Summary of the Role
Provides overall leadership and supervision of all personnel and work in Oshawa warehouse. Incumbent will schedule work, coordinate activities, implement and monitor best practices for safety, quality, efficiency, inventory management and establish (and implement) measurable objectives for job performance.
Must maintain 100% commitment to safety policies and procedures;
Provides leadership and direction, including performance feedback, work goals and development to warehouse team;
Manage warehouse team to ensure daily production needs are addressed;
Working with Operations manager, establish priorities in the warehouse to meet division objectives.
Inventory identify discrepancies in shop inventory and communicate with operations; Assist in development of cycle count process for Oshawa inventory;
Implement process to stage orders with goal to eliminate backorders; on-time deliveries and accurate fill rates;
Investigate and address root cause of non-conformances related to the warehouse and warehouse activities;
Adhere to and maintain ERIKS Quality process in the warehouse, work to 0 error rate in fulfillment of customer orders.
Working closely with Operations Manager, educate and / or train warehouse personnel in the performance of their duties including inventory management, best practice in quality of production, work processes, etc.
Monitor departmental supplies and submit requests for replenishment to Operations Manager.
Recommend substitutions or corrections to manager or sales force to minimize waste or to expedite orders.
Maintain process equipment and report servicing needs to management.
Participates (hands on) in all warehouse operations requirements including fabrication, inspection, test and pick assemblies and parts, put stock away, and / or shipping and receiving.
Implement best practices to package orders to minimize potential damage in shipment.
Process RGA’s, non-conformances and corrective actions in accordance with Quality System requirements.
Assist all division staff to ensure total customer satisfaction in support of divisions financial results.
Communicate general and quality-related concerns to the management.
Committed to ERIKS Quality Management System
Skills and Abilities
Must be familiar with and comply with ERIKS Employee Handbook.
Must be knowledgeable of products stocked and sold.
Must be knowledgeable of shipping methods, including small package and common freight.
Must be familiar with computer system as it relates to this position (Prelude, Qliktek, Workday, etc.)
Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10's and 100's. Ability to perform these operations using units of Canadian money and weight measurement, volume, and distance.
Minimum 2 years post-secondary education.
Completion of inventory management, purchasing and / or Warehouse & Logistics is highly desirable.
Proficient English language skills; fluent reading, writing and oral communication.
Will consider equivalent combination of education and experience.
Competitive compensation plan
Health Benefits : medical, dental, vision, short term and long term disability
Defined Contribution Pension Plan with company match
Participation in annual bonus plan