This position has responsibility for the daily oversight and coordination of warehouse activities and staff. This will include accurate reporting of inventory, delivery and shipment information, as well as timely performance of job duties. It requires positive attitude, commitment to provide a high level of customer service to both external and internal customers; and a commitment to perform all duties in the safest manner possible.
B. Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Oversight of day-to-day activities of warehouse personnel and warehouse activities. To include:
Prioritize work tasks and assign warehouse personnel as needed to ensure work tasks are
completed in a timely manner
Communicate work schedule/hours needs/changes to Supply Chain Manager
Identify issues, concerns, suggestions for improvement to Supply Chain Manager
Notify Facilities of needed repairs or enhancements to warehouse areas
Ensure safe work practices are followed
Enforce compliance to company policies and overall work ethic
Ensure organization and cleanliness of warehouse areas
Provide input into performance evaluations of warehouse personnel
Raw materials and finished goods inventory management to include:
Coordinate local pickup and delivery of raw materials, samples, art work, etc.
Stage and ship finished goods.
Receive raw materials.
Work with local rail terminal to coordinate release of rail cars and resolve issues with rail (i.e., switches, turn cars, etc).
Put away and bin locate finished goods and raw materials.
Process accurate paperwork for storage, receiving and shipping.
Prepare outbound loads for shipment (stretch wrap and band).
Perform inbound and outbound inspections as directed
Participate in cycle counts and annual physical inventory
Coordination and communication with in-house logistics vendor regarding:
Inbound material shipments
Outbound finished goods shipments
Quality issues as related to logistics
Operation of company-owned trucks and equipment to include:
Transport of raw materials, finished goods, work in process and equipment between
facilities and/or warehouses.
Operate forklifts and other material handling equipment.
Coordination of repairs and inspections of trucks, lifts and equipment
Support of recycling processes to include:
Working with 3rd party recycling vendor
General maintenance and cleaning in recycling areas
Preparation of materials for shipment to external recycling vendors
Support of Manufacturing Operations to include:
Supplying machines with raw materials.
Staging of raw materials
Adhere to all safety rules and policies –
Identify and report safety concerns
Hold self & co-workers accountable for safe working habits
Timely reporting of accidents or injuries
Adhere to all company policies, to include but not limited to –
Reporting to work as scheduled, adhering to company attendance policies and
expectations in regard to reporting to work on time and supporting schedule changes and/or overtime assignments
Complying with all AIB /GMP guidelines
Communicating in a manner that is respectful and promotes teamwork.
Other tasks as apparent or assigned.
Production Center/Team/Crew Performance
Quality Corrective Actions
Quality of work
Quantity of work
Must be able and willing to create and maintain a good working relationship with all Bell Incorporated employees – be a part of the team.
Must be able to interact professionally and respectfully with truck drivers and freight personnel.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Must be able to lead effectively – with respect, professionalism and by example
Ability to work in a self-directed manner
Must be able to communicate in English, as well as read, understand and follow work instructions as provided in the English language
Must have general math skills
Mechanical aptitude preferred
Must have excellent attention to detail
Must have commitment to working safely with demonstrated excellence in safety performance
Willingness to learn and improve personal, team and organizational performance
Must be able to obtain Class A CDL licensure within 90-days of employment, with full license within 120-days of employment.
Education and Experience
High School Diploma or GED preferred
Must have a minimum of 3 years of warehouse dock and inventory control experience
Must be able to lift and carry up to 30 lbs. on a frequent basis; lift up to 100 lbs. on an occasional basis
Operate forklift, clamp truck, pallet jack, standup lift, and scissors lift up to 100% of work shift
Drive straight line and/or company tractor trailer as needed
Manual dexterity required for operating machinery
Climb on/off forklifts, clamp trucks, and vehicles to support job tasks
Stoop, bend, scoop, climb and twist as necessary to support work duties
Work up to 12-hr. work shift
Must have good visual acuity
Must have valid driver’s license and personal transportation for between facility and/or warehouse