Careers

Isuzu is the global leader in commercial vehicles and diesel engines. We consistently focus on "creation without compromise" in the process of building and maintaining a world class organization. By expanding our operations across the globe, Isuzu products benefit people in over 100 countries. To ensure the most advanced performance and superb service, we are moving forward in product development, quality, manufacturing systems and customer support, which will become the new global standards of excellence. We hold an uncompromising commitment to improvement for better products and a better partnership with the world.

These Isuzu companies are proud to offer comprehensive salary and benefit packages to their employees.

Opportunities With:

Isuzu Motors America, LLC

Plymouth, MI - Manager, Supply Chain - PT

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIS-84-19

46401 Commerce Center Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170

Email: mirecruiter@isza.com

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Manager, Supply Chain - PT

Responsible for organization, management, goals, and implementation of Supply Chain Management (SCM) sales order processing, and engine order procurement/forecasting/tracking activities. The position is also responsible for inventory management, product delivery cycle, and overall customer service. Interacts with finance, MIS, customs, and logistics within Isuzu as well as counterparts in Isuzu Motors Limited (Japan). Manages supply, warehousing, inventory and distribution of engine and engine-related components consistent with corporate policy, ensuring overall operating efficiency and customer satisfaction. Oversees all business-related issues with Isuzu suppliers to include costs, assembly processes and delivery. Processes engine ordering activities to include Sales, Production, Inventory (SPI) related reporting content. Periodic involvement with the finance department to facilitate business-related audits. Manages, trains and mentors SCM staff. Provides operational support and guidance to ensure maximum productivity. Provides periodic reporting on departmental status and activities to include production status, supplier issues and/or system issues, personnel, and organization of the SCM team. Creates SCM strategies that increase efficiency and speed to include collaboration with other departments and to identify vulnerabilities and close operational gaps with a focus on cost management and business growth. Plans and manages the supply chain department budget and expense according to the plan and actual. Responsible for audit oversight activity. Oversees reporting specific to customs and emissions compliance with respect to processes and reporting.

Bachelor's degree required; in Supply Chain or International Business preferred. Minimum of five years' experience with engine sales, distributor, or supplier in an industrial or automotive field preferred. Minimum of three years in a supervisory or managerial role in a supply chain area. Understanding of distributor and OEM companies' business processes, flow, and operations. Working knowledge of distribution, logistics, and international regulations. Strategic sourcing and supplier relationship knowledge. Basic knowledge of engine, engine-related components, and power unit/kit assembly processes. Understanding of SCM systems, warehouse & transportation management, control methods, tools, and processes. General knowledge of employment law, performance management, and employee development. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications. Proficient ERP skillset, SAP preferred with working knowledge in ATP, P2P, APO, VELO modules. Excellent written and verbal communication skills including customer relationship management. Strong analytical, decision making, and organizational/proactive skills. Strong project management skills and ability to adapt to dynamic business environments. Ability to understand financial statements, cost accounting, understanding of cross-cultural and/or global business. Ability to lead, train, and mentor employees. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. This is primarily a sedentary position in a controlled office environment that requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less. Position requires ability to travel up to 25% of the time including domestic and international.

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc.

Western Region - Manager, Lifecycle Business

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIC-14-20

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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Manager, Lifecycle Business

Assists DSPMs within assigned area to identify incremental Isuzu parts and service business opportunities. Develops aftersales initiatives and marketing promotions to increase overall Isuzu products in the market place and to grow dealers' service and parts volumes. Conducts in-dealer reviews with DSPM to target areas that will have the biggest impact on profit improvement and support the Lifecycle Business Model for Isuzu dealers. Jointly with regional staff, analyzes market areas and develops action plans to expand fleet and independent repair shop parts purchases. Reviews dealership service and parts operations with regional staff, develops cooperative action plans, and sets schedule for in-dealership market reviews. Prepares and presents final report with regional staff of recommendations to dealership executive management. Report includes incremental revenue potential and itemized key growth improvement areas. Develop and initiates programs with DSPMs that will assist dealership in obtaining objectives. Tailors improvement programs to fit dealership business flow to help ensure success. Manages and assists DSPM in implementing Isuzu's best practices within dealership to reinforce the Lifecycle Business Model. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Bachelor's degree in Automotive or Industrial Arts, or equivalent directly related work experience. Minimum of five years related experience in dealership fixed operations and five years with automotive or truck manufacturer. Commercial vehicle dealership retail operations experience desirable. General knowledge of automotive and or truck industry practices and dealership fixed operations. Good knowledge of dealer network fundamentals and principals. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications. Excellent verbal and written communication skills including presentation skills. Automotive technical skills. Report development and analytical skills. Basic video production and photography skills. Ability to identify and judge internal dealer operations and human tendencies. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. Work performed in dealer service and parts environment requires frequent standing. It also requires occasional lifting of light objects (5-25 lbs.), frequent lifting of average objects (25-60 lbs.), and rare instances of lifting heavy objects (over 60 lbs.). Some exposure to exhaust fumes, engine noise, and dust/dirt present in commercial vehicle repair environment. It also requires stooping, kneeling, and bending around vehicles in dealership situations. Requires frequent travel over 75% of the time including overnight stays.

Isuzu North America Corporation

Anaheim, CA - Human Resources Generalist

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIN-18-20

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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Human Resources Generalist

Develops talent acquisition strategies, including researching and recommending campus recruitment activities, external advertising, and social media recruiting techniques. Monitors, processes, and coordinates recruitment of all level positions for the corporate and regional offices. Coordinates with outsourced agencies as necessary. Sources, interviews, evaluates candidates for open positions, conducts reference checks and verifications. Makes recommendations on starting salaries. Administers the Job Opportunities Program including internal postings and on the website, responds to inquiries, and maintains files for unsolicited resumes. Updates and maintains the recruitment report. Administers the temporary staffing program, receiving and placing requests with appropriate agencies, ensuring the best cost for the best skill. Reviews resumes, coordinates with managers, and interviews applicants as necessary. Maintains database for temporary staffing and prepares monthly temporary staff utilization reports. Processes payroll for defined Isuzu Companies, which includes processing time off requests, HR21 forms, and other payroll-related documents. Inputs, audits, and transmits new hires, terminations, and payroll changes. Ensures payroll and 401k funding and produces necessary payroll reports. Answers payroll related questions from employees and resolves discrepancies. In the absence of Payroll Specialist, responsible for payroll processing. Interprets company policy, and coaches and counsels employees as required to ensure clear communication and a thorough understanding of the company's corrective action policy and procedures. Investigates problems, such as working conditions, disciplinary actions, unemployment insurance claims and appeals. Provides guidance and recommendations for problem resolution to departmental management. Develops and delivers communications (i.e., performance improvement memos, scholarship program, EAP, policies, and business objectives) to enhance employee relations and morale. Coordinates the performance appraisal process. Communicates and advises supervisors and managers and ensures timely completion. Coordinates established sexual harassment training. Maintains schedules and ensures compliance. Responsible for new hire and termination processes. Conducts new hire orientations and exit interviews. Ensures completion of new hire and exit paperwork and disseminates appropriate information to Payroll, Benefits, and MIS. Performs staff system set-up and updates, provides badges, and sets up original employee files ensuring all components are accounted for. Produces HR and EEO reports and maintains HR files. Responsible for assigned budget accounts and providing assistance during budget preparation. Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Bachelor's degree or equivalent directly related work experience. Minimum of three years of related and similar level experience. Excellent knowledge of laws and regulations governing Human Resources. Payroll knowledge preferred. Strong PC skills in Windows applications including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to deliver group presentations. Ability to effectively interface with all levels of staff and management. Ability to review and process sensitive material with complete confidentiality. Strong organization, prioritization, and time management skills. Strong analytical, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills

Anaheim, CA - Manager, Port Quality Assurance

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: AIN-2-20

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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Manager, Port Quality Assurance

Manages INAC-Quality Assurance's (QA) corporate port quality assurance programs by setting objectives, policy and procedures including development, revisions and publications of Policy and Procedure Manual, Quality Control (QC) Manuals and Transportation Tie-Down Manual; development of Port Installed Options (PIO) installation instructions, Canvas QC applications, and time studies; and establishment of QC standards and inspection attributes used in the Canvas QC tablet computers for all port installed options. Manages audits at all U.S ports of entry to ensure that policies for parts handling, vehicle storage, condition and maintenance, truck and rail loading, installation procedures and quality inspections for P.I.O. accessories meet all requirements as specified in the QA Policy and Procedure Manual. Manages daily audits of Canvas QC application submissions for accuracy and conformance to established inspection attributes. Seeks corrective actions from port processors when quality issues are found. Manages vehicle port modifications at all ports of entry and US production plants Including process workflow; quality control attributes, tablet QC inspection form and processes; port modification database maintenance including publication of weekly completion status reports. Manages data collection, tracking and publication of Canvas QC metrics reports to measure and monitor the accuracy of QC submissions, percentage of port maintenance completions and scoring to rank each port's performance. Completes special job-related assignments as required. Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Automotive Engineering or Quality Assurance related field. Minimum five years supplier quality experience in the automotive industry, with an automotive OEM or closely related field; minimum three years supervisory/managerial experience. ASE, ASQ, Certified Quality Engineer and/or Six Sigma certification preferred. Advanced technical theory and applied knowledge or skills with both gasoline and diesel engines in commercial trucks. Knowledge of quality control techniques and practices, total quality management, advanced quality planning, and statistical process control. Advanced experience with automotive diagnostic scan tools. Advanced PC skills in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, & Project). Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills. Strong problem solving, analytical, negotiation, organizational, and planning skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Ability to prepare and conduct training and technical meetings/presentations. Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings and specifications. Ability to read, interpret, and create quality control charts and statistics. Ability to use automotive hand and power tools. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. Must have the ability to bend, crawl, stoop, and kneel in order to assemble and disassemble vehicles. Must have the ability to lift approximately 50 lbs. or more on rare instances. Must be able to work in extreme weather conditions (i.e., heat, cold, rain, snow). Position requires at least 15-30% travel including overnight stays and occasional weekend travel/stays.

Plymouth, MI - Commodity Buyer

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIN-16-20

46401 Commerce Center Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170

Email: mirecruiter@isza.com

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Commodity Buyer

Under general supervision, performs all business-related issues with Isuzu suppliers including pricing, delivery, and quality of the parts purchased. Contributes as a team member by providing active support and assistance to all members of purchasing, promoting cross-functional knowledge, and teamwork. Performs all aspects of sourcing to meet the needs of engineering and production. Based on quality, cost, and delivery evaluations, prepares and makes sourcing recommendations. Issues letters of intent to suppliers. Negotiates with suppliers to achieve optimum part quality, cost, and delivery, assuring that parts will meet all Isuzu requirements. Thoroughly analyzes cost elements of parts including tooling and packaging amortization, economic adjustments, logistics costs, and NAFTA and Country of Origin implications. Negotiates with suppliers to meet Isuzu cost objectives and conducts cross-functional value analysis/value engineering review. Leads the development process for new model and commodity launches, orchestrating activities between suppliers and related departments (Engineering, Logistics, Production). Issues request for quotation packages for new programs, engineering changes, and market studies. Analyzes and interprets the financial health of suppliers by utilizing D&B reports, suppliers' financial statements, and key ratio analysis. Monitors and evaluates suppliers' performance regarding on-time delivery and past-due shipments. Assists with supplier pre-selection audits and process audits.

Bachelor's degree or equivalent directly related work experience in business, finance, engineering, or other related field. Minimum three years of work experience in a purchasing department or closely related field. Experience with contract negotiations including pricing, terms and conditions, and policies regarding purchasing. Basic knowledge of financial and cost-benefit analysis. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to understand the basics of blueprints for specific parts utilized. Excellent analytical skills. The employee must be able to access, enter and retrieve data using a computer. This is primarily a sedentary position in a controlled office environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less. Position requires up to 25% domestic and international business travel, including overnight stays.

Anaheim, CA - Field Quality Engineer

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIN-56-19

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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Field Quality Engineer

Prepares detailed documentation to present at the Field Quality Meetings (FQM). Coordinates and tracks the status of each issue until resolution and completion. Investigates and analyzes warranty claims, Technical Information Reports (TIR), Technical Assistance Line (TAL) cases, and field product reports to support the FQM process. Follows-up with manufacturers and vendors to identify root-cause findings. Conducts special investigations and submits TIRs to Isuzu Motors Limited to support product improvements with engineering data. Supports field service group to resolve critical customer complaint issues. Evaluates and tests warranty parts returned to duplicate field complaints, determines root cause, and develops formal written reports to support corrective actions with manufacturers or vendors. Monitors large fleet service issues by analyzing and monitoring failures and complaints. Supports field service to improve customer dissatisfaction by prioritizing corrective actions for each fleet. Assists Service Readiness group to develop labor time guides, Technical Service Bulletins (TSB), diagnostic scan tools, workshop manuals, and related field corrective actions. Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Automotive Engineering. Minimum three years of automotive service/quality experience; mechanical background required. Strong mechanical and electronic expertise in troubleshooting repair, overhaul, and installation of commercial vehicle products. In-depth knowledge of diesel and gas engines, fuel electronics system, and exhaust gas after-treatment system. Strong PC skills in Microsoft Office applications (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, etc.). High ability to work independently and handle multiple objectives and cases at one time. Strong written, verbal, interpersonal, and presentation skills. Proficient statistical analysis skills. Must maintain good driving record and driver license Class C or better with knowledge of commercial regulations. Must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. Must have the ability to work under a vehicle including bending, crawling, and stooping, and under some severe hot and cold conditions. Must have the ability to lift objects up to 60 lbs. Position requires approximately 10 to 25% travel including overnight stays and international travel, and occasional weekend travel/stays.

Isuzu Technical Center of America, Inc.

Plymouth, MI - Senior Engineer, CV Engineering (Electrical)

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Technical Center of America, Inc.

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIT-87-19

46401 Commerce Center Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170

Email: mirecruiter@isza.com

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Senior Engineer, CV Engineering (Electrical)

Conducts high level engineering activities, including decision making related to product design. These activities include supporting drawing creation, engineering specification reviews, engineering cost estimates, applicable development timing, and testing for appropriate projects. Resolves engineering issues independently. These may include providing root cause analysis, necessary engineering support information, problem resolutions, appropriate analysis, leadership within proposal reviews, environment for decision concurrence, and final implementation plans. Additionally, provides engineering assistance to Isuzu related companies and departments as necessary. Designs components or parts for commercial vehicles. Evaluates technical content, improves quality, reduces cost, makes effective decisions and meets schedules while considering all available alternatives. Reports activities and decisions to Manager for approval and guidance. Maintains and coordinates assigned projects and schedules. Reports status to management in a timely manner. Communicates effectively with ISZJ engineering, suppliers, production facilities, joint venture partners and other parties based on teamwork concepts. Coordinates with suppliers or other departments to achieve established targets per schedule. Assists and consults with other Isuzu departments and companies, sharing technical documentation to support Isuzu's collective objectives. Analyzes new technologies and trends. Prepares various reports and research results to management in both the U.S. and in Japan. Attends technical events/meetings at suppliers, GM, ISZJ, production facilities, potential Isuzu vendors, and others. Investigates North American (NA) CV competitors' vehicles or specific subsystems for competitive engineering research. Prepares presentations for reviews and information sharing. Prepares / evaluates engineering design drawings. Mentors Engineer I & II team members.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Minimum of five years of experience in automotive product design engineering or equivalent. Strong knowledge of the design process for automotive components to include: Detailed engineering drawings and GD&T; Vehicle performance & packaging; FEA analysis (including basics of strength, fatigue and modal analysis); DFMEA, FTA, QC, & tolerance stack analysis; Threaded fasteners and bolt joints; Automotive parts knowledge for material selection (metal, plastic, textile), production processes, test methods, regulations, and component/sub-system design development process. Familiarity with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) and Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)/American Standard Test Method (ASTM). Basic operational skills with CAD/CAM design systems; Siemens NX & TcAE or similar. Familiarity with simulation software and common diagnostic equipment. Additional knowledge sets per specific job posting requirements: Advanced new technologies – examples may include: Electric Vehicle (EV), Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV), Autonomous Vehicle , Model Based Design (MBD), Cyber security fundamentals, Telematics. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications/Microsoft Office and presentation applications. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Ability to sketch, interpret drawings and 3D virtual designs. Investigative and research skills such as benchmarking, internet search techniques, etc. Good verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to obtain and keep a commercial driving license and medical certificate. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. This is primarily a sedentary position in a controlled office environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less. Requires occasional light lifting (5-25 lbs.) and on rare occasions, heavy lifting (60 lbs.). Must be able on rare occasions to bend, crawl, climb, crouch, kneel and reach above shoulder level in the performance of job duties. Position requires 20 – 30% domestic and international travel, including overnight stays.

Isuzu Logistics North America, Inc.

Cincinnati, OH - Manager, PDC Operations

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Logistics North America, Inc.

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: AIL-83-19

5265 E. Provident Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45246

Email: mirecruiter@isza.com

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Manager, PDC Operations

Manage PDC operations related to the receiving, storing, and/or shipping of materials or finished goods. Manage the day-to-day operations and develop procedures to ensure all customer requirements and daily productivity, quality, and safety objectives are met. Manage receiving, warehousing, labeling, packaging/kitting operations and shipping activities to meet customer requirements and internal production schedules. Provide leadership, management, accountability and direction to team members towards the accomplishment of corporate goals and objectives. Develop, establish, and implement departmental operating procedures, processes, and manuals and ensure all are up to date; maintain stock control and reconcile with SAP, WMS, and data storage systems. Manage warehouse team members in the receipt, storage, and inventory maintenance of components, finished goods and packaging materials; plan and schedule the efficient use of team, resources, and equipment to accomplish daily requirements. Maintain operational and production metrics and reports, identify improvement areas and recommend actions and countermeasures. Meet operational cost, productivity, accuracy and timeliness targets. Collaborate with warehouse, purchasing, and supply management to optimize processes and results. Ensure compliance with legal regulations, safety practices and company policies. Ensure facility and equipment are maintained in good working order and oversees the repair/purchase of equipment. Monitor staff performance daily and ensure training for new hires, mentor/coach subordinates to increase skills. Promote a positive work environment to achieve the highest level of quality and productivity. Control material costs and labor productivity to meet budgetary requirements. Other Special warehouse operations projects and duties assigned by management.

Bachelor's degree in logistics, supply chain management, business administration preferred, five years of related experience, and three years warehouse management/supervisory experience in the packaging, kitting, warehouse and/or distribution operations. Excellent interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills. Strong knowledge of warehousing and operational Key Performance Metrics (KPIs) and knowledge of packaging/kitting materials, equipment and processes. Expertise in warehouse management procedures and best practices; understanding of supply chain activities including transportation, warehousing, distribution and systems. Ability to implement process improvement initiatives. Proficient PC skills in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and Warehouse Management Software (WMS) and databases. Strong leadership skills to hire, train and manage staff. Strong decision making, problem solving and judgement skills. Background in ISO and Kaizen a plus

The work environment is characteristic of the average business office or the average warehouse/distribution facility for operations personnel. The noise level is usually low to moderate. If travel is required, the employee will experience the weather conditions at that time. The physical requirements of the position include: Consistently – walking, sitting, standing, reaching, manual dexterity, use of hands, talking, hearing, vision, normal conversation, and other sounds; occasionally – pushing, pulling, stooping, kneeling, and lifting items weighing under 50 lbs.; Rarely – climbing and lifting items weighing over 50 lbs. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with a disability to be able to perform the essential functions of this position.

Cincinnati, OH - Supervisor, Cincinnati PDC

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Logistics North America, Inc.

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: AIL-82-19

5265 E. Provident Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45246

Email: ilnajobs@ilna.isza.com

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Supervisor, Cincinnati PDC

Responsible for all day-to-day departmental operations to ensure customer requirements are met. Manage team and resources to meet daily productivity, quality and safety objectives. Follows the plan and efficiently schedules the team, resources, and equipment to fulfill daily requirements. Supervises/assists in completing the output of the department to ensure customer requirements are met. Ensures the department is adhering to all procedures and departmental processes are followed. Recommends changes to processes and suggests improvements as they are identified. Communicates problems/issues to Manager that may affect the department's ability to meet both internal and external customer requirements. Supervises, develops, and fosters good relationships with carriers, vendors, and customers. Participates in the launch and transfer of new business. Regularly reviews associate performance and addresses performance issues. Cross-trains departmental employees where appropriate on jobs aiming for continual improvement. Recommends disciplinary action and associate recognition as necessary. Mentors/coaches staff and works with Human Capital to identify areas for their personal development. Promotes a positive work environment to achieve the highest level of quality and productivity. Creates reports for use by either customers or internal sources based on need. Other duties assigned by management.

Associates Degree in business or logistics preferred; Bachelor's Degree is desirable; will consider a combination of education and applicable work experience in transportation and warehousing especially in the automotive industry. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Working knowledge of all Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook) with Warehouse Management System (WMS) and/or Transportation Management System (TMS) knowledge a plus. Some analytical ability is required in order to gather and summarize data for reports or correspondence, find solutions to various problems, and prioritize work. Previous experience arranging transportation services with carriers and warehousing services for OEM manufacturers. Effective planning, assessing, and executing abilities. Background in and knowledge of ISO, Kaizen, 5S, Six Sigma, TPM and TS. Must be able to read, write, comprehend, and communicate written or verbal instructions, policies, and procedures. An open-minded person with ability to easily adjust to a rapidly changing environment. Forward-thinking problem solver with a highly professional demeanor and ability to consistently meet deadlines. Energetic with a positive approach to challenges. Ability to work with various departments in a professional and personable manner. Dependable, reliable, and able to work independently or as directed. Three years of supervisory experience working in a warehouse/packing facility.

The work environment is characteristic of the average business office or the average warehouse/distribution facility for operations personnel. The noise level is usually low to moderate. If travel is required, the employee will experience the weather conditions at that time. The physical requirements of the position include: Consistently – walking, sitting, standing, reaching, manual dexterity, use of hands, talking, hearing, vision, normal conversation, and other sounds; occasionally – pushing, pulling, stooping, kneeling, and lifting items weighing under 50 lbs.; Rarely – climbing and lifting items weighing over 50 lbs. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with a disability to be able to perform the essential functions of this position.

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