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Warehouse Managers oversee the efficient receipt, storage, and dispatch of a wide range of goods including food, clothing, healthcare products, manufacturing parts and household items.
The Warehouse Operations Manager achieves warehouse operational objectives by contributing warehouse operations information and recommendations to strategic plans and reviews. They also prepare and complete action plans, implement production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards, resolving problems, complete audits, and identify trends.

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The Shipping and Receiving Manager coordinates the receiving, shipping, and material handling responsibilities in the warehouse by designing and developing product movement and storage systems, improving operations and supporting the front line staff. This individual is also responsible for managing numerous shifts and developing a team of supervisors.
Inventory Managers plan, organize, direct, manage, and evaluate departments responsible for inventory and implement the inventory management policies of an organization.
The Logistic Manager supervises the request, purchase, and receipt of incoming goods and materials, tracks and stocks those goods and materials for use. They also supervise the shipment of outgoing materials, parts or products to enable the plant to operate efficiently and cost-effectively while supporting the policies, goals and objectives of the company.
The Forklift Operator is responsible for operating a forklift machine to move, locate, relocate, stack, and count merchandise. The Forklift Operator is also accountable for the safe and efficient operation of the machine.
Shipping and Receiving personnel verifies and keeps records on incoming and outgoing shipments and prepares items for shipment. They also compare identifying information by counting, weighing, or measuring items of incoming and outgoing shipments to verify information against bills of lading, invoices, orders, or other records. They determine method of shipment, utilizing knowledge of shipping procedures, routes, and rates.
A Logistic Clerk tracks shipments and communicates with clients about the order’s progress. They coordinate shipping with customs agents for clearance on overseas deliveries. Clerks also deal with quotes from prospective shippers and handle claims with insurance companies if any shipment problems happen to occur.
Pick/Pack employees commonly work in a warehouse or distribution center. A Picker and Packer performs several common duties that generally center around pulling inventory for orders and preparing shipments.
Order Pullers pull and prepare product for shipment, ensuring that the exact number and type of product is loaded and shipped. They may also perform picking duties in an efficient manner that meets customer service standards.
A Material Handler identifies, transports, packs, removes, and disposes of materials.  They must follow safety procedures and regulations, including wearing special protective gear and disposing of materials as regulated by law. A Material Handler can physically move materials and/or use heavy equipment to move materials.
The Inventory Control Specialist maintains records of all inventory, produces inventory reports for the manager, ensures that sales records and actual inventory match up, and keeps all stock organized and replenished as necessary.
A Warehouse Clerk is responsible for assisting in a variety of warehouse duties, including shipping and receiving, unloading and loading trucks, fulfilling orders, and keeping warehouse stocked with essential equipment.
A Loader/Unloader moves freight, stock, or other materials to and from storage or production areas, loading docks, delivery vehicles, or containers, by using manual labor or using trucks, tractors, or other equipment.