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Primary execution leader for international logistics operations across the network of Dollar General freight forwarders, ocean carriers, import centers, and key service providers. Responsible for implementing carrier and service provider strategies, standardizing process and procedures for international logistics operations ensuring on-time customer delivery and accuracy in reporting. Manages staff of international logistics specialist and senior analyst with responsibility for import center operations, outsourced services, activity based reporting, financials and day-to-day transportation operations.
Lead DG Drayage Program
Team development and performance management:
§ Broad general knowledge of logistics and a deep working knowledge and skill set supporting transportation and logistics operations in a complex, multi-site DC environment
§ Ability to build key business relationships with internal and external business partners
§ Strong business acumen around the cost components of logistics flow of merchandise including cargo consolidation/deconsolidation operations
§ Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in both oral and written format to all levels of leadership
§ Ability to analyze large data sets using well-honed computer software skills to develop insights and conclusions for the business
§ Ability to think strategically and fiscally from a functional perspective
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, logistics or engineering required. Requires a minimum of 5 - 8 years of work experience, at least 4 of which must have been in the logistics and transportation arena supporting a large-scale transportation and logistics network. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.