Booksource is family-owned and family-friendly. We follow the Golden Rule: We treat each other and our customers the way we want to be treated. We believe that learning never stops, and our internal training and development program helps drive personal and professional growth. We also practice open book management. We want all employees to think and act like owners, and to understand how our individual work contributes to the overall success of the company.
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Booksource is a division of GL group. The positions listed below are openings specific to Booksource. You may also want to view all positions available with GL group. We are always looking for talented, passionate individuals interested in joining our family.
Literacy & Education Manager
The Literacy and Education Manager will be responsible for working with the Literacy and Education Coordinators (LEC) to support teachers, literacy coaches and other educators select books for the implementation of balanced literacy. The L&E Manager is responsible for partnering with the Senior LEC to conduct internal trainings. This leader may also travel within the territory for external professional development and digital products presentations. The L&E Manager will take on additional responsibilities to improve or refine processes and efficiency, support other Booksource teams when called, and serve as a voice for the team within the company.
Warehouse Department Lead
The Warehouse Department Lead is responsible for the day-to-day workflow and the performance of staff in the warehouse.
Inventory Control Manager
This role is principally accountable for managing and achieving both short and long-term procurement plans/activities and ultimately growing profitability of the division through proactive management of the Procurement function. Key responsibilities lie within the core functions of the value chain and primarily include: - Identification and implementation of processes to increase efficiencies related to: supply chain management and purchasing inventory, packaging supplies, and ancillary materials. This role plays an integral part in establishing and managing long term agreements with key suppliers, ensuring lowest costs material. The Inventory Control Manager will manage existing and develop policies/guidelines that are to be adhered to by buying team to ensure the most efficient and low cost purchasing. Additionally, this role will lead a team of buying agents and leverage data and analytics to affect process compliance, quality KPI performance, and shrink control.
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Open Positions at GL group