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Production supervisor

Brampton, Ontario

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Job Summary

 

General Description:

Manage all aspects of the production department. Includes production schedules, costing and budgeting, managing staff, forklift driver, inventory control and data entry.

 

Main activities:

Hands on, working on the floor

Assembly of imported items

Ensure health & safety guideline are followed

Maintain accurate production records including work orders, products costing sheets, work logs, production schedule

Maintain all equipment clean via regular scheduled maintenance and service contracts

Learn the operation of all production equipment

Follow established guidelines for operation procedures & processes

Keep production department clean and free of obstacles and debris

Perform assemblies in Accpac

Keep stock and supplies orderly in designated places

Perform regular cycle counts on inventory to keep on accurate level in the computer software

Store inventory according to company requirements

Perform Q/C on incoming material and maintain/update Q/C reporting

Follow SOP’S as out lined in our quality manual

Produce work orders for all related production

Provide customer Service support on all their packaging needs

Assist all inventory purchases needed by the department by sending in requisitions as needed

 

Requirements

5 years of experience in a similar function with supervisory responsibilities

Strong business understanding of the manufacturing/production environment

Good working knowledge of Word, Excel, Labelview and Microsoft E-Mail

Accpac knowledge – accounting software – a definite asset

Experienced in using an electric forklift & walkie

 

Personal Skills:

  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Good judgment and strong organizational skills
  • Leadership, initiative, sense of urgency
  • Able to work with others to resolve inventory problems and make process improvements;

 

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $40,000.00 to $48,000.00 /year

 

 

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INVENTORY AND TRANSPORT ANALYST

Brampton, ON

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SUMMARY

The primary responsibility of our Inventory & Transport Analyst is to monitor inventory levels and place purchase orders as needed to support the business. Must be meticulous and detail oriented. Other responsibilities include arrangement and management of shipping activities to effectively execute inventory replenishment efforts. Successful candidate will also gain a broad level of experience by supporting cross-functional teams (primarily product development and sales) as required to ensure the company meets delivery deadlines and various performance objectives. This position offers a competitive salary and benefit package.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Monitor inventory levels and place purchase orders as needed to support the business. Analyze proposed purchase orders by using relevant information, including forecast, historical demand, in stocks and inventory turns metrics.
  • Ensure accuracy of purchase orders and vendor invoices by maintaining item pricing, lead times and vendor information in our system.
  • Maintain accurate records and documentation for each shipment. Ensure all required documentation for various government agencies is available, correctly completed, and given to our customs broker in a timely fashion.
  • Other miscellaneous duties and special projects as required.

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, SKILLS

  • University Degree in Business Administration, Logistics, or Relevant Field of Study it’s a plus.
  • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in purchasing and/or inventory management.
  • Demonstrated analytical, organizational, and multi-tasking skills, and proven detail-orientation.
  • Excellent ability to get along with diverse personalities and develop strong business relationships with vendors and associates.
  • Strong communication (written and verbal) and problem solving skills.
  • French is an asset.

 

MEASURABLE STANDARDS

  • 3 to 5 years of experience in purchasing and/or inventory analysis.
  • Strong technical proficiency with MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

 

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Open work environment
  • Occasional over time
  • Available for occasional short trips

Job Type: Full-time

 

 

 

 

INVENTORY CLERK

Saint-Laurent, QC

 

SUMMARY

Reporting to the Product manager, the Inventory Clerk will perform regular data entry functions in recording inventory transactions as well as maintaining efficient work procedures with inventory analysts. Works closely with other departments providing continuous flow of information and ensuring close follow-ups.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Analyze inventory levels and reallocate them according to priorities and needs
  • Check sales forecast reports and place orders accordingly
  • Ensure efficient replenishment and avoid / eliminate back orders
  • Identify discrepancies in inventory and provide solutions
  • Quickly identify slow movements that could cause delivery delays

 

EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

  • Strong knowledge of Excel
  • Bilingual
  • Knowledge of GP / Microsoft Dynamics is an asset
  • Organized
  • Able to work independently
  • Resourceful and quick learner
  • Mathematical and analytical mind

 

MEASURABLE STANDARDS

Detail oriented (data management). Logical. Ability to solve problems. Ability to meet the objectives.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS

Open air office. Multitasking.

 

 

 

 

COLLECTION CLERK

Brampton, ON

 

SUMMARY

Responsible for all collection activities including collection calls on overdue accounts, maintaining data, verifying payments/invoices, filing and other related tasks

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Communicate regularly with clients with overdue accounts to obtain payments within deadlines

Review with clients available methods of payment as per company policies

Maintain accurate data on credit activities (financial information, collection efforts made, date of calls, client agreements and discussion resumes)

Advise immediate supervisor about delinquent accounts

Identify payment gaps

Does daily bank deposits

Sort and file documents

Participate to data entry activities when required

Assist manager and coworkers when required

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

High school

2 to 3 years in a similar position

Experience with various A/R is a definite asset

Good knowledge of Microsoft Office, Outlook, Word, & Excel

Good negotiator

Ability to persuade while maintaining respectful demeanor

 

MEASURABLE STANDARDS

Accuracy; Detailed information maintained daily; Ability to manage numerous phone calls per day; Ability to follow up closely with clients as per terms of payments;

 

WORKING CONDITIONS

40 hours/week; open-air office;

Job Type: Full-time

 

 

 

ORDER PICKER

Richmond, BC

 

SUMMARY

The Order Picker is responsible of picking items and building orders for clients on pallets.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

· Pick selected items according to invoice;

· Build items on pallets according to set sequence;

· Wrap up pallets using an automatic wrapping machine;

· Unload floor loads as required;

· Ensure products are in their designated storage locations;

· Match piece counts when loading freight with invoice;

· Maintain the warehouse clean and organized;

· Maintain equipment on a daily basis (including manual pump lift & pallet truck;

· Work in accordance to the warehouse safety rules.

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

· Minimum 2 years of experience in a similar position;

· Experience using a manual or electric pump lift (jiggers);

· Familiar with warehouse operations;

· Organized, team oriented and reliable;

· Must be able to lift items of 50 pounds;

· Must be able to write/read English fluently.

 

Safety shoes are mandatory.

 

 

 

FORKLIFT OPERATOR

Richmond, BC

 

 

SUMMARY

Maintain the inbound and outbound flow of freight within the warehouse and ensure products are properly put away into designated area.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Load and unload freight;
  • Verify products and validate against packing slip, purchase orders or waybill;
  • Ensures that all required documentation is completed;
  • Unload floor loads as required;
  • Ensures products are delivered and/or moved to the designated area or storage location;
  • Replenishes rack-picking locations as required to maintain order process flow;
  • When loading freight, ensures piece count as indicated on the invoice or waybill;
  • Maintains a clean work area;
  • Ensures returns are stored in designated area;
  • Ensures all equipment is in proper working order (counter-balance/doors/docks);
  • Ensures day-to-day warehouse operations are conducted as per security code;
  • Support receiving, picking, load and dispatch functions as required.

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

· Forklift Certification;

· 1 to 2 years of experience in a similar position;

· Must be able to lift items of 50 pounds;

· Must be able to write/read English fluently;

· Familiar with warehouse operations;

· Organized, team oriented and reliable.

 

Safety shoes are mandatory.

 

 

 

DZ TRUCK DRIVER

Brampton, ON

 

 

SUMMARY

Responsible for the delivery of Company products to and from destinations. Follow assigned routes, respect the delivery schedule and the company quality standards. Provide customer service by assisting with problem resolution and accepting product returns as required.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Check daily that the load is secure;
  • Inspect daily the truck and ensure that it is safe to operate;
  • Pick up, deliver and unload product using lifting device to and from assigned destinations;
  • Complete appropriate paperwork;
  • Maintain log book according to the current regulations;
  • Register returns, overage/shortages and damaged products;
  • Obtain customer signatures when required;
  • Perform all functions in compliance with regulations and company safety rules;
  • Resolve customer problems as appropriate and inform supervisor of issues that remain outstanding;
  • Maintain cleanliness of vehicle and report any maintenance problems to supervisor;
  • Occasionally replace on the semi-trailor.

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

· Able to lift up to 60 pounds;

· Must have DZ driving class;

· Must be familiar with the Ontario and surrounding areas’;

· 5 years of experience in a similar job;

· Able to drive in all seasonal road conditions;

· Bondable to collect cash and cheques;

· Excellent customer service skills.

 

MEASURABLE STANDARDS

  • Delivery schedule;
  • Quality of customer service;
  • Route knowledge;
  • Equipment maintenance.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS· Constantly in and out of truck and warehouses;· Steel toe boots;· Flexible schedule.

 

Job Type: Full-time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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