The supply chain manager directs or coordinates production, purchasing, warehousing, distribution, and financial forecasting services or activities related to organic cotton, its by-products and other organic rotation crops. This includes but is not limited to coordinating the logistics of sourcing inputs for organic agriculture production on behalf of farmers and liaising with brands and supply chain manufacturers on delivery and logistics. The supply chain manager makes recommendations on existing procedures or opportunities for streamlining activities to improve productivity, quality, and efficiency of operations and minimize shortages while keeping costs down.
The Supply Chain Manager will exercise independent judgment regarding the following  areas of significance:
Coordinate organic crop supply chains (50%)
Coordinates production, purchasing, warehousing, distribution, and financial forecasting services or activities related to organic cotton, its by-products and other organic rotation crops
Coordinates the logistics of sourcing inputs for organic agriculture production on behalf of farmers
Liaise with private sector partners (25%)
Liaise with private sector partners, including brands and supply chain manufacturers on delivery and logistics
Manage supply chain operations (25%)
Streamline activities to improve productivity, quality, and efficiency of operations and minimize shortages while keeping costs down
Experience and Education:
A bachelor’s degree in economics, business administration, statistics, manufacturing, supply chain management or general management and/or MBA is preferred and 3-5 years’ experience in management, e-business, purchasing, logistics, project management, cost accounting and/or enterprise resource planning. Experience working with agriculture products preferred. Written and spoken Chinese and English required.
Rare inspires change so both people and nature thrive. Our culture is results-oriented and entrepreneurial. We are a fast-growing $24 million international conservation organization working toward ambitious goals and creating measurable social change.
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It’s never been a better time to join the Fish Forever team and become part of an innovative movement to transform near-shore fisheries on a global level. Fish Forever has a suite of high value objectives: boosting fish stocks; increasing the economic value of fisheries; feeding millions of vulnerable people; protecting the most biologically diverse reefs, sea grasses, and mangroves; providing climate change resilience; and building local leadership capacity to ensure sustainability. Together with our partners at Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), Rare is already making strides towards promoting widespread sustainable fishing practices in multiple countries. Visit us at www.fishforever.org to learn more.
We offer a flexible work environment with generous time off policies that include vacation allowance, personal days, paid holidays and Rare’s annual one week Q1 power down. Our salaries are competitive commensurate with experience and include an annual bonus plan tied to individual and organizational performance. We offer an outstanding benefit package that includes fully covered health insurance and a retirement savings plan, an annual education and training allowance and more.
Rare is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.