The Distribution Supervisor (DC supervisor) is responsible for supervising material handlers, equipment operators, team leaders, and others in a manner that will maximize order flow, inventory accuracy, and processing standards.
Third shift opportunity.
Key Areas of Responsibility
Supports daily distribution demands in receiving, order processing, and / or shipping by assisting with resource allocation, workflow organization and order prioritization
Monitors workflow, space and supply constraints. Offers suggestions and implementation processes that will ensure efficient flow of product through area(s) of responsibility
Maintains accurate operational and inventory reports as required / requested by the management team
Directs associates and their work activities to ensure optimum efficiency within the defined scope of operation
Monitors associate performance daily and communicates information regarding goals, responsibilities, policies, procedures and areas for improvement.
Responsible for initiating corrective action as needed
Maintains team work schedule, associate time-off requests, attendance and timekeeping records, and approves time for payroll processing for all associates within their scope of responsibility
Ensures safety and housekeeping duties are followed in assigned areas
Performs other duties as requested by management
Profile & Core Competencies
5-7 years of experience. Relevant experience includes experience as a Production Supervisor, Distribution Center Supervisor, or Team Leader / Supervisor in similar environment.
High school degree required
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, Etc.)
High School Diploma preferred (not required)
Experience with a full-functional computerized Order Management System such as JDE or SAP
Ability to work in a team-based environment
Experience within a manufacturing company supplying product to Retail Customers preferred
Vision is required in order to read instructions, interpret data and formulate metrics
Hearing is required in order to hear instructions, receive information, and understand safety warnings