Função: Supply Chain

Tipo de Emprego: Tempo Integral

Localização: Pennsylvania - Manchester

País: USA



Operations Manager




Director Operations


East Manchester, PA

FLSA Status:




SalonCentric, the professional products distribution operation of L’Oreal USA and the premier distribution partner to the professional salon community in the U.S., seeks an Operations Manager in our East Manchester, (York) PA distribution center to have hands on involvement in all aspects of the distribution center activities. Reporting to the Director of Operations this facility is expanding and handles large warehouse volume.

SalonCentric is an equal opportunity employer and affords equal opportunity to all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws.

SUMMARY (describe in a few sentences, the overall role):

General responsibilities include management of facility operations that include safety, on time shipping of orders, accurate orders and inventory, achieve productivity and cost targets, establish high performing team and housekeeping that is tour ready condition at all times


  • Provide leadership to the warehouse team, including performance reviews, staff training & development, hiring, terminations, and counseling.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all team members abide by safety procedures and use proper protective equipment.  Provide frequent communications on safety related subjects and encourage and act on ideas that can improve safety performance.  Periodically audit employee practices and provide feedback and coaching
  • Manage the daily scheduling of warehouse personnel to ensure proper staffing in order to select and receive products at the facility in a productive and cost-efficient manner.
  • Responsible for achieving on time shipment of orders
  • Accountable for shipping accurate orders
  • Ensure the achievement of continuous improvement in productivity and labor costs by setting expectations, providing feedback, establishing improved processes and driving change.
  • Responsible for ensuring inventory accuracy
  • Ensure tour like housekeeping condition at all times
  • Recommends equipment requirements and replacements in order to upgrade and maintain warehouse productivity and efficiency.
  • Performs other duties and tasks as needed upon request.                                                                 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:  (To include relevant work experience, competencies and education requirements):

  • Bachelor’s degree with minimum 5-7 years of people and warehouse leadership experience.  Must have prior experience managing 50+ people.
  • Hands-on management experience in a fast paced, high volume distribution environment.
  • Strong computer, analytical, and communication skills.
  • Must be flexible, organized, detail oriented, and a change agent with the ability to multi-task.
  • Knowledge of SAP a plus.
  • Valid state driver’s license, with good driving record within the previous 5 years
  • Broad knowledge of OSHA and safety regulations, inventory control principles, and understanding of warehouse operations required.
  • Must be able to wear protective eyewear, footwear, hand protection (gloves) and safety vests
  • Must maintain current certification in DOT Transportation and RCRA Hazardous Materials courses.

At SalonCentric, we continue to focus on our people in order for them to perform at their best. That is why we offer a competitive compensation program; great benefits; and a fun, high energy, entrepreneurial environment.

Visit us at to learn more about our growing company.

1. Carry out work in a manner so as not to create a health and safety hazard to yourself or others.
2. Assist in the reduction and controlling of accident and illness producing conditions.
3. Report any incidents, near misses, injuries, or illnesses.
4. Use the correct tools and equipment for the job. Keep tools in good condition.
5. Use the required safety equipment and protective clothing.
6. Report defects in workplace equipment.
7. Develop a personal concern for health and safety -- for yourself and for others, particularly new hires.
8. Read, understand, and comply with workplace health and safety policy, safe work practices and procedures.
9. Co-operate with health and safety committee members and representatives.