“[T]he job description states that the supervisor ‘may perform manual labor’ . . . . Just because . . . the supervisor sometimes ‘may perform’ such labor does not override the consideration that the ability to perform physical labor is not an essential or even mandatory component of the supervisor’s job. Therefore, [Plaintiff]’s inability to

A job description listed essential functions as including “frequent lifting and carrying up to 20 lbs., occasionally lifting and carrying 20-35 lbs., and occasionally lifting up to 40 lbs.,” as well as “occasionally . . . up to 200 pounds with the assistance of co-workers or Hoyer lift.” Molina, 840 F. Supp. 2d at