Responsible for the daily management of the Warehouse (Cold Storage & Dry Warehouse). Coordinates departmental activities with other managers and staff. Plans, organizes, and monitors the receiving, storage, and distribution of all product to ensure a smooth and consistent operation.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Monitors and evaluates performance of hourly employees and counsels and disciplines as necessary.
- Plans and coordinates work assignments and equipment allocations in order to meet operation needs.
- Prepares, compiles, and submits reports on work activities, operations, production, and work-related accidents.
- Operates fork trucks and/or yard dog to complete work assignments or to assist workers.
- Directs workers in moving, storing, and loading/unloading of product.
- Ensures the integrity of food safety and quality throughout all phases of warehouse management and distribution, which includes compliance with the Trailer Seal Policy, SOPs, DOT regulations, and all other policies, procedures, and regulatory requirements.
- Enforces company rules, such as attendance, food safety, production quality, safety, GMPs, and efficiency. Disciplines subordinates when non-compliance occurs.
- Monitors and ensures compliance with all regulations relating to food safety and personnel safety such as FDA, USDA, and OSHA. Complies with all other regulations and laws affecting the company (business law, trade secrets, personnel practices, etc.).
- Trains employees and explains and demonstrates work tasks to new workers, or assign workers to more experienced workers for further training.
- Monitors the unloading, storage, and loading of all shipments. .
- Ensures compliance with HARPC. This includes completion of required forms and required temperature checks.
- Responsible for ensuring and monitoring all quality and food safety systems in place for the storage of quality products manufactured under clean, safe, and wholesome conditions.
- Ensures a safe work place. Follows Pictsweet Hazardous Communication Plan, Lock-out/Tag-out Program, Process Safety Management Plan, and all applicable safety standards.
- Serves on the Emergency Response Team and participates in all required meetings. Reports to plant during the event of ammonia leak, and assists the team in a response.
- Conducts food safety and personnel safety training on night shift. Training includes machine guarding, lockout tagout, PPE, cross contamination, food allergens, critical control points and other topics.
EXPERIENCE: Must have five years’ experience as a supervisor in manufacturing, warehousing, or food environment. A Bachelor’s Degree may be substituted for experience.
EDUCATION: Must have Bachelor’s Degree if less than five years’ supervisory experience.
SPECIAL SKILLS: Ability to speak Spanish is a plus. Must be able to work 12+ hours per shift, with frequent walking, standing, climbing, stooping, kneeling, pushing, pulling and lifting. Must be computer literate.