About Brandless
Brandless is a new kind of company, a community that puts people first and makes better products at fairer prices. Everything is just $3, BrandTax free and sold exclusively on brandless.com. In a sentence: Better everything for everyone, all $3. Brandless
makes hundreds of everyday essentials, aka the stuff you use all the time, including non-GMO food, clean personal care products, non-toxic cleaners and home goods. At Brandless, you can shop your values while getting great value.

What you’ll do:

As a 3PL Fulfillment Manager, you'll oversee the day-to-day execution of warehousing and fulfillment operations for our third-party logistics (3PL) warehouses.  You will be on-site at least 50% of the time to ensure that our partner is meeting our expectations, properly receives and handles inbound product, and has the staffing and training in place to meet our volume expectations and quality standards.

You’ll Create Impact By:

  • Oversee the day-to-day 3PL operational performance, identifying, measuring, and tracking key logistics metrics to help drive efficiency and ensure customers will receive packages that meet our expectations
  • Manage 3PL partner to established quality, SLA, and productivity standards
    • Ensure that cycle counts and physical counts are executed in a timely manner as required by Operation Inventory Management and Finance teams
    • Work with 3PL partners to properly onboard and off board the warehouses
  • Partner with Operations,Merchandising, and Marketing leadership to define training and packaging standards and ensure that all 3PL associates understand those standards
  • Partner with 3PL management to improve existing processes and throughput
  • Review and approve all invoices

What you’ll need:

  • 7+ years of experience in managing eCommerce warehousing/fulfillment
  • Experience managing multiple outsourced vendors
  • Food safety experience required
  • Excellent understanding of B2C supply chain from supplier to customer
  • Excellent time management skills, with the ability to operate in a fast-paced environment and manage changing priorities and deadlines
  • BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience

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