Warehouse Supervisor

Company Name:
The business and subsidiaries of The Schwan Food Company
Title: Warehouse Supervisor
Location: US-Kentucky-FLORENCE-KY-7605 EMPIRE DRIVE (0754)
Job Number: 14002848
Schwan's Global Supply Chain, Inc, a subsidiary of The Schwan Food Company, is hiring a Warehouse Supervisor. This position is responsible for finished, tagged, and raw material product storage, handling, and inventories on an assigned shift in a frozen food manufacturing facility.
Supervises employees for finished raw material and product storage handling and inventory operations on a designated shift.
Observes employee performance and follows up with lead to correct problems.
Attends meetings and keeps self and crew informed of changes in policy procedure goals and problems.
Enforces safety guidelines and rules, GMPS, HACCP checks, food safety requirements, and all company policies within his/her area.
Monitors maintenance of shipping /receiving docks.
Control Supervisor purchasing and supplier on any necessary changes relative to these responsibilities.
Responsible for inventory control of raw materials and packaging materials. Accurate cycle counting records and 98.5% attainment. Any related functions to Assist Production, Purchasing or Scheduling.
Responsible for distribution of raw materials between sister facilities and various vendors.
Coordination of incoming raw materials from point of arrival until consumed in production and ensure that all loads of raw materials are stored in accordance with all temperature requirements and unloaded in a timely fashion.
Be cognizant of bill of materials and coordinate any necessary adjustments as it relates to inventory or usages.
Responsible for management of all incoming Hold and Test loads (raw materials).
Notification of appropriate parties accountable for all records mandated by HACCP and any additional activity pertinent to the regulation thereof.
Responsible for production control and maintenance of proper inventory levels to afford production continuity.
Coordinates with Shipping, Production, Bakery, and Packaging supervision to guarantee an efficient flow of materials to and from their respective areas.
Responsible for order picking and truck loading/unloading ensuring trucks are properly loaded/unloaded and all cases of product are accounted for.
Collaborate with Shipping on storage of frozen raw materials and all other related functions.
Coordinates truck loading/unloading.
Maintains accurate stock rotation first in first out and reviews inventory, insures that product is in storage and alerts appropriate personnel of shortages.
Reports monthly, quarterly, and annual inventories including accountability for it.
Responsible for housekeeping of the shipping/receiving docks, receiving offices, coolers, warehouses and main freezer.
Supervises, trains, and develops subordinates. Qualifications: Education : Associate Degree or equivalent work experience
Years of Related Experience : Typically 3-5 years of experience.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities :
General knowledge of Purchasing, Quality Assurance, Manufacturing, Inventory, Record Accuracy, Cycle Counting Procedures, Inventory Control Procedures, Food Safety Requirements, Warehousing, and distribution.
Knowledgeable of Bills of material and Auditing Control Functions.
Working knowledge of forklifts, pallet jacks, and other equipment in order to detect maintenance problems.
Working knowledge of truck loading operation, yard operations, and reefer unit type trailers.
Able to operate yard tractor while pulling empty and loaded trailers.
Computer literate able to learn distribution/transportation software systems.
Have in-depth knowledge of Systems Applications Products (SAP) and have a working knowledge of word processing.
Able and willing to travel.
Assist IS with report changes SAP authorizations and system outages.
Assist production in clearing Storage locations. Resolve inventory discrepancies.
Assist accounting/purchasing with invoice/ Bill of Lading discrepancies. Lead or Supervisor experience.
Warehouse experience.
Willing to obtain forklift license within the probationary period.

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