Cons: no overtime
Coordinate yard check / compare empties with daily load schedule
Receive all pertinent information from the prior coordinator
Review loading issue with prior coordinator (hot loads, special instructions and product availability)
Perform Daily Shift Assignment, Headcount, and Attendance forward and review with Supervisor
Walk dock, inspecting trailers in process. Verify trailer cleanliness and product loading quality. Fix issues. Communicate issues to your Supervisor
Monitor all safety rules and regulation; communicate any concerns or issue to Shift Supervisor
Direct and continuous communication with Turret Operators, Loaders, Spotter, Gate Operators and Inventory Coordinator of all issues
Review partial pallet report and add partial pallets to outbound loads
Ensure completion of Daily Equipment Checklists Sign-out, forward to Manager.
Have communication with Turret Operators, Loaders, Spotter, Gate Operators and Inventory Coordinator of all issues.
Coordinate trailer movements to and from doors.
Allocate orders, proactively, as work is needed. Research all shortages, via inventory query, production schedule and inbound log. Report any un-resolved shortages to your Shift Supervisor,
Conduct audits of loading. Enforce loading guidelines
Regulate breaks, lunch, overtime and downtime.
Ensure all areas are clean, neat and all products are put away prior to end of shift. (This includes wrappers, shipping office and surrounding area)
Other Assignments as dictated by your Shift Supervisor
Ensure that the next shift has enough work allocated to get their shift started