Ryder System Inventory Manager in Bridgeport, Michigan
As our Inventory Control Manager, you will be responsible for implementing policies and procedures for inventory control, overseeing cycle counting policies and periodic physical inventory audits, and educating and training teams on inventory practices.
Responsibilities of this position include:
Execute formalized inventory procedures.
Generate detailed cycle counts in order to provide measurable inventory results.
Create inventory reports for both internal and external use.
Identifies, prioritizes, develops and implements complex cross-functional inventory control process improvement projects that include forward-thinking on project introduction/development/implementation.
Develops and implements strategies to simplify process, improve accuracy, and improve operating efficiency.
Performs audits to ensure compliance to all processes and to measure effectiveness.
Provides appropriate direction and support to team members to ensure effectiveness and efficiency of inventory controls systems and procedures.
With success in this role, your future with Ryder will likely include promotions to Operations Manager and beyond.
Some of our top leaders have grown their careers with Ryder after beginning at this level. If this sounds like the challenging career opportunity that you have been searching for, click “apply”!
If you are “the one”, you will join us in this exciting start-up opportunity with a world class, game-changing customer, all within the safety and stability of working for an 80+ year old Fortune 500 while growing your career with an industry leader in Supply Chain Solutions!
Ryder offers a fast paced, rewarding work environment for our employees, as well as Fortune 500 employment benefits.
Bachelor's degree in Business Logistics or Transportation or 8 (eight) years of combined college and/or relevant equivalent work experience is required
Minimum of 2 (two) years of supervisory experience required
Experience with warehouse and or software applications, routing and dispatch software systems required
Experience with ground transportation operations including DOT, OSHA and all related safety regulations
Excellent written, verbal and organizational skills preferred
3-5 years of experience in a transportation, warehouse or distribution environment preferred
Proficiency with Microsoft Office preferred
Ensuring flawless execution and adherence to pre-established customer critical success factors
Management of all areas of transportation to include safety, transportation, DOT regulation, compliance, P and L responsibility, distribution and customer service
Management of assigned direct reports to include employee relation issues, performance management, new employee training and development
Ryder is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
Requisition ID 2018-55590
Category Logistics/Distribution/Transportation Management
Employment Type Regular - Full Time (4)
Travel Requirements 0-10%
Position Code 2175