Logistics Technician - Warehouse Operations
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This position is 1st shift.
The Logistics Technician is responsible for performing all raw material goods receipt for valid Purchase Order execution within SAP; non-batch, batch and quality managed batch-controlled material. Further responsible for the post goods receipt put away, storage and order picking of all warehoused material in accordance with good cGMP practices and as set forth in departmental SOPs. Additionally responsible for inter-plant delivery, inventory control, proper certifications for maintaining licensure for the operation of powered material handling equipment and the administration functions required to support departmental operations. This position reports to and supports the Warehouse Operations manager, who is ultimately responsible for the management and leadership of the Warehouse Operations team within the US Materials Management Group of Swiftwater Industrial Operations. This position will have interactions focused mostly on Production support, but, also plant-wide with Site Services, Finance & Administration, Industrial Operations, CommOps, Outside Transportation Services, Outside Vendors, Regulatory Agencies, and Outside Contractors/Consultants.
Receiving Duties (Primary)
Responsible for performing the receiving function initiated with the unloading of the physical receipt at the dock as set forth in departmental SOPs. Count, verify and examine incoming receipts against carrier freight bill nothing any over, short or damage (OS&D) conditions. Unpack and further count, verify and examine contents against vendor packing slip noting any concealed OS&D conditions. Perform all raw material goods receipt for valid Purchase Order execution wtihin SAP; both non-batch, batch and quality managed batch-controlled material. Complete all proper inventory labeling. Process any/all specialized receipt functions dealing with the importing of all non-sanofi pasteur US finished goods and filled containers for valid Schedule Agreement/Purchase Order execution within SAP.
Warehousing Duties (Primary)
Responsible for the goods receipt put away, storage and order picking for all warehoused material in accordance with good cGMP practices and as set forth in departmental SOPs. Responsible for stock put away of batch-controlled, released raw materials and all non-batch controlled materials into warehouse storage locations. Responsible for document control as it concerns order generation for picking documents, either Goods Issue to Cost Center or Bin to Bin transfer for subsequent Goods Issue to Process Order. Responsible for the timely picking of orders enabling on time delivery to person or area based on requested delivery date and ensuring that all SAP transactions are current and correct. Responsible for stock removal of all items designated on sanofi pasteur/US Merchandise Disposal Order and processing of accompanying Hazardous Waste transfer paperwork where necessary.
Delivery Duties (Primary)
Responsible for the intra-plant delivery function of all Purchase Order and non-Purchase Order receipts and as set forth in departmental SOPs. Delivery of all FedEx/overnight letter/package receipts to occur same day. Delivery of all picked warehouse orders, both production and non-production related to occur same day and ensuring all SAP transactions are current and correct. Responsible for ensuring that all fleet vehicles are scheduled for repairs, registration, inspection and preventative maintenance.
Administration Duties (Support)
Responsible to perform all administrative functions required to properly support departmental operations and where set forth in departmental SOPs. Complete and process all reports in a timely manner. Coordinate all discrepancy communications with Production, end users, Purchasing and/or vendors in a timely manner. Coordinate import logistics with specialized transportation services for the inland transport of imported finished goods. Process MDO (Merchandise Disposal Order) to affect proper documentation, materials handling and waste disposal for all commodities stored. Performs any/all other administrative duties as required to support departmental operations.
Inventory Control Duties (Primary)
Responsible for inventory control of all materials within the SAP system as transacted in conjunction with the Goods Receipt for Purchase Order process and related downstream processing and as set forth in departmental SOPs. Controls the inventory accuracy of all external Goods Receipts for Purchase Order through quality inspection and into warehouse storage. Controls the inventory accuracy of all Goods Issue to Cost Center transactions as directed by the warehouse order pick and deliver process. Controls the inventory accuracy, up to the point of delivery acceptance, of all Bin to Bin transfers to production areas for use in Goods Issue to Process Orders. Responsible for maintaining inventory accuracy as defined by corporate standards and measured via the cycle count process for all material stored in the warehouse.
Material Handling duties (Primary)
Responsible to perform and control all logistical movements of material from receiving to storage, direct to production areas or to other designated areas and as set forth in departmental SOPs. Must maintain certification to allow for the use of required material handling equipment to perform material movements. Coordinates and performs all in process SAP transactions as required to control movement of material. Responsible for the safe and efficient storage and handling of various types of "hazard-classified" materials, such as: compressed gas cylinders, flammable liquids, hazardous waste, blood pathogens, infectious substances, thimerosal, etc. Responsible for proper housekeeping and cleaning procedures as set forth in departmental SOPs.
Completion and maintenance of required certification and licensure to operate powered material handling equipment associated with job performance duties.
Completion of all assigned training modules, SOPs, SWIs, safety and compliance requirements as controlled by the ISOtrain system.
Outbound Shipping Duties
Pickup and delivery of product (WIP, bulk and finished product), materials and equipment within the Swiftwater site, while maintaining accurate transport logs.
Processing external shipments in a safe and compliant manner, while following all department SOP’s.
Proactively communicate shipment status to internal and external customers.
Inventory control of all materials within the SAP system as transacted through the Logistics Operations SAP bins.
All other duties as assigned
The ability to perform any/all needed SAP transactions in the receipt, storage, movement and delivery of all material is critical to the success of this role and the Warehouse Operations Department.This position requires the incumbent to have an above average SAP skill set in the management of GMP material receipt and order fulfillment for production support. The GMP production environment requires attention to the details and accuracy within good documentation practices.The multi shift GMP production environment that exists generates the need to work overtime as required often with short notice and the working of various shifts depending on business needs and production cycles.The focus to create and maintain a safety culture that is proactive and striving for zero injuries is of the utmost importance and an expectation for all employees.
The Logistics Technician has the ability to influence and impact the Manufacturing Area's productivity and run time with the proper service levels on order fulfillment of materials required. The work performed by the Logistics Technician and the proper SAP transactions associated therein directly impacts Manufacturing's ability to execute the Production Plan as published by the Materials Management group and has the ability to affect deviations within their area of responsibility, which directly affects product produced at the Swiftwater facility.
The Logistics Technician is expected to have experience and knowledge including but not limited to the following:
- SAP system extensive knowledge
- Powered Material Handling equipment
- Manual Material Handling equipment
- SCLogic Package Tracking system
- 24V Battery Charging stations
- Chart recorders
- Valid driver's license (clean driving record), ability to obtain DOT medical release
High School Diploma/GED
Minimum of 2+ years’ experience in warehousing/logistics/supply chain.
- Some Experience with shipping multi-mode (truck, air, ocean, etc)
Forklift Certification (required within one year of start date)
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