About the job:

Job Title: Logistics Specialist

Department: Van & Reefer Division

Reports To: Director of Van Services

FLSA Status: Exempt

Logistics Specialist


A Logistics Specialist (LS) is a mid-level position in freight brokerage. A LS should be able to manage customer relationships, source carriers, build shipments and solve problems.


The day-to-day responsibilities are:

Track and Trace Shipments.
Enter Shipments into our Transportation Management System (TMS).
Cover shipments with carriers through a variety of methods.
Interface and service customers’ needs.
Solve Problems.
Other duties as needed.


Position Qualifications –

The applicant must:

Be organized, very detail oriented, and a multitasker.
Be fluent on computers (Outlook, Word, Excel, and basic computer functions).
Be able to type.
Exhibit good phone skills for contact with customers and carriers.
Have strong problem-solving skills.
Academic degree is preferable, but not required.
7 years of logistics experience, van and/or reefer experience.


Job Status: Full-time

Hourly Pay: Based on experience.

Benefits: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance (including dependents); Short-term Disability; Flexible Spending Account (FSA); Up to 4% 401k Match of contributions.


To apply for this job email your details to mcastellano@meostaffing.com

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