Receiving Supervisor, Shipping Supervisor, Front Line Supervisor, Receiving Manager, Shipping Manager, Floor Supervisor, Terminal Operations Manager, Receiving Lead, Parts Manager, Maintenance Supervisor
What is a
Warehouse Supervisors are responsible for supervising every task that goes on in a warehouse. This includes the receiving, handling, storing, and distributing of goods and materials. Warehouse managers are in charge of supervising, training, and updating employees on company regulations and performance. Warehouse managers meet with shipping carriers and sales representatives to place orders and maintain inventory objectives. They are responsible for supplying safe and usable materials and equipment to employees, as well as providing safe workplace instructions.
Warehouse Supervisors are responsible for building and maintaining a positive relationship the suppliers and ensure timely arrival of shipments.
Management of Personnel Resources
Analytical or scientific software
Data base user interface and query software
Enterprise resource planning ERP software
Inventory management software
Materials requirements planning logistics
What Will You Do as a
Monitor work environment to ensure safety or adherence to specifications.
Monitor loading processes to ensure they are performed properly.
Notify others of emergencies, problems, or hazards.
Resolve personnel problems.
Verify information or specifications.
Plan work operations.
Schedule operational activities.
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What Education Do You need?
People starting in this career usually have
Less than High School Diploma
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Some College, but No Degree
Doctorate or Professional Degree
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