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Harbison-Fischer Receiving Supervisor (1606-146)

Supervises a team of receiving employees to ensure that materials and supplies are received in timely manner and all paperwork is stored appropriately. Oversees the support of Manufacturing to ensure supplies and components are delivered on time and where needed.
Required Skills
Supervises receipt of all incoming shipments; reviews and processes receiving, discrepancy, and damage reports as needed; evaluates complaints received on shipments of equipment and supplies and takes appropriate action.
Moves inventory in timely manner to various locations manually and by operating mechanical equipment, including fork lift, pallet jack, and side loaders; loads and unloads delivery trucks; operates tools, equipment, and machinery according to prescribed safety procedures.
Assumes responsibility for delivery of all items received by Receiving department to proper department on a daily basis.
Drive a continuous improvement culture throughout the department; prepares performance metrics on a regular basis and reports out on them. Initiates corrective actions on opportunities.
Ensures proper handling and storage of all paperwork and documents per API standards including receiving inspection.
Supervises warehousing and storage of all inventory and equipment; ensures that inventory systems are up-to-date.
Follows established safety procedures and techniques to perform job duties including lifting, climbing, etc.; corrects unsafe conditions in work area and reports any conditions that are not correctable to supervisor immediately.
Coaches and mentors one or two levels of direct reports; assigns work according to availability, skills, and developmental needs; assesses performance and provides feedback to direct reports.
Maintains confidentiality of all matters.
Other duties as required.
Required Experience
High school diploma or equivalent, such as GED.
Preferred
Four year college or university degree in Business, Supply Chain Management, Logistics, or related field.


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