JOB DESCRIPTION                                             Victory Energy Operations, LLC.

POSITION:   Warehouse Manager                            ISSUE DATE:                 7/13/2011
REPORTS TO: Supply Chain Manager                               FLSA:               TBD By HR

Manage incoming and outgoing movement of materials throughout all warehouses at multiple VEO
locations. Oversee and direct the daily activities of the Shipping & Receiving, Warehouse, and
Material Handling personnel. Monitor inventories through computer information systems.
     1.   Supervise the daily activities of the Shipping & Receiving, Warehouse and Material
          Handling personnel at Collinsville, Cushing and Spare Parts warehouses.
     2.   Maintain JD Edwards inventory accuracy through Cycle Counts, Physical
          Inventories and associated reconciliation.
     3.   Support Production by picking, staging and delivering needed materials, working
          closely with Production Scheduling to ensure success.
     4.   Maintain a Customer Service attitude with Suppliers (taking delivery of materials)
          and Customers (proper packaging and documentation of shipments).
     5.   Coordinate department activities that engage Production, Scheduling, Quality
          Control, Purchasing, and Accounting.
     6.   Lead the Material Review Board team and process to include coordinate meetings,
          report findings, follow through with assignments and final disposal of materials.
     7.   Interactive hands-on manager, that can balance the daily floor activities while
          managing the required administrative duties and department goals.

OTHER JOB DUTIES: As a member of VEO Team your interaction and cooperation with fellow
team members is essential to achieving our ultimate goal – providing equipment that meets or
exceeds our customer’s expectations.

    1.        Maintain current and thorough product knowledge of all warehouse materials.
    2.        Develop and enforce processes that increase efficiencies in warehouse operations.
    3.        Develop staff through personnel assessment, goal setting, and cross-training.
    4.        “Own” the warehouses – keep facilities clean and well organized.
    5.        Maintain the “212 Principle” in all warehousing, S/R and material handling

     1.   College Degree or 3 years experience in heavy metal manufacturing preferably in an
          ASME Code certified environment. Professional membership preferred.
     2.   Ability to work as a Supply Chain management team member with all levels of
     3.   Strong communication and negotiation skills, both verbal and written.
     4.   Excellent planning and organizational skills.
     5.   Functional use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and ERP systems. (JD Edwards

     Communication – Writes clearly, concisely, and persuasively; speaks tactfully and
      convincingly; listens well; shares work related information; must be computer literate, and

     Problem solving – Ability to evaluate situations, review options and set priorities within
      scope of authority; must be able to identify activities for completing assignments by
      allocating time/resources; ability to multi-task and switch focus quickly.

     Initiative – Ability to be self-motivated and complete tasks without supervision’ results
      oriented; seeks self-improvement, enhancement of skills, and professional growth.

     Meeting commitments – Assumes total accountability for meeting daily commitments with
      clear understanding of his/her impact on project schedules.

     Quality of work – Sets and maintains high goals and standards for self while understanding
      and conforming to team standards; achieves a volume of acceptable work within allotted
      time; work produced achieves established standards for thoroughness, accuracy, neatness,
      and acceptability.

     Professionalism – Must display high level of professionalism in conduct, attitude, and attire
      appropriate for the work area; ability to work with people at all levels; must understand
      “internal customer” concept; able to exercise authority and respond to criticism.

     Leadership – Ability to inspire teamwork and high morale; constructively influence the
      performance of others; able to obtain results through others; ability to solve problems and
      make decisions within the scope of authority.

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