Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Rural Hall

Description

This role is a liaison that coordinates, standardizes, integrates and aligns these engineering based systems with interconnected support functions such as IT including vendors and typical stakeholders and users such as Industrial Engineering (IE), Warehouse/Distribution Centers Operations (DC), HR (DC), Supply Chain/Logistics Operations (SC) and Planning teams.
Responsible for ensuring that business requirements are met for the Engineering based productivity systems such as WMS, LMS, Incentive Pay and related systems and subsystems (eg Kronos) through proper functional, standardized and waste-loss free utilization, training, deploying, connectivity, testing, modeling, performance tracking/reporting, updating/enhancing across the Warehouse/Distribution Center network and related stakeholders.

Provide support to the IE team in the linkages between Engineering based systems and engineering productivity A3's projects under development/implementation across the HBi distribution network.


Provide critical industrial engineering support for distribution improvement A3 projects assigned by Distribution IE Manager/Director throughout the network.
Projects will primarily be of a continuous improvement nature.


Responsible to ensure that critical Engineering based productivity systems such as Warehouse Management System (WMS), Labor Management System (LMS),
Incentive Pay System and related systems and subsystems (eg Kronos)

are being properly operated in their full capabilities/capacities.
These systems must deliver accurate and timely information to support daily operational labor productivity/efficiency performance tracking/reporting, daily efficiency improvement actions, work standards training plans for associates, trainers, supervisors, engineers, ops leaders industrial engineering standards deployment and Industrial Engineering A3's projects to improve performance efficiency in picking, stocking, slotting/sizing, warehousing and packaging/value added process/services and value stream optimization (customer service) incentive pay calculations across the HBi Warehouse/Distribution Center operations network in the US.


The Sr Systems Engineer is the key liaison between Engineering based productivity systems such as Warehouse Management System (WMS), Labor Management System (LMS), Incentive Pay Systems, and related systems and subsystems (eg Kronos), typical stakeholders and users such as Industrial Engineering (IE), Warehouse/Distribution Centers Operations & HR (DC), Supply Chain/Logistics Operations (SC) and Information Technology technical Warehouse/DC Systems team (IT) and required IT vendors

Responsible for ensuring that requirements from Business leadership, Distribution Engineering Manager/Director, Warehouse/distribution leadership/operations, HR, Supply Chain, Planning and IE teams are met through proper functional, standardized and waste-loss free utilization, training, deploying, connectivity, testing, operation, performance modeling, tracking, reporting, updating/enhancing and improvement of WMS, LMS, Incentive Pay Systems and related systems and subsystems across network.


Provide critical industrial engineering support for distribution improvement projects assigned by Distribution IE Manager/Director throughout the network.
Projects will primarily be of a continuous improvement nature.

This role will work with a broad group that ranges from: IT, DC, Planning, SC, associates, industrial engineers, supervisors, maintenance, HR, trainers, operations and DC facility managers/leadership, vendors, and other professional groups within/outside HBI.


Education & Experience


- BS or equivalent in Industrial Engineering
- 2
- 4 Years' experience in using Warehouse Management Systems (WMS), Labor Management Systems (LMS, Manhattan Associates)
- 2
- 4 Years' experience in Warehouse/Distribution Operations and Industrial Engineering practices particularly developing and implementing labor standards/rates by using traditional IE time and motion studies
- 2
- 4 Years' experience in leading projects in Warehouses/DC particularly improvements in product/labor flows (eg receiving, slotting/sizing, warehousing, packaging/value added process/services, stocking, picking, shipping), space utilization, labor productivity/efficiency, cost and delivery to mention some
- 2
- 4 Years' experience or familiar in using Kronos systems
- Experience in implementing Labor Incentive Pay Systems
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Database, Access, Project) and AutoCAD
- Knowledgeable in Citrix, desirable
- Lean (VSM), Six Sigma experience, highly desirable
- English-Spanish bilingual, desirable
- Ability to manage, drive and accept accountability for project progress and quality, and achieve stated goals
- Detail oriented, excellent analytical skills, and demonstrated ability to perform analyses and identify solutions to resolve specific distribution and logistics needs.

- Excellent verbal and written skills to communicate with associates at all levels of the organization
- Strong project management and particularly teamwork skills
- Highly motivated to achieve results and challenge the status quo

To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States and should not require now, or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status

EOE/AA: Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled

Only applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact us directly:

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  • access
  • autocad
  • excel
  • spanish
  • word