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Commodity Product Manager

Responsibilities:

The Commodity Product Manager sets product lines, selects vendors, monitors performance, and assists in purchasing lumber product lines in support of the location sales goals. Screens appropriate product lines and negotiates with vendors. May solicit direct and warehouse sales of all commodity products to customers. Manage product lines to obtain most favorable terms, prices, service, and promotional support. Commodity Product Managers work closely with sales, marketing, and vendors to develop custom programs, block and special buys, promotions, and product support. Develop, maintain and gain relevant knowledge of products, production process, industry, market, and competitor analysis. Facilitate direct buys and delivery between customers and suppliers, if needed. The Commodity Product Manager may quote prices, take orders, negotiate transportation rates and mode, and provide delivery dates. Evaluate monthly reports to optimize product line performance and contribution. Maintain division SKU master on assigned product lines. Monitor receipt of rebates and special discounts to ensure vendor compliance. The Commodity Product Manager will demonstrate strong commitment to safety, quality, environmental awareness, and continuous process improvement. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications

Basic Qualifications: Requires bachelor s degree or equivalent work experience in related job function. Office environment with minimal physical exertion.

Preferred Qualifications: Prefer 3-5 years of experience in related job function. Lumber trader and panel experience preferred. Previous experience in a lumber-related purchasing and/or sales or general line product management in the building materials industry. Candidate must have effective communication skills and the ability to work independently or with teams/groups.

Competencies: Building Strategic Working relationships, Sales Ability/Persuasiveness, Information Monitoring, Negotiation, Communication, Customer Focus, Decision Making, Initiating Action, Innovation, Continuous Learning, Coaching, Risk Taking, Impact, Job Fit.



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