Supply Chain Technology (SCT) innovates to get physical and digital products to our customers quickly and efficiently. We build, support, and extend the systems that manage order fulfillment, transportation, warehouse operations, and inventory placement across our FCs and thousands of retail nodes. As you may have read in the news, our mission is to make GameStop the e-commerce leader in our space, and we're looking for WMS developers with bold ideas to lead the way.
We have a rapidly evolving fulfillment network and are looking for WMS developers who are passionate about operational excellence and efficiency. They will be the subject matter experts and know exactly how to translate business process into WMS execution. Prior experience in the supply chain space is must for this role.
This is a remote or hybrid role with occasional travel to FCs and Dallas HQ.
Your primary activities will consist of understanding the operational processes within the supply chain network and ensuring that the Warehouse Management system and related applications and integrations are meeting the needs of the business. You will be the hands-on application subject matter expert.
You will supplement and assist the technical support team to ensure fulfillment operations are working smoothly. Where changes are required, you will drive innovative solutions through implementation and support.
You are expected to operate with a high level of autonomy, and your approaches reflect mature judgment and good instincts with a customer-first mentality.
You provide technical leadership through your ideas, design reviews, configuration, and coding solutions, and driving the SDLC.
You grow and mentor less experienced developers and support team resources.
You will collaborate with peer teams and build relationships with our business stakeholders to further our product and technical roadmaps.
You will support our systems in a dev ops model, driving monitoring and metrics, self-healing and DR strategies, and playbooks to minimize occurrence and impact of production incidents.
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field or equivalent experience.
8+ years of non-internship professional WMS software configuration, extension, and support experience. Hands-on experience with Manhattan WM iSeries strongly preferred; experience with other WMS platforms beneficial.
Good understanding of WMS integration with host systems.
Experience with configuring and supporting material handling equipment of various types and vendors.
Skilled in SQL and data analysis, and the ability to relate data to business process.
Proficiency in at least one programming language such as Java, C++, C#.
Experience with SDLC processes like, including coding standards, code reviews, source code control management, build processes, testing, and operational support.
Experience mentoring growing and advancing less experienced developers.
Strong written and verbal communication and the ability to explain complex concepts to others at varying levels of expertise throughout the organization.
Demonstrated leadership with regard to operational excellence.
Experience as a SME and technical partner in complex cross-team programs.