Warehouse Manager

Job ID
2017-4706
# of Openings
1
Hours From
8:30 AM
Days Worked
Monday-Friday
Hours To
5:00 PM

Overview

Job Summary:

REI seeks a Warehouse Manager, with strong leadership and extensive warehouse management experience to oversee warehouse operations at a single facility. The Warehouse Manager will oversees the execution of the proper receipt, storage, protection and issue or shipment of production materials and finished goods for our Thermal operations.

Responsibilities include

Responsibilities:

Manages supervisors, clerical support and/or hourly employees engaged in most or all of the following warehouse activities:

    • Inventory Control
    • Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) Compliance
    • Hazardous Waste Disposal
    • Receiving
    • Expediting
    • Recycling
    • Shipping
    • Space Planning
    • Storing
  • Recommends and implements term and annual plans, budgets and targets for the facility warehousing operations while maintaining SEQCD standards.
  • Recommends, implements and enforces methods and procedures for the timely issue of materials for production; movement and storage of inventory; receipt and shipment of goods and finished product; and the accurate tracking and maintenance of related records.
  • Manages the receipt, inspection, approval and movement of materials into inventory.       Monitors urgent material status to expedite availability for production.
  • Oversees finished goods inventory; ensures products are packaged in accordance with specifications and are shipped to internal/external customers in a timely manner.
  • Manages periodic cycle count activities and tracks and reports results.       Analyzes inventory transaction activities to identify and reconcile variances between physical inventory and data.
  • Supervises or participates in activities to support Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ).
  • Coordinates the delivery of finished goods to customer through internal logistic services.
  • May coordinate the pickup and disposal of hazardous waste materials and/or recycling.
  • Tracks and consolidates productivity and quality statistics. Identifies performance trends and instructs subordinates in addressing issues and taking corrective action.
  • Prepares periodic inventory status reports; corrects negative inventory quantities and discrepancies.
  • Manages the work performance of subordinate supervisors, clerical support and hourly employees including:
    • Giving direction on applying methods and procedures and executing new work assignments
    • Setting performance standards
    • Training and coaching for development
    • Conducting and approving performance appraisals
    • Approving and/or recommending personnel actions such as promotion, transfer, discipline, hire, and termination
  • Promotes employee participation in company-sponsored programs. Guides subordinates in the identification, recommendation and implementation of corporate systems and programs such as QMS, EMS, ISMS, SOX and Kaizen/5S within the facility.
  • Participates in the thorough investigation of accidents, identifies root cause, and develops countermeasure to prevent future occurrences. Tracks incidents and maintains related records. Approves corrective/preventive actions and monitors their implementation.
  • Frequently interacts with management and staff in internal operational and administrative departments such as: production, production control, quality assurance/control, maintenance, procurement, Ricoh Family Group, vendors and/or suppliers to resolve issues with the receipt and/or quality of incoming materials; the movement and flow of materials to production; or the shipment of finished product. Has limited customer contact.       Coordinates activities and relays information to maintain schedules and implement changes and revisions in operational procedures. Interaction may entail problem resolution or negotiation.       Regularly serves on project teams, sometimes as lead.

Qualified candidates will possess

  • Bachelor’s degree with 3+ years of warehouse experience in a manufacturing environment
  • 2+ years supervisory experience in a shipping/warehouse environment.
  • Strong problem solving skills needed to resolve moderately complex material control, storage and quality problems for which an established method is not clear or may not exist
  • Strong leadership skills, and the ability to foster a team-oriented department
  • Forklift truck, pallet jack, hand-held scanning device, and other material handling devices experience required
  • Forklift license required and the ability to pass REI’s forklift certification upon hire
  • Intermediate knowledge of MS Excel and PowerPoint. Experience creating reports for senior management, and compiling data into charts and graphs, and creating PowerPoints.
  • Knowledge of Ricoh’s Safety and Ricoh Way Production System programs highly preferred
  • APICS, CPIM, or SCM certification preferred.
  • 2+ years of experience with toner or thermal operations, preferred

 

 

AA/M/F/VETERANS/Individuals with Disabilities, EOE, Drug-Free Workplace

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