Warby Parker is on the lookout for a dynamic Director of Logistics to continually optimize and improve our logistics network. In this role, you’ll create and implement practices to exceed our customers’ expectations and improve efficiency by overseeing distribution and fulfillment, transportation and trade compliance, and inventory control. As a mentor and coach, you'll help maximize your team’s drive for results, customer empathy, and long-term vision for logistic harmony. Our ideal candidate is thoughtful, deliberate, and confident without an ego—you take your work seriously, but not yourself. Sound like your dream gig? Read on!


What you’ll do:

  • Lead all logistics, warehouse, and freight activities across the business
  • Liaise with our freight forwarders, 3PLs, and other external partners to guarantee timely, accurate inventory delivery and system compliance (resolving any systematic or physical non-conformances)
  • Manage the process, team, systems, and optimization projects across inventory control, transportation and trade compliance, and distribution and fulfillment
  • Direct all shipping, receiving, and return processing activities to meet and exceed our service level requirements
  • Deploy a standardized and optimized inbound and outbound logistics network with the goal of minimizing total system cost and maximizing profitability, while, of course, delivering superior customer service
  • Own the relationship with and performance of our 3PL network of distribution centers
  • Ensure the team is reviewing system errors/notifications to eliminate negative customer impacts, and report system performance items to the internal development team for continuous improvement


Who you are:

  • Backed by 10–15 years of experience in supply chain and logistics roles with expertise managing in-house distribution facilities or 3PLs
  • Equipped with a bachelor’s degree in business, logistics, supply chain management, or another related field
  • A highly analytical thinker with a keen eye for detail
  • A positive thinker and leader with an infectious can-do attitude
  • A strong cross-functional collaborator
  • Agile, flexible, and excited by a fast-paced work environment
  • Able to lead high-visibility projects from start to finish and drive measurable results 
  • Ready to travel up to 15% of the time
  • Not on the Office of Inspector General’s List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (LEIE)


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