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Ryder location information during municipal curfew

No one knows more about network design than our engineers. Whether they’re distribution managers or automotive engineers, they find creative ways to redesign some of the most complex operations in the industry. They’re the reason we’ve remained a leader in logistics, so we make sure they’re rewarded with a diversity of work, competitive compensation, and the tools they need to grow.

Supply Chain Engineers (Distribution Management)

As a member of our distribution management (DM) group, you put your innovative problem solving skills to the test. DM Engineers collaborate with our customers to focus on designing new facilities, modifying existing layouts, implementing continuous improvement projects, establishing labor standards, and developing warehouse metrics. Some experience with Excel, Access, AutoCAD, Visio, SQL, VBA, a variety of WMS or Data Analytic applications, MTM or Standard Time Data studies, and the ability to implement onsite solutions across the country are helpful. A strong background in industrial engineering is critical.

Supply Chain Engineers (Transportation Management)

Our transportation engineers specialize in transportation network optimization to move products smoothly through the supply chain journey. With a strong focus on network design, modeling, and data analysis, you find innovative and effective ways to cut costs for some of the top brands in the nation. We are looking for candidates with a passion for data analysis and continuous improvement. You will get a chance to work with innovative supply chain software and tools. Successful candidates for these positions typically have experience in business, logistics, supply chain management, or industrial engineering. Familiarity with Appian Software, Llamasoft, or JDA Software would be beneficial.