At RightHand Robotics, we have a rapidly growing, and highly capable team building robotic piece-picking solutions and deploying them globally. Our products empowering the world’s largest warehouses. If you’re simultaneously excited and a bit terrified about what this could mean for you, good! If working hands-on with robots on a daily basis intrigues you, even better - read on!

We are seeking a self-motivated individual to join our growing Operations team as a Supply Chain and Purchasing Specialist. Your primary responsibility in this role will be to oversee and drive the supply chain, procurement and inventory process in a detailed and organized manner. 

Outside of the Operation’s organization, you will join a diverse team with expertise spanning machine learning, software, mechanical & electrical engineering, manufacturing, deployment, sales and finance - this role will interact on a daily basis with all members across the organization.  

Who you are:

  • Have BS/BA in supply chain management, economics, finance, accounting, or a relevant field and 1-3 years of professional experience
  • Approach your work with an emphasis on accuracy and attention to detail
  • Have excellent written, verbal and organizational skills
  • You learn new things quickly and can teach others
  • Self managed and team oriented

What you will do:

  • Source, purchase, inventory control, and identify the needed goods or supplies.
  • Perform analysis of demand, sales forecasts, and historical material usage to develop a build to forecast plans.
  • Interface with various departments and personnel to ensure that inventory levels are adequate for customer orders
  • Utilize data analysis and reporting to support supply chain strategies, cost reduction efforts, inventory reduction targets, and compliance.
  • Drive process improvement initiatives, including understanding & recommending operational changes to ensure the efficient supply and movement of goods.
  • Own procurement processes to ensure efficiency, cost savings, lead time reductions, documentation and best practices are followed and resolve discrepancies
  • Triage purchase requests and maintain/update the purchasing log with status information
  • Initiate email approval process and ensure correct approver (s) are in the loop on every purchase request
  • Generate and send purchase orders via RHR purchasing and inventory management software and ensure the proper documentation is submitted
  • Oversee websites where we have accounts or terms (mcmaster, etc.)
  • Keep supplier information updated
  • Execute P-card purchases

Our perks include:

  • The opportunity to make an immediate and visible impact in an early stage company with lots of potential
  • Play a key role in the scale of an Operations department
  • Passionate and fun teammates
  • Flexible vacation and work schedule
  • Ability to work onsite mixed with some remote opportunities
  • Generous premium coverage for medical plans
  • Most importantly, ROBOTS, galore!

RightHand Robotics (RHR) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We have an ongoing commitment to the creation of a workplace free of discrimination and harassment. RHR recruits, hires, trains, and promotes individuals in all job titles without regard to race, color, sex, religion, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, veteran status, marital status, genetic information, height, weight, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law. At RHR, we are committed to a fair and equitable workplace where everyone is a respected and a valued member of the team.

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