Logistics Operations Manager (Marine Transportation)

Salary:
Up to $100,000 to start plus great benefits

Location:
Joliet Area

Position Type:
Full-time | Direct-hire

Job Description:

Supply Chain / Transportation / Logistics
Logistics Operations Manager (Marine Transportation)

Up to $100,000 to start plus great benefits

As Logistics Operations Manager for Marine Transportation you will:

- Receive complete training
- Facilitate efficient and effective marine transportation operations
- Coordinate, oversee and monitor marine vessel movements
- Provide leadership, guidance and direction to team members
- Allocate labor and resources according to business needs
- Communicate with docks and customers
- Serve as a liaison between vessels and the main office
- Investigate, research and troubleshoot issues as they arise
- Contribute to strategic planning and continuous improvement efforts
- Conduct employee performance reviews
- Provide ongoing training and support to new and existing personnel
- Uphold safety, compliance and quality standards
- Handle special projects
- Perform other duties as assigned

An ideal candidate profile will include:

- At least 5 years of Logistics Supervisor and/or Logistics Manager experience
- Marine Transportation / Vessel Operations experience
- A High School Diploma or Equivalent

Pluses:

+++ An Associate's or Bachelor's Degree

Joliet Area

JobGiraffe's client is a specialist in transportation management.

Enhanced health safety policies, procedures and measures are in place.

Please submit your resume by using the Apply Now feature.

All resumes submitted will be reviewed based on the candidate profile listed above.

Candidates with the most relevant background will be selected first and asked to participate in a screening.

Initial screenings can be done by phone, FaceTime or Skype from 7AM to 7PM Mondays through Saturdays.

JG ID #22-2145 - Joliet, IL 60432

Relevant Skills, Experience, Industries:
Management Skills - People or Projects, Supply Chain, Logistics, Transportation, Agriculture, Natural Resources, Utilities, Waste, Recycling

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