes.

• May be required to receive or elect to receive vaccinations and participate in medical assessments and testing consistent with the work environment exposures, employee safety or patient’s exposure risk.

• Will be requires to use hand tools for assembly and repair, material handling equipment, cutting, carrying devices, cleanup kits or equipment.

• May be required to work with cryogenic fluids requiring special precautions, tools and specialized PPE.

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described above are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

As an EOE/AA employer, Apria Healthcare is committed to providing all applicants and employees with equal access to employment opportunities, regardless of sex, race, age, color, national origin, disability, pregnancy, religion, genetic information, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

Apria Healthcare shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals on the basis of protected veteran status or disability, and require affirmative action by covered prime contractors and subcontractors to employ and advance in employment qualified protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. AA/EOE, M/F/Disability and Vet

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