This position provides management support for a $4.9 million, 13,000 items warehouse for the continuous operation (24/7-365 days) of Cogeneration Systems. This position collaborates with management to ensure the procurement of materials and services necessary to ensure continued operation and will be the liaison between the Engineers, Warehouse Manager, Operations Superintendent, Maintenance Superintendent, I and C Superintendent, and the Business Office. This position requires detailed working knowledge of the components, equipment and systems at the above facilities. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, researching and updating planned materials and asset sections of our operating system and training employees to carry out warehouse responsibilities necessary to meet the needs of the facility. The person in this person must have advanced knowledge of creating and manipulation of spreadsheets. The person in this position must possess advance communication skills and the ability to work with a diverse population, from minimal education to advanced degree education. This person must think creatively, considering a multiplicity of ideas, combining these ideas to produce desirable salutations while adhering to all UNC procedures. In the absence of the Warehouse Manager this position will take on all Warehouse Manager responsibilities to include, budgeting, providing reports to upper management and human resources/supervision. This position requires an understanding of inventory management and procurement. This is a lead position responsible for setting the example, providing guidance and overseeing item/material availability and warehouse operations in support of continuous facility operations.
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalency.
The selected candidate for this position must have demonstrated experience with relevant business practices, policies, procedures, planning and distributing of supplies and/or materials, ability to determine the most appropriate action within procedural and operational guidelines. Work requires knowledge of work management and inventory tracking programs in order to maintain accurate records of merchandise received, inventoried and sold. Ability to provide purchasing guidance, present ideas clearly, process, interpret and explain information: ability to adjust language or terminology to meet the needs of the audience, ability to use correct grammar, organization, and structure.
Customer Service: Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer service. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. Assist customers and/or vendors to ensure delivery of quality product. Provides input in establishing customer service standards. Establishes and maintains strong relationship with community, faculty, staff, students and/or vendors. Resolves customers and/or vendors problems.
Mathematics: Knowledge of business arithmetic and the ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide quickly and correctly. Applies full knowledge of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. Full knowledge in receiving and disbursing cash, inventory/merchandise. Resolves standard problems and consults with or makes recommendations to supervisor for resolution of non-standard errors or problems.
Communications-Oral: Ability to convey information orally to individuals or groups to ensure that they understand the message. Ability to listen and respond appropriately to information from others. Leads by example m overcoming communication problems in the work area. Understands the chain of communication, who to contact and when. Communicates sufficient information to keep the supervisor informed.
Sales and Promotions: Knowledge of principles and methods for showing, promoting, and selling products or services. This includes promoting strategy and tactics, product demonstration, sales techniques, and sales control systems. Applies a full knowledge of sources of supply, market factors, products, and commodities being purchased. Develop advertising and promotional plans.
Program Knowledge/Records Administration: Knowledge of and ability to maintain accurate records of merchandise received, inventoried and sold. Knowledge of and ability to maintain, verifies, and coordinates cash accounting records from a variety of sources. Performs a variety of broad functions within assigned area. Applies a complete understanding of the information in order to extrapolate key data elements. Utilizes, reconciles and manipulates information for management reports. May serve as lead worker.
Managing Work and Performance: Ability to assign work and to establish work rules and acceptable levels of quality and quantity of work. Ability to review work and evaluate performance of others, and to assist with developing individuals’ competencies. May plan, assign, and review performance to provide suggestions and give instructions for improving work. Ability to oversee and train other staff.
Experience working in an industrial work environment, with the ability to adjust language or terminology to meet the needs of the audience. Work Order/Inventory Management program experience, Work Management Systems (i.e. Maximo), detailed working knowledge of the components, equipment and systems at this or a similar facility.
Associates degree in supply management or a related discipline: or an equivalent combination of education and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions. Training experience and demonstrated leadership capabilities. Experience operating forklifts.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
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