Responsible for the safe, accurate and timely selection and loading of all outbound product. Ensures security of the entire facility during the night. Strives to make the night warehouse operate in a profitable and safe manner.
Responsible for development of Night Warehouse Supervisors through training on policy & procedures, education by assisting in problem resolution when required and leading by example. Creates a cohesive organization by keeping lines of communication open and directs workforce to insure efficient workflow.
Responsible for interview, hiring, review, discipline and termination process for night warehouse personnel.
Develops operation plan for daily loads, communicates plan with supervisors and lead personnel and ensures that trucks are completed within timelines. Creates load plans for individual trucks to ensure weight restrictions are met and special customer requests are accommodated.
Monitors a variety of operational data, including inventory losses, production goals and safety reports. Identifies problems, determines causes and recommends changes to the Director/VP of Operations to produce zero-error benchmark on accuracy and customer satisfaction.
Oversee the maintenance of the physical condition of the warehouse and its equipment in compliance with OSHA requirements.
In Union facilities, assists in interpreting the provisions of the collective bargaining agreement.
High school diploma or equivalent required; college degree preferred.
A minimum of five years experience in warehouse supervision required.
Able to interpret financial and operational data; Basic computer skills; Familiarity with inventory control, OSHA, HACCP and other regulatory requirements; Strong leadership, communication and people development skills; broad knowledge of warehouse operations, methods and procedures
Yes, 10% of the time
U.S. Foodservice is an EEO/AA employer.
Many restaurant-goers in the US can thank this company for the food on their plates. US Foods (formerly U.S. Foodservice) is the...