Western Canada Parts Distribution Centre Full-Time Team Member
Richmond, BCJob Summary:
Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) is the exclusive Canadian distributor of Toyota and Lexus vehicles. Toyota Canada's head office is in Toronto, with regional offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and Halifax. Toyota parts and accessories are distributed through TCI's Parts Distribution Centres in Toronto and Vancouver. TCI supports over 280 Toyota and Lexus dealers in Canada with services that include training, sales, marketing, environmental and customer satisfaction initiatives.
What Sets Us Apart
A focus on People, Passion for Toyota, Innovation and Make Things Better has made us an award-winning company, recognized worldwide for our technological leadership and superior standards of quality, community involvement and environmental responsibility.
Toyota currently has an exciting opportunity for an automotive enthusiast to support our Vancouver Parts Distribution Centre. This role is a full time permanent role and will reside in our Richmond Plant reporting to one of our Operations Leaders. This role is a vital contributor of frontline quality service to TCI dealers & customers through a safety, quality, and efficient minded focus while receiving and shipping parts in TCIs Parts Distribution Centre (PDC)What to be excited about in this role:
Report unsafe conditions or perceived risks
Maintain clean and tidy work areas
Checks incoming shipments for part quality and discrepancies during receipt and binning
Report damaged and incomplete stock and any other stock where the packaging is not in a saleable condition
Locates new stock and relocates current stock to effectively utilize the available cube space based on volume, type and movement of stock
Report instances of mixed or misplaced stock and take corrective action.
Pick, pack, label and process outgoing shipments in accordance with procedures and instructions
Operate material handling equipment as and when required
Assist in physical inventory cycle counting
Assist in maintaining accurate and current computer records by ensuring that all input is processed on a timely basis within established and required standards
Tracks and reports daily time spent in work activities accurately
Attend all required training
Initiates and implements appropriate 'kaizen' (continuous improvement) efforts which results in work efficiencies relating to cost reduction or avoidance, improved time and process efficiencies
Locks in and measures incremental success through the creation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) which build quality into the process (JKK)
Standardizes and shares successes across the team or organization through 'Yokoten' (shares best practices) and continues to improve through further kaizen
Other duties as requested or requiredWhat we need from you:
High School Diploma is required along with some post-secondary education in a related discipline.
College or University Degree is preferred
Two years related work experience is an asset
High degree of personal initiative and ability to work with limited supervision
Knowledge of Toyota parts numbering system is an asset
Ability to operate Material Handling Equipment is an asset
Ability to work various shifts
9:30AM - 6:00PM
Digital literacy MS Office Suite, SAP etc.
Proven ability to initiate & improve work processes to increase efficiencies
What we'll bring
A work environment built on teamwork and respect
Competitive salary including bonus
Health and dental benefits effective immediately
Company pension plan with matched contribution
Associate Vehicle discount program
Great company culture Respect for People and Continuous Improvement is at our coreWhat You Should Know:
Toyota Canada Inc. is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of visible minority groups and women. Were also committed to providing accommodations [for people with disabilities]. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Login & Apply