Coordinate and Track Shipments
Once order requests or purchase orders are received, it is up to the Logistic Officer to manage the pulling and packing of materials and arrange appropriate transportation. Among the tasks that might need to be completed in this responsibility include freight consolidation, cost analysis, routing, and scheduling. Logistic Officers must also track shipments to ensure they arrive on time and that shipment and delivery processes adhere to any pertinent regulations.
A Logistic Officer is typically responsible for the storage of materials that are to be used by personnel or that will be shipping out to or other locations. Warehouse management duties include maintaining inventory, ordering shipping materials, operating necessary equipment and managing warehouse personnel.
Analyze Supply Chain Systems
The Logistic Officer must ensure that all aspects of a logistics team, such as shipping, warehousing and procurement, are working together to fill orders and deliver materials on a timely basis. They will review all processes and systems and design and implement new plans and procedures as needed. They are also responsible for creating and maintaining contingency plans.
Logistic Officer Skills/Education
- Degree / diploma in logistics / supply chain management or similar discipline
- Customs practicing certificate
- 2- 5 years’ relevant experience
· Knowledge of end-to-end logistics operations (including ocean, over-the-road transportation, rail, customs, and warehousing)
· Excellent communication, interpersonal, problem-solving, presentation, analytical and organizational skills
· Entrepreneurial mindset
- IT proficiency
- Highly motivated, self-driven & energetic
Salary range 50-60,000