Kitter

Blue Apron    Richmond, CA
Job Description

About Blue Apron

Headquartered in NYC with fulfillment centers in New Jersey, California and Texas, Blue Apron's mission is to make incredible home cooking accessible to everyone—from the novice cook just getting started to the experienced chef. We send millions of meals to customers with all the pre-measured and perfectly proportioned ingredients they need to prepare delicious and healthy meals at home. We introduce our members to new ingredients, flavors, and cooking techniques with seasonally-inspired recipes that are always delicious, fun and easy to prepare. We make fresher, healthier food available at better prices by rethinking the grocery supply chain from the table all the way back to the farm.

Description

Kitters are responsible for driving production. Use strategic thinking and problem solving skills to create an atmosphere of optimal productivity.

Responsibilities

  • Strategically manage Kitchen Tables/Automation Lines in compliance with company’s policies and vision.
  • Setup layout and ensure efficient space utilization.
  • Initiate, coordinate, and enforce optimal operational policies and procedures.
  • Adhere to all warehousing, handling, and shipping requirements.
  • Maintain standards of health, safety, hygiene and security.
  • Manage stock control and reconcile with warehouse management system.
  • Plan work rotations, assign tasks appropriately and appraise results.
  • Receive feedback with a genuine interest in mastering the Kitter position
  • Requirements

  • Proven (kitchen) pack management aptitude
  • Ability to implement process initiatives
  • Strong knowledge of warehousing Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  • Hands on experience with warehouse management software systems
  • Leadership skills and ability to motivate staff
  • Strong decision making and problem solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to lift up to 49 lbs. with or without reasonable accommodation
  • Sustain productivity in a refrigerated environment(32º-38ºF)
  • Stand or walk for 10 - 12 hours without accommodation
  • Required to push, pull, bend, squat, reach and lift in continuous cycles for 10 - 12 hours
  • Expectations

  • Arrive on time for their shift and stays until the tables/lines are set/completed for the shift
  • Understand the importance of depleting USE FIRST racks before pulling from Inventory
  • Understand and maintain GMP cleanliness standards
  • Understand and acknowledge the attendance and clock-in/out expectation
  • Maintain a clean and organized area of responsibility
  • Read, understand, acknowledge, and utilize all instructional material provided (manual, hand-outs, pamphlets, quick reference items, etc.)
  • Blue Apron is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Sat, 05 Jan 2019 07:41:45 GMT

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