Stores and Receiving Supervisor Salary in San Leandro, California

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Average Salary for Stores and Receiving Supervisor in San Leandro, California

The average salary of a(n) Stores and Receiving Supervisor in San Leandro, California is $97,974.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Stores and Receiving Supervisor in San Leandro, California is $47.10.

The average bonus of a(n) Stores and Receiving Supervisor in San Leandro, California is $6,417.00.

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Plans, organizes, and coordinates the receipt, processing, storage, and distribution of supplies, material, and equipment for the hospital and satellite units. Monitors departmental activities to ensure effective ordering, receipt, and handling of supplies and equipment. Supervises and oversees receiving, storage, and distribution activities, including all inspections and processing of merchandise. Investigates discrepancies in shipments received and purchase orders by interfacing between departments and outside vendors. Typically requires at least three years of experience in stores and receiving. Ensures all department personnel are trained in receiving, processing, and delivering incoming shipments to ensure prompt and accurate distribution of merchandise. Processes urgent orders to ensure expeditious delivery of ordered items. Checks bills of lading for corrections and checks merchandise for damage to resolve problems and to avoid liability for damaged merchandise. Ensures that all property is safely and securely stored. Ensures that safety rules and procedures are adhered to on the premises. Provides work direction and guidance to personnel within the department and leads projects and activities, as appropriate. Supervises the ordering, storage, and issuance of supplies and equipment to maintain sufficient supply levels and equipment requirements. Monitors, develops, and implements procedures to ensure that supply and equipment inventories are maintained at sufficient levels. Monitors delivery and issuance of supplies and equipment, ensuring proper distribution of merchandise. Less

Plans, organizes, and coordinates the receipt, processing, storage, and distribution of supplies, material, and equipment for the hospital and satellite units. Monitors departmental activities to ensure effective ordering, receipt, and handling of supplies and equipment. Supervises and oversees receiving, storage,... More

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