The Power to Boost Your Career is Yours!

mmc2You have the power to create your path. We want to give you the information you need to take that next step. Speak with your manager about development opportunities that could help you grow into the career path that interests you. Follow the guide below to learn about key roles and potential career options at GIANT/MARTIN’S. The guide also shows some of the core roles in your functional area and some cross-functional positions that are possible moves on your career path.

Supervisors Transportation

Supervisors Transportation supervise the driver workforce delivering product to our stores. They direct daily work routines and ensure adherence to all company directives. They continually monitor ongoing operations, including solving routing and scheduling issues; making dynamic changes in routes and driver assignments to respond to emergencies; conducting accident investigations; ensuring on-time delivery to stores; inspecting equipment; and directing repairs or maintenance.

Manager, Supply Chain

Managers Supply Chain lead strategy, and provide support and analytics to ensure an end-to-end product flow at an optimized cost. They manage cross-functional relationships among Sales Development, Merchandising and Distribution Operations to ensure effective processes and communications are in place. Senior Managers
Supply Chain oversee the development, implementation, and management of various system and process improvements within Supply Chain Replenishment, as well as development of a promotional planning calendar to ensure the smooth flow of product across internal/external facilities.

Manager Distribution Operations

Managers Distribution Operations lead and manage the department responsible for meeting or exceeding departmental KPIs within a distribution facility. They control costs and develop ideas that will reduce expenses through constant process review and change. They identify potential barriers to maximizing productivity and identify resources necessary to eliminate those barriers. They also identify opportunities to improve productivity or to resolve potential labor issues. They resolve Associate, union and/or collective bargaining agreement issues when applicable.