Job description / Role
AMS/Helpbit is a “cost-saving” organization for the Egypt consumer business. Its scope for Egypt is c-returns and reduction of financial losses from liquidations. The scope in Egypt is split across three functions:
C-returns: a product management function that owning the entire c-returns experience for Souq.com Egypt. This function’s primary purpose is to determine the c-returns policies and to simplify the c-returns experience. This function helps customers with returning products. Supply Chain and Reverse logistics processes: this team manages the entire lifecycle of a c-return that covers processes and policies; Liquidations: this function owns the end-to-end process of inventory liquidation, including running day-to-day operations and negotiating liquidation rates with 3P liquidators with the goal of maximizing recovery rates.
. Adhere to strict safety and quality standards
· Regular attendance and punctuality
· Process inbound shipments (pick product, print packing slip, load outbound product to liquidator/Vendor)
· Provide daily feedback to process owners with root cause analysis
· Perform needed cycle counts and / or relocate product virtually and physically
· In the absence of leadership be able to be self-directed
. Check physical item’s condition (grading) for each unit and Perform quality control process according to brand, disassemble any unit for having a doubt of originality / refurbish / fake.
. Prepare liquidation batches.
· High School diploma or equivalent
· Experience with inventory, containers, and all tools used to move product throughout the warehouse
· MS Word, Excel and Outlook experience
· Able to lift up to 25 kgs with or without reasonable accommodation
· Strong written and oral communication skills
· Analytical aptitude & drive
· Detail oriented
· Able to work independently and within a team
About the Company
Amazon.ae, formerly Souq.com, is an English-Arabic language e-commerce platform, owned by Amazon, Inc. It is the largest e-commerce platform in the Arab world. On March 28, 2017, Amazon.com Inc. confirmed it would be acquiring Souq.com for $580 million. On May 1, 2019, Souq.com became known as Amazon.ae.