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1.18 - Pie Warehouse Coordinator; 2Nd Shift, (3Pm - 11Pm)

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The Bama Companies, Inc. Tulsa , OK 74104

Posted 4 months ago

1.18 - Pie Warehouse Coordinator; 2nd Shift, (3pm

  • 11pm) (2727 E. 11th St.)

Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt & Full Time

Salary Range:
16.50/Hour starting rate--16.50 pre-certification /$18.00//hour certification

$1.00/Hour for 2nd/3rd Shift Differential Pay

$1.00/Hour weekend Premium Pay

Description: At Bama, the Shipping and Receiving Lead Coordinator is expected to understand, engage and lead the Shipping and Receiving activities in their area of responsibility. Directly responsible for ensuring a high quality, safe product; while minimizing damage, meeting customer expectations, and ensuring a safe work environment and practices. The Shipping / Receiving Lead Coordinator will be responsible for working in multiple positions, scheduling the day to day activities, and working with other departments on warehouse related issues.

Job Requirements:

People Are Wildly Important To Bama

  • Be a role model for "People Helping People be Successful" and all of Bama's EQ initiatives

  • Communicate respectfully, effectively, and candidly, and engage in Courageous Conversations

  • Be visible and approachable by all levels of the organization for mentoring and coaching

  • Achieve through teamwork: Lead through influence

  • Interact and engage respectfully with all team members

Customers Are Wildly Important To Bama

  • Understand how Bama's manufacturing, quality systems, and logistics work and your role in supporting these components of Bama's strategy

  • Put the customer first to understand and meet their expectations

  • Understand Bama's commitment to its customers

Continuous Improvement Reducing Variation in Everything Bama Does

  • Lead change and innovation

  • Commitment to continuous improvement, both personally and assist in building the team around you

  • Utilize system view diagrams and PDSA models to achieve goals and objectives

Financial Smart, Fun Growth

  • Think like an owner

  • Understand Bama's financial policy, and lead or support initiatives to reduce variation and cost

Essential Job Functions/

Job Responsibilities:

Inventory Control:

  • Use warehouse management system/tools to analyze inventory levels and provide direction to vendor partner to resolve issues

  • Key metric tracking

  • Coordinate product movements to and from outside storage facilities as needed

  • Daily tracking of distressed products located at outside storage

  • Lead year-end financial audit at outside cold storage facilities


  • Work closely with Bama and vendor's management teams

  • Coach/Mentor Cold storage shipping teams on Bama warehouse management systems

  • Identify improvement opportunities

  • Provide inventory movement direction to Bama facilities as needed

  • Develop strong relationships with vendor staff and logistic management team

  • Lead year-end financial audit at outside cold storage facilities

  • System view thinking

Key Metrics

  • Logistics
  • Analyze inputs that feed metrics

  • High level focus on Order Fill rate, On-Time ship, and Inventory accuracy

  • Identify improvement opportunities relating to key metrics

Required Skills:

  • High Level Knowledge of the following warehouse job functions: Shipping and Receiving processes, along with the systems and tools used to perform functions

  • Possess the ability to Schedule appointments and maintain the automated appointment system in the AS400, coordinate inter-company transfers to the appropriate facility by planning ahead and looking at the production schedule for the week.

  • Understand and maintain the FIFO system for raw materials and finished goods

  • Possess the ability to perform inventory cycle counts and identify solutions for continuous improvement. Also have the ability to research missing or misplaced pallets.

  • Able to coordinate product movements in a system view way.

  • Possess good customer service skills

  • Possess the ability and aptitude to identify, correct and improve potential safety items; both human and food.

  • Actively participate in and help lead Bama safety initiatives with the responsibility for self and others.

  • Perform and lead product quality checks and make necessary corrections.

  • Understand and utilizes measurement systems like SPC, charts and graphs along with Six Sigma training and tools.

  • Submit to all assessments and testing, including math/reading test and EQ assessment testing. Also display aptitude for positions based on aptitude testing and assessments.

  • Display effective communication skills and listening skills with the following attributes:

  • Have ability to lead department meetings and present information as needed.

  • Recognize and encourage teamwork.

  • Build relationships between different departments / areas of the plant.

  • Shows respect for other team members.

  • Displays a positive attitude and sets a good example for team members.

  • Able to conduct and engage in courageous conversations

Required Experience:

  • Must have High School diploma or GED

  • Understand warehouse guidelines for food safety and sanitation.

  • Computer skills in AS400, Microsoft Word, Power point, Excel and Email.

  • Experience with sit down and stand up forklift operation.

  • Experience with Inventory control process.

  • Demonstrated problem solving ability.

  • Must have proven safety record in past work history.

Physical Requirements:

  • Speaking/continuous. Employee is required to clearly communicate verbally with the ability to use a two-way radio.

  • Bending/continuous. Employee has many job activities that require bending or stooping.

  • Breathing (non-assisted)/continuous. Employee activities require the ability to move quickly in and around equipment. Must be able to climb ladders and work in tight, confined areas.

  • Holding/continuous. Employees must be able to grasp and hold items as necessary to complete necessary job functions.

  • Inserting/continuous. Employee will need to be able to insert tools, screws, nails, parts, etc.

  • Lifting/continuous. Employee is required to lift tools, parts, building supplies, paperwork, records, etc. Weight range would be up to 55 lbs.

  • Pulling/occasional. Employee is required to pull carts, totes, boxes, etc.

  • Pushing/occasional. Employee is required to push carts, totes, boxes, etc.

  • Walking/continuous. Employee is required to move around the equipment to meet facility standards. Rapid pace is common for these needs to be met successfully.

  • Driving/continuous. Employee will be required to operate all types of forklifts or stand-up pallet jack.

  • Employee will be required to work in a hot or cold environment.

  • Bama is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. *

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1.18 - Pie Warehouse Coordinator; 2Nd Shift, (3Pm - 11Pm)

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The Bama Companies, Inc.