Warehouse Lead - 2nd Shift - Attune Foods (Eugene, OR)

Warehouse Lead - 2nd Shift - Attune Foods (Eugene, OR)

12 Apr 2019

Warehouse Lead - 2nd Shift - Attune Foods (Eugene, OR)

At Attune Foods, what matters most is whats inside. That includes our caring and dedicated employees. We believe if you use quality ingredients that are consistently crafted by caring and talented team members, what results is high quality organic and Non-GMO granolas, cereals and snacks that are naturally delicious and nutritious. Attune Foods LLC, a subsidiary of 8th Avenue Food and Provisions, is proudly located in the Pacific Northwest in beautiful Eugene, Oregon.

The Warehouse Lead is the on-shift contact for day-to-day operations for their assigned shift and team. The Warehouse Lead coordinates all receiving and material handling activities and movements on their assigned shift including any associated problem solving. The Warehouse Lead is responsible for facilitating communication between the employees they lead and the warehouse supervisor. The Lead works with other leads to develop the best standard operating procedures across all shifts. The Lead is responsible for supporting and maintaining Food Safety and Quality programs as it relates to this position.

The ideal candidate will also have strong interpersonal, communication, teamwork, leadership, time management and organizational skills, will be highly motivated, self-directed and accountable, and will have the ability to work effectively with all levels of staff across the organization.

If youre looking for a career that will allow you to develop and help lead a Warehouse Team into the next phase of its evolution, in an exciting company poised for growth, as an active and participating member of a cohesive and dynamic department, then this may be the opportunity for you!

Please apply online at http://attunecareers.com (no onsite resumes accepted).

We currently have one 2nd Shift position available.

Job duties may include, but are not limited to the following:

Oversees the staging of materials for the various production areas.

Ensures return-to-stock items are stored correctly and in designated locations.

Coordinates the transfer of materials between various offsite locations.

Operates fork lifts, pallet jacks, scissor lifts and shuttle truck.

Completes cycle counts per schedule or directive.

Completes daily e-mail pass downs and ensures continuity between shifts.

Understands best practices from other warehouse locations and challenges warehouse employees to adopt or improve upon them.

Works towards reducing the number of lot codes that are stored by closely following FIFO.

Maintains warehouse cleanliness and cleans spills upon detection.

Follows all GMP and Allergen policies.

Understands the QA hold and release procedure, rework process, and liquidation process.

Actively supports and promotes safety management within the warehouse.

Establishes communication practices that ensure any out of stock, material shortages or inventory discrepancies are communicated to the appropriate departments as soon as possible.

Required Competencies & Knowledge:

Knowledge of:

Inventory control techniques

Ability to read production schedules

Food safety

Knowledge of warehouse operations

General understanding of warehouse layout

Team building

Ability to manage talent and hold team members accountable

Basic email and computer skills

Skill in:

Math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

Organization and time management

Decision making

Forklift operation

Shuttle Truck Driving

Leading teams effectively

Ability to:

Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing including e-mail and over the radio

Ensure collaborative relationships with production, scheduling, and sanitation

Receive instructions and follow through on deliverables

Multi-task and respond to non-routine requests

Accurately record and transact information

Proficiency in: MS Office Suite, JDE, MS Outlook E-mail

Work Environment:

Work is primarily done in a warehouse environment

Frequent production environment exposure which includes noise, dust, moving machinery, fork lifts, and fluctuations in temperature

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to get on and off a forklift multiple times per shift.

Stand, walk, climb stairs on a frequent basis

Must be able to lift 50 pounds on a frequent basis

Must be able to lift over shoulder height frequently

Minimum Qualifications:

2 plus years of warehouse or manufacturing experience

2 years of forklift operation experience

2 years of ERP system experience in a warehousing environment

Experience leading teams highly desired

Proven math skills

Basic computer skills

Valid Oregon Drivers License

Familiarity with JDE or SharePoint is a plus

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