Lead team of associates responsible for inbound receiving activities. Ensure all product shipped to site is received and put away quickly and efficiently. Maintain strict quality management of product receipts and put-away processes. Control and monitor the daily inbound workflow as well as assist/support team in daily tasks.
Ensure on-time, complete and accurate receipts of product
Establish inbound priority process and maintain and monitor daily work flow for team
Maintain accountability and track all inbound product until final disposition in the warehouse
Deliver communications to non-exempt team members to ensure the team's achievement of quality, cost, delivery, safety and talent objectives
Manage, coach, mentor and develop non-exempt team members
Oversee non-exempt timekeeping and monitor employee attendance (e.g., start time, breaks, etc.) to ensure customer needs are met
Ensure the effective delivery of periodic business performance reviews
Participate in problem solving and focus on continuous improvement via Lean/Six Sigma methodologies
Produce Daily Reports
Conduct detailed research and correct put away errors; provide notification and team education
Perform/support inbound activities as needed
Provide backup support to the outbound team
Collaborate with key stakeholders (Distribution and Field Operations, Sales, Mktg, etc.) in optimizing the supply chain
Work to achieve an environment that is free of safety hazards and improper ergonomic conditions while driving employee commitment to use safe work practices every day.
Ensure compliance with established regulatory and quality, legal, corporate, and human resources policies and procedures.
Provide on-the-job training and guidance to team members and ensure a proper tracking of competencies. Adhere to standards of training and provide documentation, continuous performance enhancement, and reliability.
Recruit temporary and permanent talent to the team. Ensure new hires meet all criteria for employment.
Accountable for all record-keeping as appropriate and in accordance with Stryker specifications.
Perform with honesty and integrity instituting a highly responsive and unsurpassed level of customer service.
4 year degree in supply chain management, industrial engineering or other relevant field of study OR equivalent work experience.
Demonstrated Supervisory/management experience
Demonstrated knowledge of principles and methods for selection, storage and movement of medical products
Demonstrated data integrity, analysis and reporting skills
Demonstrated proficiency in MS Office, WMS, ERP systems (including data analysis tools i.e. queries, pivot tables, etc.)
Must have demonstrated team leadership, communication, and talent evaluation skills
Demonstrated understanding of a distribution and storage environment
Demonstrated understanding of inventory value, chain of handling and resolving and following up on client inquiries
Must be able to drive team productivity and develop individual relationships across the organization
Understanding of the impact of inventory across multiple demographics
Demonstrated ability to maintain composure in a fast paced environment
Demonstrated interpersonal skills with ability to successfully communicate verbally and in writing
Must be able to lead and work in a team environment
Prefer demonstrated knowledge of the medical implant industry and hospital customer base
Must have the ability to work flexible hours, as needed to support the business needs
Work From Home: No
Travel Percentage: None
Stryker Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Stryker is an EO employer M/F/Veteran/Disability.
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