RITE-HITE® Corporation, headquartered in Milwaukee, WI, is an industry leader in the manufacture and sale of loading dock and materials-handling products designed for maximum safety, productivity, and reduced operating costs. RITE-HITE first rose to prominence as a manufacturer of loading dock equipment with an original product line that consisted primarily of loading dock levelers and vehicle restraint systems.
However, with its 1991 acquisition of FROMMELT(TM) Industries, Dubuque, Iowa, RITE-HITE's lineup of dock products was significantly broadened to include industrial power doors, cooler/freezer doors, and dock seals and shelters. Recognizing the need of its customers and an industry's shift toward a preventive maintenance philosophy, RITE-HITE has a separate division dedicated solely to aftermarket sales and service.
The family-owned corporation was founded in 1965 by Arthur K. White, father of RITE-HITE president, Michael White. The company has historically placed a strong emphasis on research and development, leading to new products that pioneer the loading dock industry. In its early years, RITE-HITE established itself as a manufacturer of loading dock equipment of unequalled quality - and that reputation holds true today. A 12-month guarantee of customer satisfaction is standard on all RITE-HITE products sold.
After 30 years, RITE-HITE Corporation remains a leading producer of loading dock and materials-handling products that provide solutions to maximize dock and warehouse safety and productivity. RITE-HITE employs approximately 1600, and maintains more than 30 representative organizations at over 100 different locations throughout Asia, Europe, and North America.
Rite-Hite Corporation is a very family friendly, flexible employer with a pleasant, air conditioned, clean work environment. We are experiencing dyamic growth and have added a second shift manufacturing shift to help us meet our ever growing business demands. We offer competitive pay with an attractive benefit package. We provide paid on the job training for our entry level manufacturing associate positions with great advancement opportunities. Apply today to learn more about this exciting career opportunity.
Rite-Hite Corporation is a global leader in the manufacture and distribution of loading dock equipment and industrial doors. Our products and services are the envy of the industry, and are fueling strong growth for our company world wide. RITE HITE Products Corporation, our dock leveler and restraints division, has immediate need of a full-time, day shift, shipping supervisor due growth and expansion.
Seeking candidate's with an Associates degree or 1-3 years closely related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Requires knowledge of manufacturing procedures, materials identities, part relationships and production department functions.
What We Offer:
Rite-Hite provides its employees with excellent training, competitive wages with regular salary increases, a full benefits package (medical, dental, vision, disability, life and more), as well as an outstanding retirement program that combines a 401(k) with company match and profit sharing. We also provide excellent opportunity to grow your career with a global leader in industrial safety products.
Rite-Hite is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer offering a drug free workplace for our customers and employees.
HOW TO APPLY:
Apply online now or email email@example.com include your resume, letter of interest and salary requirements.
Job Title: Shipping Supervisor
Corporation: Rite-Hite Environmental Enclosures
Reports To: Warehouse and Logistics Manager
FLSA Status: Exempt
Prepared By: Bridget Bodine
Prepared Date: 06/05/2017 08:08:20 AM
Last Modified: 06/05/2017
Responsible for handling finished goods from assembly, i.e. weighing, dims, labeling and organizing shipment. Ensure all waiting-to-ship products are properly released and shipped per Rite-Hite's promised date and coordinate shipping releases for all Dubuque Opco’s to all F.O.B. locations.
Plan, assign and direct work of several shipping employees. Working supervisor who may occasionally need to load a truck.
Cubing up trucks, JDE review to coordinate by carrier, customer, etc.
Coordinates truck scheduling for pick ups.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Coordinate all transportation for product delivery by reviewing shipping notices, bills of lading, invoices, orders, and other records to determine shipping priorities, work assignments, and shipping methods required to meet shipping and receiving schedules. This also includes post-shipment research to facilitate tracing requests, verify shipment dimensions/weights and proper description selection and any other issues that may arise.
Review carrier routings for agreement between mode of selected carrier and specific shipment dimensions and weight.
Review orders for possible product consolidation between Opcos
Serve as primary contact for carriers, internal Customer Service Representatives and external customers regarding product delivery.
Oversee policies/procedures and documentation of the waiting to ship inventory. This includes the proper creation of shipping releases, bills of lading and shipment notifications required by customer selected 3PLs.
Understand NAFTA and Global Compliance regulations. Work with International and Traffic departments to create and ensure accuracy of export documentation.
Plan, assign and direct work of shipping employees to include loading, recording and posting customer orders; and assisting inventory control on assigned items.
Coordinates with Final Assembly Supervisors to meet the shipping schedule
Ensures "world class" on time delivery performance.
Ensure accurate shipment of product while maintaining a balance flow of shipments during any given period of time.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or one to three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Requires a general knowledge of manufacturing procedures, material identities, part relationships and production department functions.
Paid Sick Leave
|Years of Experience||1-2 Years|