Receiving Supervisor

Insure that product is received on time in good condition and complete.
Monitor the day-to-day activities of the receiving team and oversee compliance of receiving and operational practices.
Checks shipping invoice to ensure all items are accounted for
Responsible to carry out all receiving activities in a most efficient way including accuracy of reports, implementation of good warehousing practices and stock transfers.
Stores, restocks, and shelves delivery items as necessary.
Contacts supplier to resolve shipment discrepancies.
Conducts inventory of products, and logs data into inventory database.
Reports any major or unresolved shipment delays or problems to Manager or Assistant Manager.
Two years college with business emphasis and/or equivalent work experience.
Minimum of 2 years' experience in a fast paced, warehouse management role. Must have supervisory experience of personnel.
Must have previous experience of being a Receiving Supervisor at a warehouse
Must possess a good working knowledge of warehouse management systems including inventory control systems, as well as proficiency in Microsoft suite of tools including Outlook, Excel, Word and others.
Strong interpersonal skills. Able to interact with all levels of employees and management. Detail oriented. Strong organizational and follow-through skills. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. Requires frequent walking and standing. Must be able to work in a warehouse environment - cement floors, temperature swings, loud noise and being frequently exposed to moving mechanical equipment and parts.
Must pass a security background check.
Full-Time, 40 hours per week
Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm; Monday-Friday (subject to change due to shift changes)

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