In this role, you will be responsible for determine that necessary policies and processes are in place regarding the transportation program and develop, implement and provide continuous improvement to ensure optimal performance and cost efficiency is maintained.
The group logistics manager is typically responsible for multiple customer logistics accounts or one large customer account. It will include the management and improvement of services provided to customers, as well as the development and implementation of customer performance measurements.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop purchase agreements in a manner that insures all requirements and special terms and conditions are met; manage existing Software License including handling requests for interpretation of existing rights and obligations.
This position is responsible for the daily direction and leadership of the logistics department, including the design and modeling of the supply chain for future growth to optimize key cost components of transportation, labor, fixed costs, and inventory.
The senior manager, logistics is responsible for all account management, customer service satisfaction and maintenance of employee relations and development. Duties of this position include: management of all areas of transportation; to include safety equipment utilization, dot regulations, employee retention profit and loss responsibility and osha.
In this role, you will be responsible for interaction with global raw materials and precious metals functions; as well as interaction with GS on G-CCE process standards global project roll-outs with a development focus.
The Customer Supply Chain Account Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the external supply chain in order to deliver best in class service and efficient supply chain solutions with multiple customers.
The Shared Service Supply Chain Materials Manager is responsible for the daily operations of all functions assigned by the Supply Chain Director. The Manager will support facilities as they prepare to onboard the Supply Chain Shared Service Center, as well as support those which have integrated to the Center.