Expectations are many- good results are the pay off
East Coast Division Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee) – Work at Home – October 24, 2016
Daily tasks include morning cleanup of any SAP inventory- driven issues from the previous evening. Then APO order building, daily calls and distributor contact fill the day. Out of stock prevention is a major focus. Safety stock review as well as stock levels are monitored several time a day.
I've learned that building solid, trusting relationships with peers, outside groups, partners and customers is key to staying efficient and performing at the expected level. Staying available for support breeds reciprocity.
Management is supportive, open and willing to accept honest feedback. Developing their people is job one.
My co-workers are like minded, hard working and supportive. Our role in the company requires self-starters, and people who are doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.
The hardest part of the job is taking time off. Even with backup support, the autonomy of the role means sometimes having to work some hours,even while on vacation.
The best part of this job is the result we provide as a cost savings function, as well as a revenue supporting function. Knowing that our group has been able to influence plan results is gratifying, and insuring our home and office group has the product is needs to drive revenue is of the utmost importance.
Autonomy, close work relationships, great work environment
Expectations are many, long days.