[Intro Paragraph] Get candidates’ attention by using this section as an elevator pitch for your company and the warehouse supervisor role. You may want to explain the value proposition, company culture, team values, and commitment to professional development. If it’s relevant, you may also want to share customer reviews and any awards your team has won.
Warehouse Supervisor Job Responsibilities: Use this section of your warehouse supervisor job description to share the job responsibilities. Include a comprehensive list so candidates can decide whether they are interested in the day-to-day work and have the necessary skills. If you also have a warehouse manager, they may handle some of these responsibilities so be sure to customize this list. Depending on your hiring needs, you may be looking for someone who:
- Oversees warehouse operations.
- Uses common warehouse management systems (WMS).
- Hires and manages warehouse associates.
- Organizes and leads warehouse trainings.
- Follows the standard operating procedures (SOP).
- Sets the shift schedule and daily assignments.
- Develops and improves warehouse processes and procedures.
- Supervises packaging, receiving, and shipping activities.
- Completes packaging, receiving, and shipping tasks as needed.
- Tracks in-bound and out-bound inventory.
- Orders new supplies and equipment.
- Collaborates with the customer service team and other departments.
- Escalates issues to managers and recommends potential solutions.
- Ensures the team follows company policies and procedures.
- Makes sure the team adheres to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety regulations.
[Work Hours and Benefits] Let candidates know if it’s a full-time or part-time role. Mention if the warehouse supervisor would need to work early mornings, late nights, and weekends so candidates know the time commitment. If your warehouse has a rotating shift schedule, mention the various days and times. Next, prompt candidates to apply by sharing the benefits offered for the role, such as health insurance, paid time off, parental leave, retirement planning, and professional development stipends.
Warehouse Supervisor Qualifications and Skills: Use these sections of your warehouse supervisor job description to feature the job requirements. Some people will only apply for a job if they meet 100 percent of the requirements. You’re likely to increase the number of applicants if you note the skills and experiences that are required versus preferred. Here are a few examples:
- Manages all warehouse associates and has advanced leadership skills.
- Collaborates with other departments and has strong interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrates project management and problem-solving skills.
Education and Experience Requirements:
- A high school diploma or equivalent is required.
- An associate’s or bachelor’s degree in supply chain management is preferred.
- Must complete OSHA 30-hour training within the first three months of employment.
- At least [number] years of warehouse associate experience is required and [years] of management experience is preferred.
[Call to Action] Increase the number of applicants with a strong call to action. For example, you could invite interested candidates to apply and provide instructions for applying from the job board, your website, or by reaching out to the hiring manager. If you know the next steps in the hiring process and the goal hiring timeline, it’s helpful to include it so candidates know what’s next.
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