Siemens Mobility Rolling Stock Division produces railcar rolling stock (light rail vehicles, electric and diesel locomotives, and passenger coaches) with a direct labor staff of approximately 1000 employees. Due to our growth and expansion, we are adding a Director of Warehouse Logistics to our diverse team. In this role, you will manage overall warehouse activities among both on-site and off-site warehouses, with total staffing of approximately 150 team members, from material receipt to delivery of material to production. The primary mission is to support all production departments with on time, complete material delivery to support overall project quality, delivery and cost targets. The position is based at our manufacturing campus in beautiful and affordable Sacramento, California
What you will be doing:
safety is the top priority for all employees and managers.
Ensure maximum material availability to production work order start dates.
Maximize efficiency on the production floor by presenting material on time to the work order start date, in a ready to use, de-trashed, well-organized, and undamaged state.
Manage all aspects of warehouse operations including receiving, put away, cycle counting, picking, kitting consolidation, and delivery of material to the production floor. Complete, timely, and orderly delivery of material to production is of paramount importance.
Develop and drive a comprehensive operations logistics strategy with the support of own logistics industrial engineering team.
Develop and implement packaging standards for all suppliers to minimize damage and improve internal material handling.
Maximize warehouse efficiency through effective processes and excellent training.
Ensure available space is utilized as effectively as possible through appropriate storage devices, racking configuration, and effective slotting strategies.
Maintain appropriate KPIs and demonstrate productivity improvements in all warehouse activities through process improvement and infrastructure enhancements.
Maintain inventory accuracy through sound processes and training, and an effective cycle count program, including identification of root cause issues and implementation of required improvements in processes or training.
Forecast future workload requirements and ensure appropriate staffing levels are planned for and attained, and space requirements are understood and planned for.
Develop and present capital expense plans to support future business needs.
Work closely with tactical purchasing and production control to mange incoming material load and work order releases to production.
Ensure all employees are effectively trained in both safety and all operational requirements.
Coach and develop managers and team members through regular performance dialog and performance reviews.
What you will need to be successful:
degree in business, logistics, supply chain or related discipline, or
10 years demonstrated experience in warehouse management in a large capital equipment, engineer-to-order, project manufacturing environment.
Strong MRP knowledge and experience
Advanced experience with MS Office, particularly Excel.
Lean or Continuous Improvement certification
Capable of developing and implementing a comprehensive strategic approach for all warehouse operations.
We would be impressed if you had
Strong background in SAP WM
Why Siemens Mobility?
We are # 9 On Forbes Great Places to Work List
Health and Wellness: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, HSA, Commuter Benefits
Vacation & Time Off: Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Personal / Sick Days, Maternity/Paternity Leave,
Financial & Retirement: Savings Plan, Performance Bonus for Key Roles, Merit Increases, Relocation
Professional Development: Tuition Reimbursement, Promote from Within, Mentor Program, Access to Online Courses, Lunch & Learns
Office Life: Flexible Work Hours , Remote Work Opportunities, Diversity & Inclusion Program
Organization: Siemens Mobility
Company: Siemens Mobility, Inc
Experience Level: Mid-level Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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