Shipping and Receiving Supervisor

East Camden, AR
Full Time
Armtec Defense Technologies
Mid Level
Shipping & Receiving Supervisor
Armtec Defense Technologies (Armtec) is an operating unit of the Transdigm Group (NYSE: TDG), an industry leader in aerospace and defense products and services. Armtec is comprised of three business units producing subcomponents for ordnance in Coachella, CA; decoy countermeasure flares in Camden AR; and radar countermeasure chaff in Lillington NC. At Armtec, we welcome skilled and enthusiastic people who share our determination and high standards to join us in our mission-critical work supporting the US and allied war-fighters who serve us all by defending democracy and protecting freedom. This position is staffed in Camden, on the Highland Industrial Park, where Armtec and several other major prime contractors produce defense energetics.
Company Profile
Company Name: Armtec Defense Technologies, a subsidiary of Transdigm Group (NYSE: TDG)

Industry: Aerospace/Defense Products & Services
Number of Employees: 250
Job Overview
Title: Shipping & Receiving Supervisor
Job Family: Materials
Reports to: Material Control Manager
Works with:  Mid-level Managers and Supervisors, vendors and suppliers.
Location: Camden, AR, USA
Type: Full Time
Job Summary
Supervises shipping, receiving and warehouse functions and coordinates activities of workers engaged in lifting, transporting, storing, and loading materials and products by use of conveyors, cranes, hoists, or industrial trucks.
Primary Responsibilities
  • Supervises shipping, receiving and warehouse functions.
  • Studies receiving or shipping notices, requests for movement of raw materials and finished products and reports of warehousing space available to develop schedule for material handling activities.
  • Confers with supervisors of other departments to coordinate flow of materials or products.
  • Maintains a well-organized, safety oriented and team oriented work area and work force.
  • Ensures state, Federal and company guidelines are met regarding transportation, storage, labeling, marking, reporting, training and handling associated with hazardous material.
  • Maintains records of Government Furnished Material.
  • Maintains records of explosive material for audit by ATF.
  • Trains material handlers on proper labeling techniques/procedures.
  • Will be required to be  49 CFR 49 certified​​​​​​​CDL Class B with HazMat endorsement is a plus.
  • Maintain Forklift certification and provide training on site to all Forklift drivers at ARO
  • Maintains certifications for transportation/shipping/receiving explosive material.
  • Interprets company policies to workers and assigns duties.
  • Establishes or adjusts work procedures to meet production schedules.
  • Recommends measures to improve shipping/receiving/storage methods, equipment performance, and quality of warehouse operations.
  • Responsible for the overall directions, coordination, and evaluation of 3 – 5 warehouse employees.
  • Performs other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Material Manager.  
  • Maintains the highest ethical standards, even when challenged from above.
  • Understands and lives by Armtec’s ethics and business conduct policies.
  • Must be well organized, detail oriented, knowledgeable of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • Must possess ability to compose letters and correspondence.
  • Familiarity with business math, internet, calculator, copier, telephone and fax machine.
  • Possesses an outstanding degree of judgment, organization, planning, initiative, flexibility and creativity. 
  • Focuses on accuracy, concentration, alertness, and is detail-oriented.
  • Must be able to perform calmly and reasonably under pressure from demand for production and other exigencies. 
  • Must be resourceful and very creative, especially since suitable equipment may not always be available.
  • Physical capabilities require lifting materials up to 50 pounds, walking up and down steps, to various programs as the situation warrants and is possible exposed to loud noises. 
Armtec Competencies
  • Must be able to demonstrate ability in the Armtec competencies for all
employees, customer focus, ethics & values, problem solving, integrity & trust, functional/technical skills, listening, action-oriented, composure and values diversity.
Education/Previous Experience Requirements
  • 2 year college degree or equivalent experience.
  • 5-7 years’ experience in similar job setting.
  • Self-motivated starter with demonstrated maturity and a good sense of responsibility and analytical skills. 
  • Good communication skills and high degree of integrity. 
  • Able to interface and work productively with sub-ordinates, peers and upper management. 
  • Ability to read and write English.

Work Hours

4/10 workweek

To Apply

Please apply on-line on the Armtec Career Website,  

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

To conform to U.S. export control regulations, applicant should be eligible for any required authorization from the U.S. Government

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