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Warehouse Supervisor - Weekend Shift

We need weekend shift coverage supervising the warehouse operations.  Work Schedule: Fri-Mon, 6:00am-4:30pm (4 10-hour shifts), occasionally during the week. Salaried (FLSA exempt status)

Would that fit well into your life schedule?

If so, please read the description and requirements below, and if qualified/interested, apply!

Join us at Morris-Jenkins, voted #1 Top Workplace in the mid-size category by Charlotte Observer in 2016! Our company culture is unmatched (we know how to have fun!). See for yourself by viewing the Morris-Jenkins YouTube Channel. Help us help our customers feel comfortable in their own homes!

Morris-Jenkins is the market leader for residential HVAC service in Charlotte, NC, and already in Plumbing service too after just a launching a few weeks ago. We are proud of our past and even more excited about our future.


Primarily responsible for the coordination of all warehouse functions during the weekend shift; including, but not limited to warehouse condition, dispatching parts runners, processing inventory sheets, ordering equipment, supervising warehouse team members, as well as coordinating with install teams to pull product for timely dispatch. General Purpose: Responsible for managing, coordinating and ensuring all weekend warehouse functions are completed in a timely manner. Coordinate with all departments to ensure timely delivery of products to field personnel.


  • Oversee weekend warehouse and logistics operations, ensuring timely and accurate delivery of product to field personnel
  • Partner with managers and peers to provide “World Class” customer service
  • Evaluate weekend process to ensure maximum performance and use tools available to achieve peak productivity and safety
  • Partner with field management team to ensure all jobs are pulled properly to maximize efficiencies to ensure the timely dispatch of field personnel
  • Order equipment for field personnel to ensure the timely completion of installs and service work
  • Process inventory sheets for install jobs
  • Dispatch parts runners
  • Ensure warehouse upkeep of cleanliness, organization, and safety
  • Partner with warehouse members and identifies processes to maximize efficiency, maintain organization, and conduct proper inventory transactions
  • Ensure the accuracy of the inventory and assist in conducting physical inventory audits
  • Train/coach/mentor warehouse personnel, as needed
  • Ensure quality and safety objectives are met
  • Provide information and assistance to management in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of existing operations, systems, and procedures
  • Partner with all departments to meet and exceed customers’ service expectations
  • Attend supervisor and department meetings, as required
  • All other duties, as assigned by Manager


  • 2+ years of leadership and supervisory experience in Warehouse/Inventory Control
  • Valid Driver’s license and acceptable DMV record
  • Must be able to work on multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast paced stressful environment
  • Must have experience in computer data entry within databases, spreadsheets, and have the ability to enter data in “real time” quickly and accurately
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to tactfully and diplomatically diffuse contentious situations
  • Ability to recognize and establish priorities
  • Ability to perform coaching and leadership skills
  • Strong customer orientation and communication skills
  • Ability to quickly analyze a situation and provide an effective solution
  • High performance team player with a commitment to company values
  • Ability to maintain safe work practices and adhere to company safety standards
  • Ability to become forklift certified
  • Ability to fluently speak, write, and read English language
  • High school diploma or GED

Morris-Jenkins is proud to offer:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Year Round Stability
  • Generous PTO (paid time off) Awarded
  • 7 Paid Holidays
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Long & Short Term Disability Insurance, and Flexible Spending Account
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Growth Opportunities & Ongoing Training/Development
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