Royal Cup, Inc. is the proven leader in sourcing, roasting, blending and providing high-quality coffees and fine teas since 1896 and is the chosen partner for restaurants, hotels, offices and commuters across the country.
We are a family-owned business rooted in a longstanding tradition of coffee roasting excellence who takes pride in our unparalleled dedication to customer care.
Royal Cup Coffee offers a competitive compensation plan and a comprehensive benefits program. On top of being a part of a well caffeinated team, the benefits program includes healthcare, dental, vision, company paid disability, 401(k), life insurance, Flexible Spending Account plan, and paid vacation. Tuition reimbursement plan includes up to 80% reimbursement per company criteria. Ongoing trainings designed to provide maximum success for our employees is offered.
The Purchasing Manager reports to the Category Sourcing Manager and will be responsible for day to day purchasing and inventory management for Consumer-Packaged Goods. The Purchasing Manager will have a proven track record in working closely with vendors, issuing POs, and maintaining proper inventory balance.
The Purchasing Manager will be jointly responsible along with several team members, for purchasing approximately $100M in spend on consumer package goods that are sold to our customers in conjunction with coffee and tea. Royal Cup refers to these materials as “Allied Goods,” which include but are not limited to disposables (e.g. cups, paper products, straws, etc.) single-serve coffees, creamers, foods / snacks & drinks, condiments, beverages (ready-to-drink teas, sodas, juices), and more.
The Purchasing Manager’s role is to execute on issuing POs to negotiated suppliers, keeping inventory at optimal levels, and assuring Royal Cup does not run out of product. In addition, they will be working with their Category Sourcing Manager to assure total cost reduction across their category. They will initially be responsible for buying for a sub-section of warehouse locations, with a longer-term goal of purchasing a defined set of commodities / categories within “allied goods”.
The Purchasing Manager has the following essential duties and areas of responsibility: