Warehouse Slotting Coordinator

Performance Food Group Little Rock , AR 72215

Posted 2 months ago

The Slot Coordinator is responsible for item (SKU) inventory management by designating correct locations to optimize the flow of

product selection and to ensure accurate product inventory management. Ensures that all products are located in appropriate pick

slots in the correct warehouse departments (dry/cooler/freezer). Ensures that all product is ergonomically slotted to reduce personal

injury and/or product damage. This position works to find solutions to slotting inefficiencies by analyzing data with various

spreadsheet/software applications. Requires ability to professionally and effectively interface between purchasing, warehouse,

transportation and inventory departments. This role will function as a team member within the department and across functions, as

required, and perform any other duties assigned to best serve the company's internal and external customers.

Inspects all pick slots for inventory accuracy and maintains pick slot integrity including counts, ti-hi's, cubing, etc.

Initiates and manages the set up of slotting new items. Analyzes slot and product dimension requirements to ensure correct set up.

Reports inventory adjustments, locations of empty slots and other related information to appropriate departments in a timely manner.

Analyzes variety of reports/data to effectively resolve slotting issues and verify slot contents and counts. Routinely reviews inventory

movement and effectiveness of slot locations. Uses systems and data to slot items correctly by cubic movement and weight to

minimize number of replenishments, increase productivity and minimize potential for personal injury and product damage.

Ensures all data is updated routinely and timely to allow for informed and effective decision making across all departments.

Inspects and maintains pick slot efficiency and effectiveness to ensure optimal performance.

Performs general housekeeping duties in work area as needed. Secures all equipment and completes all necessary paperwork at end

of shift.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

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Warehouse Slotting Coordinator

Performance Food Group