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Open Positions for Loris, SC

Job Title: 

Demand & Supply Planner

Organizational Alignment:                                                                                                                        

Reports directly to Manager of Supply Chain & Logistics

Work Location:

Loris, SC

Position Overview:

Demand: Analyze historical sales data per product category and develop a forecast that supports the future sales requirements.

Supply: Optimize the balance of inventory across the Supply Chain network in line with target customer service levels, forecast accuracy and safety stock targets for the allocated portfolio of SKU’s for which she/he is accountable.

General Responsibilities:

Analyze historical sales data per product category and develop a forecast that supports the future sales requirements.  Optimize the balance of inventory across the Supply Chain network in line with target customer service levels, forecast accuracy and safety stock targets for the allocated portfolio of SKU’s for which she/he is accountable.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree; Preferably in Business, Math or Analytics
  • Basic experience with Microsoft Access
  • Advanced Excel skills (VLOOKUPS, PIVOT Tables, IF Statements, etc)
  • 2+ years Supply Chain experience
  • 1+ years Forecasting or Demand Planning experience; preferably with a large Retail customer
  • Problem solving
  • Analytical skills
  • Numerical Comprehension
  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills
  • Bilingual in Mandarin a plus; preferred but not required

Position Overview:

The Assistant Product Manager is responsible for managing products as assigned by the Director of Product Management. This includes managing the product throughout the product lifecycle, gathering product and customer requirements, defining the product objectives, and working closely with the factories to deliver new products. The Assistant Product Manager also will be working with sales, marketing, and the factory to ensure revenue and customer satisfaction goals are met. The Assistant Product Manager must be a subject matter expert on their products including competitors, technical requirements and market activity.
General Responsibilities:

The Assistant Product Manager is responsible for managing products as assigned by the Product Manager.  This includes managing the product throughout the product lifecycle, gathering product and customer requirements, defining the product objectives and working closely with the factories to deliver new products.  The Assistant Product Manager also will be working with sales, marketing and the factory to ensure revenue and customer satisfaction goals are met.  The Assistant Product Manager must be a subject matter expert on their products including competitors, technical requirements and market activity.

Qualifications:

  • Mechanical aptitude and general understanding of automotive parts
  • Successful experience working with a project team
  • Excellent project management, organization and analytical skills
  • Excellent communication and people skills
  • Analytical ability
  • Customer service skills and orientation
  • Decision Making
  • Initiative
  • Interpersonal – People skills
  • Inventory Control Knowledge
  • Project & People Management Skills
  • Mathematical Aptitude
  • Ability to negotiate successfully

Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, computer science or marketing, Automotive with 5+ years’ experience or equivalent experience and education

Position Overview:

This role is responsible for creating digital content for the product, corporate events, and installation videos.  This position reports to the Catalog and Data Manager in the Product Management Department.
General Responsibilities:

  • Plan and execute photography of products; including 360 imaging, for the website, print catalog, social media, emails, and other marketing collateral material
  • Manage in-house studios where the majority of product photography and digital videos are created. Operate, maintain, and set-up all photography, video, audio, and lighting equipment.
  • Coordinate off-site video and photography shoots featuring product installation and product training videos.
  • Responsible for editing, color correction, cropping, sizing, and indexing of photography
  • Process digital content through photoshop as necessary to complete final digital content
  • Maintain digital content records according to SOP standards on corporate IT systems
  • Work with the Catalog and Data Manager to create digital content according to customer standards
  • Assist Catalog team with research projects on an as needed basis.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor or Associate degree in photography, videography or related degree or equivalent years of experience
  • 1-3 years of directly related work experience in photography and video
  • Must have experience filming, directing and editing video
  • Proficient using DLSR, video, audio, and lighting equipment
  • Creative problem-solver with the ability to foster and develop others’ ideas as well as your own
  • Ability to work independently on projects and also collaborate as a strong team member
  • Excellent attention to detail and extremely organized with the ability to handle multiple priorities and meet deadlines
  • Properly maintain and store all assigned equipment in good working order

Open Positions for Tabor City, NC

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Position Overview:

To assist the DC Operations Manager with the administration of the day-to-day operations of DMA’s Distribution Centers functions and duties. To carry out the responsibilities of setting and achieving the weekly work plans while ensuring our customer expectations are being successfully met.

Responsibilities

This role is responsible for managing the following diverse operations within the DMA Distribution Center

  • Prepare the weekly operations work planning calendar in advance of the upcoming work week and review plan with the DC Operations Manager for sign off and agreement
  • Responsible for ensuring that employees are working in compliance with the company’s Code of Conduct
  • Take the appropriate steps to coach, council and discipline employee behaviors and work performance as required and directed in coordination with HR
  • Challenge employees whose attendance record is unacceptable and counsel them to improve
  • Communicate all employee conduct and performance issues with the DC Operations Manager and HR prior to taking specific actions with the employee
  • Ensure that all new hire employees are receiving their 90-day performance reviews and that all regular full-time employees are receiving their annual review – on time
  • Hold Team meetings with employees to communicate goals and objective as well as provide training in new SOP’s or related topics
  • Responsible for the receipt of all Inbound container receiving
  • Ensure the appropriate labor force needs have been determined and arranged to support the workload
  • Ensure all supporting paperwork has been prepared in advance and the work area is organized and ready to begin the operation
  • Ensure products are offloaded, organized, counted and placed into the proper storage locations for either restock and or overstock
  • Verify all counts and any variances and communicate to the DC Operations Manager and other supporting functions if problems are noted
  • Ensure all receiving SOP’s are being followed always
  • Provide daily oversight of the outbound order Pulling/Packing/Shipping teams including planning for the appropriate staffing levels necessary to achieve the daily work plan across all customer sales channels
  • Responsible for ensuring all SOP’s are being followed and that time metrics for each operation is being tracked and recorded. Most of shipments will be truck load and multi truck load and will require specialized packing and labeling standards
  • Record and communicate any process exceptions or failures to the Operations Manager and all other appropriate departments in a timely manner
  • Responsible for performing a root cause failure analysis and recommending necessary process improvements to Senior Management
  • Responsible for implementing and maintaining employee cross training efforts to ensure a flexible and competent workforce is in place
  • Ensure regular maintenance and safety checks on all operating equipment being used within the operation has been completed and recorded daily
  • Ensure daily equipment safety checks are performed prior to equipment being put into operation.
  • Maintain a PMI Log, according to operating SOP’s, on all equipment. Any issues should be immediately brought to the DC Operations Manager attention in a timely and proactive manner
  • Ensure compliance with all Safety Code standards for tag out / lock out of equipment that is not in use or is awaiting service
  • Ensure the monitoring of correct water levels in all electric forklift batteries
  • Ensure all employees operating equipment have received the proper training and certifications prior to allowing them to operate any equipment within the facility
  • Ensure all employees are follow safety procedures, such as the use of safety harnesses or seat belts, when operating equipment
  • Ensure proper documentation, counseling and retraining in all instances where an employee has violated a safety policy
  • Notify the HR department of any violations in safety compliance
  • Maintain the cleanliness standards of the DC facility daily
  • Set a house keeping schedule for each area and assign responsibilities for keeping the area clean and free from dust, trash and debris
  • Ensure that products are neatly stacked within the shelving and that boxes are regularly dusted
  • Set a regular schedule to ensure the break room and restroom facilities are kept to an above average cleanliness level
  • Set a regular schedule for running the floor sweeping and scrubbing machine to keep the dust down to a minimum

Requirements

  • A High School education with relevant experience and or any similar combination of education and experience
  • Strong leadership, administrative, problem-solving, critical thinking and reasoning skills, strong communication skills, time management abilities, knowledge of office procedures
  • Requires effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills and computer literacy that includes proficiency in Email, Word and the use of Excel Spreadsheets, Sage 100 ERP System, UPS World Ship, FedEx Shipping Manager, Google Docs (Corporate Metric Reporting)

Job Title: 

DC Fulfillment Center Warehouse Associate

Organizational Alignment:

Reports directly to the specific work team area lead Supervisor

Position Overview:

The DC Fulfillment Center Warehouse Associate is responsible for performing various work task duties in support of successfully processing of customer orders correctly and on time.

Responsibilities:

  • Performs material handling (including, but not limited to receiving, unloading, stocking shelves and performing inventory cycle counts), order picking, packing and shipping using modern and sophisticated distribution methods and work processes
  • Performs work tasks in compliance with standard operating procedures while ensuring the work is done within the required performance metrics and to the expected level of quality
  • Embraces cross training activities that promotes a flexible work force capable of shifting to meet the labor demands of the DC operation
  • Participates in continuous improvement initiatives guided towards achieving higher levels of efficiency
  • Observes and complies with company established rules and policies that ensure a safe and productive work environment for everyone
  • Maintains a clean and safe workplace by ensuring compliance standards are met and PPE is always adhered too
  • Operates all powered industrial trucks and equipment in a manner that ensures the safety of the operator and that of others working in and around the same areas
  • Understands the importance of an acceptable attendance record and makes best efforts limit their impacts and disruptions to the operations due to excessive absences

Perform additional duties as assigned.

Work Environment:

  • Modern DC Fulfillment warehouse facility utilizing various styles and types of equipment and technology to ensure efficient, accurate and timely processing of customer orders
  • High level of automation and mechanized material handling equipment
  • The company emphasizes quality, safety, and accuracy over just speed
  • Physical requirements – Significant standing, walking through the warehouse, and consistent lifting (up to 50 Lbs.) of products is required. Use of carton knifes, taping equipment, automated strappers, pallet wrappers, carts, and various other small hand tools

Education and/or Work/Skill Experience:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Minimum one to three years direct warehouse experience in a fast-paced manufacturing or distribution environment where small parcel and LTL/LT customer order processing occurs
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Strong computer and technology usage skills required
  • Familiarity with distribution software systems highly preferred
  • Strong communication, both written and verbal with equally strong interpersonal skills required

Job Title: 

Part-Time DC Fulfillment Center Warehouse Associate

Organizational Alignment:

Reports directly to the specific work team area lead Supervisor

Position Overview:

The DC Fulfillment Center Warehouse Associate is responsible for performing various work task duties in support of successfully processing of customer orders correctly and on time.

Responsibilities:

  • Performs material handling (including, but not limited to: receiving, unloading, stocking shelves and performing inventory cycle counts), order picking, packing and shipping using modern and sophisticated distribution methods and work processes.
  • Performs work tasks in compliance with standard operating procedures while ensuring the work is done within the required performance metrics and to the expected level of quality.
  • Embraces cross training activities that promotes a flexible work force capable of shifting to meet the labor demands of the DC operation.
  • Tracks and records daily work performance achievements within the Labor Tracker Metrics System.
  • Participates in continuous improvement initiatives guided towards achieving higher levels of efficiency.
  • Observes and complies with company established rules and policies that ensure a safe and productive work environment for everyone.
  • Maintains a clean and safe workplace by ensuring compliance standards are met and PPE is always adhered to.
  • Operates all powered industrial trucks and equipment in a manner that ensures the safety of the operator and that of others working in and around the same areas.
  • Understands the importance of an acceptable attendance record and makes best efforts to limit their impacts and disruptions to the operations due to excessive absences.
  • Perform additional duties as assigned.

Work Environment:

  • Modern DC Fulfillment warehouse facility utilizing various styles and types of equipment and technology to ensure efficient, accurate and timely processing of customer orders.
  • High level of automation and mechanized material handling equipment
  • The company emphasizes quality, safety, and accuracy over just speed.
  • Physical requirements – Significant standing, walking through the warehouse, and consistent lifting (up to 50 Lbs.) of products is required. Use of carton knifes, taping equipment, automated strappers, pallet wrappers, carts, and various other small hand tools.

Education and/or Work/Skill Experience:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Minimum one to three years direct warehouse experience in a fast-paced manufacturing or distribution environment where small parcel and LTL/LT customer order processing occurs
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Strong computer and technology usage skills required
  • Familiarity with distribution software systems highly preferred
  • Strong communication, both written and verbal with equally strong interpersonal skills required

Job Title: 

Inventory Auditor

Organizational Alignment:

Reports directly to the Inventory Logistics and Control Manager

Position Overview:

The Inventory Auditor duties include physically counting items and matching the physical count to the computer inventory. Auditors also maintain the accuracy of the computer data for the Supply Chain/Forecasting team.

Responsibilities:

Counting physical inventory – Physically verify and correct inventory locations where needed in the warehouses and within ERP system.   Ensure inventory items in the warehouses are in correct bin locations to increase efficiency

Perform additional duties as assigned.

Work Environment:

  • Modern DC Fulfillment warehouse facility utilizing various styles and types of equipment and technology to ensure efficient, accurate and timely processing of customer orders
  • High level of automation and mechanized material handling equipment
  • The company emphasizes quality, safety, and accuracy over just speed
  • Physical requirements – Significant standing, walking through the warehouse, and consistent lifting (up to 50 Lbs.) of products is required. Use of carton knifes, taping equipment, automated strappers, pallet wrappers, carts, and various other small hand tools

Education and/or Work/Skill Experience:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Minimum two years of inventory audit experience in a fast-paced manufacturing or distribution environment where small parcel and LTL/LT customer order processing occurs
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Strong computer and technology usage skills required
  • Familiarity with distribution software systems highly preferred
  • Strong communication, both written and verbal with equally strong interpersonal skills required

Open Positions for Mullins, SC

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Position Overview:

The Facility Maintenance Tech will be responsible for performing all general building maintenance, cleaning and upkeep as required.   This position will also be responsible for following weekly and monthly scheduled tasks as directed by DC Facility Management.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain the facility, both internally and externally, in accordance with the facility cleaning and maintenance schedules.
  • Perform regularly scheduled general maintenance within the facility, including general janitorial cleaning, trash removal, painting, and running the warehouse floor sweeper and scrubber
  • Maintain the external building ensuring grass, shrubs, plants, sidewalks, and road and ensure all are maintained on an ongoing basis
  • Perform both scheduled and unscheduled facility maintenance as assigned
  • Complete a weekly log for all warehouse assigned tasks completed to review with Manager
  • Maintain a clean building by performing area housekeeping inspections to ensure effectiveness of team cleaning expectations
  • Responsible for conducting general maintenance and repairs on facility equipment and property structures as assigned
  • Maintain company equipment at facility as needed
  • Report any issues to management
  • Report any unsafe conditions to management

Education and Experience:

  • Experience in performing general facility janitorial cleaning duties
  • Landscaping experience a plus
  • Ability to prepare routine facility reports and communicate effectively with Management
  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Minimum of 1-year experience in a similar role
  • Mechanical aptitude is a plus

Other:

  • Ability to follow directions, SOP processes and order of priorities
  • Ability to communicate in a timely manner of any issues, obstacles or problems
  • Incumbent work hours/schedule and/or shift are subject to change based on business needs and Management discretion
  • Hourly employees are expected to work overtime during the week and/or weekends as requested
  • Other duties may be assigned as business necessitates
    • Maintain the facility, both internally and externally, in accordance with the facility cleaning and maintenance schedules.
    • Perform regularly scheduled general maintenance within the facility, including general janitorial cleaning, trash removal, painting, and running the warehouse floor sweeper and scrubber
    • Maintain the external building ensuring grass, shrubs, plants, sidewalks, and road and ensure all are maintained on an ongoing basis
    • Perform both scheduled and unscheduled facility maintenance as assigned
    • Complete a weekly log for all warehouse assigned tasks completed to review with Manager
    • Maintain a clean building by performing area housekeeping inspections to ensure effectiveness of team cleaning expectations
    • Responsible for conducting general maintenance and repairs on facility equipment and property structures as assigned
    • Maintain company equipment at facility as needed
    • Report any issues to management
    • Report any unsafe conditions to management
    • Company has a “Zero Tolerance” policy regarding insubordination and/or refusal to carry out work as directed. This can result in immediate separation of employment

Job Title: 

DC Fulfillment Center Warehouse Associate

Organizational Alignment:

Reports directly to the specific work team area lead Supervisor

Position Overview:

The DC Fulfillment Center Warehouse Associate is responsible for performing various work task duties in support of successfully processing of customer orders correctly and on time.

Responsibilities:

  • Performs material handling (including, but not limited to receiving, unloading, stocking shelves and performing inventory cycle counts), order picking, packing and shipping using modern and sophisticated distribution methods and work processes
  • Performs work tasks in compliance with standard operating procedures while ensuring the work is done within the required performance metrics and to the expected level of quality
  • Embraces cross training activities that promotes a flexible work force capable of shifting to meet the labor demands of the DC operation
  • Participates in continuous improvement initiatives guided towards achieving higher levels of efficiency
  • Observes and complies with company established rules and policies that ensure a safe and productive work environment for everyone
  • Maintains a clean and safe workplace by ensuring compliance standards are met and PPE is always adhered too
  • Operates all powered industrial trucks and equipment in a manner that ensures the safety of the operator and that of others working in and around the same areas
  • Understands the importance of an acceptable attendance record and makes best efforts limit their impacts and disruptions to the operations due to excessive absences

Perform additional duties as assigned.

Work Environment:

  • Modern DC Fulfillment warehouse facility utilizing various styles and types of equipment and technology to ensure efficient, accurate and timely processing of customer orders
  • High level of automation and mechanized material handling equipment
  • The company emphasizes quality, safety, and accuracy over just speed
  • Physical requirements – Significant standing, walking through the warehouse, and consistent lifting (up to 50 Lbs.) of products is required. Use of carton knifes, taping equipment, automated strappers, pallet wrappers, carts, and various other small hand tools

Education and/or Work/Skill Experience:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Minimum one to three years direct warehouse experience in a fast-paced manufacturing or distribution environment where small parcel and LTL/LT customer order processing occurs
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Strong computer and technology usage skills required
  • Familiarity with distribution software systems highly preferred
  • Strong communication, both written and verbal with equally strong interpersonal skills required

In need of Part-Time Restock Associates who can work from 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm Monday-Friday with some Saturdays during the day.

  • Must have 6 months Forklift experience
  • Cherry Picker experience, preferred
  • Must be able to work the scheduled shift
  • Must be able to pass a Background check and Drug-Test

Job Title: 

Part Time Material Handler

Organizational Alignment:

Reports directly to the specific work team area lead Supervisor

Position Overview:

The DC Fulfillment Center Warehouse Associate is responsible for performing various work task duties in support of successfully processing of customer orders correctly and on time.

Responsibilities:

Performs work including but not limited to: Material Handling, receiving, unloading, stocking shelves and performing inventory cycle counts), order picking, packing and shipping using modern and sophisticated distribution methods and work processes. Titles within Warehouse Associate includes:  Material Handler, Transfer Handler, Container Receiving, Bulk Handler, Pickers/Order Puller/Order Finalizer, Order Verification, Rebox, Order Verification.  Performs work outside of normal work area/role title, if requested. Performs work tasks in compliance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) while ensuring the work is done within the required performance metrics and to the expected level of quality.

Perform additional duties as assigned.

Work Environment:

  • Modern DC Fulfillment warehouse facility utilizing various styles and types of equipment and technology to ensure efficient, accurate and timely processing of customer orders
  • High level of automation and mechanized material handling equipment
  • The company emphasizes quality, safety, and accuracy over just speed
  • Physical requirements – Significant standing, walking through the warehouse, and consistent lifting (up to 50 Lbs.) of products is required. Use of carton knifes, taping equipment, automated strappers, pallet wrappers, carts, and various other small hand tools

Education and/or Work/Skill Experience:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Minimum one to three years direct warehouse experience in a fast-paced manufacturing or distribution environment where small parcel and LTL/LT customer order processing occurs
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Strong computer and technology usage skills required
  • Familiarity with distribution software systems highly preferred
  • Strong communication, both written and verbal with equally strong interpersonal skills required
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