Plan, direct and coordinate the activities related to incoming and outgoing shipments. Prepare items for shipment. Duties include assembling, addressing, stamping and shipping material; receiving, unpacking, verifying and recording incoming material; and arranging for transportation of finished goods.
Summary of essential job functions
- Utilize positive employee techniques to lead, coordinate and develop Materials Department personnel to support production, forecast demand and/or create supply plans to ensure availability of materials or products.
- Plan work assignments and equipment allocations to meet operational goals.
- Review orders, production schedules or shipping/receiving notices to determine work sequences and material shipping dates, types, volumes or destinations.
- Prepare documents, such as work orders, bill of lading, or shipping orders to route materials.
- Record shipment data, such as weight, charges, space availability, damages or discrepancies for report accounting or recordkeeping purposes.
- Determine shipping method for materials, using knowledge of shipping procedures, routes & rates.
- Correspond with established representatives to resolve problems, such as damage, shortages or nonconformance to specifications.
- Comply with safety regulations and maintain clean and orderly work areas.
- Authority to stop production in the event unsafe parts or conditions appear.
- Performs other duties as assigned by the immediate Supervisor and/or Manager, which may be outside the scope of responsibilities noted above.
- A high school diploma or equivalent.
- At least five (5) years of work-related skill, knowledge, or experience in a fast-paced manufacturing environment is needed for this occupation. Preferably with an OEM or Tier I/II supplier in the automotive environment.
- Proficient in the use of Microsoft Software (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), ERP Software
- Meet or exceed the job requirements of the job.
- Identified candidates must be able to work overtime (daily, weekends and holidays).
Toledo Tool & Die Company Accountabilities
- Attendance & Payroll: We have a high expectation of our Team Members regarding their attendance; “To be at work every day, on time, as scheduled.” If TTD does not have regular attendance and the best effort of its workforce, it does not get its best results – because you are the most qualified person to do your assigned work.
- Safety: You are responsible to work safely and actively promote safety. This requires that all safety procedures are followed and that personal protective equipment (PPE) be used appropriately at all times. Any unsafe conditions must be reported at once to your immediate supervisor. Toledo Tool & Die places a high priority on safety, but a safe environment can only be achieved through the concern and action of each Team Member.
- Quality: Our reputation for high quality is vital. It has been earned by many years of painstaking care. We take pride in this tradition and in keeping it alive. We recognize our job security depends on customer satisfaction. To achieve the level of customer satisfaction we desire, each Team Member is expected to exceed the customers’ (external and internal) increasing expectations. Quality is essential to keeping customers satisfied. You can do much on your job to uphold our quality standards and ensure our future by following procedures and paying attention to detail. It is the responsibility of each Team Member to strive to provide high-quality products and services to our customers.
- Productivity: Each Team Member is expected to do their best every day by completing their assignments in a timely manner. Doing so will not only help ensure the success of Toledo Tool & Die but will provide you and your fellow Team Members, a higher level of job security and a more positive and productive work environment.
- Commitment: Team Members are to accept accountability for their own actions and commit to helping Toledo Tool & Die to accomplish its business objectives. Accepting personal accountability for assignments, meeting job requirements and respectful behavior is essential to maintaining a positive work environment, meeting our customers’ needs and building a successful organization.
- Good Housekeeping: A clean place is a better place, a safer and more pleasant place in which to work. You are expected to maintain a Five-S Environment (Scrap, Sort, Scrub, Standardize & Systemize). In addition, Team Members are expected to keep the aisles and exits clear; keep the washrooms and eating areas neat, and to throw trash in the containers provided. In short… be a good housekeeper.
- Teamwork: Teamwork is often displayed in little acts of cooperation between individuals and groups. Efficient business functions depend on Team Members working together to achieve our common goals. Only through the cooperation and teamwork of everyone can we achieve the level of customer satisfaction necessary to be a successful organization.
- Change & Innovation: We believe “The Team Member doing the job knows the job best.” Believing such, we expect each Team Member to commit to the continuous improvement of our products and services, work environment and one’s self. This means more than making suggestions, Team Members are encouraged to be part of the problem-solving process at TTD and take responsibility for making things better. Additionally, when new techniques, processes and/or equipment are identified, Team Members are expected to support implementation to help make them successful.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.Apply Now