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Supervisor, Warehousing

Company Name:
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
Supervisor, Warehousing
Location Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME
Department B0800 Warehousing
Requisition Number 14-6721
Shift ALL
Number of Positions 1
Security Clearance Secret
Job Description COSAL Supervisor - responsibility to oversee receiving, issuing, and inventory, and load out operations of COSAL material.
Continuous communication with Warehouse Management, Ship's Management, US Navy, and Program Office.
This role includes direct supervision of Material Handlers and Heavy Equipment Operators.
The successful candidates will plan, maintain, and execute the COSAL load out plan.
Maintain safety expectations throughout the assigned areas, and drive the correction of safety concerns .
Coach and mentor employees.
Support accurate inventory and capacity reports.
Assist in Warehousing initiatives as assigned.
Assist with weekly metrics and reporting.
Required Education/Training BS degree in business management / logistics, or Graduate BIW Apprentice preferred, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge of general shipping and hazardous materials and storage practices.
Knowledge of Lean methodology.
Experience 5 years related to materials, inventory, or warehousing experience preferred.
Prior supervisory experience preferred.
Experience with Time Accounting System (TAS) preferred.
Knowledge of BMCS and MACPAC.
Knowledge of material practices at BIW.
PC skills required (Microsoft Office suite including Access).
Experience working in an organized labor environment preferred.
Ability to manage multiple priorities.
Written and oral communication required.
Unique/Additional Requirements Ability to climb and crawl onboard a ship.
Ability to work in varying temperatures.
Self motivated individual with positive attitude.
Problem solving ability and conflict resolution.
Serve as overtime supervisor as required.
Proven customer service track record.
U.S. CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F/D/V

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