Randstad Program Manager in Sunnyvale, California

Program Manager

job details:

  • location:Sunnyvale, CA

  • salary:$51.87 - $58.45 per hour

  • date posted:Thursday, May 31, 2018

  • experience:0 years

  • job type:Contract

  • industry:Business Services

  • reference:140495

job description

Program Manager

Contract position: An American multinational corporation specializing in Internet-related services and products is currently seeking a Reverse Logistics Program Manager in the Sunnyvale, CA area. This is a 1-year CONTRACT position. No per diem available.

Responsibilities for the Program Manager

  • Manage vendor operations to meet all Reverse Logistics metrics as per agreement. Improve and document processes and implement to appropriate teams.

  • Identify issues, bottlenecks, dependencies, and key decisions points in the reverse logistics process and engage with internal / external partners to resolve issues.

  • Own the development, maintenance and revision of the reverse logistics processes, templates and SOPs through the operations. Ensure escalation of any roadblock issues and follow up in a timely, committed manner.

Requirements for the Program Manager

  • Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, Logistics, or a related discipline.Minimum of 5 years of project management experience.

  • Knowledge of warehouse operations and Reverse Logistics experience. Proven track record of process improvements.

Benefits

  • 401K

  • Health Insurance

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