We are looking to add someone new to our team! If you have supply chain and operations experience and enjoy working closely with a small, motivated team of women, this is for you!
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Operations Manager
- Include your resume
- Part time - 20 hours a week (10:30am-2:30pm Mon-Fri)
- Salt Lake-Provo, Utah area. We work remotely, but get together 2x a month. Training will take place in Cottonwood Heights, UT.
- $15-40 p/hr Based on experience.
- 0-1+ years of operations experience. We are open to training an individual with no formal experience.
- Must be comfortable in Excel and Google Docs.
- Must be great with time management, organization, following processes and sticking to deadlines.
- Must love logistics, math, solving problems, detail oriented and be available to tackle any issue that could arise throughout the week.
- Inventory Management: Monitor current on hand inventory in the business between the local warehouse and Amazon. Report weekly on inventory and shipment status and update team with any shortages, over sold products, etc.
- Ordering: Work with CEO to track current open orders with suppliers, forecast upcoming orders according to demand. Manage lead time with suppliers and order accordingly. Manage sample requests and any product updates with the supplier. Reach out to new suppliers to get quotes and samples for new product ideas. Do the math on unit prices to figure out our retail price while protecting our margin.
- Warehouse Management: Work closely with the 3rd Party Logistics Company to make sure orders are shipping out in a timely manner. Communicate any upcoming launches and sales. Watch and track inventory of branded shipper boxes and inserts, and order accordingly. Monitor wholesale and Amazon orders coming in to the warehouse system and provide shipping labels, details, etc.
- Administrative Assistance: Work with CEO with random tasks, such as renewing business licenses, running to the warehouse to check on things, repackaging journals with bad cover wraps, stickering journals for markets, manning a market booth, paying bills, calling amazon to fix an issue, calling the tax commission to resolve a sales tax issue, etc.