Lead Person III (2nd Shift) - (CB11316)

I. Basic Purpose and Scope: Ensures all orders received for the day are shipped to the dealers within the schedule time/period.
II. Principal Activities: This position does the follwing in accordance with all applicable federal state and local laws/regulations and teh Companys policies procedures and guidelines.
Prioritize all orders received for the day (emergency orders regular orders and stock orders).
Assign release orders to parts pickers/packers.
Driect pickers/packers on inventory taking recording arranging and adjustmetns of inventory when appropriate.
Analyzes causes of order returns such as: missing parts - physical count not available and parts stored on the wrong location; excess parts - adjust inventory and noparts available.
Screen hire and train new pickers/packers.
Performs other duties as described by parts supervisors/parts manager and participate in planning personnel safety and warehouse protection activities.
Coordination with dealers regarding questionable orders such as: too big quantity double orders and wrong shipped code.
III. Special Proejcts: Cleanliness programs; oil disposal due to spillage return from dealers/FedEx and pallet disposal due to broken pallet delivery from suppliers. Conduct cycle from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm and adjust inventory when necessary. Prepare bin purge. Other projects as assigned.
IV. Minimum Qualifications:
Required Education Training and/or Experience:
High School Diploma or GED Lift equipment experience/certification.
Knowledge of access to SAP system.
Good oral and written communication skills.
Skills and Background:
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to lead a group efficiently and effectively.
Ability to use a computer to enter and/or retrieve information and process transactions.
Knowledge of tractor parts.
Ability to analyze problematic transactions.
Language Requirements:
Must be able to read write and communicate in English.
Equipment Operation:
% of Time Description Service? Nature of Service
Fork lift Reach truck computer copier fax phone printer

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