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Title: Warehouse Manager (Store Logistics) Location: United States-Virginia-Virginia Beach Job Number: 24000169 Job Summary: Manages retail backup warehouse and storage facilities for a large retail store mall. Duties and Responsibilities: - Directs associates through subordinate supervisors. Plans and schedules work; arranges for necessary equipment and personnel. Sets performance standards and evaluates the associate's performance. Oversees warehouse associate training. Establishes and communicates work rules and standards. - Directs all activities of a substantial number of employees involved in the receipt, inspection, quality control, ticketing, picking, consolidation, storage, merchandise display, stocking, price marking, and packing of merchandise in and out of the backup warehouse and storage facilities. Arranges for transportation of merchandise to locations. - Controls merchandise from receipt until placement on the sales floor. Accountable for the disposition of all receipts; identifies deficiencies in controls and initiates corrective action to preclude recurrence. Interprets basic warehousing policies as they apply. - Plans the layout and utilization of the receiving area based on the amount of merchandise and flow of work. Ensures adherence to policies and procedures for the security of merchandise, property, and equipment. - Determines the methods for physically inspecting the merchandise, maintaining high efficiency of the receiving, marking, and checking process, movement of merchandise from the storage area to the sales floor, and the accurate flow of merchandise through the marking function. - Responsible for the management and safe operation of fleet vehicles. Includes equipment requirements, maintenance programs, and delivery schedules, along with complying with federal, state, and DOD regulations. - Provides assistance and guidance concerning maintenance and safety of vehicles. Reviews cost and performance data to determine operating efficiencies, the efficiency and economy of the motor vehicle fleet, compliance with all established policies and procedures, and validity of vehicle authorizations. Ensures that daily inspections of fleet equipment are performed by operators. - Establishes and monitors preventative maintenance and repair programs for motor vehicles. Determines maintenance and repair priorities; establishes maintenance schedules; reviews and evaluates work-in-process and completed work to assure compliance with established standards. Reviews and analyzes major component repairs; provide guidance as required. Ensures that daily inspections of fleet equipment are performed by operators along with complying with all federal, state, and DOD regulations. - Coordinates training needs of personnel involved in the operation of distribution center motor vehicles (with emphasis on Safety and HAZMAT operations). Collects safe driving information and mileage facts for National Safety Council to remain current on driver award programs. - Works with Divisional Managers and Department Managers to determine available shelf space and amounts and location of merchandise to be displayed. Assures items are effectively merchandised, accurately price marked, and neatly arranged. Assures rotation of stock to prevent spoilage and outdating of stock; marks down the price of merchandise to move damaged or perishable stock. Arranges for the return to the vendor of items that are damaged, shipped in error, or unsellable. - Works with Distribution Center to ensure required merchandise is brought to the main store at established times to prepare for stocking. - Reviews incoming merchandise in the warehouse and informs Divisional Managers and Department Managers regarding new receipts in an effort to expedite merchandise to the selling floor and maximize sales and profitability through faster turnover. - Assures area is kept clean and orderly. Adheres to applicable fire and safety regulations. Ensures that the needed materials and tools are available. - Conducts regular inspections of equipment and work areas; follows prescribed maintenance program and makes recommendations for repair or replacement. - Supervises and participates in the taking of periodic and special inventories. - Responsible for training associates and ensuring that all material handling equipment operators have current licenses and physical examinations. Keeps an up-to-date training file on each operator. - Develops/provides and administers an operating budget. Assists in the preparation of a variety of reports consisting of operational and statistical data to be used for analysis and evaluation of the effectiveness of the operation. - Performs other related duties as assigned. TRAINING REQUIREMENT: The associate must receive Hazardous Material (HazMat) training within 90 days of hire per Department of Transportation regulations. The incumbent of this position must file a Financial Disclosure Report (OGE) Form 450, as required. Qualifications: Requires a total of 5 years of combined experience: GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Three years of experience in administrative, professional, investigative, or other responsible work which enabled the applicant to gain a general knowledge of store warehouse logistics and physical distribution support. Such experience may have been gained in purchasing, accounting, inventory control, merchandising, industrial planning, traffic, or data processing. OR SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE: 1 year of academic study above the high school level may be substituted for every 9 months of experience. Substitution of 1 year for 1 year in those instances where co-op experience is required of a student as part of the program of study. AND SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Two years of progressively responsible experience which provided knowledge of overall distribution and/or store warehouse management systems and techniques; materials handling practices and procedures; or experience in one or more areas of storage and distribution activities, such as physical receipt, inspection, storage, stock rotation, stock levels and distribution flow to location sites; and exempt on nonexempt supervisory experience; or similar work which demonstrated the knowledge and abilities to perform the duties of the position. Job: Retail Stocking/Backroom Functions

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