The Assistant Operations Manager is responsible for supervising, controlling, and coordinating merchandise movement within specified productivity, cost and quality standards. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Qualifications: EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Ensure customer orders are picked, checked, and packed accurately and in a timely fashion (i.e. next day service) each day.
- Develop and direct methods to improve productivity and accuracy.
- Coach, motivate, and correct employees as needed.
- Provide on-the-job training.
- Remain current on MWI policies and procedures for all aspects of operations.
- Monitor and enforce compliance with safety and security procedures.
- Maintain compliance in all areas of the warehouse as it pertains to Federal and State regulatory agencies.
- Ensure warehouse housekeeping and maintenance is performed daily or as needed.
- Assist in the hiring and recruiting process when needed.
- Assist with inventory cycle counts and other projects as needed.
High school diploma or equivalent is needed; a Bachelor's degree in business or similar field is strongly preferred. Typically two or more years of warehouse experience is required, with preference given to animal or human health distribution experience. Excellent communication, administrative, managerial, and interpersonal skills are essential. Must have a proven ability to recruit, train and motivate staff. A valid drivers' license and good driving record are needed. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Monitors daily implementation of activities, projects, policies and procedures; notices errors and gaps; keeps detailed and accurate records; processes paperwork promptly and follows up on important details.Mathematics:
Resolves practical problems by choosing the appropriate mathematical technique (percentages, formulas, etc.); uses quantitative data to construct logical explanations for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas and concepts verbally and in writing; understands the role of chance in the occurrence and prediction of events.Teamwork:
Makes effort to seek others' input; willingly collaborates and cooperates with others in the organization; develops effective working relationships with key associates.Work Commitment:
Pursues commitments and action plans until the desired objective is achieved or is no longer reasonably attainable; strives to achieve organizational and individual performance goals; willingly expends extra when necessary to get the job done.Teach Others:
Helps others learn needed skills.Evaluate Effectiveness:
Assesses the overall effectiveness of past and current equipment/facility utilization/implementation; review competitive alternatives; identifies strategic opportunities for improvement and incorporates idea into future planning activities. Problem Solving:
Recognizes that a problem exists (i.e., that there is a discrepancy between what is and what should be); identifies possible reasons for the discrepancy and devises and implements a plan of action to resolve it.Reasoning:
Discovers the underlying relationship between two or more objects and uses that knowledge to solve a problem; uses logic to draw conclusions from available information; identifies general rules or principles; applies rules and principles to new situations; determines which conclusions are correct from analysis of a given set of facts and information.Flexible/Adaptable:
Views change or problems as an opportunity to grow professionally and to develop new and better ways to do things; adjusts readily to alterations in routine; copes effectively with changes in scope or type of work.
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