Job Opportunity-Logistics Officer

Job brief- Seeking a competent Logistics Officer to oversee day-to-day logistical functions of emergency management including: support, planning, procurement, supply chain, inventory management, warehousing, transport of equipment, oversight of communication and IT. The Logistics officer will coordinate personnel and procedures to achieve the effective distribution of goods during operations.
Under the direction of the Emergency Management Coordinator, the logistics officer will assist in multiple phases of the Gadsden County Emergency Management program, such as preparedness, response, recovery, mitigation and continuity of governmental services. The Logistics officer will correspond with appropriate project managers to provide effective logistical support to field operations and field teams. The ideal candidate will be well-versed in supply management principles and practices and possesses great record-keeping abilities.
Starting Salary: $30, 000.00
Duties and Responsibilities • Coordinate and monitor supply chain operations • Ensure premises, assets and communication ways are used effectively • Utilize logistics IT to optimize procedures • Supervise supply and equipment orders and arrange appropriate storage • Manage equipment by maintaining logs and records of warehouse inventory • Coordinate/perform weekly vehicle/equipment maintenance checks and retain maintenance logs • Communicate with suppliers, retailers, customers etc. to achieve profitable deals and mutual satisfaction • Plan and track the shipment of final products according to requirements • Prepare accurate reports for upper management
Requirements • Proven experience as logistics coordinator • Florida Driver's License; Florida Commercial Driver's License and endorsement preferred • Able to work a variety of work schedules including compulsory work periods in special, emergency, and/or disaster situations • Experience in customer service will be appreciated • Must be able to lift 50-75lbs • Knowledge of laws and regulations of local, state and federal procurement requirements • Knowledge of Incident Command Systems (ICS). Completion of ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700, 800. • Ability to work with little supervision and track multiple processes • Computer-savvy with a working knowledge of Microsoft and Excel • Outstanding organizational and coordination abilities • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • Associate’s Degree in business administration or relevant field. Experience in equipment and supply chain management MAY substitute for education.