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Warehouse Lead, Second Shift

Dallas, Texas (On-Site)

Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company is looking for a Warehouse Lead to help organize and bring online the warehouse at our new 22,000 sqft state-of-the-art facility in Deep Ellum, Dallas. This individual will be responsible for shipping, receiving, day-to-day warehouse operations, and safety of the warehouse space. The Warehouse Lead will work in a GMP-regulated environment and must follow applicable regulations and guidelines. The position will focus on inventory and warehouse processes, cycle counts, and inventory accuracy to ensure adequate inventory management. This role will be responsible for working the second shift. We are looking for a team player that isn’t afraid to roll their sleeves up. Sound like you? Read on!


  • Organize the warehouse space to ensure proper inventory levels are maintained, communicates with 3PL to schedule deliveries as needed to support operations
  • Alert management and/or shift lead of any potential deviations to established processes or procedures
  • Oversee all warehouse equipment and ensure it is accurately and safely working at all times
  • Assist in scheduling routine maintenance of equipment and machinery needed for daily operations.
  • Ability to perform physical labor such as lifting 50 pounds or more, moving inventory around the warehouse, and ensuring all areas are presentable, clear of all debris, and kept clean and orderly to promote a safe and productive workspace. This requirement is explicit in all areas associated with inventory storage: warehouse and gaming facility that is part of the Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company.
  • Perform shipping and receiving tasks as required, assesses goods received for damage and accuracy to Purchase Order, identify incoming goods as either quarantine (control items) or ready to stock and ship finished goods to customers per order requests.
  • Perform inventory management duties, including receiving, product put-away, stock rotation, cycle counts, and other functions according to customer requirements.
  • Utilize basic systems to support various inventory and chemical management systems.
  • Follow well-defined procedures as outlined by Best Practices, Standard Operating Procedures & Work Instructions.
  • The coordination and movement of inventory items in staging preparation for daily and weekly production planning.
  • Prioritize customer requirements (Sterile Production items), pulling and recording the inventory transactions.
  • Monitor inventory levels to identify the need for replenishment at or within prescribed levels (monthly inventory review and audit).
  • Monitor inventory levels and stock-outs; open order quantities that cannot be fulfilled due to items not being in stock
  • Initiate and prepare, edit, and process requests to order appropriate supplies, materials, and equipment
  • Verifies receipt of items by comparing items received by items ordered; helps resolve shipments in error and/or pricing concerns with purchasing


  • Highschool diploma or GED, a degree in Logistics, Supply Chain Management, or a related field is preferred
  • Forklift certified
  • SAP/ Oracle Training and Utilization


  • SAP experience is highly preferred
  • 3-5 years of experience in a warehouse setting or shipping and receiving
  • Inventory management
  • People and process management
  • Experience working with food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical, sterile compounded products, and/or biologic drug products.


  • Ability to work independently with little to no supervision
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to motivate and inspire a team
  • Team player
  • Ability to work well under tight deadlines
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Servant leadership mentality, willing and able to work toward a common goal.

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