Warehouse Supervisor

JOB SUMMARY:

Responsible for daily inbound and outbound traffic needs within warehouse. Responsible for timely, accurate data entry of information regarding shipments, receipts and transfers by working with department personnel assuring users on the software system have accurate information. Performs other duties as required.

ABOUT YOU:

  • High school diploma or equivalent required
  • Minimum two (2) years – experience in warehousing, shipping/receiving, or related field
  • Prior forklift certification preferred
  • Possess strong administrative, communication and mathematical skills along with knowledge of supervisory techniques preferred
  • Demonstrates common sense, judgment, and the ability to maintain confidentiality

A DAY IN THE LIFE AS A WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR:

  • Connects with inventory control personnel immediately upon physical receipt of designated items
  • Communicates with internal and external customers immediately regarding discrepancies recognized in shipping and receiving process
  • Organizes schedule of shipments and receipts of external customers
  • Assists inventory control and customer in reconciling shipping and receiving discrepancies
  • Physically verifies incoming receipts and outgoing shipments as needed
  • Enters verified receipts into NAV computer system in a timely and accurate manner
  • Maintains physical files in an accurate, orderly manner following prescribed processes in place
  • Assists in the orderly function of office through use of various business machines
  • Creates paperwork for outbound shipments
  • Inspects material handlers work and works on retraining those who fail to adhere to company procedure
  • Assist Warehouse Manager with the ongoing training and re-training of material handlers on forklift certifications and RF Scanners

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Work performed is generally within the medium range as defined by the United States Department of Labor.

 

$18.45 per hour plus benefits

***$100  SIGN ON BONUS ***

 

ABOUT VPI:

VPI, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, provides a variety of education, human service, and vocational skills training to community members who have disabilities or are disadvantaged, and custom packaging and manufacturing related services to private industry. By consistently meeting clients’ and customers’ needs, VPI has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: 20+ unique rehabilitation programs, over 800,000 square feet of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers.