Want to work for NIner?
The Position: Operations Manager
We are seeking an Operations Manager to report directly to the President and is responsible for Customer Service, Purchasing and Logistics. The ideal candidate has a strong background in business with management experience in manufacturing and distribution. The position requires strong business acumen and a proven ability to manage people and deadlines.
- Ordering and tracking inventory levels of all sku’s.
- Preparing management reports.
- Ensure the company meets its financial objectives
- Oversee operations, customer service, and information systems.
- Source, develop and maintain relationships and negotiate with key vendors.
- Recruit, hire, train, review and promote employees; development of incentive plans.
- Help develop and implement IT Strategy to support company growth
To apply for position:
- Must be reliable, have a positive attitude, and be team oriented.
- Passionate, proactive and visionary individual.
- Strong oral and written communication.
- Ability to provide creative solutions; persistent, timely follow through; and a high level of detail and accuracy to all projects.
- Must be able to handle multiple projects and be able to set goals and priorities.
- Strong people skills and results-oriented manager.
- Computer Skills: Word, Excel, Outlook, and other major accounting software.
- Submit cover letter as to why you are qualified for the position and background information about yourself
- Submit current resume
- Please include in detail: hobbies and outside activities away from work
- Complete salary history of last 3 positions held
- Please list all software platforms you are experienced with. Ie: Quickbooks, Netsuite, Microsoft Office, Photoshop etc.
<O></O>Position Type: Full Time
- Salary - depends on experience
- Bonus schedule
- Health Benifits
Willing to Travel: A few trade shows a year.
Minimum Experience Required: 1-3 years
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Contact Name: Chris Sugai
Last edited by Niner Bikes; 06-18-2010 at 07:56 PM.
When I saw this my first thought was don't try & find a hit man to get Lynx over the web that would be just nuts.
Interesting, Ops Mgr, but also responsible for IT and needs knowledge of accounting SW?
I guess reflects it being a small company. Typically Ops is separate from the other 2 in decent sized Mfg/Dist companies.
as much as i like the niner guys.
this job description shows they have not much of an idea how an organization should look like. its more of a check list with existing deficiencies.
Sounds like a great job and it would be awesome to work in an industry, and for a company, that would be a lot of fun. BUT, it is in California...........no thanks.
I was hoping it'd be a job listing for "parts tester"
Originally Posted by Andrea138
They have customers for that .
I will take it
I have a MBA and a winning personality Plus, I ride a Niner. Oh, I hate Southern California, so I would need to work out of the Columbia River Gorge. I will need six figures and I must admit I do spend some time on a 26er.
I did the same thing. I have been in management for a shipping company for 5 years, so it would be possible, then I saw the CA thing too... no thanks.
Originally Posted by Spinone
Interesting y'all are anti-California. What's the basis for that thinking? High costs? Something else?
Seriously, I'm curious. I'm born and raised in the Golden State and as screwed up as it is, I have no real intentions of ever leaving (hard to beat year-round riding, camping, and so on). Most people I know who started here and moved away wish they could come back but can't afford it.
What is it that keeps people away?
As for the job listing, I agree with the post that said it sounded like a list of deficiencies in the company. Ops Mgr is my area, but not with Finance and IT responsibilities!
I'd work for them
Of course, I don't know squat about manufacturing and distribution, but they seem like a good company to work for. In just a short few years their name struck, and that's saying something. In addition I also ride 650b and 26er that may disqualify me.
Originally Posted by cycleboy
I can't speak for anyone else; one's preference for a place to live and raise a family are very personal. Please don't take offense at my personal reasons for not wanting to live in California.
Working as a management consultant in the distribution and logistics industry for the past 11 years I have had plenty of extended projects located in California. While it is a beautiful place geographically and I have met many great people, I could never live in your state.
The state's progressive politics are too anti-liberty and they have managed to destroy California's economy. My belief system is one in which I believe in self-sufficiency and small government. I wish to raise my son in an environment that respects the individual, promotes ethical decision making, and encourages high morals. I know there are a lot of great people in California but for a place to raise my family, California doesn't make the grade.
Now if I can only figure out how to stop the Californication of Colorado.........
For me, I think I could happily live in Northern Cal, if I were paid enough to cover the high cost of living. Southern Ca is just too populated, too hot, and too expensive. Not to mention the politics as stated above, though I could get past that for the right price, the heat and the overpopulation, I couldn't get paid enough to deal with.
Originally Posted by cycleboy
Spinone, no offense taken whatsoever. I know full well some people can't stand this state and I definitely recognize it has some serious issues, particularly at the moment w/ the state of the economy. Politically, sometimes this state is in its own realm, ideologically different from anywhere else in the nation.
To each his/her own. It's good that not everyone wants to live here, or we'd be even more crowded!
Oh yeah, and I know quite a few who have gone from here to Colorado! Sorry, but the Californication of your state seems to be unstoppable, just as in Wash and Oregon.