Manages and controls all expenses attributable to inbound operations, outbound operations, transportation and distribution of products, equipment utilization and distribution center buildings and property.
Drives the employee experience. Acquires and retains talent through the coaching and development of employees. Ensures employees achieve the performance and activity expectations. Leads the performance management process for all direct reports and may manage a manager(s).
Develop and maintain positive, professional, and collaborative relationships with senior management, peers and subordinates and presents findings in both formal high-quality presentations and less formal communications.
The Business Center Manager is responsible for managing the overall operations at a low-volume center, including supervision of team members and the administration of center sales performance, profitability and customer experience objectives.