WESCO Site Manager I in Stalowowolski, Poland
As a Site Manager I, you will provide customer and purchasing support, inventory control, and other contract compliance activities through subordinates. You will address complaints and resolve problems, establish and maintain an environment of continuous improvement and cost savings initiatives. Also, you will be accountable for identifying areas of opportunity to increase sales and billing margins. You will manage employees onsite and lead a team of up to 6 employees. You will be responsible for a site spend of up to $10M, for cost savings initiatives up to 2% and provide support to 1-3 cribs.
Coordinates purchasing, customer service, vendor relationships and warehousing activities in accordance with policies, procedures and principles established by WESCO Integrated Supply and the program contract.
Confers with customer to enhance and further implement the program.Evaluates areas for improvement and expanded services.Establishes working relationship and effective communication with key managers and plant staff.
Develops knowledge of customer’s business and plant operations so pertinent information can be communicated to our customers and implemented as needed to enhance our program offering.
Monitors program effectiveness and prepares monthly reports for internal use and the customer on various topics such as cost, sales, performance, service, quality and improvements.
Participates in value added and cost savings ideas to provide information to customers.
Ensures cost savings ideas are generated, documented and submitted to customer for approval by means of e-Crib Cost Savings Ideas database.Additional follow-up as required to obtain customer approval of submitted cost savings.
Ensures cost savings meets or exceeds customer’s annual contractual requirements.
Identifies issues and potential solutions.Suggests program improvements.
Responsible for human resource management at site.
Trains customers and employees on system(s).
Resolves customer payment and billing issues.
Coordinates technical support and value added activities.
Coordinates vendor information sharing activities with customer, including new product launches, value added services, and cost savings initiatives.
Records and researches customer problems and provides them with corrective action solutions.
Creates and maintains accurate inventory item databases.Conducts physical inventories, and cycle count requirements.
3-5 years of experience in inventory or store room management
High School Degree or Equivalent required
Associates’ Degree (U.S.)/College Diploma (Canada) preferred
Combination of formal education and experience is desired for the effective management of a site.
Entrepreneurial style of management.
Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines without exception.
Ability to understand complex problems, the options available, and to pursue the best possible solution with confidence.
Ability to analyze data and tooling requirements and improvements.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret most documents and drawings.
Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints.
Ability to make effective and persuasive presentations on controversial or complex topics to top management, public groups, and others.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Must have valid driver’s license.
Travel Requirements : 0% - 25%
General Office – Work is generally performed within an office environment, with standard office equipment. Lighting and temperature are adequate and there are no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust, etc.
Warehouse – Work is generally performed in a warehouse environment. The noise level is moderately quiet. Generally well ventilated and well lighted. Warehouse employees may be exposed to all kinds of weather and may be required to wear protective clothing. Operates heavy equipment. Strict safety regulations may be required.
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