Georgia Transmission Corporation
  • Forsyth, GA, USA
  • Full Time

***This position is located in Forsyth, GA***

Provides leadership, direction and staff assignments to support daily activities and ensures these activities are completed safely. Manages all warehouse activities including receiving, inspecting, storing, staging, and shipping. Accountable for the control and accurate reporting of inventory, ensures the accurate and timely input of records to GTC's procurement system, works with GTC procurement staff to resolve material and investment recovery inquiries and problems. Develops and adheres to yearly budget requirements. Leads staff compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, industry standards, corporate policies, guidelines and procedures, including but not limited to, RUS, OSHA, NERC, and FERC.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Four-year degree preferred.

Experience: Ten years in utility-related warehousing operations, project management, and/or construction experience, preferably with substation and transmission line materials; five+ years supervisory experience.

Equivalent Experience: Associates degree with at least twelve to fourteen years in warehousing operations, preferably in utility-related materials.

Licenses, Certifications and/or Registrations: Fork Lift certification; Driver's Licenses

Specialized Skills (e.g., typing, computers, software, tools and equipment uses, etc.): Must have excellent leadership, interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills. Ability to multi-task, and enforce warehouse operating procedures and inventory controls. Ability to manage others and make sound independent decisions; Requires very good computer software skills and ability to learn new systems (Lawson).

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