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Warehouse Supervisor


Manufacturing and Production

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Salary Range

55000.0 - 65000.0 YEARLY

No. of Openings


Branch Information

San Diego, CA - Metro - (USA) 7094 Miratech Drive Suite 100 CA San Diego , CA - 92121 Phone : 858-635-5835



Job Description

1. Provides day-to-day leadership, guidance, training, coaching, mentoring, work assignments, 90-day and annual performance evaluations as well as employee conflict and disciplinary resolutions.
2. Oversees the transportation vehicles used from loading and unloading of raw materials, sub-assemblies, supplies, paper, etc., including equipment used to move material to warehouse storage area and assigning warehouse location.
3. Monitors material transactions impacting raw materials and/or finished goods; ensures transactions are recorded in enterprise software are accurate and delivered on a timely basis.
4. Champions the regular cycle counts and variance reporting and analysis for inventory control as well as for the bi-annual physical inventory count.
5. Directs the packing of manufactured finished good products to transfer to finished goods warehouse and ensures all documentation conform to specifications, including loading and unloading of FG products; or, packing and shipping of customer orders ensuring conformance to customer specifications, including shipping documentation and freight data.
6. Prepares and disseminates warehouse performance reports such as Inventory Accuracy Percent Report.
7. Develops and maintains department work instructions for tasks.
8. Interprets company policies to staff and enforces safety regulations.
9. Recommends measures to improve quality of service, increasing efficiency of department and work crew and equipment performance.
10. Other duties as assigned.

1. Material Handler
2. Material Handler Lead – RM
3. Driver
4. Receiving Coordinator
5. Supervises about 40 people

1. Working knowledge of materials management concepts and principals in a high-demand/volume workflow manufacturing environment.
2. Ability to guide, lead, coach, train, mentor and discipline less-experienced staff to accomplish business objectives.
3. Read and comprehend moderately complex instructions, correspondence and electronic emails. Write reports, and effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, vendors, and employees across a cross-functional matrix. Ability to work independently and foster a cooperative spirit within a large and/or small team.
4. Intermediate Microsoft Office Suite skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and enterprise material planning software such as JD Edwards; OBI software skills at an intermediate level, including producing moderately complex material reports.

5. Basic to intermediate mathematical working knowledge such as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimal.
6. Strong organizational skills with attention to detail, high-level of accuracy and strong follow through including sorting, checking, counting and verifying numbers.
7. Ability to operate commercial materials handling equipment such as a scanning gun, dolly lift, stand-up and standard forklift.
8. Ability to make administrative and procedural decisions and judgments.
9. Basic understanding of Total Quality Management and Lean Manufacturing concepts and approaches.