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The Global DTC logistics manager will develop and evaluate transportation strategy for the DTC business unit globally. They will be asked to Benchmark, understand, and implement supply chain processes specific to logistics; best practices and systems to achieve customer service and to minimize asset / logistics related costs. This leader will be expected to work cross functionally with business channel leaders, distribution, and IT partners at UA. This person will also develop and grow relationships with transportation partners to support the DTC business. Finally, this person will be asked to work closely with FP&A partners to ensure that the budget is aligned with the transportation plan.
Bachelor's degree (B.S.) from four-year College or University
Three-five years of management experience in supply chain discipline
Demonstrated experience leading teams of people with diverse motivations, opinions, and personalities; experience influencing through non-supervisory relationships a plus (i.e. when people don't have to listen to you)
Experience speaking in front of others and leading meetings from project-level to senior management-level
Experience working with 3rd Party Logistics (3PL) providers and external consultant partners
Experience working on projects across a variety of areas (e.g. IT system upgrade, new process development & implementation, building/equipment implementation, cost savings/improvement initiatives)
Analytical background - running reports/pulling data, interpreting results with the ability to identify and explain outliers
Strong understanding of supply chain (functional expertise) and strong business knowledge
Experience and confidence working within applications such as Microsoft Excel, Power Point, Word, Share Point, BI, and Outlook
Experience generating and/or analyzing data as it relates to project objectives
Travel may be a requirement, expect 10-15%
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