Shipping Supervisor - Construction Aggregates
- Chicago, IL
The Shipping Supervisor assists the Plant Manager in the management of outgoing aggregate shipping and inbound clean construction demolition debris, concrete rubble, and reclaimed asphalt. The individual will be responsible for daily management of the aggregate shipping with truck volumes of as much as 2,000 trucks per day.
- Shipping Logistics: Maintain the efficient and safe flow of trucks throughout the facility ensuring customer wait times do not exceed facility targets. Ensure accurate loading of trucks to ensure customers receive the correct material within the established specifications.
- Ensure that Clean construction or demolition debris (CCDD) cells are being filled in accordance with engineering design and fill plan.
- Safety, Health, and Environment: Be proactive in the safety of all personnel and activities in the aggregate shipping and CCDD yards. Inspect and maintain dust control systems and truck track-out controls to ensure a healthy and environmentally compliant work environment. This includes oversight of the facility water truck and street sweeper.
- Supervision: Provide an example of good leadership, keep open, effective lines of communication with division staff and plant-level personnel.
- Inventory Control: Maintain proper levels of inventories to support local sales activities and long-range market demands.
- Quality Control: Work closely with the QC Technician onsite to ensure we maintain consistency in the quality of our products and services to the customer.
- Government Relations: Interact with government representatives from MSHA, ATF, IDNR, local municipalities, etc.
- High School Diploma or its equivalent is required; courses in Business Administration and Industrial Engineering are desirable.
- Minimum 3 years experience in aggregate or similar heavy industry.
- Mining experience and supervisory experience desired.
- Experience in the management of union employees desired.
- Experience in the management of Safety, Health, and Environment.
- Basic computer skills.
- Knowledge of safety and environmental regulations (MSHA and OSHA), equipment application and operation, and material specifications desired.
- Strong communication skills and interpersonal skills including conflict resolution.
- Ability to plan and manage effectively.
Wednesday, August 22, 2018