Logistics Supply Chain Coordinator
Goose Island Beer Company is currently looking for a detail oriented team member responsible for coordinating and executing activities surrounding full circle process from order submission to wholesaler delivery.
- Maintain adequate supply of beer at wholesalers, distribution centers, and brewery in order for the company to meet sales strategies.
- Manage the A-B order write process for the craft brewery
- Act as a liaison between the craft brewery and wholesalers for questions on inventory, sales, and data providing accurate information to wholesalers
- Combines many functions of BSC Logistics group (PSC and other managers)
- Works allocations for any non-forecasted brand with 700 wholesalers nationwide.
- Works Near-Overage and inventory movements reducing dump costs of Fulton St. and Cross brewed product throughout the distribution network.
- Shipping cost/BBLs
- Allocations on time and in full
- CDP% - Customer deliver performance
- National Service level for FSB and cross brewed brands
- Bachelor's degree in Finance, Business, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, or related field, or equivalent relevant experience required.
- 2 years business experience in consumer products industry or related industry required.
- Strong problem-solving skills with the ability to analyze and organize data to support recommendations.
- Solid computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite and intermediate Excel skills. Advanced Excel skills or other technical skills a plus.
- Team player with good administrative skills - ability to manage multiple tasks and projects.
- SAP/OBEER ERP experience preferred.
See Inside the Office of Goose Island Brewery
Striving to bring craft beer to the Midwestern masses, Goose Island opened its first brewpub in Chicago in 1988. It was a great success, and since then, Goose Island has expanded to include a large brewery, a bottling plant, and a second brewpub that work together to brew over 50 unique craft beers and distribute them to beer lovers across the country.
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