Since 1997, our King William factory has been a major producer of the nation’s cat litter supply. Located on Tidy Cat Road just 25 miles northeast of Richmond, our 40-acre plant site is built adjacent to a 486-acre clay mine, so we’re able to efficiently and effectively mine, process, package, and ship raw material and finished product from the same facility. We are a Continuous Operation, with alternative shift options to mass produce both our conventional and clumping cat litter that supplies the mid-Atlantic region with nearly a third of a million tons annually—and over half a million tons by 2016. For 50 years, brands like Tidy Cats® have combined the highest quality ingredients and science to even the most disposable products. The 70’s advanced into microencapsulated deodorant, by the 90’s we were clumping and scooping, and in 2000 we introduced Crystals® made from silica gel, and designed to last 30 days between changes. Innovation continues today. In 2013, Purina revolutionized the cat litter category, producing LightWeight® litter, which has all the strength, but only half the weight of conventional litter. These and future innovations have created demand that our King William, VA plant is proud to meet.
PURINA has revolutionized the cat litter industry by combining high quality ingredients and science for quality disposable products and now the introduction of lightweight litter. This is an excellent opportunity to join an industry leader with lots of upward mobility. We will rely on your dependability and good attitude to maximize our production and customer experience. If your full potential could be unleashed, what could you add to the mix?
The Warehouse Manager is responsible for the direct management and handling of all warehousing and distribution functions at the organizations warehouse facilities. They are accountable for costs, performance, and quality of outbound freight, as well as adherence to safety and organizational policies and procedures.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES :
Establish department goals and objectives to ensure plant and divisional objectives are met
Provide guidance and direction by setting performance standards and monitoring performance
Confer with department heads to coordinate warehouse activities, such as production, purchasing, transportation.
Promote safe work activities by conducting safety audits, attending company safety meetings, and meeting with individual staff members.
Negotiate and authorize contracts with equipment suppliers and monitor contract fulfillment.
All other duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Experience: 2+ years’ of experience in a leadership role in a warehouse, manufacturing, military or related environment
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