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2nd Shift Warehouse Lead Distribution Center

Company: GRUMA Hayward ,CA
  • Expired: 25 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

General Summary:

To assist warehouse manager to control and monitor the overall operation of the department to ensure quality, service to sales, food safety, budget and safety standards are met.

Responsibilities

The warehouse lead assists the warehouse supervisor in the completion of the following duties: RECEIVING LEAD Assists Receiving Supervisor in the execution of the following duties:

o Ensure that warehouse personnel is trained in all aspects of the operation in compliance with OSHA and AIB standards

o Ensure that all required Receiving personnel follows safety regulations such as: forklift inspections, use of seatbelt, etc.

o Maintain training files and all other documentation organized and easy to retrieve.

o Participate as an active member in the safety, quality and food safety committees.

o Perform safety and sanitation audits.

o Report any accidents and/or illnesses within 24 hours and perform an accident investigation in accordance to the accident protocol

o Conduct monthly training sessions on safety and food safety for warehouse employees.

o Conduct safety training for new hires.

o Participate in special safety assignments.

o Address any safety, food safety or operational issues immediately and/or document them through work orders in case they cannot be resolved on the spot.

o Establish procedures to ensure damages and spoils are kept at a minimum, and follow the appropriate procedures to report them if should they occur.

o Maintain an open and continuous communication with production and maintenance supervisors

o Post employee schedule by Noon every Thursday.

o Perform self- inspections of the warehouse and assign daily cleaning duties.

o Maintain a continuous and open communication with purchasing agent in corporate offices and ensure availability of raw and packaging materials, while avoiding excess inventories

o Responsible for month end inventory of raw and packaging materials.

o Review with Productions Supervisor on a daily basis any product shortages to insure all products required for shipping at the warehouse are received on time.

o In the absence of the Receiving Supervisor the Receiving Lead will assume the duties of the receiving supervisor with the assistance of the Assistant Warehouse Manager.

o Perform other duties as required

WAREHOUSE LEAD assists Shipping Warehouse Supervisor in the execution of the following duties:

o Ensure that warehouse personnel is trained in all aspects of the operation in compliance with OSHA and AIB standards

o Ensure that all required Receiving personnel follows safety regulations such as : forklift inspections, use of seatbelt, etc.

o Maintain training files and all other documentation organized and easy to retrieve.

o Participate as an active member in the safety, quality and food safety committees.

o Perform safety and sanitation audits.

o Report any accidents and/or illnesses within 24 hours and perform an accident investigation in accordance to the accident protocol

o Conduct monthly training sessions on safety and food safety for warehouse employees.

o Conduct safety training for new hires.

o Participate in special safety assignments.

o Address any safety, food safety or operational issues immediately and/or document them through work orders in case they cannot be resolved on the spot.

o Establish procedures to ensure damages and spoils are kept at a minimum, and follow the appropriate procedures to report them if should they occur.

o Maintain an open and continuous communication with production and maintenance supervisors

o Maintain a clean, well-organized warehouse at all times.

o Must maintain cost per pound for labor used in warehouse.

o Must insure that all Food service orders are verified by product.

o Must insure that all dates are sent correctly to each and every customer following all specifications issued to his/her in writing.

o Maintain product rotation in accordance to First In-First Out (FIFO)

o Keep employees informed on factors relating to their work assignment, work progress, and opportunity for advancement.

o Must insure ALL trucks leave at their schedule departure time.

o Monitor workers to insure that they achieve case movement requirements. Must follow late delivery procedure if late departure is anticipated.

o Must keep and maintain personnel files up dated with Human Resources all disciplinary actions will hold up to union scrutiny.

o Must insure that all GMP’S are follow that pertain to warehouse.

o Before leave for the day must communicate to the on coming Supervisor anything that pertains to warehouse operations for that day.

o Maintain spoils and damages at minimum and follow the necessary procedures when they occur.

o Conduct accurate inventories by code date.

o In the absence of the Warehouse Supervisor, the Warehouse Lead will assume the responsibilities of the Warehouse Supervisor with assistance from the Assistant Warehouse Manager.

o Perform other duties as required

Physical Requirements: Able to Climbing, Balancing, Stooping, Kneeling, Crouching, Crawling, Reaching, Standing, Walking, Pushing, Pulling, Lifting, Fingering, Lifting, Grasping, Feeling, Talking, Hearing, Vision, and Repetitive Motions

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS REQUIRED

5 Years Experience in warehousing or logistics operations.

High School Diploma or GED Preferred.

Bilingual (Spanish / English) preferred.

Basic Computer and communication skills.

SAP experience preferable

Experience in a food-manufacturing environment preferred

 

Company Description
Mission began in the spirit of innovation when Don Roberto Gonzalez and his father formed GRUMA S.A. in Monterrey, Mexico in 1949. Their new, more efficient hammer-milling process replaced the centuries-old stone-grinding method, revolutionizing the corn flour and tortilla industries. The result was, and still is, exceptional tasting tortillas, higher yield, and less labor and waste.

Company: GRUMA

Why Work Here?

Great Benefits, Opportunity to Grow

Mission began in the spirit of innovation when Don Roberto Gonzalez and his father formed GRUMA S.A. in Monterrey, Mexico in 1949. Their new, more efficient hammer-milling process replaced the centuries-old stone-grinding method, revolutionizing the corn flour and tortilla industries. The result was, and still is, exceptional tasting tortillas, higher yield, and less labor and waste.

Address

Hayward, CA
USA