Essential Duties: Trains and develops hourly associates. Acts as the department contact for all warehouse systems issues and questions. Provides direction and leadership to associates. Identifies, communicates, and ensures all quality and productivity standards are met within the department. Researches issues, problems, or concerns and recommends solutions. Uses problem solving skills and computer to find track cartons Meets customer requests, deadlines, commitments, and quality standards in a timely manner. Plans and coordinates work activities, overseeing hourly associates to ensure efficient completion to tasks. Coordinates with other departments on workflow activities. Assists in administering policy and payroll activities. Essential Physical Demands: Ability to walk and stand continuously during the assigned shift Ability to lift/carry in full range of motion up to 60lbs during the assigned shift as needed Ability to push/pull in a warehouse environment up to 70lbs force to push during the assigned shift as needed Ability to grip/grasp continuously during the assigned shift Ability to bend, squat/kneel, twist/turn, climb, crawl, reach above shoulder, and type/keyboard frequently during the assigned shift Ability to work designated shift including overtime as required, which could include time before or after the designated shift and/or weekends Exposure to wide range of temperatures Ingram
HS Diploma or equivalent 1 year experience with PC based applications 1 year work experience in a warehouse operation environment 6 months work experience which includes walking, standing, lifting/carrying, pushing/pulling, gripping/grasping, bending, squatting/kneeling, twisting/turning, climbing, crawling, reaching above shoulders, typing/keyboard
6 months work Experience in distribution or manufacturing.
Monday through Friday 12:00 pm to 8:30 pm and must be flexible to adjust hours as needed.