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Based on 403 responses, the job of Materials Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.04 out of 5. On average, Materials Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Materials Manager?

November 2017
Materials Manager.
Materials Manager in Troy:
Be prepared to feel as though you are in control of an out of control train!
December 2020
Easiest job ever.
Materials Manager in Branford:
Pros: Very trusting management that will do anything for you.
Cons: Having annoying coworkers.
August 2014
Materials Planning & Procurement Analysis with stress on spe.
Materials Manager:
Materials need be planned in line of requirement of project/Production so as to keep the least Capital Tied-up.
August 2014
Senior Materials Professional.
Materials Manager:
Materials manager plays a highly important role as materials are a 60 to 70 percent share in product. Hence materials managers importance is equal to that in leading the company to profitability.
September 2014
Materials Manager:
Pros: The people I work with.
Cons: Salary is low.
November 2014
Roller Coaster.
Materials Manager:
Pros: Planning projects is very intensive and provides many challenges. You feel accomplished when everything goes to planning and is very rewarding when you get the whole team to work together too.
Cons: Time constraints, other people not fulfilling their duties in time management, lack of communication of vital information, and high stress with deadlines that are upcoming or late.
November 2014
Materials World.
Materials Manager:
Pros: I like having an impact on the various different facets of the organization and being able to drive for results as well as reach measurable objectives.
Cons: Sometimes it feels like you are the pickle in the middle and are getting a beat down from other departments.