Project Manager, Supply Chain

Hot Topic HQ - City of Industry, California - Full-time


We’re looking for a collaborative problem solver and leader that enjoys the challenge of creating solutions to complex issues. As Supply Chain Project Manager, you’ll need to be well versed in project management styles, methodologies, and processes. Liaisons with IT and different departments in organization to execute and manage Omnichannel and Supply Chain projects. 

This role is based at our Headquarters in City of Industry, CA or remote in US. #BI-Remote


  • Creates and manages project schedules
  • Act as a project leader and drive consistent, organized processes
  • Assess, monitor, document and communicate on project scope and status, risks and key learnings to project stakeholders
  • Responsible for the creation and distribution of complete project plans and related documentation
  • Work closely with engineers and product owners to distill product requirements into actionable user stories or specifications
  • Design and analyze project KPIs in line with PMO strategy in order to drive continuous improvement
  • Capture and document project-related business, functional and creative information during the project lifecycle
  • Identify, analyze, prioritize, mitigate and communicate project risks
  • Act as a key contact between internal departments, regional teams, partners and external vendors
  • Assist with technical feasibility, implementation approach, deployment strategies, and QA efforts


  • 5 years project management experience, ideally 2-3 years’ experience in Omnichannel and Supply Chain systems
  • Manhattan supply chain systems background is a huge plus (MAO, EOM, WMOS, EEM and SCI)
  • Strong retail background is a big plus
  • The right tools – you know MS Office, MS Project and the leading tools to help facilitate collaboration and productivity
  • A collaborative approach to your work. This role interfaces with all areas of the business including other geographic locations, so collaboration and building partnerships is critical
  • Curiosity and drive to learn. Lack of a how-to guide doesn’t stop you from moving forward
  • PMP Certification is desired