The Pricing & Programs Coordinator has varied responsibilities related to the organization, implementation and communication of all WNA customer programs. The PPC will work closely with the Pricing and Programs Manager to develop and enhance all aspects of WNA’s pricing and programs in a matter consistent with corporate objectives and the WNA philosophy.
Essential Functions & Key Responsibilities:
Augmenting the Accounting Department’s efforts in researching, auditing and assisting in the resolution of customer deductions.
Running monthly, quarterly and annual CJD reports, as well as “ad hoc” sales & rebate reports as business requirements dictate.
Organizing all program documentation & information in a clear, concise, methodical manner. This documentation includes CJD payment & back up information, end-user special quotations, customer agreement letters and various other documents related to WNA customer programs.
Researching inquiries from customers and WNA personnel and communicating the required information back accurately and in a timely manner.
Data entry, filing, and various administrative duties and special projects as business needs dictate.
Developing processes and policies to replace or improve upon current methods.
Working closely with finance as they implement, refine, review, and modify processes and systems.
Ensuring that all initiative align with the company’s mission and goals.
Execute various projects and reports as requested.
Occasional/limited travel may be required.
Associate’s degree in business related field, a Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Proficient with Microsoft Office suite of applications that include (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, ETC)
Ability to analyze processes and data quickly and efficiently
Excellent problem solving skills
Ability to work well independently and in team setting
High level of accountability, accuracy, and efficiency, especially when multitasking
Advanced Excel skills include but not limited to (VLOOKUP’S, SUMIF’S, INDEX/MATCH, PIVOT TABLES, CHARTS, MACROS)
Proficient use of Smartsheet
Systems experience with IFS, SAP, or Oracle
Knowledge of Access or other database management tools is a plus.
About the Company
Novolex™ is North America’s leader in packaging choice and sustainability.
Novolex™ is headquartered in Hartsville, SC and has 62 facilities around the globe, including the worlds’ largest closed loop plastic bag recycling plant located in Indiana. The company has over 10,000 employees in the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe.
The family of historic Novolex™ brands includes Bagcraft® Packaging, Hilex Poly®, Fortune Plastics®, Duro Bag®, De Luxe® Packaging, Burrows Paper, Novolex Custom Film & Bag™, International Converter®, General Packaging® Products, Heritage Bag®, Burrows Packaging, Sheilds and The Waddington Group.
Each of the Novolex™ brands brings a unique sustainability and product story in plastic, paper, foil, recycling, or composting applications. The Novolex™ brands are unified by four common values: Manufacturing Innovation and Quality; Service; Packaging Choice; and Sustainability.
Novolex™ focuses on customers within the retail, grocery, convenience store, deli, food service, hospitality, institutional, processor and industrial markets. The Novolex™ product portfolio and our engineered solutions are designed to meet customer packaging application needs in the areas of food contact, customer experience, resale items, checkout systems, can liners and packaging operations.
Novolex’s™ mission is to continue a tradition of leadership established by our historic brands in the areas of packaging choice, customer service, manufacturing innovation, quality, and sustainability.
Our Vision Statement
To be a leading provider of packaging solutions that are environmentally friendly, create value for the customer and Novolex™, have excellent quality, and provide superior service.
We want to accomplish this with an entrepreneurial culture which drives operational excellence and proactively creates ecological solutions.
Our Environmental Mission
Novolex's sustainability goal is to establish a viable environmental program and product line that:
Reduces the impact of plastic and paper on the environment through recycling and increased recycled content
Sets a high standard of industry leadership and corporate citizenship
Creates meaningful benefits for the environment and the community
Facilitates environmental action by retailers and the community
For more information on Novolex™, visit our website at: www.novolex.com
Novolex does not publically post salary information on job boards.
The Company has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions and responsibilities. Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. Pre-employment, as well as post-hire substance testing, is required for specified positions through Novolex. Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without Company sponsorship.
Novolex™ is committed to providing equal employment opportunity in all employment practices, including but not limited to, selection, hiring, promotion, transfer, and compensation to all qualified applicants and employees without regard to age, race, color, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, handicap or disability, genetics, citizenship status, service member or veteran status, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law. Any individual, who because of his or her disability, needs an accommodation in connection with an aspect of the Company’s application process should contact Jamie Wells at 800-845-6051.
Novolex is an E-Verify Employer.
Following GMP in compliance with all food safety requirements.