WE'RE HERE TO BRING DELIGHT TO THE WORLD OF NUTRITION

OLLY is a fast-growing company working to bring simplicity and delight to the world of nutrition. Yes, stuff like vitamins and probiotics. We see only upside in the opportunity to transform the category experience. Not only that, we believe you can't have happy without healthy. And isn't true happiness where it's at? So we've made it our personal mission to help people make healthy choices by making it easier than ever for them to get better nutrition into their daily lives. We're super passionate about the work that we do and we're on the hunt for a fellow self-starter to join our ambitious bunch.

We hope you'll indulge us as we toot our own horn a little. We currently have over 40 products sold nationwide at retailers including Target, CVS, Safeway, Whole Foods, Walmart and many more. We got off to a fast start and have already been recognized as a successful, transformational brand in both the supplement and nutrition categories. As you can imagine we need more rock stars to help us continue the pace as we have high hopes for our future.

OK, one last tidbit or two - in 2019 we joined our friends over at Unilever to help us grow OLLY into a global brand. We are also a B-Corp, so doing social good is built into our DNA and we're headquartered in the heart of San Francisco with a culture that reflects the friendly, optimistic and health-minded values of the brand. Our goal is to build a uniquely special company and brand that will make us all proud! 

BUT ENOUGH ABOUT US LET'S TALK ABOUT YOU

You are welcome at OLLY for who you are, no matter where you come from, what you look like, or what healthy means to you. Our products are for everyone, and so is our workplace. The more voices we have represented and amplified in our business, the more we will all thrive, contribute, and shine. So bring us your personal experience, your perspectives, and your background. It's in our differences that we will find our inspiration to help people be happy from the inside out.

THE ROLE: SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER

Our Senior Project Manager is responsible for working with the cross-functional team within OLLY to own and drive commercialization of our new products as well as optimization of the current OLLY portfolio, with a focus on the most complex, ambiguous, and accelerated projects. You will partner with the Project Management Director to drive PMO strategy and are responsible for driving key process and tool improvements both for the PMO and the broader organization. Reporting to our Project Management Director, this high-impact role will ensure OLLY continues to deliver amazing product experience, hit timeline requirements, and meet our internal cost and quality metrics as we continue to rapidly expand our business. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Independently lead cross-functional project teams in the development and commercialization of products, particularly where there is heightened complexity, ambiguity, or acceleration – ensuring that all projects are delivered on-time, on-budget and on-strategy. Create and trouble shoot project plans that seamlessly integrate workstreams between all cross functional teams. 
  • Lead stage gate presentations with Leadership Team to make go-forward decisions on product launches, including coaching and guiding team to prep appropriate information and details for effective decision making.
  • Manage product changes by guiding decision making on project scope, creating project schedules and liaising with Operations to ensure a seamless transition Interface with both internal and external partners; remove barriers by pre-emptively identifying and mitigating project risks.
  • Conduct ad hoc financial/scenario analysis and manage BOM setup process with the master data manager.
  • Proactively identify opportunities for improvement across process, ways of working and tools. Work with stakeholders to define solutions, drive cross-functional alignment, and manage implementation and adoption.
  • Lead key strategic initiatives and ongoing continuous improvement efforts. 
  • Leverage in-depth knowledge of Project Management fundamentals and best practices (PMP or similar training/experience) and contribute to the coaching and growth of the team.

THE  CANDIDATE
You are a strong team player with a bias for action and creative problem solving, always thinking about contingencies and keeping options in your back pocket for those just-in-case situations. You have a keen attention for detail that helps keep people organized and on task. You excel at distilling complex issues into Cliffs Notes summaries for all levels of the organization and use your great communication skills to forge strong relationships with our external partners. 

CAPABILITIES + SKILLS REQUIRED

  • 7-10 years of experience in project management or new product innovation at a CPG company
  • Proven excellence leading and managing project teams in a highly collaborative and fast-paced business environment, including experience with highly complex programs or innovation.
  • In depth knowledge of Project Management fundamentals and best practices
  • Dynamic problem solver - comfortable challenging assumptions and offering solutions with incomplete information 
  • Transparent, open communicator - great listener who can read between the lines
  • Ability to balance competing interests and ensure all objectives across multiple projects are met in a timely manner
  • Highly organized, detail oriented and self-motivated
  • Great technical prowess - Excel and other MS Office products, expertise with Gantt Charts and either Wrike or similar project management software tools (Asana, Microsoft Project, etc.), background and strong interest in process development and project management principles
  • Master Data, Continuous Improvement principles, and managerial or coaching experience a plus

WHAT TO EXPECT DURING THE INTERVIEW PROCESS

  • Initial video screen with a member of our Talent team
  • Round 1: Conversation with the Hiring Manager + 1-2 conversations with other Ollies on the team
  • Round 2: 2-3 conversations with team or cross functional Ollies
  • Final Round: Homework*

*At OLLY, our final round is called Homework. Candidates who participate in this round are given 3 questions in advance to answer and present to the interview panel they previously spoke with in the process. We understand every candidate is different. If you need a reasonable accommodation to adjust this procedure, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can evaluate and provide other options that work for your needs

THE DETAILS 

LOCATION: San Francisco, CA - Hybrid schedule. Relocation support will be provided for out-of-area candidates.

HOURS: Full time, exempt (salary)

MANAGER: Project Management Director

PLEASE NOTE: Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.  

The pay range for this position is $137,000 - $167,000 dependent on experience.

WHAT WE OFFER: 

  • An opportunity to work with an intelligent, inspiring, and extraordinarily fun team 
  • 100% employer-paid medical coverage for employee only, dental + ortho, and vision insurance 
  • 4 weeks PTO + paid holidays + 12 Mental Health Days per year
  • 100% Paid parental leave, Fertility + Adoption Benefits 
  • Annual Bonus  
  • 401(k) plan with Employer Match 
  • Hybrid Work + Wellness + Cell Phone Stipends 
  • Free product 
  • And much more! 

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