Operations/Logistics Management Pathway
I troubleshoot, I remain calm and I thrive off consistent conflict. I make decisions off data and analysis. I put out fires and like to understand how each system works. I’m process driven and love to work in a defined environment. After an issue, I debrief and establish new actions and make sure they are rehearsed on the new process.
I love sitting in the command post and using data feeds to drive decisions.
I’m an Operations/Logistics Manager.
Time 2 – 5 weeks online
Date Available now
Cost Free for veterans
TYPE OF VETERAN REQUIRED
This career pathway is very well suited to any veteran who is a junior to senior leader within their Corps/ Mustering/ Category and has received consistently high marks in their annual reports for management and leadership. Any veteran that has thrived when working detached in the Command Post making a decision, taking into account different information, analysing a problem and keeping the engine room going will be suited for this pathway.
Potential Income: $75000- $125000
Job Stability: High
Barriers to Entry: Low
Current Employability: Stable
Future Employability: Stable
Locations: 250,000+ Cities
Titles: Operations lead, Operations Manager, Operations Officer
Companies: Any company over 50 people across industry.
Operations/Logistics Managers are intimately involved with the organisation’s ‘business as usual’ (BAU) departments, which involves the daily delivery of goods and services to the business and/or its customers and clients.
These roles are usually high paced and require consistent performance with individuals displaying strong leadership and management skills.
A good Operations/Logistics Manager will have the following skills and attributes:
– Someone who can motivate and direct the efforts of a team through strong leadership and managerial skills.
– Ability to understand and implement business improvement processes to increase business effectiveness and efficiencies.
– Resolve conflicts and prioritise tasks between internal and external priorities.
– Strong communication skills with good time management.
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- Preferred – Bachelor/Post Graduate qualifications in logistics and supply chain.
- Extensive experience in handling Sea and Air Shipment permits and documentation.
- Extensive experience in warehousing, distribution and transport, generally a minimum of five to ten years.
- Proficient in SAP is highly required (SAP Certification Intermediate Materials Management Course).
- Experience in using Microsoft suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
- Excellent communication skills both verbal and written, including proficiency in telephone communications.
- Proven ability to control operating costs.
- Ability to deal with complex information and schedules, and effectively coordinate activities to achieve delivery deadlines.
- Demonstrated proficiency in accuracy and attention to detail.
- Demonstrated ability to identify and analyse potential logistics problems, and initiate appropriate solutions.
- Proven ability to organise self and others to obtain cooperation from people to find appropriate work solutions.