Supply Chain Coordinator

Pompano Beach, FL

Spring Footwear Corp. has been in business since 1991 and we have enjoyed tremendous growth. We deliver quality, value and comfort with every pair of shoes we ship.


The Supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for overall supply chain (production, procurement and logistics) operations in order to maximize the process efficiency and productivity. This role will track inventory and orders as well as forecast future supply needs, coordinate all import shipments, including analyze, manage and plan the company’s purchasing and import processes to ensure accuracy and on-time delivery.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Production/Purchasing
  • Import Logistics
  • Inventory Maintenance and Demand Forecasting
  • International Business Management
  • Other daily duties as assigned by leadership

Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years’ experience in supply chain environment: production/procurement/logistics.
  • Bachelor's degree; comparable work experience is accepted in lieu of degree
  • Strong analytical skills and data-driven thinking.
  • Strong ability to multi-task and prioritize.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, previous management experience
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Creative problem-solving abilities.
  • Assertive and cooperative with ability to motivate others to succeed.
  • Must have strong time management, multi-tasking and initiative and drive
  • Computer proficiency required, OMS knowledge a plus.
  • Must be able to operate Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office products effectively (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

We offer:

  • Competitive wages and benefits
  • Company paid Holidays and Vacation
  • Profit sharing program
  • Advancement opportunities

We encourage qualified candidates to apply and join our growing team!


Spring Footwear Corp. is an EEO employer, all employment is contingent upon a successful drug and back ground screening, as applicable to the job specifications.  We administer the Florida Drug Free Workplace program, and as such, employees may be subject to reasonable suspicion drug tests, as ascribed by the Florida law.