Supervises: Production Personnel
Reports To: Administrator
Function: The Production Supervisor will supervise and coordinate the warehouse and truck operations to ensure efficiency in production.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Supervise, direct and train production and dispatch employees.
2. Schedule all employees assigned to the production department to ensure adequate coverage in all areas.
3. See that all vehicles (including fork lift) are properly registered, inspected, and maintained and regularly serviced. Keep records of same as per policy.
4. Maintain and keep in safe working order all equipment assigned to your area of responsibility. (Baler(s), scales, wheelers, and other rolling stock, etc.)
5. Ensure that pickup, truck route, and driver schedules are planned economically and that all donated items are brought to the center expeditiously and without damage.
6. See that all store deliveries are completed and properly recorded on the manifest. Ensure that all merchandise is properly loaded, packed, and shipped out expeditiously and that trucks are packed efficiently.
7. Keep the warehouse clean and ensure that trash is removed from the center and stores systematically to avoid build up, taking care so that no saleable items are thrown into the trash.
8. Work in cooperation with person coordinating bale sales to schedule pick-ups. Record and supervise production and loading of bales.
9. Supervise the sorting process (as assigned) to ensure appropriate systems for hanging, tagging, pricing, shipping to the stores, and seasonal storage. Ensure that an adequate number of garments is produced to supply the stores with the minimum standard and better and to comply with Command policy.
10. Supervise the expediting process, ensuring that furniture is properly cleaned, sanitized, tagged, placed on manifest, and shipped to thrift stores.
11. Maintain, complete, and submit on a daily/weekly/monthly basis as required by policy all warehouse and production reports (Motor Vehicle Request (MVR) monthly, Medical Cards and CDL license checks, Daily Production Report, Daily Baling Report, Dispatch/Phone Room Report, etc.), and employee time cards/time sheets, requests for time off, etc.
12. Ensure sufficient staffing of warehouse and trucking; including interviewing and recommending recruitment of warehouse personnel and drivers, as required.
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13. Conduct regular evaluations of Dispatch and warehouse personnel, identifying performance strengths and deficiencies. Recommend training needs and corrective measures as necessary.
14. Ensure that all safety measures are consistent with Salvation Army policy and Government regulations and all personnel are in compliance.
15. Maintain regular communication with immediate supervisor and Store Managers, Sorting Room Supervisor, Administration office and the Administrator, as required, on matters pertaining to warehouse operation and personnel within production operation.
16. Ensure that all equipment (communications, keys, material handling, etc.) is secured and accounted for daily.
17. Ensure that the dock area and W ork Therapy Building are secured at the end of each shift. (Thermostats adjusted; electrical equipment shut down; truck engine heaters plugged in during the winter months, etc.)
18. Ensure that all vehicles are fueled, clean, and ready for next day’s operation. All trash and non-work related items removed from cab and box.
19. Report to Administrator any site visits and/or communication from OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) Fire/Building/City/Town/Local inspector. Verify inspector credentials by getting business card and contact details to forward to Administrator.
20. Participate in weekly/monthly production and/or Store Managers meetings as required.
21. Oversee beneficiaries assigned to work therapy in the production department (trucks, phone room/dispatch, warehouse, and dock area).
22. Plan, or assist in planning Work Therapy Assignments (WTA) for beneficiaries.
23. This position will support the work therapy program component of The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers by providing to beneficiaries; an example of professional conduct, work habits, and supervision (as directed by Supervisor).
24. Other duties as may be assigned by Administrator for Business.
1. High school diploma or equivalent.
2. Valid driver’s license with acceptable DMV record.
3. Excellent communication skills.
4. Must qualify to drive fork lift.
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