Operations/Logistics Technician

The Logistics Technician will play a key role at the interface of the operations and sales teams at Wild Earth. It requires strong attention to detail and a knack for organization. This person must be able to handle balancing the needs of our DTC enterprise as well retail/wholesale operations, while maintaining the flexibility required to function in a start-up environment.

Primary Duties/Responsibilities:

- Manage and monitor inventory for all finished goods, raw material ingredients and R&D materials across warehouses

- Use of inventory management systems to manage customer profiles, orders, shipping and invoicing. Oversees deduction management and clearing with accounting teams.

- Engage with production teams to ensure inventory is always available and in stock

- Process orders from sales teams, performing all duties through delivery

- Manage any third-party relationships with warehouses, freight carriers, and fulfillment partners

- Analyze velocity, shipping cadence, and other sales data, and create reports for leadership team

- Interact with accounting teams

- Work with customer support to handle fulfillment, invoicing and/or carrier claims.

- Loading / Unloading delivery vehicles

- Conduct general maintenance and upkeep of warehouse

- Maintain shipping and receiving logs

- Conduct inventory rotations when needed

Experience & Skills:

- Previous logistics experience or prior work experience in a warehouse a plus

- Excellent verbal and written communication

- Proficient use of excel and other inventory tracking software

- Positive, helpful attitude

- Pallet jack usage (training provided)

- High level of attention to cleanliness and quality

- Ability to lift 50 lbs

Wild Earth is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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