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Project Manager - Supply Chain

  • Job
    Full-time
    Senior Level
  • Business, Operations & Strategy
    Logistics
  • $98.7K - $164.4K
  • Seattle
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AI generated summary

  • You need a Bachelor's Degree, 6+ years of IT project management experience, PMP certification, strong experience with WMS, ERP, and logistics, as well as technical oversight skills. Experience in retail or multiple business channels is a plus.
  • You will be responsible for defining project requirements, managing resources, overseeing timelines, driving requirements collection, providing project updates, ensuring quality standards, managing project budget, and facilitating user training for supply chain projects at Tommy Bahama.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree in IS, Business, or equivalent experience
  • PMP Certification is a plus
  • Generally, 6+ years of progressive IT project management experience
  • Experience working with Warehouse Management Systems, Supply Chain/Logistics, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications
  • Strong project management skills and experience with project management tools like MS Project or equivalent
  • Experience working as the technical project manager overseeing the work of technical resources (software vendors, developers, functional analysts and IT staff)
  • Experience in multiple business channel companies or the retail apparel industry a plus
  • Experience working with Confluence, Jira, Smartsheet a plus
  • SQL/Python experience a plus

Responsibilities

  • Own the definition, documentation and prioritization of business requirements for new initiatives to ensure projects meet business needs and objectives.
  • Develop and maintain the overall Project Plan to manage the resources and activities to the schedule and provide leadership a clear line of site on the project timeline
  • Drive functional and technical requirements collection and prioritization with business partners and/or internal resources
  • Manage the work of project resources to ensure successful project execution (both internal and external resources, including third-party vendors)
  • Own meeting agendas, schedules and outcomes
  • Provide regular project updates with the Core Team, Extended Business Groups, and Leadership
  • Define, manage and execute project quality standards and user testing
  • Identify system user training needs; design, manage and oversee delivery of user training
  • Create functional and operational documentation and transition to IT operational support teams
  • Facilitate and execute project retrospectives
  • Provide ongoing monitoring of the project budget; review, approve and track vendor invoices
  • Oversee the Change Control process for any changes / adjustments to overall project scope
  • Work closely with technology infrastructure team to detect, diagnose and remediate production issues

FAQs

What is the primary focus of the Project Manager for Supply Chain role?

The primary focus of the Project Manager for Supply Chain is to lead and manage key implementation projects associated with upgrading and improving Tommy Bahama's Supply Chain technology.

What are some of the key responsibilities of the Project Manager for Supply Chain?

Some of the key responsibilities include managing multiple integrated projects, working with cross-functional business partners and vendors, and delivering new Supply Chain capabilities such as warehouse management, ERP, inventory management, and order fulfillment.

What level of collaboration is required for the Project Manager for Supply Chain role?

The role requires close collaboration with IT, cross-functional business partners, and the PMO team in order to successfully lead and manage implementation projects for Supply Chain technology upgrades.

What specific technologies and systems will the Project Manager for Supply Chain be working with?

The Project Manager will be working with various technologies related to Supply Chain, including warehouse management systems, ERP systems, inventory management systems, and order fulfillment systems.

What are some of the key challenges that the Project Manager for Supply Chain may face in this role?

Some key challenges may include managing multiple projects simultaneously, coordinating with various vendors and technologies, and ensuring successful implementation of new Supply Chain capabilities within the organization.

Fashion & Arts
Industry
1001-5000
Employees
1993
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

Nearly 25 years ago, our founders started a brand based on the refined, unhurried attitude of coastal life. To our guests, Tommy Bahama soon became synonymous with laid-back style and the concept of living the Island Life. What started as a causal, upscale menswear collection quickly evolved into a unique luxury lifestyle brand. The Tommy Bahama offering has grown to include both men’s and women’s apparel, home and beach goods, and a thriving restaurant and bar business. Everything that bears the Tommy Bahama name is created with an unwavering eye towards quality. More than ever, our focus is on taking our guests someplace great — through exceptional service, upscale products, and delicious food and drinks. Maintaining our unique point of view requires a diverse team that includes apparel designers, e-commerce and technology experts, manufacturing and operations, and, of course, retail and hospitality professionals. We would love to have you share your talents with us! Tommy Bahama is part of Tommy Bahama Group, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Oxford Industries, Inc. (NYSE:OXM). Established in August 1992, with corporate headquarters in Seattle, Tommy Bahama is an island-inspired lifestyle brand that defines relaxed, sophisticated style in men’s and women’s sportswear, swimwear, accessories, footwear and a complete home furnishings collection. The company owns and operates over 160 Tommy Bahama stores worldwide, with 16 of those locations offering a Tommy Bahama restaurant & bar.