Our Client is looking for Planning & Logistics Specialist to support their facility in Oakville, Ontario. If you’re interested and qualified, we urge you to apply!
Position: Planning & Logistics Specialist
Location: Oakville, Ontario
Duration: Until 09/03/2020 (possible extension)
Arrange export and import of shipments by various multimodal transports (Air, Ocean, Road) to/from various overseas destinations and compliance with Transport of Dangerous Goods regulations as per IATA/IMDG regulations.
Responsible for compliance with Customs Acts and regulations (CBSA/CBP) Submit CAED Export declarations (B-13) through CAED software online for commercial goods per Customs Act.
Provide cost estimates on request to internal end users, for movement of goods to domestic /overseas destinations based upon use of appropriate carrier and modes of transport (Air, Sea, Rail, and Ocean)
Maintain logistics, export/import compliance and reporting databases and support the accuracy of the databases on ongoing basis.
Coordinate and expedite the flow of work and materials within or between departments per shipment schedule
Analyze, understand, and convert MRP messages to purchase orders and plans to meet forecast as well as demand for both eastern and western Canada fulfilment.
Interface with production, sales, purchasing and suppliers to schedule purchase orders. Identify and react to short term material plans that do not meet customer requirements
Identify, analyze, and manage potential and actual issues and risks, take corrective action by tackling day-to-day issues.
Create and/or maintain transactional inventory records
Execute SAP transactions of receiving, storing, picking, staging and distribution of materials required for assembly manufacture of product
When required maintain accurate files of packing and shipping activities
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college in supply chain/business, with a minimum 5-7 years' experience in planning and logistics function.
Minimum 3 years of SAP experience in procurement, planning and shipment module
Must have working knowledge of import/export regulations (e.g. Tariff Classification; Certificate of Origin, Commercial Invoice, B13, etc.) and carrier management.
Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
Ability to communicate across all levels of the organization
Ability to adapt / drive change across a global team in a dynamic business environment
Ability to work well in a fast-paced and challenging environment
Six Sigma training is preferred
Strong result oriented mindset
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Strong computer skills
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