Supply Chain and Logistics

You’re a logistics professionals looking to kickstart or accelerate your career. Or maybe you’re a hiring manager looking to find the next star link in your supply chain. Either way, you’ve arrived at the right location.

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Land your dream logistics job

With the world’s most recognizable companies leading the way, online shopping is exploding; there are millions of new shoppers—and billions of new dollars spent—every year. That means endless shipments from manufacturers to distributors to online retailers to consumers. Good news for skilled, job-hunting logistics pros like you!

Logistics jobs we fill

Regardless of your experience—from a few years to 20+—and your education—from a technical degree to a master’s degree—you’re the type of candidate we need. We’re hiring for many open temporary and permanent supply chain jobs at big corporations and small businesses alike.

  • Commodity Manager
  • Logistics Analyst
  • Director of Global Logistics
  • Operations Manager
  • Demand Planner
  • Warehouse Manager
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Advice for getting a logistics job

With an ever-increasing movement of goods, a relatively low professional unemployment rate and a steady demand for supply chain and logistics talent, you should be ambitious in your job search. However, that doesn’t mean it’ll be easy; there are many steps in the process.

You must do things like highlight your specialized experience and skills on your resume and show off your communication skills in interviews: but most importantly, you must seek jobs that align with your career goals—and that’s how we can help.

Here are some interview questions to prep for

  • Why are you looking for a new job?
  • Why does our company appeal to you?
  • Why are you a good fit for this particular logistics position?
  • How have you seen technology streamline the supply chain? Provide an example.
  • As the industry evolves, how will you continue to learn and adapt?

Know the logistics salary you should make

Supply chain and logistics salaries obviously aren’t one-size-fits-all. Depending on the position, company size and location, they can range from $40,000 to over $100,000. What exactly should you make? Check out our convenient salary calculator to find out.

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Hire your next supply chain ace

There are myriad factors contributing to the growth of logistics business: data, globalization, online shopping and technology to name a few. But is there enough new talent in the field to accommodate the growth? That’s debatable. Either way, it’s critical you do everything possible to connect with and appeal to logistics professionals, particularly Millennials.

Supply chain and logistics staffing

In a business where specialty talent is often employed and fairly scarce in many geographic areas, it can be difficult to source and hire the professionals you need to keep pace with a fast-moving supply chain, not to mention, retain them.

This means having a razor sharp focus on recruiting and perhaps using alternative methods to connect with fitting job candidates. It also means offering competitive—or, in some cases, more than competitive—compensation, career opportunities and work-life balance.

Enter Ajilon. We can help you find the temporary and permanent talent you need—anytime, anywhere. And we can lend all sorts of advice when it comes to managing and retaining that talent.

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Common positions we fill

  • Commodity Manager

    Manages and organizes activities of buyers and support staff engaged in purchasing and distributing raw materials, equipment, machinery and supplies.

  • Logistics Analyst

    Determines the most effective means for using capital, equipment, energy, facilities, information, material and people to make a product or service.

  • Director of Global Logistics

    Directs and oversees operations within an organization’s logistics department, including the transportation and storage of goods and inventory control.

  • Operations Manager

    Manages and organizes organization branch, plant or department operations strategies and activities.

  • Demand Planner

    Plans and organizes distribution of goods to ensure that current inventory levels are within set parameters to meet customer demands.

  • Warehouse Manager

    Manages and controls storage and distribution activities to ensure maximum utilization of facilities.

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