Location: Remote

About Hello Bello:

Hello Bello is so much more than just a baby company – we're on a mission. We believe in 'Premium for All' and are committed to creating the highest quality products at the most reasonable cost, because every child deserves the best. We believe in doing better for babies, parents, and the planet. We believe in doing good and giving back. We believe in exceeding expectations and going above and beyond. And while it's all serious business to us, we also believe in having fun – and we try to with product design, content, and community. And obviously with each other, too. Join us!

Role Summary: 

Hello Bello is looking for a highly skilled Buyer who will coordinate activities involved with procuring goods and services, such as raw materials, equipment, tools, parts and supplies. You will provide hands-on support to our procurement team by sourcing and onboarding new partners, as well as strengthening our partner network by tracking and improving key partner metrics including speed, quality, and pricing. Strong communication, negotiation, planning and problem-solving skills are essential to the success in this role.

Responsibility:

  • Build strong and ongoing relationships with multiple suppliers and ensure they consistently meet our quality standards
  • Translates ERP system generated requirements and places timely purchase orders to suppliers to meet production demand
  • Manage the acquisition of raw materials, ensure efficient inventory and optimum stock levels for operations
  • Track and analyze buying activities and data. Prepare reports as needed and apply the results to purchasing decisions
  • Analyze inventory levels of components for co-pack needs in order to avoid unnecessary labor and material costs 
  • Leverage MRP functionality to drive materials planning and procurement execution. Ensure supporting Master Data (BOM, item attributes, safety stock, lead-time, etc.) is managed to support systemic supply management
  • Identify and resolve supply exceptions by expediting purchase orders and re-allocating existing inventory 
  • Monitor the performance of suppliers, assessing their ability to meet quality and delivery requirements; identify and qualify new suppliers

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Purchasing or other related field 
  • 3+ years of experience in purchasing, procurement, materials planning and/or supply chain in a fast-paced consumer goods and/or manufacturing environment
  • Hands on experience in MRP, ERP and/or systems specifically related to inventory control, materials requirements planning, item master, demand planning, and production planning
  • Ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders in all levels of the organization
  • Ability to build strong relationships with external suppliers and vendors with an emphasis on trust and communication 

Benefits & Perks:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • 401k and FSA option at your discretion 
  • Paid Vacation and Holidays
  • Employee discounts on Hello Bello products

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