The Allegheny County Airport Authority [ACAA] invites you aboard our mission to create meaningful travel experiences in the aviation industry. As Pittsburgh’s gateway to the world, both Pittsburgh International Airport and Allegheny County Airport serve as beacons of change and connectivity for our region. As a member of our crew, you will directly serve, inspire, and advance our community in significant ways that impact the daily lives of others and the future of our organization. Whether you have a passion for travel, an appreciation for aeronautics and aviation, or an unparalleled love for the city of Pittsburgh, ACAA provides the opportunity for the next chapter of your career to take flight.
Our culture is one that emphasizes high performance, innovation, and learning. We know that those things only happen when everyone who works in an organization is properly empowered, equipped, and enabled in their roles to make an impact. At ACAA success is a shared responsibility, and we look forward to supporting and developing the unique strengths you could bring to our team.
ACAA’s Storeroom Supervisor will report to the Manager, Facilities Maintenance and assumes responsibility for the daily management of the central stores warehouse inclusive of coordinating all inventory activities from receiving and issuing goods through inventory quality control and report generation.
Here is how the Storeroom Supervisor will help:
- Oversee the process of incoming and outgoing shipments, and the inspection and return of damaged items and items shipped in error.
- Oversee the reclamation and disposal of damaged and obsolete goods.
- Coordinates the maintenance of warehouse dock and material handling equipment.
- Manages the layout of storage facilities for optimum use.
- Resolves and research of inventory/warehouse issues, problems, and inquires.
- Maintains and organization of all warehouse/inventory files.
- Monitors and approves the recordation of inventory information into the computerized integrated financial computer system inclusive of inventory transfers to other locations.
- Interfaces with the Procurement Department thru Purchasing as the receiver of materials/supplies in the JD Edwards system
- Compiles internal and external reports.
- Monitors the generation of order requests for stock and non-stock items inclusive of specialty items for certain departments.
- Monitors quality control standards and update when necessary.
- Schedules the year-end physical inventory.
- Manages inventory levels to ensure efficiencies in usage and optimize re-orders.
- Assists in the preparation of bid specifications for materials and services.
- Performs activities and functions of related lower-level personnel and other related tasks as required.
Requirements to apply for role of Storeroom Supervisor are:
- Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university with a specialization in accounting; or three years or more of related experience.
We also expect that candidates will demonstrate the following knowledge, skills, and abilities in most cases:
- Requires extensive knowledge of inventory control rules and regulations.
- Knowledge of JD Edwards system
- Detail oriented and organized.
- Requires extensive knowledge of inventory module of the integrated financial computer system.
- Ability to handle multiple priorities.
Don’t meet every requirement?
Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs if they don’t meet every single qualification. As a Smarter Airport, we recognize that talent is not always related job history and skills come from valuable experiences that aren’t always shown on a resume. If you are excited to make a positive change for our region, but your experience doesn’t align perfectly, we encourage you to apply. You may be the right candidate for our organization, whether it be this role or another.
Caring For Our Crew
At ACAA, we’ve got you covered. That applies to how we equip, empower, and enable our people to do their jobs. It also applies to our benefits, which are broader and more valuable than what many other employers offer:
- We offer two plan options for healthcare coverage from high-quality insurance carriers, as well as an ACAA-funded Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) that will help offset the cost of many medical expenses.
- ACAA employees pay almost $1,200 less per year in healthcare payroll contributions than the average employee in other companies, according to market surveys.
- When HRA funding is included, the health-plan deductibles paid by ACAA employees are about $1,200 lower on average than the costs paid by employees of other companies.
- ACAA does not require that employees meet a separate deductible for pharmacy expenses before prescription-drug coverage kicks in.
- ACAA’s dental plans (included with healthcare coverage) offer an option covering children’s orthodontia.
- Employees also can take advantage of a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to help pay for health care and dependent care expenses on a pre-tax basis.
- All eligible full-time ACAA employees participate in the Allegheny County Employees Pension Plan, a defined-benefit plan that vests after 10 years of service.
- Employees also may participate in a Deferred Compensation Plan, which allows them to contribute part of their pay on a pre-tax basis into long-term retirement investments.
- A robust Employee Assistance Program (including access to free counselling sessions, financial guidance, and care coordination), life insurance options, a wellness program, and eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program round out ACAA’s exemplary benefits.
About Allegheny County Airport Authority
Allegheny County Airport Authority, which manages Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) and Allegheny County Airport (AGC), is committed to transforming Pittsburgh’s airports to reflect and serve the community, inspire the industry, and advance the region’s role as a world leader.
Pittsburgh International Airport serves nearly 10 million passengers annually on 17 carriers and was named by Fast Company magazine as One of the Most Innovative Companies in the World as well as a finalist in its World Changing Ideas awards, both in 2020. PIT’s first-of-its-kind microgrid – which completely powers the airport campus through natural gas and solar energy – has won numerous awards for resiliency and sustainability.
PIT is in the midst of an ambitious terminal modernization that will make the passenger experience more efficient and deliver real opportunity for the region. The $1.4 billion new terminal program will construct a smarter, greener airport, inspired by the best of our region. The updated terminal lands in 2025 and will be the first airport terminal in the U.S. to be built from the ground-up post-pandemic, designed and constructed with the highest public health standards in mind.