About Floyd

Floyd is changing the way people consume, keep, and enjoy furniture. Our products are built around the idea that well-designed furniture should be accessible, long-lasting, and ship to your door (not to mention beautiful!). We create innovative products that challenge the common convention of furniture and the experience of buying it. Floyd is a venture-backed company that’s growing rapidly and responsibly.

We don’t just make furniture — we care about the environment and all who inhabit it. We believe diversity is important in all areas of our business. We are actively pursuing people who will add to & evolve our culture because we know when folks from different backgrounds get in a room together, we make magic. We’re building an inspiring & inclusive place where people can work and grow…so we can make really great furniture.

Where You Come In

Operations is the lifeblood of any organization. At Floyd, it is a competitive advantage.  We are disrupting the furniture industry by not only designing a great product and superb customer experience but also building a best-in-class supply chain and operational model. As our business evolves, so do our relationships with key logistics partners. You’ll be at the forefront of this — working closely with the Operations team to ensure Floyd’s logistics network is optimized to support continued growth. 

What You'll Do

  • Evaluate and onboard new freight partnerships and transportation modes
  • Manage generation of advanced shipment notifications at our warehouses
  • Shop rates and tender shipments to our inbound transportation partners
  • Monitor inbound performance, tracking SLAs with our transportation and warehouse logistics partners
  • Resolve transportation issues and coordinate communication with internal and external stakeholders
  • Develop inbound freight carrier scorecards to improve quality, service and optimize transportation costs
  • Manage all Floyd inbound and outbound freight transportation freight claims; lead continuous process improvements to reduce claims
  • Optimize supplier shipments; identify improvements to inbound quality and cost 
  • Lead continuous improvements initiatives and projects
  • Create and maintain Inbound transportation SOPs
  • Support warehouse inventory transfers and ad-hoc shipments as needed
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This Might Describe You

  • Passion for operations and continuous improvement
  • 2+ years of experience in a operations, supply chain, logistics or analytical role preferred
  • Ability to analyze data and generate actionable insights; familiarity with excel a plus
  • Ability to make sound decisions independently and collaboratively
  • Familiarity with major ERP (e.g. Netsuite), TMS, and WMS systems a plus
  • Excellent time management skills, ability to prioritize independently
  • Strong attention to detail and follow through
  • Bias for action and getting stuff done
  • Skilled communicator with excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to move quickly and adapt to change
  • Highly organized and comfortable balancing competing priorities

Benefits

  • Competitive pay
  • Health coverage
  • 401k with employer match
  • Flexible PTO and Paid Parental Leave
  • Amazing mission-driven work culture
  • Opportunity to shape the future of a high-growth, venture-backed company

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