- South Plainfield, NJ, 07080
- Prefferd visa: Need H1 Visa
- Posted 11 months ago – Accepting applications
Offerd Salary $ 22 - $ 26
Required Position 1 hire
Experience 0-1 Years Required
Title: Logistics Specialist
Logistics specialist(Pharmaceutical Diagonoistics / Distribution)
Role Summary :
The Logistics Coordinator is responsible for executing on shipments, reporting transportation metrics, identifying trends across global transportation methods and practices, managing data, ensuring that internal customers’ needs are met and that company policy and international trade compliance regulations are adhered to.
Schedules, Coordinates and Tracks both Domestic and International shipments
Ensures airlines and carriers are selected based on company objectives for cost and delivery
Maintains Shipping records, including providing tracking or shipping history information to customers on request
Prepares Shipping paperwork as well as completes shipping transaction in appropriate systems
Coordinates Returned Material Authorization (RMA) process with Customers
Overcome road blocks to ensure delivery is made in line with internal and external customers’ requirements
Supporting Variable Cost Productivity initiatives
Perform other duties and/or special projects as assigned
Working cross-functionally with Manufacturing and Quality to identify improvement opportunities and implement successful changes.
Prepare boxes with appropriate labels for shipment as required
Perform logistics distribution duties in compliance with current GDP as per annual GDP Training and local procedures’ (Core Imaging Only)
Aware of and comply with the client Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals, and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this job type/position
Complete all planned Quality & Compliance training within the defined deadlines
Identify and report any quality or compliance concerns and take immediate corrective action as required
Additional Quality Specific Goals:
Proficient knowledge, understanding and leadership for International Trade Compliance, identify report and resolve any trade compliance issues
Working knowledge of IATA and DOT regulations as it pertains to the transportation of radioactive materials
Knowledge and understanding of Supply Chain/Purchasing process procedures and work instructions and operates within them to ensure compliance to quality system
Ensures the creation of accurate, complete and timely records tied to product
High school Diploma or local equivalent
Demonstrate ability to read, write and speak in local language
Ability to communicate well and work with others
Good computer skills
Ability to interface with Customers and Suppliers in a business professional manner on the phone and through e-mail
Prior experience in logistics or supply chain
Prior experience in Shipping/Receiving
Proven ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced changing environment.
Ability to work effectively in a cross-functional, global team environment
Solid communication and analytical skills, including experience with communicating with others from different countries and cultures.
logistics, supply chain.
Pharmaceutical Diagnostics, Pharmaceutical Distribution, logistics distribution.
Shipping record, shipping history information, Shipping paperwork, shipping transaction.
Returned Material Authorization, RMA, Cost Productivity, Manufacturing, Purchasing process procedures.
Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goal, Quality & Compliance training.