Office Administration Manager - Atlanta (Grade 24)

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Date: Apr 12, 2024

Location: Morrow, GA, US, 30260

Company: PACCAR

Requisition Summary
Under the direction of the Distribution Center (PDC) Manager, The Office Administration Manager is responsible for all office activities including MRO purchasing, facilities maintenance, RF equipment, capital fixed assets and supervising the administrative team.  This role serves in the important role of on-site HR representative with oversight and guidance from the PDC HR Manager.


Job Responsibilities
Operations Management:
•    Plan and coordinate multiple facility tours/events for employees, suppliers, dealers, and customers on a weekly basis.
•    Coordinates work with numerous contractors and vendors to ensure building and surrounding property are always maintained.
•    Prepares all necessary reports for Parts Division and Corporate. Maintains fixed asset listings and supports preparation of operating and capital budgets. Maintenance/Repair/Operations (MRO) Purchasing and reconciliation including incorporating bid requests for competitive quotes.
•    Liaison between I.T. & facility coordinating system changes, server room updates and training.  Maintain tracking for all RF equipment inventory and service support.
•    Oversight of the ISO 9001, ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 systems in the PDC.  Ensure teams are in place to actively promote continuous improvement of Quality, Healthy & Safety and Environmental processes in the PDC.
•    Activities in operations control such as logistic vendor scheduling, live load control and activities related to enhance load balancing.
•    Schedules trailer inbounding with material logistics group.
•    Delegates any administrative support tasks from PDC Manager, Assistant PDC Manager and Supervisory staff.  Develop and maintain working knowledge with production processes and serve as primary backup for Assistant Managers as needed.
•    Supervises and develops all office associates and administrative staff. Provides guidance, coaching, and supervision to administrative team. Conducts annual performance reviews and regular performance evaluations.  Develop cross-functional team to ensure proper backup to support workload variability.
•    Complete at least two process improvement projects per year utilizing Six Sigma methodology & tools.
•    Other responsibilities as assigned.

Payroll Responsibilities: 
•    Kronos updates – current and new employees
•    Oversight of day-to-day Payroll responsibilities; coordinating with division and corporate to complete semi-weekly pay cycles.
•    Responsible for compliance for SOX audits.

Human Resources Management:
•    Maintains PDC compliance with all local, state, and federal HR laws by coordinating with Human Resources.
•    Administers all recruiting including scheduling sourcing and screening applicants, scheduling interviews, organizes pre-employment screening assessments, completes reference checks.
•    Maintains a proactive recruiting network to reduce time-to-hire, including relationships with local universities, technical colleges, and military sites for recruiting fairs.
•    Conducts new employee orientation, prepares, and ensures new employee paperwork is complete. Ensures maintenance of employee personnel electronic and hard copy files including compliance paperwork. Conducts annual file audit to ensure compliance.
•    Administers training programs and tracks employee participation. Records mandatory training in the employee database of record (SAP).
•    Administers payroll / Kronos reporting, headcount, and confidential data.
•    Supports Human Resources with coordinated efforts of Workers' Compensation claims and leave of absence (STD, LTD, FMLA) processing.


•    Bachelor's degree required. Focus on business, logistics, human resources, or related area preferred. Master's degree is a plus.
•    Minimum 2 years of leadership experience required. 
•    Ability to influence others through clear communication of expectations. Ability to present and communicate to all levels of management.
•    Intermediate PC skills required: MS Office Suite (including: Access, Word, Excel and PowerPoint), AutoCAD

•    Demonstrated abilities in project management.  MRO and procurement experience preferred
•    Experience in manufacturing, logistics, human resources, and customer service experience preferred. Mechanical aptitude is a plus.
•    Experience with ISO systems highly desirable.
•    Multi-lingual skills highly desirable.
•    HRCI (PHR / SPHR), SHRM (CP / SCP) certification is a plus.
•    Six Sigma Trained: Lean or Green Belt preferred.
•    Willing to relocate in near future required (continental U.S.) preferred.


Compensation Information
As a U.S. PACCAR employee, you have a full range of benefit options including:
•    401k with up to a 5% company match
•    Fully funded pension plan that provides monthly benefits after retirement
•    Comprehensive paid time off – minimum of 10 paid vacation days (additional days are provided with additional seniority/years of service), 12 paid holidays, and sick time 
•    Tuition reimbursement for continued education 
•    Medical, dental, and vision plans for you and your family
•    Flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health savings account (HSA)
•    Paid short-and long-term disability programs
•    Life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
•    EAP services including wellness plans, estate planning, financial counseling and more
•    This position may also be eligible for a holiday gift.


At PACCAR Parts, we value talent and promote growth and development. We carefully consider numerous compensation factors, including your education, training, and experience. The salary range for this is $75,100 - $112,300 annually. Additionally, this role is eligible for a full range of benefit options listed above. 


Additional Job Board Information:
•    Relocation assistance may be available for this position. 
•    PACCAR Parts is an eVerify Employer.
•    PACCAR is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veteran/Disability.
•    PACCAR has success with diverse teams of employees working together to achieve excellent results. Having a diverse and inclusive work environment ensures PACCAR has the talent needed to conduct business today and in the future by leveraging different backgrounds, skills, and viewpoints. We believe diversity in the workplace increases innovation, results in better decisions, and increases employee engagement.
•    This is a safety-sensitive position and pre-employment drug testing includes cannabis testing. 


Division Information
PACCAR Parts operates a network of parts distribution centers offering aftermarket support to Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF dealers and customers around the world. Aftermarket support includes customer call centers operating 24 hours a day throughout the year and technologically advanced systems to enhance inventory control and expedite order processing.


Company Information
PACCAR is a Fortune 500 company established in 1905. PACCAR Inc is recognized as a global leader in the commercial vehicle, financial, and customer service fields with internationally recognized brands such as Kenworth, Peterbilt, and DAF trucks. PACCAR is a global technology leader in the design, manufacture, and customer support of premium light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks under the Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF nameplates and also provides customized financial services, information technology and truck parts related to its principal business.

Whether you want to design the transportation technology of tomorrow, support the staff functions of a dynamic, international leader, or build our excellent products and services — you can develop the career you desire with PACCAR. Get started!

Nearest Major Market: Atlanta

Job Segment: Workers Compensation, Payroll, Facilities, Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma, Human Resources, Finance, Operations, Management

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