Position: Distribution Center Supervisor 2nd Shift
Location: Milford, IN
Reports To: DC Manager
- Responsible for execution and communication of distribution center activities. Including the effective training and development of staff, while ensuring the requirements of the DC operation are met by closely monitoring schedules, procedures, evaluating efficiencies, and placement/rotation of employees.
- Support management of the distribution process regarding operations, vacation time and absenteeism including being flexible to work off shifts and weekends
- Responsible for the all DC MHE training and serves as the “Train the Trainer” resource within the Ops group for MHE.
- Work with Safety Manger and Productivity Manger on Ops related activities.
- Work with the Traffic Department and carriers to ensure all requirements are completed for all shipments and that loads are proceed on time.
- Troubleshoot, communicate and repair, as practical, mechanical problems as needed.
- Complete administrative duties as needed; including but not limited to signing out drivers, formatting load packets, completing USDA Aps & Certs, printing labels.
- Maintain communication with production, improvement team, quality control, and USDA, to ensure product quality and safety, resolving problems as they arise.
- Perform related duties as required, including but not limited to receiving, picking, loading, & freezer work as determined by business needs.
- Job Specifications:
- Requires solid working knowledge of OSHA, DOT, and USDA regulations; CDL “Class A” License; experience in supervision, warehousing, and perishable distribution processes, preferably in the food industry.
- Ability to direct production, manage, and communicate with groups of people.
- Ability to evaluate and prioritize departmental needs, resolve conflicts and communicate them as appropriate.
- Working knowledge of computers, including, but not limited to, word processing, spreadsheets, and databases.
- Working knowledge of standard operating procedures including, but not limited to, BRC Standards, HACCP, USDA guidelines, OSHA requirements, Department of Transportation guidelines, employee handbook, and company policies.
- Knowledge and skills identified are typically acquired through progressive experience in distribution, supervising groups of people. Demonstrated problem solving skills are required.