Logistics Manager - White Plains, NY - $80,000
Do you have NetSuite experience and are looking to join a dynamic Operations team in the Food and Beverage industry? Anderson Frank International is working with a company looking to bring on a decisive and organized Logistics Manager to oversee a team of 3. You'll be responsible for inventory management, shipping and delivery, and full cycle logistics operations within the NetSuite platform.
This position will report to the Director of Operations.
Only candidates with NetSuite experience will be considered for this position.
Your responsiblities include:
Plan and manage Logistics and the department's communications with internal teams, vendors and clients.
Prioritize the safety of all shipments managed by Logistics; determine safe and economical methods for property movement.
Accurately track inbound requests (both domestic and international origins).
Monitor the status of all inbound and outbound contracted carrier requests.
Monitor the status of outbound International requests to ensure prompt and appropriate actions are taken.
Monitor the status of all Consolidated Shipments to ensure prompt and appropriate actions are taken.
Create and maintain Consolidated Shipment schedules
If you are interested email your resume to email@example.com or call Gabbi @ 212-731-8272 for more details!
Anderson Frank is the leading NetSuite recruitment firm in the US advertising NetSuite roles more than any other agency. We deal with both NetSuite partners & End Users throughout the United States and we have never had more live requirements for NetSuite professionals.
By specializing solely in placing candidates in the ERP market we have built relationships with most of the key employers in the US and have an unrivaled understanding of where the best opportunities and ERP jobs are. Anderson Frank is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. We are a part of Frank Recruitment Group, one of the most successful global recruitment businesses in the last 10 years and backed by private equity firm TPG Growth