Tuesday, January 17, 2017
More Careers To Pursue with Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
A little while back we covered 3 career paths that are made available to you with a Logistics and Supply Chain Management diploma, and because Supply Chain Logistics are such a diverse industry, we thought we'd cover 3 more of the literally hundreds of career options in this field.
Export Brokerage Clerk
An Export Brokerage Clerk processes goods through Customs that are being shipped internationally across borders. They ensure that all the necessary documents are completed in keeping with each country's shipping laws, and ensure that no dangerous or restricted goods cross the border.
Route Planners have a role similar to that of Project Managers. They oversee the coordination and distribution of goods and labour, track inventory, and ensure client satisfaction.
Shipper / Receiver
Shipper / Receivers can work in the public or private sector and are responsible for the day-to-day tasks in a shipping warehouse. This includes receiving and recording shipments coming into a warehouse and making sure outgoing shipments are processed correctly.
Many roles within the Supply Chain offer a lot of variety, not to mention upward mobility. Help keep the world economy moving and take your first step toward a rewarding career in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Get in touch with us and we will be happy to assist you in reaching your goals.
More information on the Supply Chain sector in Canada:
Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council
Careers in the Supply Chain
Supply Chain Management Association
Supply Chain Management Association Manitoba
Supply Chain Management Association Alberta