Ref: CC44236

Logistics Administrator / Order Management (Ref:MW44236)

Sector Supply Chain/Logistics/Import Export
Type Full-time, Permanent
Location London
Salary (Annual) £ ~ 27,000 / Year
Benefits Bonus, Transportation cost, annual health check etc
International company in the petroleum product sector seeks a Logistics Administrator / Order Management for their busy London office.
TYPE: Permanent, full-time
WORKING HOURS: 9:00-17:00 from Monday to Friday (Hybrid working style applied)
SALARY: Basic up to £27K depending on experience & transportation fee all provided + plus good benefits
START: April 2022
LOCATION: London, City
VISA: Company won't be able to provide visa support, will be able to accept applicant only who is eligible working in the UK indefinitely.

<Purpose of the role>
In accordance with own group strategy, pursue the customer satisfactions and meet the requirement thereof through on time and in full delivery arrangement.
You always comply with logistic regulation and taxation correctly.

<Essential knowledge, skills, qualifications>
• Work experience as a Logistics Administrator, Warehouse Administrator, or similar role
(Experienced within UK for at least 2-3 years as must in relevant area)
• Knowledge of logistics software or transport management systems
• Excellent written and oral communications skills in English
• Basic financial accounting knowledge
• Excellent organizational and time-management skills
• English (Business level)
• IT literacy (Business level)
• Direct customer support experience
• Expert understanding of incoterms and import / export procedures and handling with custom agents and goods / shipments clearance
• Able to prioritise and work under pressure
• Customer order management and ability to negotiate with suppliers to meet customer delivery deadlines
• Basic level knowledge in forecasting and re-order management to manage inventory

<Preferred knowledge, skills, qualifications>
• Bachelor's degree in Supply chain, Logistics, or a related field
• SAP Global certification or a related certification
• Ideally if they have experience in chemical / lubricants industry then this will be preferred
• Expert knowledge to handle Imports in UK and exports to Europe after Brexit

<Duties, Responsibilities>
Supply chain Management
• Plan shipments based on product availability and customer requests
• Keen on customer demand and forecast
• Arrange shipping documents (like invoices, purchase orders and export docs etc.)
• Maintain updated records of orders, suppliers and customers
• Oversee the levels of our warehouse stock and place orders as needed
• correct discrepancies between physical and system stock
• If necessary, source necessary product to customer
• Answer customer inquiry in the first place

Other
• Proactively communicate with colleagues and managers to ensure a good working environment
• Other Misc. responsibilities maybe added from time to time
Updated: 87 days ago
Ref: CC44236