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  • Logistics Manager

    Pursuing opportunities at institutions such as Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or Navy War College (NWC) WORK ENVIRONMENTProfessionals in Navy purchasing, supply and logistics work in offices, shore-based warehouses, air cargo terminals at naval air stations and aboard ships. Organize and operate Navy post offices, ashore and afloat
    $63k-86k yearly est.17d ago
  • Warehouse/ Sr. Warehouse Manager (DEA)

    Job DescriptionJob Summary The DEA/ Warehouse Manager/Sr.
    $51k-91k yearly est.26d ago
  • Logistics Manager

    About A big part of life on a Navy ship is making sure the right items arrive at the right time. As a Supply Corps Officer, that means you're making sure the right sonar parts arrive so technicians can make repairs, or the right medicines show up on the way to a humanitarian mission across the world, or simply that tonight's meal is ready for Sailors on your ship. Navy missions rely on having logistics down to a science, which is why Supply Corps Officers are so valuable. These Sailors know how to get just about anything to anywhere at any time, no matter the distance. Officer None What to Expect Navy Supply Corps Officer More Information Responsibilities The success and safety of every mission depends on getting needed supplies, materials and equipment at a moment's notice. Supply Corps Officers make sure the Navy has what it needs, when it needs it. Responsibilities for this job may include: Analyzing the demand for supplies and forecast future needs Ensuring all parts and equipment needed for ship maintenance and repairs are ordered and received on time Overseeing all retail services, logistics and culinary operations Managing the inspection, shipping, handling and packaging of supplies and equipment Directing personnel who receive inventory and issue supplies and equipment Evaluating bids and proposals submitted by potential suppliers Maintaining budgets Studying ways to use space and distribute supplies efficiently Determining the fastest, most economical way to transport cargo or personnel Overseeing the handling of special items such as medicine and explosives Work Environment Professionals in Navy purchasing, supply and logistics work in offices, shore-based warehouses, air cargo terminals at naval air stations and aboard ships and submarines. The diverse working locations provide a variety of excellent opportunities for expanding knowledge and skills in inventory management, financial management, procurement and warehouse management. Training & Advancement Those pursuing a Supply Corps Officer position are required to attend Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Newport, RI. OCS is a program that provides a comprehensive and intense introduction to the responsibilities of Navy Staff Corps Officers over the course of approximately three months. Here they learn about the military structure of the U.S. Navy, its rich history of traditions and customs, leadership development and military etiquette. Once that training is complete, you will learn the ins and outs of life as a Supply Corps Officer through the following specialized training programs: Navy Supply School (27 weeks) in Newport, RI, for training in inventory management, food and retail operations, leadership, management and problem solving. Advanced Training Advanced training for prospective Supply Corps Officers may also be available. This specialized training may cover subjects including transportation management, freight classifications, methods of working with civilian carriers and special handling of medical goods and explosives. Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. Post-Service Opportunities It's also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields like logistics and business management. Education Opportunities Wherever you are in your professional career, the Navy can help ease your financial burdens and advance your career with generous financial assistance and continuing education programs. Opportunities for further education within this platform include: An MBA in Logistics Management from The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or a number of their approved CIVINS (Civilian Institutions) An MBA in Petroleum Management from the University of Kansas Navy College Program VOLED Assistance Center VOLED Region Advisors Navy War College (NWC) USAF Air University Air Command and Staff College Qualifications & Requirements A degree from a four-year college or university is a minimum educational requirement to become a Commissioned Officer . You must also attend Officer Training. There may be exceptions to the degree requirements based on extensive service experience. To qualify for employment consideration as a Supply Corps Officer in the Navy, you must be a U.S. citizen, be qualified for sea duty and be willing to serve worldwide. Degrees in business, science, technology, engineering and mathematics are preferred but not required. A graduate degree is preferred by not required. General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you're currently serving , whether you've served before or whether you've never served before . Part-Time Opportunities Serving part-time in the Navy Reserve, your duties will be carried out during your scheduled drilling and training periods. During monthly drilling, Supply Corps Officers in the Navy Reserve typically work at a location close to their homes. This gives you the flexibility to expand your profession in the Navy without compromising your civilian career at home. For annual training, Supply Corps Officers may serve anywhere in the world, whether at sea or on shore stations at home and abroad. Take a moment to learn more about the general roles and responsibilities of Navy Reserve Sailors . Most of what you do in the Navy Reserve is considered training. The basic Navy Reserve commitment involves training a minimum of one weekend a month (referred to as drilling) and two weeks a year (referred to as Annual Training) - or the equivalent. Supply Corps Officers in the Navy Reserve serve in an Officer role. Before receiving the ongoing professional training that comes with this job, initial training requirements must first be met. For current or former Navy Officers (NAVET): Prior experience satisfies the initial leadership training requirement - so you will not need to go through Officer Training again. For current or former Officers of military branches other than the Navy (OSVET), as well as for Officer candidates without prior military experience: You will need to meet the initial leadership training requirement by attending the five-week Officer Development School (ODS) in Newport, RI. This will count as your first Annual Training.
    $69k-99k yearly est.14d ago
  • Materials Manager / Warehouse Manager

    The Material Manager is responsible for the general governance, strategy and for the operative coordination of the Warehouse Units in the Jobsite(s), from the bidding phase to the mobilization, operation and demobilization of the Jobsite(s) in the US territory, in coordination with the Asset and Material Management Team located in Italian Headquarters. The Material Manager will implement all required processes, procedures, tools and will grant alignment and execution in line with Group policies. Responsibilities: Including but not limited to: · Ensures correct application, implementation, and execution of all Policies, Procedures, and Directives from Material Management in HQ · Assists in the development of relevant processes and procedures. · Implements procedures to ensure timely flow of materials and for tracking the physical inventory of the warehouse(s). · Coordinates requisition of material with Procurement department and establishes delivery sequences to requesting departments according to project priorities and anticipated availability of material. · During the bid study phase, supervises the activities to support the Bidding & Engineering Department, relating to the organization of the Warehouse structures of the Project, and the possible optimization of the activities, staffing and resources needed for executing the Project. · Supporting the project's start-up and implementing the Warehouse structure and the Group's processes, tools, and methods. · Throughout the Project's life cycle, supporting the development and verification of the Warehouse Department budget, also verifying all the possibilities for optimization, through possible synergies within the Group / across projects. · In the project closure phase, coordinating and supervising Warehouse Managers during all activities, granting correct approach to transfer, reutilization and optimization is applied. · Coordinating and supervising Warehouse Managers located in the various Jobsite(s) in operational activities, for achieving Project objectives. · Investigates and solves problems resulting from material shortages, and manages surplus disposal in the most optimized manner. · Interfaces with clients as required in areas of material forecasting, demand planning, and operational planning. · Provides analysis through accounting and inventory control group in areas of inventory accuracy and inventory levels against targets. · Maintains the highest safety standards for areas of responsibility, and acts as a role model in supporting the Safety, Health, and Environmental policies and standards of company and clients. Qualifications: Extensive knowledge of key processes of a modern Warehouse and of relevant KPI's Minimum 8 years of experience in managing Warehouse and/or Material Management Units in complex environments (heavy civil infrastructure experience a plus). Good command of JD Edwards system (or similar ERP system); excellent knowledge of Excel and of Office Tools; knowledge of SAP Good experience in Resource Planning, with specific focus on Stock Management, Stock Optimization, all Planning methodologies and relevant KPI's Structured, data-driven approach, think by process. · Ability to analyze, plan, budget and monitor costs. · Problem solving and a result-oriented approach. Standing, ability to create credibility and gain authority. Leadership and capable of coordinating resources in multicultural contexts and complex structures. Effective, incisive communication, with collaborative approach, interpersonal and negotiation skills. Ability to review, design, analyze, improve processes, together with ability to implement improvements. Ability to high numerical analysis, structured and rational knowledge and management of the main stock indicators. Adequate knowledge of the dynamics of the entire supply chain. Knowledge of the main materials managed and the key features.
    $45k-73k yearly est.13d ago
  • Logistics Specialist

    Must have : Bachelor's degree is required DAWIA Level III Logistics certification or equivalent in Life Cycle Logistics. Must have at least 8 years of life cycle logistics experience in an acquisition and/or sustainment organization. Summary: Requires demonstrated Cost/Schedule Controls System Criteria experience for complex programs, specifically implementation of contractor earned value/performance reporting and analysis. Demonstrated experience with work breakdown structures, cost accounting principles, schedule development and analysis, earned value measurement, and technical performance measurement is required. Sound knowledge on Technical, Project and Logistics Management. Good understanding of Equipment Fielding, Site Installation Plans, Technical Instruction Books, and LRU Management. Knowledge on Acquisition Management System, Integrated Logistics Management System and Logistics Elements. Ability to work across various functional teams and cultural backgrounds. Knowledge of project management processes, scope, cost, schedule, quality, and project Knowledge Areas. Evaluate LMI Data against RMA Documents, CID, Drawings, Parts Lists and Cable Assemblies and related hardware. Develop/Review LRU Depot Level Repair Specifications, and Depot Level Test Procedures. Review, provide and adjudicate comments on proposal documents, system, subsystem and component level technical documents such as specifications, interface control, design, and test documents. Actively participate in Provisioning Conference, FCA and PCA. Validate baseline documentation including CIDs, Drawings, Part Lists, BOM, and Software/Firmware. Conduct and review Spares Analysis and Management. Participate in Contractor Depot Logistics Support, GFI and GFE provisioning activities. Create Integrated Logistics Support Plans, Disposition Plans, Business Case Analyses, and System Technical Releases. Develop of Statement of Work and other procurement related documents to support new acquisitions. Evaluate and recommend process for configuration management, safety, reliability, maintainability, integrity and other system engineering disciplines to improve navigations services. Develop Statement of Work and other procurement related documents to support new acquisitions. Evaluate and recommend process for configuration management, safety, reliability, maintainability, integrity and other system engineering disciplines to improve navigations services. Conduct studies and analysis for navigation services and provides data, information, databases and other products. Generate technical report, strategy documents, white papers, presentations and other documents as required. Understand project management; will plan, schedule, conduct or coordinate detailed phases of the systems engineering processes or scientific work in a project and performs work that involves conventional engineering or scientific practice. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project and Visio.
    $33k-51k yearly est.2d ago
  • Assistant Warehouse Manager

    Assist in the execution of the daily warehousing operations of a multi-temperature, technology-driven warehouse with a focus on safety and efficiency Execute company processes successfully to ensure 100% compliance and safety regulations Ensure annual performance goals are met or exceeded, including on-time dispatches, quality, productivity, labor cost and product loss and damage Participate in the development of budgets Assist in developing and implementing the daily operating plan to include manpower planning, warehouse work schedules and equipment assignments; partner with the Warehouse Manager on bid package process Foster a work environment that maximized employee involvement, morale and engagement as well as ensuring compliance with regulations Ensure quality standards are achieved for all good shipped and received and that the facility and equipment remains maintained Maintain and monitor food safety activities in compliance with company and customer standards Partner with Warehouse Manager to provide oversight to warehouse slotting locations, racking, cycle counts and inventory of products Promptly solve problems to the maximum satisfaction of our customer(s) Partner with Human Resources to ensure appropriate staffing levels throughout the year and any employee concerns are promptly and appropriately addressed Any other duties as assigned Required Skills and Experience: High School Diploma or GED 2-4 years of related experience Self-motivated and disciplined team player Strong interpersonal and communication skills Ability to creatively solve problems in a fast-paced environment Sound organizational skills with the capacity to prioritize and multi-task to ensure deadlines are met Exhibit a sense of urgency and focus on results Proficient with the Microsoft Office suite with intermediate Excel skills Willing to work any shift and any schedule due to our 24/7 environment Must pass post-offer background check and drug test
    $33k-66k yearly est.11d ago
  • Distribution Supervisor

    Allied Resources is looking for a Supervisor, Distribution Operations for an exciting permanent leadership opportunity with a forward-thinking and innovative energy company headquartered in the Greater DC Area!
    $44k-68k yearly est.13d ago
  • Supply Chain Category Manager

    This position implements the X-energy Supply Chain Process and acts as primary liaison with Key Suppliers and company stakeholders Identify and manage category risks; and align category profiles with business needs, company direction, and X-energy's goals. X-Energy is a small entrepreneurial Gen IV nuclear power plant and fuel design company that recently signed an award winning $2,500,000,000.00/7-years agreement with the US Department of Energy to complete the design, licensing, and construction of its compellingly safe and revolutionary design. Support X-energy's Emergency Response activities as assigned.
    $80k-116k yearly est.13d ago
  • Inventory Control Manager | Washington, D.C.

    The Inventory Control Manager is responsible for all operational functions of the Retail Store and may be required to act as Manager on Duty in the absence of the Store Manager and Assistant Manager. Inventory Control Manager will be accountable for the following key deliverables: The David Yurman Washington, D.C.
    $51k-70k yearly est.7d ago
  • Conference Programming and Logistics Manager

    With more than 32,000 members in over 168 countries, the IACP is a recognized global leader in policing and is dedicated to enhancing the policing profession through new programmatic initiatives, advocacy, and excellent member services. As a leadership association, the IACP starts with our members' needs. Maintain and improve the IACP and conference brand is consistently represented throughout all touch points Absolutely. The IACP is the world's largest and most influential professional association for police leaders. When you work for the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), you don't just make a living, you make a difference by shaping the future of the policing profession. Each year the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) holds multiple meetings and events including an Annual Conference and Exposition with over 15,000 attendees, a sought after city-wide for many cities.
    $68k-86k yearly est.2d ago
  • Transportation Manager

    Transportation and Fleet Operations Manager #33
    $50k-73k yearly est.13d ago
  • Warehouse Manager

    This exciting Warehouse Manager opportunity offers a competitive salary plus an excellent benefits package including medical insurance, dental insurance, 401K, and PTO.
    $70k-80k yearly23d ago
  • Director Supply Chain Logistics

    Location Remote opportunity with preference for candidates to be located in the San Francisco, Denver, or Washington D.C. area
    $129k-179k yearly est.8d ago
  • Senior Manager Distribution and Logistics

    Mb Staffing Services is seeking the stellar experience for our client's Senior Manager Distribution and Logistics requirement.
    $98k-147k yearly est.13d ago
  • Logistics Specialist

    The service members of the Purchasing, Supply & Logistics community make sure America's Navy has what it needs, when it needs it.Officer positions in the Supply Corps are available to college graduates, and Logistics Specialist (LS) positions are available to those without a degree.RESPONSIBILITIESOfficer RoleA four-year college degree is required to become a Supply Officer. WORK ENVIRONMENTProfessionals in Navy purchasing, supply and logistics work in offices, shore-based warehouses, air cargo terminals at naval air stations and aboard ships. Enlisted RoleAs a Logistics Specialist (no college degree required), your efforts are crucial in delivering what the Navy needs for mission success. Pursuing opportunities at institutions such as Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or Navy War College (NWC) Organize and operate Navy post offices, ashore and afloat
    $44k-68k yearly est.17d ago
  • Supply Chain Manager

    This exciting Supply Chain Manager opportunity offers a competitive salary plus an excellent benefits package including medical insurance, dental insurance, 401K, and PTO. Does this Supply Chain Manager position match your future career goals? Benefits: Medical Insurance / Dental Insurance 401K Matching PTO Direct Hire Salary: $85K-$95K Ask for: Andy Bates Job Id: 22187 Ajulia Executive Search is a New Jersey based Executive Search Firm specializing in retained searches in multiple sectors, including Manufacturing, Finance, IT, Legal, and Pharmaceutical.
    $85k-95k yearly9d ago
  • Logistic Manager (Simulation)

    We are currently Looking for a Logistic Manager to work at our Chantilly Office.
    $62k-90k yearly est.11h ago
  • Senior Manager, Logistics

    This role will be engaged broadly with Supply Chain, Finance, Sales, Marketing and StarKist Senior Management. Involves working with 3rd party transportation provider and StarKist finance to constantly improve and automate metrics. Lead and/or participate in special studies & projects as needed for impacting the StarKist Supply Chain. This position is located in Reston, VA Manage StarKist's freight claim process with the objective of recovering a maximum amount of the product value from carriers that are deemed to be responsible for StarKist's product shortage, loss or damage. Analyze all data collected and make recommendations to StarKist leadership team on changes to poli Develop StarKist policies and strategies to minimize risk and streamline processes.
    $105k-133k yearly est.5d ago
  • Merchandising and Inventory Manager

    Working at PetSmart is not a job, it's a community of those who work together for the love of pets. So, as a PetSmart Department Manager, you'll help lead the team in the following areas: Merchandising & Inventory: Our Merchandising & Inventory Leader play an integral role in helping our pet parents find exactly what they need, right when they need it. As the Department Manager for Merchandise and Inventory, you'll ensure that the store runs smoothly-from head to tail.
    $52k-67k yearly est.23d ago
  • Logistics Specialist (OCONUS)

    SOSi is seeking a Logistics Specialist to join a medical support services program in Iraq in support of our U.S. government customer. The Logistics Specialist will be providing clerical, administrative and logistical support, involving supply and maintenance functions. If the position is accepted by the incumbent on the job, other applications/resumes of non-incumbents will not be reviewed.
    $33k-51k yearly est.9d ago

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Average Salary For a Logistics Manager

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Logistics Manager is $74,702 per year or $36 per hour. The highest paying Logistics Manager jobs have a salary over $106,000 per year while the lowest paying Logistics Manager jobs pay $52,000 per year

Updated March 23, 2023
Average Logistics Manager Salary
$74,865 yearly
$36 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a Logistics Manager

Operations Manager

Operations managers are in charge of running the main business of the organization. They ensure that the business is running smoothly from an operations standpoint. They make sure that the processes in place produce the necessary output by implementing quality control measures. They also manage finances and ensure that there is enough budget to keep the operations of the business running. They also ensure that the production of goods or services is cost-efficient. Operations managers also handle people-related concerns. They are responsible for interviewing candidates, choosing the ones to hire, and ensuring that individuals assigned to operations are properly trained.

Project Manager

Project managers oversee a specific project related to the organization's business. They manage the whole project from inception to evaluation. They initiate planning with involved departments, follow-through on the plans, ensure smooth execution of the plans, and evaluate the project for further improvements should these be needed. In line with this, project managers also ensure that the project is cost-efficient and well within the budget. They also manage the different work teams involved in the project and ensure that things are running smoothly on this aspect as well.

Store Manager

A store manager is responsible for monitoring the daily operations, making sure of its smooth and efficient performance with the best services provided to the customers. Store managers' duty also includes tracking the budget of the store to ensure that all expenses are meeting the sales goals. A store manager must also be able to plan and share strategies to boost sales performance and provide the needed support for the employees by communicating with them regularly, listening on suggestions, and taking necessary actions for complaints as required.

Purchasing Manager

A purchasing manager is responsible for organizing and managing products to order or sell. Purchasing managers review product specifications, negotiate pricing details with the vendors, evaluate and choose the best suppliers, and assist purchasing agents. Purchase managers are also responsible for resolving order processing issues and analyzing current market trends to determine which products to purchase. A purchasing manager must have excellent decision-making and strategical skills to examine effects, inspect defective items, and create an in-depth analysis of customers' needs to improve their performance and sales.

Planning Manager

Planning managers perform various duties and responsibilities for an organization. These include planning and monitoring a project or department's budget, production schedule, and inventory, creating reports of new plans, programs, and regulations, and ensuring development proposals comply with requirements and regulations. Additionally, planning managers are expected to serve as an intermediary between developers, government entities, businesses, and communities. They also oversee site plans, rezoning, and special-use permits, set schedules for the project, and supervise other personnel such as developers and consultants.

Illustrated Career Paths For a Logistics Manager

Logistics Manager Jobs FAQs

Do Logistics Jobs Pay Well?

Yes, logistics jobs pay well. Logistics positions tend to average $74,700 per year in the United States. However, based on experience, education gained, and industry, the salary for a logistics professional can reach as high as $96,200 in a mid-tier role. The final decision on salary is contingent upon employer and location.

What Skills Does A Logistics Manager Need?

Skills needed by a logistics manager include employee management, thorough documentation practices, and operational streamlining. Other areas a logistics manager may need to hone their skill sets include communication, data tracking, and budgeting.

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