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2nd Shift Load Out Supervisor 245pm-11pm. Monday-Saturday

Company: Owens Corning Headquarters
Location: Wabash
Posted on: June 12, 2021

Job Description:

Job Title: Load out Supervisor 1

Reports to: Warehousing Leader

Basic Job Function: Complete responsibility for a production loading and loadout personnel.

Area of Work Responsibility: Entire S/R area; includes warehouse, pallet yard, trailer yard, A dock, C dock, scale house, #4 and #2 wrappers, and take off area's at the end of the production lines.

Load out Supervisor 1:

The Candidate Must:

* Know and follow all plant Safety Rules to prevent injury to self or others. * Know and follow the Hazard Recognition Program. * Know and follow LTT Procedure for all equipment in the area of work responsibility. * Including Arc Flash, placards, and reclass, as well as be capable of training new employees.

* Be qualified as a material handler (Shipper 1). * Know plant EEO, EPA, Supervisory standards, and Hippa laws. Ensure they are strictly followed each and every day. * Have good math, problem solving, leadership traits, as well as be able to learn load configurations and balance figuring. * Indoctrinate and train all trainees in the warehouse department. * Know the plant procedures for handling phone calls (i.e. absentee call-ins, employee messages, customers, etc.) Use discretion when handling outside phone calls or personnel. Always maintain a good working relationship with these people and enforce the same safety standards with them as your crews. * Never discuss company policies or procedures with any person from outside of the company. * Schedule/plan all breaks and work assignments for the crew. * Supervisor must be able to drive/operate an Ottawa yard spotter. * Select, assign, and prepare, trailers and orders to be loaded. The condition of the trailer should be checked before the loading process for defects. * The candidate should also have or be willing to acquire their CDL. The job will require the supervisor to drive loads off-site from time to time.

* Prepare tier sheets, Production Reports, and review orders for accuracy. It is the supervisor's responsibility that this is all prepared for the loaders before their process begins. * Know the Standard work for all tasks in your work area. * Monitor loader work activity and assist during peak periods. These periodic checks are to ensure accuracy, compliance, and that the loaders understand how to do the job correctly. * Maintain good employee relations through fair, equal, and just treatment. This also applies to vendors, truck drivers, visitors, co-workers, and other internal and external customers. Difficult issues should be directed to the on shift foreman or the S/R foreman. * Know the cost standards in order to operate the loading crews such that goals are met (how many airbags to use, how to reduce damage, pallet types, labor costs, etc). * Plan and Maintain for a high level of housekeeping in all responsible areas. This may require you to participate in the task directly if your crew is running difficult products. * Develop and pass on ideas that will improve the quality of your shift. Implement and encourage new policies and procedures. Sustain current policies. You should hold yourself to a high standard and then expect your crew to follow suit. * Ensure a strong safety culture is built with your crew! You must perform daily safety huddles, and weekly safety reports. You should be doing daily safety walks when you are on the floor; looking for deficiencies or behaviors that do not meet the standard. * Assist with keeping the warehouse clean and organized. * Handle accident reports and first aid injuries; once qualified, for any person in the facility that needs attention. * Contact HR, Department Manager, and S/R Foreman, as well as the on-shift foreman for all injuries. If the injury is more severe follow the direction of the manager. This may mean taking and employee to the hospital or calling for an ambulance.

* Ensure safe and correct loading procedures are being used by your loaders. This includes doing a beginning of the shift dock check, warehouse spacing check, and housekeeping check. As the supervisor you should also ensure all trailers are chocked and are either locked out or have a stand under the front of them. You should ensure all conveyors are in good working condition and that all forklifts are in good operating order. * Ensure all forklift lift inspections are completed and filled out during the shift. You will also have to schedule a crew member in early when it is your shifts turn to come in early for lift inspections. * Ensure all scrap is tracked properly and pallets stay stocked (6' or less). * Each supervisor should turn in their scrap report in the appropriate receptacle at the end of their shift. * The 1st shift supervisor will also track the scrap numbers in the database.

* Inventory and manage all tools and equipment in the cleanup cage. Report broken or missing tools to the Warehousing leader for replacement. * Communicate with other department supervisors to keep the process flowing smoothly. Have pre change huddles and communicate damage re-runs as well as shortage re-runs. * Never allow damaged material to be loaded into a trailer or hauled to the warehouse. Hold your crews to this same standard! * Review all orders for accuracy and check for specific order notes. Ensure that all orders are run to the customer's specifications. * Send detailed and accurate shift summaries to every supervisor, as well as the foreman, and department heads. * Ensure all scrap from over runs or damage is reported properly to the inventory specialist. * Capable of performing all LTO (loader level) SAP functions. * Need to have an acceptable level of computing experience and able to learn to navigate through the SAP production system. * Work in the SAP cycle counting program, follow the OC and SOX guidelines, and perform routine counts for inventory accuracy. * Understand SAP bin system, the put away requirements, how to select storage bins, and enforce good storage habits among your crew. * Support the LTO's assigned to your shift with the loading process. Ensure orders are assigned, picking lists ready, and fix errors that occur during the process. * Understand the difference between line loading and transfer orders. Be able to know which type is needed as well as know how to manually create transfer orders. * Understand and help manage bins. This includes quality blocks, inventory blocks, and movement blocks. * Know manual processes that are required to be used when SAP is down or has errors. This includes manual unpicking, material moves, etc.. * Know how to monitor, upkeep, and fix 901 bins and other dynamic bins in SAP. * Understand the MII labeling system, how to fix minor issues and ensure that your employees are correctly labeling material. This also includes changing rolls of labels and media. * Know and understand how to do pallet splits and combines as well as how to reprint labels in MII. * Understand how to do shuttles to and from outside warehouses. * Understand how to solve LTO and CCO level issues in SAP. * Perform any other duty assigned by the Warehousing Leader or Production Shift Leaders. * Make sure all received items are received, physically counted, and match what the corresponding paperwork says. Report all deficiencies to the specific person who ordered the material. * Ensure all deliveries are put away at the time of delivery. This task is part of the unloading process. * Bill completed orders as drivers arrive for pickups. You must review the order before billing to ensure it was loaded correctly and then check and double check the quantities on the tier sheet with the quantities on the order. * Manage drivers coming onto the property. * Understand the basics of the due out report and be able to find loads and get them preloaded off the line. * Perform the PGI (billing) process through SAP. Also understand how to manually bill during system down time. * Make all deliveries from UPS, Fed EX, etc to the intended employee(s) and/or destinations. * Handling all duties associated with the Sunday SCMD job. * Manage the OC carrier pickup schedule for live load orders.

Please note: Applications must be filled out completely-incomplete applications will not be considered. Resumes are welcome, but are not a substitute for completing the application.

Keywords: Owens Corning Headquarters, Fort Wayne , 2nd Shift Load Out Supervisor 245pm-11pm. Monday-Saturday, Other , Wabash, Indiana

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