WE'RE HIRING! POSITION: WAREHOUSE INVENTORY MANAGER

New position available

Position: Warehouse Inventory Manager

Level Six is an Ottawa based designer and supplier of quality casual outdoor clothing and technical paddling gear. We are currently offering  full time position for Warehouse Manager. 

The position also allows for opportunity for advancement.

Starting date: August 1st


Responsibilities

Shipping and Receiving Orders

Warehouse organization

Inventory management

Potential for customer service, and attending paddling events

Qualifications:

Experience in the Outdoor Retail or Vendor industry. 

Skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and Microsoft Outlook. Familiarity with Quick Books an asset.

The ability to work in a goal oriented team environment. 

Excellent communication and organizational skills as well as a “can do” attitude. 

The ability to work proactively to anticipate problems and work within a flexible series of guidelines.

Detail oriented knowledge of outdoor clothing and gear.

Written and Spoken French would be considered an asset.


Contact Information
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All applications will be treated in a confidential manner. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. 

Salary to be determined based on experience and qualifications.

Send a current resume and letter of introduction to Stig Larsson, stig@levelsix.com  or by mail to our offices, care of Stig Larsson.

Comments

Frederick Janson:

Hey Stig, it just so happens that my wife and I are thinking of moving back to Canada, but one of us has to find a job first, and so I am VERY interested in your Warehouse Inventory Manager job, and have loads of business management and retail experience, speak French, and “can do” anything in business you need me to do, without fail! I’ll send a resume to your email address, but will call you first to bounce the idea off you. August 1st would give my family and I plenty of time to sell the house and wrap up some loose ends here in Sacramento, and for my part, I’d love to work with you, but of course it is up to you, and no harm done if you are thinking of someone else for the position, or if someone else is a better fit. Cheers mate, Freddy 916-969-6239

Apr 24, 2015

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