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Warehouse Supervisor Interview Questions

32 Warehouse Supervisor Interview Questions
Question 1 of 32
Automation plays a huge role in any warehouse, what new technologies have you witnessed and how do you plan on staying informed for even newer technologies in the future?
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Interviewers love hearing that you stay on top of technology trends. We recommend that you brush up on some warehouse trends before your interview if you are not already familiar with current warehouse trends. Do a simple Google search to learn a few new things!

Begin by sharing a new technology you have witnessed or read about online. Share how you heard about the technology or where you saw it. And, be sure to mention how you learn about up & coming technologies. You might share that you receive emails on a regular basis with this information. You might mention that you attend conferences or tradeshows to keep learning. Or, maybe you visit trendy companies to learn what new technologies they are utilizing.
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Question 2 of 32
Do you work well under pressure?
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Absolutely! The interviewer needs to hear that you can handle a little pressure. Simply tell the interviewer that you are accustomed to meeting deadlines, having a busy workload, and working under pressure. Be sure to mention that you never let pressure get the best of you, and you know how to delegate work to the right people to help you manage your workload.
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Do you have supervising experience?
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Be open and honest with the interviewer sharing what supervising experience you have. If you have experience with interviewing, making hiring decisions, writing performance reviews, mentoring, coaching, or having to let employees go, be sure to mention these things as well! Your response will help the interviewer understand what type of training you will need to be successful in the role.
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How would your former employer describe you?
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The interviewer wants to hear that your past employer will describe you in a positive manner. Think about the positive things your former employer has said about you in the past. Instead of listing these things, tell the interviewer what each person has told you. For example, you might say, "John has told me that I am a hard worker, and he has told me that he really likes how I am always happy to be at work!" These concrete examples will be sure to impress the interviewe
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"John has told me that I am a hard worker, and he has told me that he really likes how I am always happy to be at work!"
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Tell me about your education. How has it prepared you for a career as a Warehouse Supervisor?
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Provide the interviewer with an overview of your highest level of completed education including where you attended school and what degree you received. If you have attended any recent training seminars or conferences that are directly applicable, feel free to talk about those too! Next, share 2-3 key takeaways from your education. You might talk about your education preparing you to multi-task and manage a busy workload. You may discuss your education preparing you for OSHA compliance. You might even mention that your education helped prepare you for complex team projects. Next, share that your education has provided you with a good foundation, and you understand there will still be things to learn once you are on the job. Be sure to mention that you look forward to learning all that you can!
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About Warehouse Supervisor

September 12th, 2018

A Warehouse Supervisor is responsible for the operations inside of a warehouse. This includes the movement of product as well as people management. Warehouses are used by a very large variety of businesses spanning multiple industries. These businesses can include retail goods, grocers, manufacturers, transportation companies and more.

Warehouse Supervisors should have strong organizational skills so they can be continually on top of the needs of the warehouse. A close eye must always be kept on the merchandise inside of the warehouse which takes keen attention to detail. A Warehouse Supervisor is responsible for many levels of staff including permanent, temporary and sometimes unionized employees. The ability to be a diplomatic, yet firm, leader is a must.

Technical skills of a Warehouse Supervisor should include strong knowledge of spreadsheet and tracking programs such as Excel. Warehouse information systems (WMS) are almost always used in warehouses. This type of software is used to track the day to day operations of a warehouse, calculating KPI's and assessing profitability risk factors such as loss prevention, damage, and overtime. Other systems utilized in a warehouse may be ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems.

A Warehouse Supervisor must be comfortable (and likely, certified) in the operation of a variety of forklifts and other warehouse machinery. The ability to troubleshoot this equipment is a bonus for any employer. Proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) must be worn inside any warehouse. This includes a hardhat, reflective vest, and steel toed work boots.

The role of a Warehouse Supervisor can be very physical as there is a significant amount of walking, lifting, pushing, and standing involved. Depending on the needs of the warehouse, a Warehouse Supervisor may have a variety of shift requirements. Some warehouses have full coverage schedules including a morning, afternoon and midnight shift. Depending on the Warehouse Supervisor's level of experience, and seniority, they may be required to begin their career as a midnight Warehouse Supervisor.

A Warehouse Supervisor should have some post-secondary education in Business Management, Operations, or Supply Chain. Some employers may be open to candidates who have a High School Diploma and multiple years experience in warehouse or manufacturing operations management.