Logistics Coordinator Jobs in Madison, Wisconsin
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Trek Bicycle Corp Madison, WI, 53706
RACE TRIP DESIGN & TEAM HOSPITALITY COORDINATOR PRIMARY OBJECTIVES OF THIS POSITION Is to design and manage cycling vacations of a lifetime. The Race Trip & Hospitality Coordinator (TDC) is responsible for trip/event creation and content maintenance for trips/events in the assigned regions. The TDC works to ensure that we are continuously improving the trip quality for our guests, while always l...
Covance Madison, WI, 53706
We are currently hiring a Procurement Generalist for our Madison, WI location. The Generalist position is a customer service role, acting primarily as a consultant to their User group, rather than strictly an order processor. The Generalist does have responsibility for procurement activities for global Business Units and/or partner function related to day to day operations of these Business Units....
CUNA Mutual Group Madison, WI, 53706
Work Location: Madison, WI Travel: 25% We are seeking an uncommon professional to join our team as a Conference & Event Planning Manager Job Responsibilities 1. Professionally lead and oversee planning, budgeting and logistics for meetings, conferences, events, and workshops. Represent CUNA Mutual and internal business leaders by serving as first point of contact for all event attendees, hotels, ...
Spectrum Brands Middleton, WI, 53562
Multitalented operations leader who can utilize the optimal mix of talented people, disciplined processes, targeted information technology, and exceptional project management skills to drive cost-savings/performance improvement initiatives within both transportation and indirect sourcing. Skilled at all forms of procurement, particularly transportation / logistics procurement and indirect sourcin...
Exact Sciences Madison, WI, 53706
The Project Manager, Client Implementation develops the strategy and detailed project plan, tailored to each client organization, for the effective implementation of the product program. This will involve facilitating all customer-facing implementation meetings, assembling internal cross-functional teams to deliver on implementation tasks, coordinating ordering logistics, training and ongoing educ...
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$32,000.00 - $100,000.00
Typical Salary for Logistics Analyst in Madison
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Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
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Maintains logistics operations by defining logistics requirements; collecting, analyzing, and interpreting logistics situation; preparing reports.
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Ability to establish and maintain a database
Ability to evaluate logistical forecasts and develop methods to improve them
Ability to forecast logistical requirements through integration of diverse data sources
Prepares logistics requirements reports by completing quality control checks regarding information; collecting and summarizing information; answering questions; providing additional information requested.
Analyzes logistics situation by reviewing performance metrics and performance measurement methods, as well as criteria for evaluating data and information; assessing support readiness, physical facilities, and logistic organization; evaluating support capabilities and systems, including acquisition and planning, inventory control, new material ordering and training, and system introduction; studying inventories, equipment and supplies usage, and production, maintenance and transportation schedules; analyzing databases; developing interpretations and conclusions.
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