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  • Logistics Manager

    WORK ENVIRONMENTProfessionals in Navy purchasing, supply and logistics work in offices, shore-based warehouses, air cargo terminals at naval air stations and aboard ships. Pursuing opportunities at institutions such as Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or Navy War College (NWC) Organize and operate Navy post offices, ashore and afloat
    $63k-86k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • Fleet Distribution Supervisor

    Here at Avis Budget Group we're more than just rentals-although over 70 years of experience and 11,000 locations in 180 countries has taught us a thing or two about that.
    $24k-33k yearly est.16d ago
  • Lab Sample Logistics & Warehouse

    BioLife Plasma Services is a subsidiary of Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd.
    $34k-53k yearly est.4d ago
  • Logistics Manager

    A big part of life on a Navy ship is making sure the right items arrive at the right time. As a Supply Corps Officer, that means you're making sure the right sonar parts arrive so technicians can make repairs, or the right medicines show up on the way to a humanitarian mission across the world, or simply that tonight's meal is ready for Sailors on your ship. Navy missions rely on having logistics down to a science, which is why Supply Corps Officers are so valuable. These Sailors know how to get just about anything to anywhere at any time, no matter the distance. Officer None What to Expect Navy Supply Corps Officer More Information Responsibilities The success and safety of every mission depends on getting needed supplies, materials and equipment at a moment's notice. Supply Corps Officers make sure the Navy has what it needs, when it needs it. Responsibilities for this job may include: Analyzing the demand for supplies and forecast future needs Ensuring all parts and equipment needed for ship maintenance and repairs are ordered and received on time Overseeing all retail services, logistics and culinary operations Managing the inspection, shipping, handling and packaging of supplies and equipment Directing personnel who receive inventory and issue supplies and equipment Evaluating bids and proposals submitted by potential suppliers Maintaining budgets Studying ways to use space and distribute supplies efficiently Determining the fastest, most economical way to transport cargo or personnel Overseeing the handling of special items such as medicine and explosives Work Environment Professionals in Navy purchasing, supply and logistics work in offices, shore-based warehouses, air cargo terminals at naval air stations and aboard ships and submarines. The diverse working locations provide a variety of excellent opportunities for expanding knowledge and skills in inventory management, financial management, procurement and warehouse management. Training & Advancement Those pursuing a Supply Corps Officer position are required to attend Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Newport, RI. OCS is a program that provides a comprehensive and intense introduction to the responsibilities of Navy Staff Corps Officers over the course of approximately three months. Here they learn about the military structure of the U.S. Navy, its rich history of traditions and customs, leadership development and military etiquette. Once that training is complete, you will learn the ins and outs of life as a Supply Corps Officer through the following specialized training programs: Navy Supply School (27 weeks) in Newport, RI, for training in inventory management, food and retail operations, leadership, management and problem solving. Advanced Training Advanced training for prospective Supply Corps Officers may also be available. This specialized training may cover subjects including transportation management, freight classifications, methods of working with civilian carriers and special handling of medical goods and explosives. Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. Post-Service Opportunities It's also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields like logistics and business management. Education Opportunities Wherever you are in your professional career, the Navy can help ease your financial burdens and advance your career with generous financial assistance and continuing education programs. Opportunities for further education within this platform include: An MBA in Logistics Management from The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or a number of their approved CIVINS (Civilian Institutions) An MBA in Petroleum Management from the University of Kansas Navy College Program VOLED Assistance Center VOLED Region Advisors Navy War College (NWC) USAF Air University Air Command and Staff College Qualifications & Requirements A degree from a four-year college or university is a minimum educational requirement to become a Commissioned Officer . You must also attend Officer Training. There may be exceptions to the degree requirements based on extensive service experience. To qualify for employment consideration as a Supply Corps Officer in the Navy, you must be a U.S. citizen, be qualified for sea duty and be willing to serve worldwide. Degrees in business, science, technology, engineering and mathematics are preferred but not required. A graduate degree is preferred by not required. General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you're currently serving , whether you've served before or whether you've never served before . Part-Time Opportunities Serving part-time in the Navy Reserve, your duties will be carried out during your scheduled drilling and training periods. During monthly drilling, Supply Corps Officers in the Navy Reserve typically work at a location close to their homes. This gives you the flexibility to expand your profession in the Navy without compromising your civilian career at home. For annual training, Supply Corps Officers may serve anywhere in the world, whether at sea or on shore stations at home and abroad. Take a moment to learn more about the general roles and responsibilities of Navy Reserve Sailors . Most of what you do in the Navy Reserve is considered training. The basic Navy Reserve commitment involves training a minimum of one weekend a month (referred to as drilling) and two weeks a year (referred to as Annual Training) - or the equivalent. Supply Corps Officers in the Navy Reserve serve in an Officer role. Before receiving the ongoing professional training that comes with this job, initial training requirements must first be met. For current or former Navy Officers (NAVET): Prior experience satisfies the initial leadership training requirement - so you will not need to go through Officer Training again. Officers who previously held a commission in another United States Military Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Public Health Service, or United States Coast Guard are exempt from attending ODS or LDO/CWO Academy.
    $58k-83k yearly est.11d ago
  • Evening (2nd) Shift Warehouse Manager

    The Evening (2nd) Shift Warehouse Manager is an important position at our company and is responsible for overseeing a team of 10-15 employees. M.Price Distributing Co. - One of the leading Beverage Distributors in Southeast Virginia is currently looking to fill the position of Night Shift Warehouse Manager.
    $42k yearly3d ago
  • Director - Distributed Energy Resource Management (DER) - Hybrid / Remote

    At Tetra Tech, we are collaborating with industry-leading experts for a sustainable future for our world. Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion-dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in more than 470 locations around the world.
    $83k-119k yearly est.24d ago
  • Water Distribution trades Manager

    The Department of Environmental Services (DES) is seeking a dynamic Water Distribution Trades Manager to join our Water Sewer and Streets Bureau.
    $51k-71k yearly est.6d ago
  • Integrated Operations Logistics and Maintainability Lead - HEO (Space/Satellite Systems)

    Additionally, the Lead produces statements of work and requirements for logistics providers, develops contract deliverables, flows safety requirements to customers and providers, and assists the CDFF IOPS Mission Operations Lead in development of Logistics and Maintenance operations procedures. Finally, the L&M Lead provides on-console support of all in-flight logistics and maintenance activities occurring on the CDFF. Join Northrop Grumman on our continued mission to push the boundaries of possible across land, sea, air, space, and cyberspace. The L&M Lead reports to the Manager, IOPS Systems Engineering. The Northrop Grumman Space Corporation (NGSC) Integrated Operations (IOPS) team is seeking a candidate to fill the role of Logistics and Maintainability Lead (L&M Lead) for the NGSC Commercial Destination Free Flyer (CDFF) space station. Essential items for which the L&M Lead is responsible: The L&M Lead must develop Concepts of Operations, processes, procedures, requirements, and services to satisfy customer cargo requirements and CDFF maintenance requirements.
    $129k-187k yearly8d ago
  • Distribution Center Manager

    * Ensure distribution center is compliant with all health and safety regulations. * Ensure distribution center layout is efficient and space managed to support changing business and product flow * Initiate, coordinate, and enforce optimal operational policies and procedures.
    $65k-80k yearly2d ago
  • Principal Ops Logistic Assoc

    This person will provide facilities management support, office communications management support, office computer management support, property management and logistics support to all SED offices including incoming personnel. The Contractor shall maintain knowledge and awareness of all policies regarding the management of NRO property and spaces. In support of the Director, Deputy Director, Chief of Staff and SED offices, task include: * Consistent with NI 120-1-3 (Property Management) the Contractor shall coordinate, integrate, and execute SED's Property Management in Support of SEO's Custodial Property Officer (CPO). * Coordinate, integrate, and execute troubleshooting for all SEO facilities, equipment, and office spaces (through tracked SED Customer Service Requests, Work Orders, custodial receipts for designated items, and Material Requests) * Coordinate, integrate, and conduct SED office space data calls, surveys, and office space executive boards. The Contractor shall maintain the SED Office floor plan. * Update, deliver, and maintain furniture and logistics requirements and supplies within the SED's office space to include, but not be limited to, coordinating repairs and replenishment. * Update, deliver, and maintain progress reports to SED management on requests for additional office space and facility modifications/ construction. * Coordinate, integrate, and execute research, complete appropriate paperwork, and submit purchase requests for Government for all supplies, materials, and equipment on behalf of SED. * Using NRO Supply Center, the Contractor shall update, deliver, and maintain office supplies including, but not limited to restocking paper, supplies for copiers, printers and fax machines, and coordinating maintenance and repair of office equipment. * Coordinate, integrate, and conduct annual audit on NRO accountable property and SEO property ensuring identification and use in the assigned area, and documenting and reporting any change in status to SEO management. Job Requirements Education: Required: High School Diploma/GED Desired: Associates or higher (any focus) Experience: * 5+yrs of relevant experience * NRO experience desired * IC Logistics experience desired Clearance: TS/SCI w/CI Poly Work, Physical and Mental Requirements * Please see standard Work, Physical and Mental Requirements for all Quantech roles. Work Environment: This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, scanners, filing cabinets and fax machines. Physical Demands: This is largely a sedentary role mostly sitting; however, some filing maybe required. This would require the ability to move files, or boxes with file data, open filing cabinets and bend or stand as necessary, ability to lift up to 40lbs. Mental Demands: Reading; communicate effectively (verbal and written); maintain emotional control and professionalism. Security clearance required TSSCI CI Poly Travel 0 - 10%
    $63k-92k yearly est.57d ago
  • Logistics/Warehouse Manager (OCONUS)

    The Logistics/Warehouse Manager will facilitate supervising the daily operation and administration of the warehouse facility. SOSi is seeking a Logistics/Warehouse Manager to join a large medical support services program in Iraq in support of our U.S. government customer. If the position is accepted by the incumbent on the job, other applications/resumes of non-incumbents will not be reviewed.
    $33k-59k yearly est.22d ago
  • Logistics Cluster Manager, ADC InfraOps Logistics

    The Logistics Manager is responsible for the oversight of multiple spare parts rooms located in staffed and un-staffed Data Centers. Amazon Web Services is seeking a motivated professional for a Data Center Logistics Manager position. Amazon's culture of inclusion is reinforced within our 16 Leadership Principles, which remind team members to seek diverse perspectives, learn and be curious, and earn trust.
    $64k-93k yearly est.31d ago
  • Warehouse Manager

    At Kelly Professional and Industrial, we're all about helping you discover what's next in your career. #careerbuilder As part of our promise to talent, Kelly supports those who work with us through a variety of benefits, perks, and work-related resources. What's a typical day as an Warehouse Manager? Why you should apply to be an Warehouse Manager: Kelly offers eligible employees voluntary benefit plans including medical, dental, vision, telemedicine, term life, whole life, accident insurance, critical illness, a legal plan, and short-term disability.
    $35 hourly6d ago
  • Partner Manager, Distributor

    The Partner Manager - Distributor is responsible for the development and implementation of market access strategies and plans to grow market share through distribution. Rockwell Automation is a global technology leader focused on helping the world's manufacturers be more productive, sustainable, and agile.
    $87k-113k yearly est.20d ago
  • Logistics Manager

    WORK ENVIRONMENTProfessionals in Navy purchasing, supply and logistics work in offices, shore-based warehouses, air cargo terminals at naval air stations and aboard ships. Pursuing opportunities at institutions such as Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or Navy War College (NWC) Organize and operate Navy post offices, ashore and afloat
    $63k-86k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • Manager, Medical Operations and Logistics Manager

    SOSi takes affirmative action in support of its policy to advance diversity and inclusion of individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. SOSi is seeking a Medical Operations and Logistics Manager to join a large medical program supporting the SOSi medical operations, developing and maintaining an international supply chain needed to support medical services in Iraq and other locations.
    $65k-97k yearly est.22d ago
  • Civilian Planning & Logistics (Senior Manager)

    If so, consider an opportunity with Deloitte and our practitioners.
    $95k-130k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • Distribution Manager, U.S. Chemical

    The Distribution Manager is the principal contact between US Chemical and our customers This individual will be responsible for ensuring complete customer satisfaction and retaining, as well as growing, our customer base in order to generate the sales revenue necessary for U.S. Chemical. As a full-time employee of Diversey, you will be eligible to enroll in our robust benefits package on your first day which includes, but is not limited to, the following. Should you require a reasonable accommodation in order to complete the hiring process, please contact our Human Resources Department at hrquestions_us@diversey.
    $78.2k-103.9k yearly30d ago
  • Warehouse Manager

    Job DescriptionLocation is Oakland, CA (NOT A REMOTE POSITION) Responsibilities: - Manage receiving, processing, and organizing inventory - Oversee shipments, including packing, delivery, and tracking - Maintain accurate inventory records - Ensure efficient use of warehouse space - Monitor and manage inventory - Supervise and train warehouse staff - Ensure compliance with safety and security policies and procedures - Assist with other warehouse tasks as needed Requirements: - Previous experience in warehouse management - Excellent organizational and time management skills - Strong leadership and communication skills - Ability to work independently and as part of a team - Familiarity with warehouse safety and security protocols - Ability to operate standard office computer systems --MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK, background check will be performed. This is a seasonal, part-time role, and requires a flexible work schedule. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with a dynamic team of professionals. Pay is dependent on experience. If interested, please apply with your cover letter.
    $35k-63k yearly est.4d ago
  • Shipping Receiving

    Company Description For over fifty years, RPS Composites has provided customers with engineered composite solutions for corrosive fluid handling operations Company DescriptionFor over fifty years, RPS Composites has provided customers with engineered composite solutions for corrosive fluid handling operations
    $26k-35k yearly est.2d ago

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Average Salary For a Distribution Manager

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Distribution Manager is $89,264 per year or $43 per hour. The highest paying Distribution Manager jobs have a salary over $128,000 per year while the lowest paying Distribution Manager jobs pay $62,000 per year

Updated June 7, 2023
Average Distribution Manager Salary
$86,453 yearly
$43 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a Distribution Manager

Operations Manager

Operations managers are in charge of running the main business of the organization. They ensure that the business is running smoothly from an operations standpoint. They make sure that the processes in place produce the necessary output by implementing quality control measures. They also manage finances and ensure that there is enough budget to keep the operations of the business running. They also ensure that the production of goods or services is cost-efficient. Operations managers also handle people-related concerns. They are responsible for interviewing candidates, choosing the ones to hire, and ensuring that individuals assigned to operations are properly trained.

Warehouse Manager

Warehouse managers oversee the overall operations of a company's warehouse. They manage the inventory by ensuring that the inventory records are updated and accurate. They tend to deliveries and check all items. They ensure that items in the warehouse are appropriately stored and secured. They also supervise the shipping of items from the warehouse and ensure that the correct products are delivered. Warehouse managers continuously find ways to improve the efficiency of warehouse operations. Warehouse managers manage warehouse personnel as well, ensuring that they are trained well and motivated to work.

Logistics Manager

The person in charge of coordinating, purchasing, and distributing products in a supply chain is called logistics manager. Logistic managers are supply specialists that are responsible for the overall supply chain management. They supervise employees to maintain safety in the workplace, resolve customer's issues and complaints, and develop strategies for operations. Also, they are responsible for collaborating and negotiating with manufacturers, suppliers, retailers, and consumers. These highly-detailed professionals maintain precise records of inventory and ensure that supply chain processes are regularly operating.

General Manager

A general manager is responsible for handling the overall operations in the business. General managers manage the staff tasks efficiently, monitor the productivity and efficiency of the work environment, implement new strategies to improve the business performance, recognize the team's best efforts, and effective allocation of budget resources. A general manager must have excellent communication, decision-making, and critical-thinking skills to identify areas of improvement in handling customer complaints, connecting with vendors and other lines of businesses that will direct the company towards its successful objectives.

Director Of Distribution

A distribution director spearheads and oversees an organization's distribution procedures, ensuring efficiency and smooth workflow. It is their duty to coordinate with different departments to identify and understand the distribution needs, set goals and guidelines, manage budgets and schedules, delegate tasks among managers, develop strategies to optimize operations, and present reports to the executives and shareholders. They must also liaise with externals parties, building positive relationships with them. Moreover, a distribution director must lead and encourage the workforce to reach goals while monitoring the progress of operations.

Illustrated Career Paths For a Distribution Manager