Job Summary: Leads, manages, coordinates, and assists the activities of the Material Handlers. Manages all aspects of the shipping of Company products and the storage of WIP and finished manufactured products. Maintains all necessary records of all products shipped. Works with the Supply Clerks and Resin Center Leader to verify proper quantities and part numbers of received materials, label and transport materials to the proper location, and coordinate shipments or transfers of materials. Works closely with the Customer Service / Production Scheduler, Manufacturing, and Quality Assurance Associates to ensure safe, efficient and on-time shipment of Company product and the receipt, storage and movement of materials and accessories for production.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required:
Must be high school graduate or possess GED. Associate degree and/or additional courses or seminars relating to materials management, shipping and receiving, warehousing and computers preferred.
Two years of direct experience in shipping and receiving within a manufacturing environment required.
Must be able to organize, coordinate and implement effectively detailed shipping and receiving plans and tasks in a timely manner. Excellent organizational and analytical skills, detailed orientation and ability to complete job is required. Must be able to successfully lead, manage and direct the work of material handler assigned to material handling team.
Ability to communicate effectively in writing, orally and electronically (computer and telephone) required.
Must be able to see, read, write, speak and hear sufficiently for effective interpersonal communications. Must be able to receive and understand detailed information, judge depth, and distinguish color and variances. Must have ability to complete basic math functions accurately, and use logical/organizational concepts. Must be able to walk, stand, lift/carry up to 50 pounds, reach, bend, grasp and handle objects.
Commit to quality, continuous learning and improvement, customer satisfaction, continuos improvement, teamwork, safety, workplace cleanliness and high productivity is required.
This position has specific competencies which must be achieved in order to become and remain qualified. These competencies are detailed in Centro's quality system.
Centro certification to operate a forklift is required within three months of appointment
Specific Position Responsibilities
1. Leads, manages and coordinates the activities of Material Handling Team.
2. Understands and applies Centro’s Safety System and safety rules, OSHA regulations, forklift truck operations. Leads by example in performing all work safely and ensures Material Handlers perform their work safely and in accordance with Centro's Safety System and OSHA Regulations.
3. Understands and applies Centro’s Quality Policy, System and Procedures. Has primary and contributory responsibility for variety assigned QSP sections and activities.
4. Knows and has ability to perform all job functions of Material Handlers. Trains new Associates in material handling skills and tasks.
5. Transports received materials internally to proper recipient or storage locations in a timely and safe manner. Forwards material receiving documentation to the necessary associates.
6. Manages, plans and coordinates the shipment of all Company product from Business Unit to customers. Confirms and implements on-time shipping schedules. Provides all necessary product shipment documentation to necessary Associates.
7. Maintains inventory of WIP and finished manufactured product and assists with scheduled inventory verification as directed by the OFP Team Leader.
8. Helps to maintain a clean, well organized and safe work environment within the Business Unit.
9. Completes continuing education courses in material handling and related topic.
Work Environment & Schedule: Normal work schedule is Monday through Friday, 6am – 4pm. Must be willing and able to commit sufficient time to accomplish job responsibility in a timely manner, including responding to emergencies that may detrimentally affect production schedules. Work is performed in both office and manufacturing environments, with temperature ranging from 50-95 degrees F. Personal protective equipment must be worn as required.
Competitive Pay is based upon experience.