Distribution Manager

EAT Club Los Angeles , CA 90001

Posted 3 months ago

Our Distribution Team plays a key role in getting our product from our kitchens to our smaller distribution facilities. We are looking for a responsible leader capable of training, organizing and routing our team.

Responsibilities
  • Train, manage and supervise drivers
  • Manage vendor relationships
  • Load, unload, organize deliverables

Requirements

  • Availability to work nights
  • Previous management experience
  • Driving experience with large trucks in city conditions
  • Familiarity with mobile and stationary refrigeration units
  • Experience and professionalism with e-mail, Microsoft Word, and Excel
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs without assistance
  • Ability to work in a fast paced work environment
  • Valid class C driver's license with clean driving record
  • Valid class A or B license is a plus, but not required

Benefits

  • Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental & Vision)
  • Retirement Plan (401k, IRA)
  • Free Food & Snacks
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