Supervisor, Stores

American Airlines - Phoenix, AZ4.1

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What does it take to join us? We’re glad you asked! We expect exceptional skills in your discipline and a dedication to being the best as we relentlessly pursue our goal of being not just the largest airline in the world, but also the best airline in the world.

Fortunately, we’re building on almost a century of innovation and firsts in our industry – and we plan to continue that tradition of excellence.

About The Job

This job is a member of the Stores Team within the Integrated Operations Division. This position will be responsible for supervising a unionized workforce’s daily operation of Technical Operations Supply Chain operation of aircraft parts and tooling, to include, shipping, receiving, inventorying and movement of company materials. This also includes the supervision of all Stores personnel assigned to the operation.

Specifically, you’ll do the following:
Supervises and assigns job responsibilities to the Supervisors in one or more occupations
Coordinates with the Supply Manager to create and assign supervisor schedules
Manages all Administrative duties within the Supply department
Interprets company policies to workers and enforces safety regulations
Resolves, analyzes, and assists with solving work problems
Meets with operations management to problem solve and improve department processes and procedures
Initiates or suggests plans to motivate workers to achieve work goals
Recommends or initiates personnel actions such as promotions, transfers, discharges and disciplinary measures
Maintains time and attendance records as well as personnel files and performance records
Confers with other Supervisors and/or Managers to coordinate activities of individual departments
Confers with workers’ representatives to resolve grievances
Helps to establish team performance objectives that will support the company’s, maintenance, and repair shop business objectives
Leads the accomplishment of these team objectives to help ensure the company’s success
Actively participates in regular coaching/development sessions of those you lead as well as self
About The Job (Continued)

Maintains audit compliance
Maintains warehouse and supply locations assigned; maintain an efficient and orderly workforce/operation
Leads regularly scheduled crew briefings to communicate to team members department Policy and Procedural changes
Must be able to work all shifts, 24/7, including holidays
Some travel required
Must be willing to work extended hours based on operational needs

Required Qualifications

High School diploma or GED equivalency
Knowledge of Microsoft Office to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.
Thorough knowledge of Field Supply and Base Supply operations
Ability to handle multiple projects concurrently in a busy and hectic environment
Ability to fulfill FAA criminal background checks to qualify for unescorted access privileges to airport security identification display areas (SIDA), if applicable
Ability to secure appropriate airport authority and/or US Customs security badges, if applicable
Excellent interpersonal skills, including collaboration, problem solving, diplomacy, and team building
Excellent leadership skills
Ability to successfully coach and develop individuals
Ability to adapt and empathize with diverse audiences
Understanding of process improvement tools such as LEAN and Six Sigma, and ability to leverage these tools in analyzing and improving existing processes
Demonstrated responsibility of caring for the health and safety of self, as well as, the safety of others who may be affected by his/her acts or omissions
Previous experience with being sensitive to diversity and having worked in a way consistent with the principles of equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practice
Qualifications (Continued)

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Business, Supply Chain, Finance, Logistics or equivalent experience/training
Previous supervisory experience
Extensive Supply Chain experience with American Airlines
Knowledge of applicable computer systems used by frontline members
Knowledge of how to find, read, and understand FAR’s and how best to apply them to the line supply organization
Ability to quickly grasp various Collective Bargaining Agreement language and interpret it then apply the language to various situations
Knowledge of shipping limitations or the ability to quickly find these limitations as outlined in the IATA and 49 CFR
Additional Locations: None
Requisition ID: 26949