Operations Manager

Multiple Locations
Required Experience: 0 year(s)
Employment Type: Full-Time
Salary Range: Not available
Posted 18 hours ago
Job Description
Areas that play to your strengths (all the responsibilities we'll trust you with) Expand all Collapse All MANAGING THE BUSINESS Manage and continually strive to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of operations services in support of the sale’s department. Improve operations systems, process, and policies to support the organization’s mission as the industry’s leading energy drink. Manage accurate inventory levels by forecasting demand, evaluating potential shortages and determining the most cost-effective method for ensuring timely delivery of all product needs. Input product orders into SAP and resolve variances reported by this software to ensure accurate inventory reporting. Manage and ensure proper warehouse rotation of product to execute FIFO (First-In, First Out) policy while meeting Account Manager and customer needs. Conduct daily inventory of all product and check accuracy of count by utilizing SAP. Rectify variances at time of discovery, pending final approval by General Manager. FLEET MANAGEMENT Manage fleet’s maintenance schedule to cost-effectively minimize disruption to product deliveries by coordinating preventive maintenance for all RBDC delivery vehicles. Routinely inspect RBDC’s vehicles to examine cleanliness, damage, and/or wear and tear of the vehicle and arrange for non-routine repairs, as appropriate, with minimal disruption to operations. Monitor and coordinate all vehicle accidents with the maintenance service provider and insurance carrier. COMMUNICATION Hire, train, supervise and develop all warehouse employees. Manage performance through feedback, coaching, corrective counseling and discipline, and performance reviews. Align with GM on the timely handling and management of performance issues. Maintain AIB (American Institute of Baking) standards in facility in accordance with audit requirements (documentation, facility cleanliness) Identify and communicate best practices to Nat’l Operations Manager. PHYSICAL WORK ENVIRONMENT Use hands to finger, handle, or feel Reach with hands and arms Speak, hear, and understand instructions Frequently transition between walking and sitting Occasionally stand and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl Regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds Use specific vision abilities including: close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and focus adjustment Work with or near moving mechanical parts, moderate to loud noise, outside weather conditions, and/or extreme temperatures Noise level in the work environment is usually moderate Forklift and commercial vehicle operations