Pepsico Richmond , VA 23234
We are PepsiCo Supply Chain. We are the game changers, innovators, collaborators and history makers. The ground breakers of the Supply Chain & Logistics space.
We are a diverse group, spread across 200 countries and territories, and united by a shared set of values and goals. You know our name through our amazing portfolio, including Tropicana, Pepsi, Frito-Lay, Quaker and Gatorade.
We perform with a purpose. We dream globally and act locally, constantly innovating to sustain our planet, our people, our communities and our business practices. Together, we raise the bar in lean manufacturing practices. We put forth new standards and stretch to reach beyond the goals we set. We are a think tank, bringing our ideas into action and are determined to find ways to drive efficiencies, improve processes and achieve the highest level of safety all while meeting the demands of our customers and consumers to deliver the best products. At PepsiCo, we are committed to performing well as individuals and in teams, and to strengthen the company as a whole.
Are you hungry to be a part of the world's largest portfolio of billion-dollar food and beverage brands? Then now is the time to explore the opportunities of PepsiCo: what makes you unique makes us better.
This Warehouse Manager position contributes to the success of a warehouse or manufacturing location for PepsiCo. The Warehouse Manager coordinates the receiving, shipping, and material handling responsibilities in the warehouse by designing and developing product movement and storage systems, improving operations, and supporting the front line staff. Responsibilities include cost efficiency, continuous improvement on processes, service, and safety for an entire business unit across all shifts. This individual is responsible for managing numerous shifts in either a union or non-union environment and developing a team of supervisors.
Maintains a safe and healthy work environment by establishing, following, and enforcing standards and procedures and complying with legal regulations.
Maintain quality standards of finished product
Ensures smooth delivery of product for the Sales organization.
Achieves operational objectives by contributing warehouse operations information and recommendations to strategic plans
Reviews and prepares any action plans while ensuring productivity, quality and customer service standards are met
Meets financial objectives by forecasting requirements, preparing an annual budget, scheduling expenditures, analyzing variances, and initiating corrective actions.
Builds people capability through effective employee relations, hiring, training, and communication for front-line hourly and salaried personnel
Develops team to solve day-to-day operational issues and reach short- and long-term performance goals
Delivers effective change leadership while driving business changes and minimizing people impact
Communicates and collaborates cross-functionally to assist team to solve operational issues
Motivates the team members to achieve plan goals
Develops warehouse operations systems by determining product handling and storage requirements.
Develops processes for receiving product, equipment utilization, inventory management, gate processes (check in/out), and shipping.
Develops and implements warehouse operations system improvements by leading continuous improvement projects as assigned and by analyzing process work flow, manning and space requirements, and equipment layout.
Troubleshoots all receiving and shipping complaints to find the cause, help resolve the issue, and prevent reoccurrence.
Administer policies and procedures
Regular and predictable attendance at the work site
This role requires regular presence on the plant floor
This role requires lifting up to 40 lbs. occasionally
This role requires occasional work in poor weather conditions, including heat, cold, rain, or snow
This role may operate forklift and manufacturing equipment occasionally
This role may require off-shift and weekend work
This role may require some travel (less than 5%)
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience required. Preferably in engineering, business, operations management, or similar field
Lean Six Sigma Experience preferred, demonstrated by successful completion of a major improvement project.
A minimum of 5 years of operations/logistics or supply chain experience preferred
A minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience preferred
Strong knowledge of inventory management systems
Forklift certification a plus
Experience with continuous improvement (i.e. Lean Six Sigma certification, TPM, lean manufacturing, etc)
Proficient in Microsoft Suite applications
Ability to give and receive constructive feedback
Ability to lead a team-based approach to decision making
Demonstrated ability to work in a results-oriented, challenging environment
Strong leadership skills with the ability to get results through mentoring others
Effective coaching, facilitation, presentation, and team building skills
Must be authorized to work in the United States