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Warehouse Supervisor

JOB TITLE: Warehouse Supervisor

PROGRAM: Second Harvest Food Bank

STARTING SALARY: $35,000-$45,000

Benefits Include:

  • Comprehensive Health Benefits – Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription
  • Agency paid Life Insurance and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan with agency contribution
  • Generous Paid Leave Time –
    • Vacation- 15 Days; Earn more time after 2 and 5 year anniversaries
    • Sick- 9 Days annually
    • 9 Observed Holidays 

Application Deadline: Open until filled

The Warehouse Supervisor oversees the daily operations of the warehouse, receiving and slotting products, maintaining computer records, overseeing the sorting process, and is responsible for the supervision of all warehouse staff and volunteers.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Supervision

  • Supervises warehouse staff and warehouse volunteers.
  • Trains warehouse staff in procedures, operations, and reporting.
  • Ensures that all employees and volunteers follow safety procedures and regulations.

Warehouse Operations

  • Provides accurate data and statistics concerning food bank product and operations, including but not limited to inventory control, maintenance, shipping and receiving, and invoicing.
  • Ensures that warehouse procedures regarding pallet tags, bin locations, and other control procedures are documented accurately in Primarius.
  • Assists agencies in filling orders and maintains accurate order records.
  • Oversees receiving, receipting, and distribution of product and performs random audits to ensure accuracy.
  • Participates in resolution process of member agency problems and complaints.
  • Schedules donor-requested pick-ups and in-house transportation.
  • Schedules in cooperation with Project Coordinator, warehouse volunteers and provides volunteer data for reporting.
  • Conducts monthly physical inventory and maintains accurate records.

Environmental Maintenance

  • Maintains the physical environment of the warehouse, including making minor repairs.
  • Ensures that machinery and vehicles are in good working order.
  • Establishes a preventive maintenance plan for physical plant and equipment.
  • Supervises food bank maintenance, pest control, and sanitation in compliance with Feeding America standards of warehousing.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Valid driver's license and good driving record required.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to organize and keep accurate records, and to perform basic mathematical calculations
  • PA Dept. of Transportation medical certification required within 30 days of start date
  • Ability to lift 70 pounds in a repetitive manner
  • Food industry experience preferred
  • Two years' experience in warehouse work
  • Experience with Warehouse Software systems

CACLV is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation or handicap. 

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