On-Site Manager: General Labor/Warehouse START DATE: TBA


Northwest Pallet Supply is currently interviewing for an On-Site Manager in DeKalb, Illinois at our customer's distribution center to run their pallet operation.
As a working manager, this position provides the leadership, management, and vision that is necessary to ensure the operating efficiency at the highest level of customer service in a high paced facility.
This position is tasked with leading a crew of 15-20 employees within a dedicated area at a customer location and operating a forklift.
This is an independent, high performance position.
If you have the proven experience to build success, have an exceptional warehouse or retail management background, and have the talent to tackle day to day challenges, we would like to hear from you!
Responsibilities Include:
oCoaching of employees that models the values and culture of the company
oHiring and training of new employees
oEffective communication with customers and employees
oEnsure that all key processes - production, safety, and servicing - are understood by employees
oCoordinate inbound / outbound flow of product
oDaily reporting of production
oForklift Operation
Job Requirements:
oProven track record of success and stability (3+ years)
oDemonstrated solid decision making
oAbility to provide new ideas "think outside the box"
oWorks well unsupervised
oExcellent interpersonal and communication skills
oResults oriented and can meet commitments
oWord and Excel proficiency
oForklift Experience
oBi-lingual / financials a plus
oFour-year college degree preferred
oMust be willing to work extended hours and weekends as necessary
If you are interested in the position, please submit your resume with contact information.
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