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Manager, Night Warehouse

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US Foods, Inc.

Elko New Market, MN, US

12 days ago
full-time
degree mentioned

Job highlights

Qualification

Minimum of three years of experience in warehouse distribution required. Minimum of one year of experience overseeing a workforce required. Broad knowledge of warehouse operations, methods and procedures. Strong leadership, communication and people development skills. Familiarity with inventory control, OSHA, HACCP and other regulatory requirements. Ability to interpret financial and operational data. Basic computer skills (i.e., Microsoft Office). Must be able to perform the following physical activities for described length of time:. Over 100 lbs (Very Heavy): NEVER

Responsibility

Lead with a safety mindset that ensures that every US Foods associate remains injury free, always. Champion safety procedures, processes and training to create and maintain a safety-first culture in the warehouse. Oversee and develop warehouse associates through one-on-one coaching, training on policy and procedures, assisting in problem resolution when required, and leading by example. Discuss associate performance with Sr. Warehouse Managers and create plans to address gaps. Create a cohesive organization by keeping lines of communication open and directing workforce to ensure efficient workflow. Direct and supervise the work and productivity of associates within the warehouse department. Drive associate engagement and retention, and create a culture that embodies US Foods values. Participate in building high-performing teams by interviewing and hiring warehouse personnel, in conjunction with Sr. Review performance, coach on productivity and safety targets, and deliver disciplinary action. Lead and direct associates to achieve accurate orders that are then staged and loaded on the trucks. Oversee the preparation of the warehouse for shipping or receiving on the next shift. Monitor operational information, such as "mis-picks" and productivity reports, to ensure the entire shift meets rates and follows preferred methods. Take action through coaching and counseling to correct behaviors. On day shift, designate dock locations for inbound carriers. Ensure product is stocked in appropriate location in accordance with food safety and FIFO processes & procedures. Monitor replenishment activity to ensure stock is available for the shipping shift and to minimize the potential for “shorts”. Oversee will call. Maintain physical condition and safety of warehouse and equipment, including preparing work orders for repairs and requisitions for equipment. Work with operations management team to identify sources of inventory shrink and assist in development of an action plan. Analyze the current operations and make recommendations to improve on expense and cost control. Regularly inspect facility for safety hazards and either resolve them or report them to the safety manager as appropriate. Ensure Master Sanitation Schedule (MSS) and FSQA requirements are followed. Effectively schedule working shifts by leveraging appropriate planning tools (i.e., Microsoft Excel). Other duties assigned by manager. Internal: Warehouse leaders and coworkers; Internal customers across departments (e.g., Sales). The work takes place in normal warehouse environments as well as in cooler and freezer areas where temperatures may be as low as -5 degrees. WALK: FREQUENTLY. GRASP OBJECTS 4: OCCASIONALLY. MANIPULATE OBJECTS 5: OCCASIONALLY

Benefits

    • Retirement Savings

    Job Description

    Description

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Lead with a safety mindset that ensures that every US Foods associate remains injury free, always. Champion safety procedures, processes and training to create and maintain a safety-first culture in the warehouse. • Oversee and develop warehouse associates through one-on-one coaching, training on policy and procedures, assisting in problem resolution when required, and leading by example. Discuss associate performance with Sr. Warehouse Managers and create plans to address gaps. • Create a cohesive organization by keeping lines of communication open and directing workforce to ensure efficient workflow. • Direct and supervise the work and productivity of associates within the warehouse department. Drive associate engagement and retention, and create a culture that embodies US Foods values. • Participate in building high-performing teams by interviewing and hiring warehouse personnel, in conjunction with Sr. Warehouse Managers. Review performance, coach on productivity and safety targets, and deliver disciplinary action. • Lead and direct associates to achieve accurate orders that are then staged and loaded on the trucks. Oversee the preparation of the warehouse for shipping or receiving on the next shift. • Monitor operational information, such as "mis-picks" and productivity reports, to ensure the entire shift meets rates and follows preferred methods. Take action through coaching and counseling to correct behaviors. • On day shift, designate dock locations for inbound carriers. Ensure product is stocked in appropriate location in accordance with food safety and FIFO processes & procedures. Monitor replenishment activity to ensure stock is available for the shipping shift and to minimize the potential for “shorts”. Oversee will call. • Maintain physical condition and safety of warehouse and equipment, including preparing work orders for repairs and requisitions for equipment. • Work with operations management team to identify sources of inventory shrink and assist in development of an action plan. Analyze the current operations and make recommendations to improve on expense and cost control. • Regularly inspect facility for safety hazards and either resolve them or report them to the safety manager as appropriate. Maintain the physical condition of the warehouse and its equipment. • Ensure Master Sanitation Schedule (MSS) and FSQA requirements are followed. • Effectively schedule working shifts by leveraging appropriate planning tools (i.e., Microsoft Excel) • Other duties assigned by manager. SUPERVISION: • Direct: Union and/or non-union warehouse on-floor associates (Loaders, Selectors, Receivers, Forklift drivers, etc.) RELATIONSHIPS • Internal: Warehouse leaders and coworkers; Internal customers across departments (e.g., Sales) • External: N/A WORK ENVIRONMENT • The work takes place in normal warehouse environments as well as in cooler and freezer areas where temperatures may be as low as -5 degrees. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Related Experience/Requirements: • Minimum of three years of experience in warehouse distribution required. • Minimum of one year of experience overseeing a workforce required. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: • Broad knowledge of warehouse operations, methods and procedures. • Strong leadership, communication and people development skills. • Familiarity with inventory control, OSHA, HACCP and other regulatory requirements. • Ability to interpret financial and operational data. • Basic computer skills (i.e., Microsoft Office). Travel: •10% travel required, typically for mandatory meetings and/or training. Education/Training: • High school diploma or GED required; college degree preferred. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Licenses/Certifications: • HACCP certification a plus. • PCQI certification a plus. PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS: Must be able to perform the following physical activities for described length of time: OCCASIONALLY: 1% - 33 / FREQUENTLY: 34% - 66% / CONTINUOUSLY: 67% - 100% or NEVER JOB REQUIRES WORKER TO: FREQUENCY: STAND: OCCASIONALLY WALK: FREQUENTLY DRIVE VEHICLE 1: OCCASIONALLY SIT: FREQUENTLY LIFT 1-10 lbs (Sedentary): OCCASIONALLY 11-20 lbs (Light): OCCASIONALLY 21-50 lbs (Medium): OCCASIONALLY 51-100 lbs (Heavy): OCCASIONALLY Over 100 lbs (Very Heavy): NEVER CARRY 1-10 lbs (Sedentary): CONTINUOUSLY 11-20 lbs (Light): OCCASIONALLY 21-50 lbs (Medium): OCCASIONALLY 51-100 lbs (Heavy): NEVER Over 100 lbs (Very Heavy): NEVER PUSH/PULL 2: OCCASIONALLY CLIMB/BALANCE 3: OCCASIONALLY STOOP/SQUAT: OCCASIONALLY KNEEL: OCCASIONALLY BEND: OCCASIONALLY REACH ABOVE SHOULDER: OCCASIONALLY TWIST: OCCASIONALLY GRASP OBJECTS 4: OCCASIONALLY MANIPULATE OBJECTS 5: OCCASIONALLY MANUAL DEXTERITY 6: OCCASIONALLY 1 (Drive Vehicle: Forklift, pallet jack) 2 (Push/Pull: Pallet jack controls, doors, product, pallets) 3 (Climb/Balance: On/off pallet jack, stairs) 4 (Grasp Objects: Pens, telephone, computer mouse, paperwork, pallet jack controls, boxes) 5 (Manipulate Objects: Boxes, dolly, metal truck ramp, hand truck, paperwork, truck gate, straps) 6 (Manual Dexterity: Typing, use of office machines such as copiers, printers) #LI-EM1 #LI-EL1