Job Summary:

Join a dynamic team to support Logistics & Integration systems projects, focusing on planning and execution by collaborating with solution leads, project managers, cross-functional business teams and end users to execute key initiatives. The person will develop system and business expertise to provide value to applications and programs supporting our supply chain with primary focus of Manhattan Warehouse Management (WMs) systems as well as connected applications. This role will cover the Weekend Shift.

Primary Job Duties:

  • Provide input in the analysis, design, enhancement and implementation of business applications to support internal business functions.
  • Analyze business processes, identify causes of problems and make recommendations for process improvements
  • Support gathering and analysis of data as requested by Operations and IT management.
  • Understand and help communicate design solutions
  • Execute innovative solutions to improve business performance - documented, developed, tested, and deployed
  • Develops and Documents Systems Support processes
  • Under guidance, work as a member of IT team to support the Distribution and Integration needs
  • Act as liaison between business application users and the IT department relative to requirements and solutions.
  • Work with Business Analysts to conduct analysis of client business processes and functional requirements.
  • Develop in the preparation of appropriate documentation to communicate and validate the information.
  • Lead Work streams in all activities for a WMS implementation from requirements to go-live stabilization.
  • Identify issues to accommodate business needs using standard, best industry practices / processes.
  • Document and maintain knowledge artifacts for applications
  • Data mapping and business process flow
  • Create training material as needed
  • Write test scripts and lead execution of a test plan where applicable. Scope out solution needs and identify critical questions

Job Requirements:

Minimum Education:

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent years of relevant experience

Minimum Experience:

  • 1-3 Years Supply Chain Systems Experience

Knowledge, Skills and abilities:

  • Preferred Warehouse Management System Experience
  • Expert user in Microsoft Office with outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Thrive in fast-paced, rapidly changing environment with a highly interactive approach to problem solving
  • Understand value proposition to prioritize effectively
  • Willing to take risks and understand key learnings
  • Preferred SQL Experience
  • Preferred experience in Integration and data mapping
  • Preferred – Functional Knowledge of SAP
  • Understand foundational approach to Project Management
  • Ability and natural curiosity to question and go beyond comfort level
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Must be able to work effectively individually as well as part of a team.
  • Must be able to effectively communicate technical information to both technical and non-technical personnel.
  • Understanding of global retail and wholesale business, and markets in which Crocs operates
  • IT Solution experience in Supply Chain domain and stay current on technology to support business needs.
  • Working understanding of transaction processing technologies
  • Working knowledge of the most commonly used business applications.
  • Willingness to take on challenges and desire to push beyond expectations

 Crocs is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment. 

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