Burlington DC Cycle Count Forklift Lead SI in Burlington, New Jersey
LOCATION 250 Daniels Way Burlington NJ US 08016
If you want an exciting job with one of the largest off-price retailers in the nation, join the Burlington Stores, Inc. as a Forklift Driver in our Distribution Center! Do you have experience as a forklift operator working in a warehouse environment? Are you looking for a hands-on role in a fast-paced environment where safety and efficiency are top priorities? Do you have great organizational skills and work well as part of a team? If so, this may be the right opportunity for you!
The DC Inventory Cycle Count Forklift Lead will be responsible for coordinating activities of team members in conjunction with and in absence of supervisor. Ensure team members are working safely and accurately while following guidelines and standard operating procedures. The Lead will be responsible for training new team members in job duties to standards. The Lead will also be required to perform same duties as the DC Inventory Cycle Count Forklift Operator including being certified in powered lift equipment utilized in the DC and responsible for the safe and expedient operation of the equipment to move, locate, relocate, stock, and count merchandise while maintaining a high level of inventory accuracy and integrity within the facility.The DC Cycle Count Forklift Lead will be required to comply with the policies and procedures as defined in the SOP (Standard Operating Procedure). This position will support the Corporate Finance, Buying and Allocations departments in addition to DC Operations in Multiple DC facilities with over 100,000 reserve locations and 600 plus Burlington Coat Factory stores nationwide.The Cycle Count Forklift Lead will work with the DC Inventory Cycle Count Supervisor and Inventory Control Manager to ensure the DC is counted and help address all potential location discrepancies and research is completed in a timely manner.
Coordinate, direct and train DC Cycle Count Forklift Operators in day to day responsibilities and in the absence of the Cycle Count Supervisor.
Provide support with resolution of cycle count issues and reporting of cycle count results to Cycle Count supervisor and Inventory Control Manager to ensure they are handled timely and properly.
Support and process inventory adjustments, as directed by Cycle Count Supervisor and Inventory Control Management, related to EIS errors, Push to Store shipments, etc.
Support shrinkage control by assisting with shrink research, troubleshooting, LPN / Pallet ID research and reviewing areas in the facility for opportunity and identifying misplaced product, unknown product, excessive accumulation and backlog of processing.
Maintain various reports (i.e. Modify Case, Create Case, etc) and ensure all trackers, logs, and report files are kept accurate and up to date.
Identify, research, resolve, reconcile and report inventory discrepancies, potential theft, non-conforming product (damage, missing label, etc), receiving discrepancies, both physically and systemically, in a timely manner.
Coordinate and perform SKU integrity checks as directed by the supervisor and/or manager related to research requests from Finance, Buyers, Allocators, POC, IT and other members of Supply Chain
Communicate to management any needed corrective action regarding inventory adjustments.
Ability to drive Stand Up High Reach, Stand Up Medium Reach, Man Up Order Picker (operator is lifted up to 35’ in the air in an order picking basket where they must manually reach into a pallet rack location to obtain / count merchandise), Sit Down Clamp Truck, Standup Rider Double Pallet Jack and Motorized Hand Pallet Jack.
Utilize both a tablet based computer interface and RF Hand Scanner based technology to interact directly with Warehouse Management System, receive and execute direction from the system.
Perform inventory management functions necessary to ensure the accuracy of inventory in the building including: locate and move merchandise, log inventory issues in the warehouse management system, generate and perform cycle counts, verify the correct merchandise and locations through use of barcode scanning technology and check digits.
Scan pallets and cartons using RF (Radio Frequency) technology both at floor level and 35’ in the air in the Man Up Order Picker.
Responsible for completing cycle counts in a distribution center environment in compliance with SOX (Sarbanes – Oxley) controls and procedures.
Opens cartons and bundles as needed to count items and/or weigh materials.
Ensure safe operation of material handling equipment while maintaininga safe, clean working environment by performing housekeeping duties as required
Perform daily safety and maintenance checks.
Maintain integrity of products through proper handling.
Adhere to all company policies and safety procedures and guidelines.
May be required to assist DC Operations in the following areas based on volume and peak season requirements
Provide informal training.
Receiving/Put Away - unload inbound shipments safely from inside of an over-the-road trailer or ocean container and move product to storage locations utilizing the most efficient equipment type. This includes a wide variety of products and recyclable materials. All movements must be done to prevent damage to the merchandise.
Efficiently stock and store the merchandise in the appropriate areas as directed either by the supervisor of the area or the warehouse management system.
Order Picking – pull and prepare product for shipping, ensuring that the exact number and type of product is loaded and shipped. Perform picking duties in an efficient manner.
Loading – efficiently move product from staging and or storage areas and place on trailers for outbound transportation. This includes a wide variety of product and recyclables materials.
All movements must be done in such a way as to prevent damage to the product.
Other duties as required or assigned.
Strong understanding of inventory control and cycle counting procedures required
Ability to direct employees
Strong math and problem solving skills.
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Computer proficiency withexperience in Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel
Ability to work as part of a high performance team.
Ability to follow instructions and work independently.
Excellent attention to detail.
Excellent organizational skills
Strong work ethic and reliable transportation required.
Strong time management skills
Ability to respond to time-critical issues and work overtime as needed.
Ability to multi task and prioritize in a fast paced and changing environment
Proven track record in safe and efficient forklift operation
Ability to achieve certification in each of the equipment types and renew this certification annually
- High School Diploma or GED equivalency.
- Certified, or ability to be certified, to operate cherry picker, high lift, pallet jack and other warehouse equipment
2-3 years Cycle Counter, Inventory Control or related warehouse experience
Experience and certification operating a cherry picker / high lift preferred
2-3 years experience with WMS (Warehouse Management System) and sortation system (Dematic) preferred
Experience in a high volume Distribution environment.
Ability to stand and walk for long periods of time.
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
Standing / bending / lifting throughout the work day.
Frequent exposure to dust, high levels of noise and moving machinery.
…are excited to deliver great values to customers every day;
…take a sense of pride and ownership in helping drive positive results for a team;
…are committed to treating colleagues and customers with respect;
…believe in the power of diversity and inclusion;
…want to participate in initiatives that positively impact the world around you;
Come join our team. You’re going to like it here!
Posting Number 2018-87594
Address 250 Daniels Way
Zip Code 08016
Position Type Regular Full-Time
Career Site Category Distribution Center
Position Category Distribution Center Associate