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Sr. Transportation Coordinator

Position Summary The Service Specialist position provides the tactical execution of the transportation team through On-Time pick up and delivery management, In transit tracking, risk identification and mitigation, date maintenance, and exception management to meet internal and external customer expectations. The Service Specialist interacts with a large number of internal and external critical partners. The position requires a self-managed individual who is aligned with the expectations and objectives of the Supply Chain as they conduct their daily operational activities.  This position is based in the centralized Transportation Hub (T-Hub) in Dekalb, IL or in Solon, OH. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:Operational: •   Efficiently and effectively execute the transport of products utilizing the Transportation Control Tower (TCT) tools and processes to exceed service expectations. •   Collaboration with cross-functional areas including customer service, carriers, facilities, and deployment while maintaining the proper professional approach in all interactions (face to face, phone, email, meeting, etc) •   Take initiative and make decisions independently weighing customer needs, facility requirements, carrier capacity, and escalating as appropriate. •   Ensure load coverage by utilizing published rote guides while balancing service and cost. •   Support Nestle Operational Master Plan, Nestle Continuous Excellence Initiatives and Continuous Process Improvement. •   Resolve conflicts/discrepancies positively, professionally, and timely.Functional: •   On-Time pick up management •   In transit tracking •   On-Time delivery management •   Risk Analysis identification and mitigation •   Date maintenance •   Exception ManagementAdministration: •   Build strong working relationships with internal and external customers. •   Daily communication on successes and opportunities. •   Pursue continuous education on Transportation and Supply Chain. •   Trusted with confidential information. •   Embrace a Winning mindset, while being aligned, agile and adaptable.REQUIREMENTS AND MINIMUM EDUCATION LEVEL:•   High School Diploma, with a college education preferred.  •   Requires a professional approach to internal and external customers.  •   Demonstrates a professional image and demeanor.•   Transportation and/or logistics experience preferred  •   Experience in a tactical and fast-paced office environment  •   Strong customer service skills

Nestlé S.A. • Dekalb, U.S.

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Manager, Import operations

Sony Electronics, Inc. look for the risk-takers, the collaborators, the inspired and the inspirational. We want the people who are brave enough to work at the cutting edge and create solutions that will enrich and improve the lives of people across the globe. So, if you want to make the world say wow, let's talk.Expert, Import OperationsSony's Purpose is simple. We aim to fill the world with emotion, through the power of creativity and technology. We want to be responsible for getting hearts racing, stirring ambition, and putting a smile on the faces of our customers. That challenge, combined with our spirit of innovation, motivated us to create groundbreaking technology, entertainment, and services for people worldwide.Our history as a global brand had been built around employees that all have a passion for touching peoples' lives, and pride in pushing beyond that status quo to produce truly extraordinary results.ResponsibilitiesOversees day to day Import activity for Sony Electronics, with additional support for sister Sony organizations (Sony Interactive Entertainment, Sony Latin America, Sony Biotechnology, Hawkeye, Takeoff Point).Interfaces with internal Legal Counsel, Finance Group, Parent Company (Sony Corporation - TYO), overseas Sony affiliates (Singapore, Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Thailand), and provides updates as necessary with changes to import regulations; resolves problems and provides suggestions to enhance the import flow.Communicates with internal and external customers, freight forwarders, customs officers, and other government agencies when operational support is needed.Helps to ensure legal compliance and establishes import controls adhering to government rules and regulations for all shipments. Manages the timely processing of import clearance and entry filings with our Customs Brokers. Helps to manage financial reconciliations to ensure accurate and timely payment of duties and taxes to US Customs.Provides financial reports to SNA's Finance, and Trade Strategy and Compliance Groups, and retains accurate information for record keeping and future audits.Performs audits to ensure correct payment of duties, taxes, and fees to US Customs. Provides leadership and guidance to 3rd party support team. Directs support team to complete assignments using established guidelines, procedures, and policies. Provides support and backs up support roles when needed.Supports the management of 3rd party vendors (Fed Ex Trade Networks, QuestaWeb / Descartes, MJ Carrillo, etc.). Conducts regular meetings with vendor partners to discuss KPI, initiatives, and topics related to compliance, customs clearance, and other import related matters. Conducts reviews of the third party's operations and SOPs. Helps to ensure that team goals are achieved according to established guidelines, procedures, and policies.Creates, updates, maintains, and socializes Sony’s Import procedure manual to 3rd party support team and other stakeholders. Supports project management initiatives, helping to develop and execute project plans.Uses knowledge and experience to provide guidance; focus on process improvement utilizing PDCA methodology.May be asked to provide compliance training to internal Business units, Staff members, and 3rd party affiliates.Minimum RequirementsBA/BS Business, Supply Chain (or similar)5+ years Import Operations work experienceAbility to manage complex situations with internal and external stakeholdersProficiency with Microsoft Office suitePreferred Skills U.S. Customs Brokerage License or Certified Customs Specialist CertificateExperience with SAP ERP, QuestaWeb Import applicationsExperience with process improvement initiatives using PDCA methodologyProject management experience; SmartsheetExperience with Analytics; Power BI

Sony Electronics Inc. • San Diego, u.s.

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Whse Oper Coord

Yamaha has an excellent opportunity for a Warehouse Operations Coordinator to join our Logistics team in Kennesaw GA. The Warehouse Operations Coordinator will monitor and report on finished goods warehouse operations in assigned regions to ensure that they are performing consistently with YMUS objectives and expectations. Resolution of logistics related problems for dealers, inventory control, sales groups, and warehouse operations in the assigned regions. JSOX and Ernst & Young audit resolution and reconciliation. Assist with warehouse projects in all regions. Specific duties include, but are not limited to:Monitor warehouse operations in assigned regions: daily activities, dealer shipments, aged orders, open TO’s, cancellations, in-transit report, customer returns/repos, discrepant materials, OS&D (over, short and damaged), lost units, damaged units, negative inventory status, switched crates, and R Drive follow up. Implement and monitor weekly system generated warehouse cycle counts.Process billing for switched crates and lost unit claims. Assist in investigating and correcting cross-dock errors, transfers, or inbound receipts. Assist with the processing of dealer returns, Loan Pool returns, and repossessions.Assist with warehouse projects on a national basis. Monitor progress and review ‘hold code status’ on a continuing basis to ensure that all reworked units are returned to On Hand Available status at the end of the project.JSOX audit resolution and reconciliation for the assigned regions. Conduct physical inventories, inventory reconciliation, and audit product on hold file to ensure proper classification by warehouses. Research product shrinkage and damage at warehouses. Prepare, process, and collect claims against finished goods warehouses for loss and damage. Supply documents for monthly audits on paper-warehouses, in-transit report, and dealer returns/repos. Assist Ernst & Young with physical audits and reconciliation for assigned region. Answer and supply other documentation required from Ernst & Young.Research and solve dealer problems that involve Sales, Logistics, Credit, Warranty, and YMFUS disputes.Interface with Sales Assistants for accommodation holds and order cancellations in assigned regions. Assist Loan Pool with damage unit requests, arranging special pickups at the unit warehouses, and returns of Loan Pool products while ensuring proper coding upon return.Direct involvement with National Powersports Auction (NPA), Scratch & Dent, and Deals on Wheels. Requires assistance with damage inventory at the warehouses.Perform other duties as assigned.Qualifications:High school diploma required with some college coursework preferred. General office, clerical skills and good telephone skills required. Should be computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office. Knowledge in SAP and YCRMS is ideal. Previous inventory control experience would be helpful. This position requires the ability to communicate clearly and concisely and be able to work under pressure while exercising good judgment and initiative. Individual must be highly organized, able to multi-task, attention to detail, and possess good follow-up skills.

Yamaha Motor Co. USA • Kennesaw, U.S.

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Transport Operations Controller

Job DescriptionWE ACT AS BUSINESS PARTNER TO TRANSPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER TO ACHIEVE BUSINESS RESULTS, OPTIMIZE PERFORMANCE AND ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITHIN TRANSPORT.Job Responsibility including but not limited to: •   Lead analysis and act as the speaking partner in the budget process, as well as related closings together with the Transport Operations Manager•   Collecting and analyzing data from all related areas (returns, YMS, carrier etc)•   Identify business opportunities to increase cost efficiency in the transportation network•   Computing/ calculating all financial aspects in a tender process•   Managing CERES and CO2 reporting from all contracted partners in the day-to-day business as well as in tenders•   Responsible to ensure the quality and that requirements are met in all cost and sustainability appendixes in the RFP package•   Responsible for invoice control and rate follow up for all connected carriers and suppliers•   Computing all transport related data to reflect the agreed KPIs in score cards and regional reports  QualificationsROLE REQUIREMENTS:•   Advanced computer knowledge including Microsoft Office Suite•   1-3 years of budgeting experience, including P&L, forecasting, etc.•   Must have up-to-date knowledge and understanding of accounting and finance practices•   Ability to look at business need and cost consciousness•   Excellent people and communication skills•   Ability to work independently and in a high pressure, multi-personality, fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment•   Demonstrates flexible and efficient time management and ability to prioritize workload.•   Ability to protect confidential information•   Excellent organizational skills Minimum Candidate Qualifications: Competencies: •   Deep knowledge of controlling, logistics, transport, related software and regional specifics, as well as operational capabilities•   Good understanding of cross-functional departments and collaboration within Regions•   Solid skills in project mgmt., prioritization and business case•   Strong problem-solving and analytical mindset•   Strong communication & coordination skills•   Ability to collaborate and co-create with others•   Agile mindset with a positive attitude to change and meaningful growth•   Inclusive and empathetic towards others whilst encouraging diversity •   Ability to understand your impact to others and contribution to the bigger picture

H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB • Burlington, U.S.

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Commodity Manager

We are a smart appliance manufacturer with a history of innovation dating back 50 years. We design, manufacture and sell over 15, 000 products. You will find our products in the White House the Guggenheim Museum and a multitude of hotels, restaurants, retail stores, homes, conference facilities, educational facilities, hospitals, museums, and public spaces. Our smart products save our customers over $1 billion per year in energy costs. Innovative design is the core of everything we do. We have manufacturing facilities in the US and abroad and strategic purchasing is critical to keeping our lines running. You will be a key member of our procurement team developing strategies to strengthen our relationships with our supply chain. You will apply your knowledge for commodity management to our evolving business needs and manage executive-level supplier relationships. We will rely on you to link customers, vendors, and engineering to ensure supplier capabilities match our current and future needs. We will assist a talented Supply Chain professional with relocation to Pennsylvania's Lehigh valley where you can enjoy and afford a robust selection of nightlife, entertainment, arts, and outdoor activities. 3 Awesome reasons to work here:Work for a Global leader where your efforts ensure customers get on-time solutionsYou will have a high degree of autonomy and quickly be given a lot of responsibilityExcellent benefits including excellent, low-cost insurance, PTO, 401K, and profit sharing What you will be doing We will rely on you to develop and execute sourcing strategies by developing, negotiating, implementing, and sustaining supply agreements consistent with business needs. You will monitor and respond to changing market conditions and business drivers on a global basis to maximize leverage and minimize risk. Enhance our operational flexibility and profitability through the creation and execution of a strategic commodity plan Work collaboratively to build a world class supply chain, improve delivery rates to customers, and reduce risk through the execution of supply strategies Select, manage, and develop our key plastics and mechanical suppliers or electronic device suppliers Develop and implement cost reduction and capacity strategies through value analysis, inventory management, and optimization Develop executive-level supplier relationships Continuously benchmark suppliers to ensure best-in-class commodity management Solve emerging supply chain problems, such as logistical challenges, material supply availability and vendor capability Ensure suppliers are meeting our expectations of service level performance Help new product teams develop relationships with new and existing suppliers to match product needs with supplier capabilities Work with business teams to ensure proper forecasting of components and matching vendor supply What you need for this Position:Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Supply Chain, Business, Engineering or related with a GPA of 3.0+At least 5 years of Commodity Management experienceExperience to work with C-Level executives at Suppliers What's in it for you: In addition to a competitive salary ($100 - $140K and full benefits, you will have the opportunity to have a major impact developing products used in homes and businesses worldwide. Our market leadership position and history of growth will provide you with excellent opportunities for advancement.

Craft Recruiting • Allentown, U.S.

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