The Logistics Engineer is responsible for improving the productivity, quality, performance, and profitability for the logistics operations by applying engineering methods and analysis to a variety of business opportunities and problems.
Functions & Responsibilities:
- Apply Industrial Engineering methods and skills to gather and analyze information to improve company and customer processes and results.
- Develop ways of measuring and communicating operational effectiveness that generate business insight for the organization.
- Identify and define process improvement project opportunities.
- Quality Improvements: PFMEA to prevent errors.
- Delivery Improvements: Kaizen Events, promote 5S Solutions, and reduce rework
- Cost Improvements: develop a world class logistics program, Continuous Improvement projects to lower cost and eliminate waste.
- Design process, system, and technology solutions to meet customer and company business needs.
- Provide technical development for new and existing decision support and business intelligence systems, databases, and programs.
- Measure and report the results (costs and benefits) of implemented projects.
- Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, Supply Chain Management or a related field is preferred.
- 5 years hands-on engineering experience in a distribution environment
- Experience dealing with system implementation, 3PL, order picking, and sequencing
- Experience implementing lean material flow
- Trained in Six Sigma or Lean Manufacturing tools
- Working knowledge of CAD and layout planning