Ops Manager – Supply Chain
Location: Wytheville, VA
Reports to: Plant Manager
Competitive base wage salary and up to 15% bonus potential
A local and large North American manufacturer is seeking a Supply Chain Ops Manager in their Southern Virginia high speed automated plant.
The Supply Chain Ops Manager establishes operating policies and procedures and manages all phases of purchasing raw materials, production scheduling and control, and inventory control. Manages through the use of the SAP system. Manages warehouse function including shipping and receiving. Manages transportation function with outside carriers. Up to 10 Direct reports include (but not limited to): Warehouse Supervisor, Materials Coordinator, Cycle Counter.
What you get to do:
As a manager, assures all plant safety/accident prevention policies are adhered to as stated in the employee handbook. This includes maintaining cleanliness in the warehouse area, maintaining a safe work environment and safe work practices, accident investigation when necessary, and ensuring any outside contractors adhere to Amcor policies and procedures in safety.
Purchases certain raw materials including preforms, pallets, tier sheets, and top frames. May also be involved in the purchase of other materials and services from outside contractors such as truck cleaning and maintenance and forklift maintenance.
May negotiate and set up new vendors and purchasing contracts when necessary. Can solicit quotations and find sources for improved products, lower cost, and faster delivery.
Manages the warehouse function including receiving of raw materials, shipping of finished goods, and organizing of both in the warehouse area.
Handles periodic physical inventory of raw materials and finished goods and reconciles actual usage as shown on SAP system. Generates inventory reports to Division as necessary.
Manages transportation function and ensures on time delivery of finished goods to customers through outside contractors.
Monitors raw material consumption and develops plans to maintain production needs.
Communicates with customers on complaints, problems, and concerns. May refer customer complaints relating to quality or production to appropriate management.
A Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or equivalent
5+ years of relevant experience in a manufacturing environment
5+ years of leadership experience
Previous SAP experience highly desired
Proven ability to lead and drive continuous improvement
Strong written and verbal communication skills
If interested in learning more, please submit a copy of your professional resume and salary requirements to Amanda Saylor: email@example.com