Program Director-Space Based Operations

Lockheed Martin - Littleton, CO 80125


Program Director of Space Based Operations, Sustainment and Logistics

This critical position will lead the Operations, Sustainment and Logistics (OSL) Mission Area for the Military Space Line of Business (LOB).

The Program Director ensures strong collaboration across the LOB to create and implement central strategies to sustain our products and provide sustainment services to our customers. This position will be responsible for the orders, sales, EBIT and cash commitments for the OSL portfolio within Military Space. The portfolio currently manages the operations and sustainment programs for MILSATCOM (AEHF, MUOS, Milstar, DSCS); SBIRS; and GPS missions. This position is responsible for developing and executing the strategy to resource and support the products and services offered across the entire LOB Portfolio.

This Program Director of Space Based Operations, Sustainment and Logistics will be responsible for leading all sustainment activities for multiple programs ensuring the program requirements across all logistics elements are achieved; perform program/project planning and management (including cost, schedule and risk management). This position ensures the PMO and customer satisfaction through on-time delivery of required sustainment deliverables and support services at the best value to the government; develop and implement the appropriate product support solutions to assure achievement of desired performance outcomes. The Program Director works closely and is integrated with the Mission Solutions Line of Business in areas of shared work in the ground development and services market for Military Space customer areas. The successful candidate will also be responsible for pursuing new business within the Operations, Sustainment and Logistics mission area.

An active Top Secret clearance is required in order to be considered.

Basic Qualifications

  •          At least 5 years Program Management experience or equivalent experience managing a complex P&L, functional assignment, or military/civil on-orbit operations team and proven prior experience managing on-orbit operations, anomaly resolution, space and ground software maintenance, hardware logistics and training
  •          At least 10 years of technical and program leadership experience
  •          Experience managing multi-functional teams, cross business area teams (IWTA) and major subcontractors in both a fixed price and a cost-plus, funding constrained environment
  •          Ability to develop high performing teams that will work across program and business area boundaries to implement synergies across multiple missions
  •          Effective executive level verbal and written communication skills and a compelling desire to make a positive impact and the organizational/motivational skills to make it happen
  •          Proven Full Spectrum Leadership skills and experience leading employees to perform productively and foster relationships in a cross-functional team environment
  •          Ability to travel as needed

Desired skills

  •          Experience with the Air Force Operational and Sustainment Customers as well as the Air Force SMC space program directorates.
  •          Experience working with payload subcontractors working in a sustainment role.

As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin’s vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers’ toughest challenges. Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories.

Join us at Lockheed Martin, where we’re engineering a better tomorrow.

Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

Job Location(s): Littleton Colorado

Inventory Manager

Wunderkin Co. - Denver, CO


Inventory Manager

$50,000 - $55,000 a year


Inventory Manager


Please email your cover letter and resume to maggie at wunderkinco dot com. Please visit our website to learn more about our company.


Wunderkin Co. // Lakewood, CO


What we are looking for:

Inventory Manager + Demand Planner


Who we are:

Wunderkin Co. is a Denver-based e-commerce startup, creating handmade bows for the adventurous and free-spirited baby and child. Our product is manufactured by 33+ seamstresses around the US. We work with social media influencers and tastemakers to expand our brand and build a community of mothers that encourage play and adventure in their little ones. We sell our product online and in boutiques all around the world, and have our central distribution office in Lakewood, CO.

We are looking for a competent Inventory Manager to manage demand of product from our social media following and business strategies, create weekly orders, distribute raw materials and report on the company’s inventory.


Who you are:

You are the top-level planner of all Wunderkin production. From sending raw materials to our virtual seamstress team to receiving and organizing finished product, your mathematical and analytical expertise is critical for the attainment of business goals.

You are a reliable professional with excellent record-keeping abilities. You possess great attention to detail and a business mindset.

Your goal is to ensure that all business operations have adequate material to achieve their objectives.

You are able to think on your toes and enjoy the start-up mentality of small business.



  •          Devise ways to optimize inventory control procedures.*
  •          Inspect the levels of business supplies and raw materials to identify shortages.* *
  •          Ensure product stock is adequate for all distribution channels and can cover direct demand from customers.* *
  •          Record weekly deliveries and shipments to reconcile inventory.* *
  •          Use software to monitor demand and document characteristics of inventory.*
  •          Use social media polls and questions to keep a close relationship with demand of certain products.
  •          Place orders to replenish stock avoiding insufficiencies or excessive surplus.*
  •          Analyze data to anticipate future needs*
  •          Keep records of collections and buying trends to better plan for future launches.
  •          Evaluate suppliers to achieve cost-effective deals and maintain trust relationships.*
  •          Report to upper management on stock levels, issues. Etc.*
  •          Manage inventory levels on Shopify back-end.
  •          Intake raw materials in office and track usage.
  •          Compile pre-launch revenue report predictions.
  •          Work with production manager and shipping manager to close the loop on all inventory issues pre- and post- launch.
  •          Work with marketing and design heads to order fabrics and necessary supplies for upcoming collections.



  •          Proven experience as inventory manager or similar position.*
  •          Excellent knowledge of data analysis and forecasting methods.* *
  •          Working knowledge of inventory management software (e.g. ERP)*
  •          Ability to translate complex inventory tracking systems to the team
  •          Proficient with spreadsheets and google drive.
  •          Ability to accurately track inventory and create reports.*
  •          An analytical mind with strong math skills.* *
  •          Excellent organizational and planning skills.* *
  •          Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities.* *
  •          Reliable and trustworthy.* *
  •          BS/BA in business administration, logistics or relevant field.* *
  •          Relevant qualifications (e.g. CPIM) will be a plus.*


Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $50,000.00 to $55,000.00 /year


  •          Inventory Management: 3 years (Required)


  •          Bachelor's (Required)

Job Location:

  •          Denver, CO (Required)

Inventory Specialist-Ikea

Ikea - Denver, CO


Inventory Specialist - 38-40 Hrs

The Retail Management Store Operations job family ensures a sustainable, safe, clean and functional environment for other co-workers, visitors and customers in order to protect and maintain the store's assets and buildings, in strict adherence with all applicable local and federal regulations and standards. Manages cyclical inventory process, data integrity, auditing of stock-influencing routines, and Transfer Management.

YOUR ASSIGNMENT Your tasks will include:

  • Plans, organizes, and supports the inventory process.
  • Secures the highest possible quality in-store stock information and identifies weaknesses in the stock registration routines to be addressed within the commercial processes.
  • Supports and provides training for inventory process and Transfer Type Management.
  • Supports the basic logistics procedures, including stock movements and system transactions, to ensure high quality asset information as input to the automatic ordering process.
  • Supports awareness throughout the store about how service level is impacted by different actions and how it should be sustained through every-day routines.
  • Secures and audits administrative routines to maintain consistent stock balances and inventory levels.

YOUR PROFILE Your knowledge, skills and experience include:

  • Associate's Degree
  • APICS or CSCP certification Preferred
  • Previous inventory experience in a retail environment.
  • Experience securing and auditing inventory processes.
  • Proven ability to train others on inventory and logistics processes.

GROWING TOGETHER IKEA offers an exciting and empowering work environment in a global marketplace. And as the world's leader at life at home, you have exceptional opportunities to grow and develop together with us.


Supply Chain Planner/Buyer

Supply Chain Planner/Buyer

Exxel Outdoors - Boulder, CO


This position is responsible for efficiently managing the company’s inventory assets and all processes surrounding purchasing and analysis. This position involves analysis of various sources of data in order to create and track purchase orders, communicate with suppliers, schedule production, optimize stock turns, minimize excess inventories and out-of-stocks and provide internal users accurate analysis and reporting.


  •          Analyze inventory needs, demand, forecasts, sales history, market trends, and vendor lead times to place timely purchase orders within budget; ensuring appropriate inventory levels to meet sales demand for all items.
  •          Establish and maintain item level demand forecasts through collaboration, point of sale data, and historical and statistical analysis. Discover and understand demand patterns; utilize findings to improve inventory performance.
  •          Maintain visibility to disposition of shipments and monitor production; adjust POs in system as necessary. Expedite delivery where possible; communicate inventory risk to revenue targets.
  •          Prepare and conduct monthly Planning Review Meetings for company-wide audience; relay brand/category inventory performance information, present assortment rationalization analyses.
  •          Manage purchases around style life cycle to prevent potential excess/obsolete inventory; work with product teams for product life cycle visibility.
  •          Manage master item data, including SKU creation, lead times, UPCs, costing and other key attributes
  •          Maintain accurate line list including new product launches and coding of Excess and Obsolete items; publish updated reports and recommend and pursue appropriate disposition of inventory.
  •          Collaborate with sales, marketing, product managers, and leadership in executing go to market strategies.
  •          Regular and upon request inventory level reporting by Division, Label, Category, Location and status (obsolete/aged/current; domestic and direct import sales; item velocity).
  •          Communicate with Logistics, Asia Merchandise Managers, Finance, Product Development, Channel, Dealer Services, international and domestic suppliers, and Sales Operations
  •          Provide support and/or training to other staff members as required.
  •          Maintain company Master Cost Grids.
  •          Planning process documentation, project status management; lead and design continuous evolution of tools, processes, and reporting.
  •          Create ad-hoc custom reporting as required by the business.
  •          Other special projects as assigned.



  •          3 - 5+ years’ experience in retail/wholesale/manufacturing sector with a comprehensive understanding of supply chain planning activities, inventory management processes, measurements and best practices.
  •          Related work experience to include production/manufacturing planning, purchasing and forecasting.
  •          Firm understanding of key inventory performance metrics, turns, months of supply, excess and obsolete inventory, lead time planning, safety stock, margin contributions, etc.
  •          Firm understanding of demand management/forecasting tools, sales forecasting processes, marketing operations, finance, logistics, manufacturing and supply chain issues.
  •          Understanding of international production and sourcing practices.
  •          Comprehensive understanding of the “Open-to-Buy” and/or Budgeting process.
  •          Bachelor’s or higher degree (Supply Chain, Operations, Business or related field preferred).
  •          APICS certification is a plus


Ability to determine root cause and develop creative solutions.
Familiarity with accounting controls and budgeting, planning, and forecasting processes.
Strong analytical, organizational, and communications skills.
Strong computer skills with an emphasis on Excel, Access, and ERP systems. :

  •          Advanced user of Excel reports, pivot tables and analytics.


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

This job description is an overview of the scope of responsibilities for this job and is not intended to be an inclusive list of job tasks and expectations. With the evolution of American Recreation Products, the responsibilities of this position may change. The job must be prepared to accept new responsibilities and transfer others.

Supply Chain-Buyer

DISH Network - Englewood, CO 80113


Supply Chain – Buyer


DISH is a Fortune 200 company with more than $15 billion in annual revenue that continues to redefine the communications industry. Our legacy is innovation and a willingness to challenge the status quo, including reinventing ourselves. We disrupted the pay-TV industry in the mid-90s with the launch of the DISH satellite TV service, taking on some of the largest U.S. corporations in the process, and grew to be the fourth-largest pay-TV provider. We are doing it again with the first live, internet-delivered TV service – Sling TV – that bucks traditional pay-TV norms and gives consumers a truly new way to access and watch television.


Now we have our sights set on upending the wireless industry and unseating the entrenched incumbent carriers.

We are driven by curiosity, pride, adventure, and a desire to win – it’s in our DNA. We’re looking for people with boundless energy, intelligence, and an overwhelming need to achieve to join our team as we embark on the next chapter of our story.


Opportunity is here. We are DISH.


The successful Buyer will have:

  •          A Bachelor’s degree from a four year university or college (preferably in Supply Chain Management, Economics, Logistics or similar discipline) and 5 years of related experience; or an equal amount of education and experience.
  •          A minimum of 3 years of experience working with the principles and practices of purchasing, including ethics, internet research, bid preparation and evaluation, competitive bidding procedures as well as negotiation.
  •          At least 2 years of experience doing data collection for establishing sources of supply, product and vendor information including market research techniques and general law of contracts.
  •          A minimum of 3 years of experience working within MS Excel, Word and industry standard purchase order software platforms as well as Oracle and powerpoint.


Preferred Qualifications:

  •          8 years direct purchasing experience, including print media; hardware; direct and indirect spend
  •          Working knowledge of Oracle Purchasing Module
  •          Domestic and International sourcing

Dish is searching for an experienced Buyer who will be able to process purchasing requisitions from our managers and turn those requisitions into purchase orders. The Buyer will be responsible for creating purchase order tracking systems, alerting management when orders have been filled and invoices from vendors have been issued, answering vendor questions and providing them with additional order documentation as needed. The successful candidate for this position has experience in the electronics industry and a strong understanding of supply chain management concepts.

  •          Maintain integrity of purchasing data within the Oracle ERP
  •          Facilitate competitive bids with approved supply base and participate in the ongoing evaluation and development of existing suppliers
  •          Develop production specifications and program requirements with and for internal and external clients base
  •          Enforce purchasing policy and create and manage Purchase Orders
  •          Communicate effectively with vendor base, internal clients, and management and maintain supplier contact information and resolve issues with invoicing, production defects, delivery times, and internal process delays
  •          Maintain technical and market-level subject matter expertise for all assigned commodity areas