Warehouse Supervisor (3PM - 12AM)
Palo Alto Foods - Newark, CA

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Warehouse work is no longer for those of us who didn't want to work in fast food.

It’s logistics baby and we’re going places!
…Well, at least our SKU’s are going places.

Come see what this business is about. We have an opening for a swing shift Supervisor in our food distribution facility. This team selects SKU's and loads delivery trucks with quality tasty food.
…Well it’s boxes of food and you really don’t really touch the chicken or the cheese. That would be gross. But you can feel good that the professional kitchen dweller will, so it better be handled safely!

What does a Warehouse Supervisor do?
Supervise, direct and train warehouse operators
Coordinate the movement of goods
Schedule personnel
Communicate with other departments
Oversight of warehouse equipment and systems
Update the database

What skills, experience and abilities do Supervisors need?
3+ years experience in a warehouse or production.
2+ years previous supervisory experience in warehousing or production including scheduling and delegating.
Helpful to have a sense of humor…no boring people…or cranky either. Quiet is ok. Just not too quiet.
We encourage college graduates to apply. Put that degree to work running a team.
It's a warehouse so the candidate will need to be able to drive material handling equipment, walk, stand, and lift up to 70lbs.

What do Warehouse Supervisors make?
We offer a competitive hourly rate at $22-$24/hr and a generous benefits package including medical, dental, life, profit sharing, vacation, sick leave and more.

Career direction for Warehouse Supervisors:
Moving from swing shift to days is a start. Seriously, Warehouse Supervisors can grow into managers of warehouses or operations and even directors with the right company with opportunities and training.

The future of a Warehouse Professional:
Our future looks bright and the supply chain industry is a growing profession. 20 years ago no college offered degrees in supply chain. Now schools like MIT and Arizona State offer degrees in this exciting industry. Thank you Amazon and Walmart!

To Apply:
Please submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements. Due to large volume of interest, we will only contact candidates who will move to the next phase. Thank you for your interest! Good luck in your hunt for your next career.