Manager, DC Operations

Company Name:
Koch Davis
Assures subordinates adhere to the organizations policies and practices. Prescribes methods of providing data for various non-standard reports and statements. Collaborates with various levels of management to develop schedules, procedures, and systems to enable the timely and informative accumulation, adjustment, and reporting of financial data. Ensures effective administration of defined processes and programs. Manages resource efforts and timelines involved in the development of processes, programs and projects according to defined or redefined direction or expectation. Supports strategic direction with team motivation, coaching and comprehension. Understanding process or program expectations and standards, collects and assesses data and information to construct and implement a solution. Escalates and informs other process and program owners of relative challenges and collaboratively develops solutions that are effective across functional boundaries. Ensures process and program expectations. Manages fluctuating priorities based on unforeseen process and resource challenges, defined projects, and executive prerogative. Provides assessments and recommendation for the development of future priorities.
5 or more years of experience in retail logistics, warehousing and distribution. Ability to lead others and ability to influence others without formal authority; excellent verbal & written communication skills; innovativeness; integrity and trust; results oriented; action biased/self-starter. Excellent analytical ability; outstanding planning and negotiation skills; work in a fast-paced environment with excellent time management skills; knowledge of distribution, transportation, logistics and supply chain management. Ability to solve a wide range of complex, multi-disciplinary problems, which must consider short and intermediate, term company-wide planning.
Bachelor degree in business
The company is one of the largest sporting goods retailers in the United States.

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