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The Logistics Specialist works with Corporate Logistics to oversee and coordinate activities of all third- and fourth-party logistics providers to meet execution focused supply chain goals and to drive continuous improvement throughout the logistics network through performance management and provider selection processes
*Please note - The preferred location for this position is located at our Corporate Headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware with a preferred hybrid work model. 2-3 days in office, 2-3 days work from home. Relocation is being provided for this role if needed. Remote location will be considered also.
Provides input and executes logistics strategies to maximize the business benefit of corporate logistics resources/contacts/scale
Integrates logistics plans and tactics with S&OP processes: Ensures logistics capabilities are aligned with demand and supply plans, costs, and outlooks; Determines gaps to plan and develops/ executes improvement plans to meet Supply Chain needs
Develops and maintains documentation of business requirements for logistics services - defined scopes of work - to enable competitive selection and to manage performance of logistics providers.
Arranges and coordinates transportation assets and services to meet supply chain requirements such as the transportation equipment fleet including ISO tanks, railcars, tank-trailers.
Monitors the day-to-day activities of the contract logistics functions (e.g.: Freight Forwarders, Integrators, 3PLs, contract warehousing, etc.) for the business to ensure needs are being met
Ensures logistics practices and activities comply with company policies and are compliant with all government and industry regulations
Coordinates the investigation, root-cause analysis, and resolution of transportation safety incidents, complaints, and claims to drive continuous improvement of transportation providers and recover losses.
Documents and utilizes logistics best practices and procedures.
Participates in and supports the logistics Outlook and PO processes.
Provides transportation cost information and logistics advice through collaboration with the S&L organization, 3PLs, business teams, and site personnel.
Leads improvement projects in the Logistics area - transportation and warehousing
Monitors and reports on logistics critical operating tasks (COTs) for performance improvement and cost savings.
Collaborates with logistics, business supply chains, and regional logistics resources to optimize end-to-end processes within the supply chain
Analyzes logistics performance and cost reports to identify root cause for anomalies or items outside of target objectives and identify corrective actions/improvement opportunities
Risk management/ contingency planning - Identifies logistics risks throughout the supply chain, develops and executes contingency plans to address potential risks
Manages communication with external and internal stakeholders
Manages multiple projects and programs simultaneously, prioritizes tasks, and meets deadlines
BS/BA degree or above or Equivalent experience
3-4 years of manufacturing, contract manufacturing, procurement, project leadership, supply chain, logistics experience required.
Six Sigma principles with Six Sigma Green Belt Certification or Black Belt Certification preferred
Experience utilizing SAP preferred
Experience using Advanced Planning Optimizer (APO) or Business Warehouse (BW) preferred
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Strong time management skills required
APICS CPIM certification preferred
Must be able to work independently
Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects/priorities
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