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At Goodwill Industries of Mid-Michigan, our mission is to assist individuals with barriers to employment in making the transition to independence and self-sufficiency. 

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Job Summary

Full-time position, 40 hours per week. This position oversees and manages the successful operation of warehouse functions and production processes. Must be able to manage up to fifty employees. This person will provide support, vision and direction to salvage, shopgoodwill, new goods production teams and the outlet center. 

Apply online or within at: 501 S. Averill Ave., Flint, MI 48506

Salary:

$45k annually, depending upon skills and experience

Essential Functions

  • Identify and develops leadership potential of team.
  • Maintain contact with store managers to assist in increasing product availability.
  • Achieve customer service expectations, including handling customer concerns professionally.
  • Monitor salvage materials and prepare shipping orders for outgoing shipments.
  • Work with the transportation department to ensure the even distribution of goods to the store.
  • Supervise the distribution of new goods to retail stores.
  • Work with the transportation department to ensure proper utilization of warehouse resources – ensure stored product doesn’t exceed maximums, alerting Director of Operations if supply drops below minimums and ensures only quality product is stored in the warehouse in an orderly fashion.
  • Conduct employee evaluations.
  • Assist with evaluation of consumers.
  • Keep updated as to current production methods used at other donated goods facilities.
  • Keep updated on issues regarding CPSC.
  • Continually work to ensure efficiencies are in place.  Utilize performance improvement tools to streamline the department.
  • Works to ensure positive working relationships: internally and with outside agencies.
  • Holds regular staff meeting to focus on developmental programs, operational improvements and policy and procedural changes.
  • Adhere to and enforce all policies and procedures.
  • Demonstrates understanding and adherence to Goodwill’s mission, values, and code of ethics, while promoting a respectful and inclusive workplace.
  • Cooperates with investigations.
  • Additional duties as assigned.

 

Results Expected

  • Increase in revenue
  • Control of expenses to stay in budget.
  • High customer satisfaction.
  • A motivated, productive staff who understands Goodwill’s mission.
  • A well-maintained, safe and clean warehouse and outlet center.
  • A minimal level of losses from shortages, shrink, and/or theft.
  • A constructive training environment for workforce development consumers.
  • Demonstrated understanding of Goodwill’s mission, values and code of ethics.
  • Completion of action plans and objectives as assigned in support of the agency’s strategic plan.

Qualifications and Skills

  • High school diploma/GED required
  • Valid Driver's license required
  • Management and production line experience required
  • Excellent communication skills; verbal and written
  • Excellent computer skills with a proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Time-keeping experience for all personnel
  • Ability to negotiate with salvage vendors

Benefits and Perks

  • Health 
  • Vision 
  • Dental
  • Holiday pay
  • Vacation
  • Personal Paid Time Off (PPTO)
  • Salary Supplement
  • Potential gain share bonus
  • Endless Career Opportunities!
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