Site Supervisor

Glen Allen, VA

GENETWORx Laboratory was formed in 2013, with the central focus of positively impacting the lives of people. Now, GENETWORx is dedicating our focus to fighting back against COVID-19. GENETWORx provides governments, employers, healthcare professionals, long term care facilities, universities and others with 99% accurate COVID-19 diagnostic and anti-body tests and sequential testing software in order to re-open America and ensure safe, confident workforces, campuses, communities and more.

Given demand for the GENETWORx COVID-19 tests, you have the unique opportunity to join a growing team providing the gold standard in testing and customer service. We are dedicated to delivering high quality care and are invested in hiring experienced, dedicated professionals who will grow alongside GENETWORx.

GENETWORx is CAP accredited and CLIA-certified laboratory, and is owned by Recovery Centers of America. Achieving the CAP accreditation combined with the CLIA certification demonstrates GENETWORx’s unwavering commitment to patient care. GENETWORx is working within the emergency use authorization guidelines from the United States Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") to specifically conduct COVID-19 testing.

Site Supervisor: The Site Supervisor will be responsible for supervising and executing the preventative maintenance, repairs, and installation of building utilities, equipment, HVAC, control systems, etc.. This individual directs the day to day activities of the maintenance team, training, security, pest control, and associated contractors. The Site Supervisor is also responsible for the recording of inventory in and out of the site.

Specific Responsibilities:

Develop, implement, analyze, and report operational performance metrics and KPI's.
Maintain records of inventories and location for production control and cost accounting.
Complete operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employees effectively with appropriate follow up.
Will assist in establishing/maintaining calibration and preventative programs for the facility; this includes generating operational protocol(s) and preventative maintenance SOPs/records for various utility systems and equipment (manufacturing/lab)
Maintain compliance with the organization’s safety guidelines, report discrepancies and recommend corrective action.
Accurately maintain/complete all equipment logbooks and maintenance records within a software maintenance management program.
Achieve internal and external goals by coordinating activities with the appropriate departments.
Promote staff development through performance appraisals and succession planning in coordination with Human Resources.
Implement continuous improvement processes.
Safeguard logistics operations and contents by establishing and monitoring security procedures and protocols.
Manage logistics and materials costs, drive cost-productivity savings.
Comply with federal, state, and local laboratory, warehousing, material handling, and shipping requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising senior leaders on needed actions.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree required.
7+ years experience in logistics and inventory management in a laboratory or pharmaceutical setting.
3+ years of leadership experience as either shift or direct supervisor.
Knowledge of developing and implementing SOPs.
Automation and controls operation, repairs and maintenance is preferred.
Must have proficient knowledge of controls and automation operations.
Must have extensive experience with inventory control and reporting.
Proficient in MS Office and inventory management software.

Employment: Full-time
Compensation: 95k+, depending on experience

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