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Inbound Supervisor

What you'll do: You'll have opportunities to design, achieve and build relationships every day as you... Manage the day to day workflow of the Distribution facility Partner with the Director of Distribution, and Outbound Manager to promote warehouse operational procedures related to receiving, returns processing, vendor compliance, quality control, claims submissions and inventory control Routing domestic inbound shipments to ensure least-cost transportation is used. Develop consolidation plan for domestic inbound shipments. Coordinate all Inbound Freight Scheduling Oversee all receiving processes to ensure least-cost methods are employed and that all productivity and quality standards are consistently followed. Monitor items that are on backorder and prioritize their shipment to the DC and their receipt. Collaborate with the Outbound Manager on changes to the facility and systems as the product mix changes to ensure that replenishment and picking productivity is consistently maximized. Oversee Distribution Center operational efficiency, wage control, safety, and facility organization providing a clean and safe working environment. Identify issues affecting customer satisfaction caused by operational issues and acts as an important change agent for us to develop solutions Monitor of all inbound shipments to ensure compliance with DWR's routing guidelines. Does this sound like you? This might be you if you have the following skills and abilities... 5+ years of progressive leadership experience in operations management expertise Strong multitasking skills and strong analytical problem solving skills Excellent communication skills across all organizational levels Knowledge of operational budgeting process, and P&L accountability Excel proficiency
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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