Warehouse Manager

  • Category
    Warehousing - Warehouse Supervisor / Management
  • Job type
  • Location
    Clifford, Ontario

Adecco is working with a client in the Clifford, ON area to help them find a Warehouse Manager who will assist the team to meet production targets while respecting quality, safety and all related production standards. The Warehouse Manager is responsible for the direct management and handling of all warehousing and distribution functions at the organization's warehouse facilities. This includes accountability for inbound and outbound freight, as well as adherence to legislative, safety, and organizational policies and procedures. The Warehouse Manager will accomplish effective logistical oversight through strong leadership and decision making skills.

Job Duties of the Warehouse Manager:

Manage the reception, handling, distribution, and storage of all freight, product, and supplies that come in and out of corporate warehouses.
Ensure all production orders are shipped to customers in a timely manner in adherence to delivery schedules. Communicate all delays or variances in inbound/outbound freight to the appropriate parties. Maintain strict control over inventory levels in order to meet internal and external demand of product.
Plan warehouse layout and space requirements in order to prevent loss or damage, and to achieve full warehouse optimization.
Take into account full implications of freight turnover, size, weight, and other factors when allocating warehouse space.
Manage an annual budget or capital investment plan for warehousing functions across the organization. Develop and/or enforce corporate policies regarding security and safety in order to maintain a safe working environment.
Maintain appropriate and complete documentation regarding regulated products and/or hazardous materials. Supervise a team of warehouse employees, including hiring, delegation, training, performance evaluation, disciplinary actions, and termination.
Conduct periodic spot checks of inventory levels, supplies, or equipment. Assess the need for, and arrange the purchase of, moving equipment like trailers, forklifts, crash pads, dollies, and so on.
Identify discrepancies between inventory records and take action.
Investigate causes of lost or damaged shipments and other matters; make adjustments where necessary.
Implement and monitor performance metrics for shipping and receiving.
Supervise facility design, improvements, and contracts, including real estate transactions, leases, repairs, and design.

Requirements of the Warehouse Manager:
Degree or Diploma with a focus on manufacturing, warehousing, transportation, supply chain management, inventory control, or materials management. 35 years of direct work experience in a warehouse management function or supply chain management position.
Direct working knowledge of operations, warehouse management, and transportation management. Direct knowledge of WHMIS and other safety systems.
Familiar with enterpriselevel trackandtrace systems, as well as implementation experience.
Experience with radio frequency ID systems (RFID), bar code systems, and electronic data interchange (EDI) may be required.
Strong knowledge of SCM systems, as well as Microsoft Office products, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Experience in managing thirdparty logistics providers. Strong knowledge of warehouse documentation, with good writing skills.
Ability to interpret and act upon complex instructions.
Solid project management skills are essential.
Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
Good financial and business awareness.

Why work as a Warehouse Manager for Adecco? $20.00 per hour + 4% vacation pay! Paid weekly, accurately and on time If you are interested in this Warehouse Manager Position in Orangeville, ON., please apply by clicking on "Apply with Adecco".


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