The Cooler Operations Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Supervisor in multiple functions to help create a more productive work environment. The operations coordinator must be well organized, detail-oriented individual who is able to manage multiple projects at once in a fast-paced distribution center environment.
Arrive before the team to set up daily paperwork
Hand out daily specials
Hands out pick sheets to selectors
Track daily work volumes communicating with supervisor to ensure staffing is correct
Tracks new employee progress (rates)
Tracks all team members' pick rates.
Works closely with other department coordinators and supervisors coordinating the interchange of products.
Logs start and end time for Selectors
Works with and organizes the monthly department safety meeting, and communicates the minutes to Risk Management.
Any other tasks as needed and directed by the supervisor
Working Relationships: This position will have daily contact with the DC Management team and warehouse personnel including external contacts such as outside marketing vendors.
Minimum Education: High School Diploma
Preferred Education: Associates Degree and/or Bachelors Degree
Minimum Experience: 2 years of distribution experience. Knowledge of Microsoft office suite (excel/word/PowerPoint)
Preferred Experience: 3 years of experience managing an office environment.
Soft Skills: The Position requires the ability to multitask, a strong work ethic, excellent communication skills (verbal and electronic), and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Organizational Astuteness, Managing Processes, Process Improvement, Reporting Skills, Supports Innovation, Developing Standards, and Administrative Writing Skills
Physical: Ability to stand, walk, bend, twist, kneel, crouch, and balance for extended periods of time. Must also be okay with a sedentary work environment as well. Ability to lift, lower, push, pull, and carry cases and totes weighing up to 60 lbs. over the head.
Hours & Conditions: Must be available to work weekdays, weekends, early mornings, nights, long shifts, and holidays. Adapt schedule to work alongside the changing demands of the warehouse. Exposure to vibrations, dust, dirt, noise, fumes, and chemicals. Working in hot and cold temperature extremes (extremes vary between 100 Fahrenheit -20 Fahrenheit). Other Compliance with all company policies and procedures. Authorization to work in the United States, or the ability to obtain the same.