The Inbound Supervisor coordinates and supervise all functions relating to freight movement into the warehouse, counting, processing, inspecting, replenishing and locating of inbound merchandise. This position is responsible for training and supervising employees to meet company standards of customer service, cost, safety and security.
Interacts with purchasing, accounting and Sales by responding to all inquiries concerning purchase orders, receipts, inventory counts, etc. Communicates with various trucking companies to inquirer about transit time and delivery schedules.
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Define the scope and manage all training development projects. Define content. Build appropriate models. Create instructor's guides, participant's guides, slide presentations, notes, visuals, computer-based training programs, web-based training programs, job aids, games, training tools, role plays, simulations, etc. to design independent portions of a larger training development project
Manage the development process of complex training interventions without supervision via project development plans. Research existing materials to gather information about the desired training topic. Conduct field visits for learning and performance needs. Interview subject matter experts to gather information about the desired training topic.
Lead projects with multiple staff assigned as assigned by supervisor. Including the management of multiple projects simultaneously, and coach or mentor junior team members.
Mentor instructional design staff in instructional design, problem-solving and adult learning theory.
Define and design programs and interventions including the preparation of program goals and objectives; perform usability testing and editing of design work.
Design program evaluation instruments using appropriate level 1,2, 3, and 4 program evaluation tools.
Required Knowledge and Skills:
Education and Experience: (Required education, training, licenses, accreditation or certification and quantity and type of directly related experience. In many cases an “equivalency,” consisting of a combination of education and prior directly related experience, is sufficient for the individual to perform the job satisfactorily.)
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: (Indicate the type of knowledge, skills and abilities required, such as verbal and written communication skills, computer skills, technical knowledge, interpersonal skills.)
Education and Experience:
The preferred candidate has:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
The preferred candidate demonstrates the ability to: