B0876: Manager, Air Freight Product - #19543581
FedEx Cross Border
Job Title: B0876: Manager, Air Freight Product
Job Requisition Number: RC324152
Category: Supply Chain & Logistics
Job Family: FXE-US: LAC-Supply Chain & Logistics
Time Type: Full Time
Manage and develop air freight product specific solutions and tactical strategies in partnership with Sales to support strategic conversations with clients and business development. Develop/Oversee product analysis considering the retail freight market in the country (IATA world), as well as operations in the main gateways (facilities, players, competition, challenges).
Develop/create strategic program recommendations to call rate adjustments if market rates drop in order to remain competitive based on the knowledge and information of the worldwide market trends and network in order to leverage solutions and constantly improve the value proposition. Establish a business plan and create strategic initiatives to grow the region's volumes and market share. Drive volumes and profit performance by bundling products on selected trade lanes. Execute by fostering collaboration within the management team and the network to improve performance and attain targeted results. Develop and grow the region by focusing on a trade-lane tactical approach. Recommend, develop, implement, and communicate strategies with sales, operations, marketing, and other teams. Lead the entire product organization including the staff that will be assigned to the project in an effective and assertive way to expand IRFS countrywide and is able to negotiate with peers worldwide to enable routes, secure business and manage a stand alone P&L successfully. Support country-to-country trade to grow market share and enhance customer satisfaction. Plan and conduct meetings with operations, sales, and customers to develop robust opportunities worldwide. Engage in developing lane-specific opportunities and verticals by bundling products and services. Analyze related market conditions to ensure that pricing and service levels are met. Gather business intelligence to identify strategic opportunities and provide decision making analysis for executive management to improve overall operations. Travel to the assigned territories to identify new opportunities and to target market segments. Manage annual budget, control, monitor and report results on a regular basis in order to achieve budget targets. Promote organizational improvement by executing QDM. Manage and coordinate organizational efforts by creating professional and efficacious presentations, proposals and solutions.
Strong basic management, human relations, analytical, managerial and communication skills. Bachelor's degree/equivalent preferred in marketing or business management and/or minimum 10 years business experience in the appropriate product field/industry. Minimum 7 years management/ supervisory experience. Fluent in English, with other local language(s) desirable (Spanish and/or Portuguese).
Solid commercial experience in marketing managing airfreight sales activities, business planning, marketing analysis, planning, product development and pricing strategies required. The incumbent must possess sound business judgement and ability to interpret market research and strategies. Excellent communication. Must has demonstrated skills to successfully formulate and execute aggressive commercial and sales programs and strategies. Previous experience in initiating new or major market expansion sales programs, including start-up of new sales organization.
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