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Sr. Director, Logistics and Aftermarket Operations

Goodwill Industries of Northern New England

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Goodwill Northern New England is an influential social enterprise that creates jobs, delivers needed services for people with diverse challenges, uses environmentally friendly products and processes — all while earning revenue to pay for and expand innovative workforce services in Maine, New Hampshire and northern Vermont. We operate retail stores, workforce offices, neurorehabilition centers, residences for people needing 24/7 support and a cleaning/property service.

Feel good about where you work. At Goodwill Northern New England — good works here!


Feel good about where you work!

Goodwill Northern New England is an influential social enterprise that creates jobs, delivers needed services for people with diverse challenges, and uses environmentally friendly products and processes — all while earning revenue to pay for and expand innovative workforce services in Maine, New Hampshire and northern Vermont. We operate retail stores, employment services, neuro rehabilitation centers, residences for people needing 24/7 support and cleaning/property services.

Goodwill Northern New England — good works here!

Job Summary: A brief, general statement of the more important functions and responsibilities of the job

1) Provides senior level leadership and strategic oversight to Goodwill’s after-market, logistics, inventory, and warehousing operations in alignment with agency’s mission critical triple bottom line sustainability objective.

  • Ensures alignment with agency’s mission critical triple bottom line sustainability objective.
  • Promotes and develops ethical sustainable business practices while actively supporting Goodwill’s integrated human services model.  

2) Represents the Agency in all interactions with other members of the Goodwill community and with the general public, supporting the agency Vision of creating sustainable communities that thrive through the fullest participation of their diverse residents.

3) Furthers the organizational commitment to triple bottom line results: integrating social, economic and environmental goals into thinking, planning and actions.

Essential Functions: The fundamental duties of a position; the things a person holding the job absolutely must be able to do with or without reasonable accommodation.

Communication: Functions that pertain to various forms of interacting and collaborating with others.

  • Translates agency strategic directives into actionable, achievable objectives that are communicated to assigned department leaders in the form of specific operational plans and measurable objectives.

Knowledge: Functions that pertain to learning and maintaining levels of information necessary for success.

  • Experience with material flow management systems to meet production requirements
  • Knowledge of optimal transportation modes, routing, current equipment, a cube efficiency 
  • Federal commercial vehicle laws as well as rules governing operator labor
  • Six Sigma Certification or comparable experience
  • Actively seeks new and current trending sustainable business practices Demand planning and inventory management required.

Administration: Functions that pertain to daily activities of running a business

  • Create and recommend policies or procedures for specific to logistics activities
  • Maintains, creates and presents metrics, reports, process documentation, customer service logs, or training or safety records
  • Ensure the accuracy and timely delivery of merchandise in the most reliable, efficient and cost effective manner
  • Responsible for purchase and maintenance of all MH equipment through Retail
  • Manages inventory of Donated Goods and Supplies for all of Retail consumption

Supervision: Functions that pertain to oversight of individuals, departments, or business units.

  • Directs and optimizes the retail department’s revenue generation efforts, including, but not limited to, salvage and outlet operations, and after-market recycling and sales
  • Directs and optimizes the retail departments logistics, new goods, and environmental impact expense efforts, including, but not limited to transportation, warehousing, 3 PL, centralized production, retail equipment, retail trash, retail cogs

Financial: Functions that pertain to the fiscal responsibility of a department or business unit

  • Pro-actively develops mission aligned business plans and supporting annual budgeting materials
  • Achieves monthly and yearly financial goals as assigned
Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications: The lowest level of qualifications accepted for this position.
•Bachelor’s degree or comparable experience in logistics, warehousing, or transportation
•7+ year’s progressive management experience
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills
•High level computer skills, including knowledge and understanding of agency POS application
•Proven business analytical skills
•Valid driver’s license permitting operation of a vehicle in the State of Maine/New Hampshire/Vermont satisfactory driving record
•Criminal background check that meets Agency standards

Preferred Qualifications: Qualifications which, in addition to the minimums, help describe the ideal applicant
•Experience in logistics, warehousing or transportation
•Lean, Six Sigma, or PMP

How to Apply:

Apply Online at goodwillnne.org/jobs

Job Location:

Gorham

Date Added: September 26, 2017

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