• Design and implement work methods and procedures to increase productivity and improve service in the warehouse.
  • Motivate warehouse and shipping personnel to ensure that predetermined productivity, cost and quality standards are achieved or exceeded.
  • Approve invoices for payment.
  • Ensure safety and housekeeping.
  • Assist warehouse and shipping personnel with day to day activities as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Lead

The Lead ensures that all warehouse personnel follow policies and procedures for inventory-handling.

  • Direct warehouse personnel as necessary.
  • Unload incoming inventory from trucks.
  • Stock inventory into shelf locations.
  • Pick inventory for shipment to customers or repair vendors.
  • Perform inventory cycle counts.
  • Research missing parts to find current locations.
  • Operate fork lift equipment.

Aviation Warehouse Manager

Shall maintain an operational knowledge of company and Materiel Department general policies and procedures; must be computer knowledgeable and maintain an operational understanding of activities in the department.

The Warehouse Manager has an understanding of Federal Aviation Regulations regarding time controlled components and all other aspects of stores operational requirements.

The Warehouse Manager is responsible for the supervision of the warehouse, receiving, and shipping department. He/she provides constant program application to improve inventory accuracy, station allocation fill rates, and AOG support. Provides constant program review to enhance cost savings.

Oversees the application of personnel code with emphasis on the following items:

  • General appearance, cleanliness, and grooming.
  • Work place cleanliness and safety.
  • Interactive relationship with Maintenance Department.
  • Support of the Maintenance Department effort as a service organization.

Ensures stores security is appropriately established and maintained in all locations under the manager's control.

Review station allocations on an on-going basis, including rotables, expendables, tooling, facilities, and other applicable concerns.

Resolves any issues identified regarding:

  • Spares availability
  • Scheduling
  • Transportation
  • Inspections
  • Customs
  • Open DMI’s and or LBE’s
  • Movement of G-code components to vendors
  • Costs relating to Materiel Department for standard or non-standard support, for future planning

Ensures continued and accurate filing, record keeping, and inventory control system updates of all relevant documents in the stores environment.