Do you want to work for a Global Leader in Electronics & Technology in Mississauga? Do you have 2-5 years of experience working as a Logistics Coordinator, Replenishment Analyst, or Inventory Analyst? Are you looking to join a fun, energetic team that works hard and plays hard? If your answer is YES, we have the perfect position for you!We are looking for a Logistics Coordinator (12 month contract position) for a well-established company located in Mississauga. This is a long-term contract position with the opportunity for further extension, or consideration for a permanent role. Reporting to the Sr. Logistics Manager, the Logistics Coordinator oversees the end to end return process, repacking, and salvager operations across two warehouses. The Logistics Coordinator will sit out of the Mississauga head office, and will be responsible for the management of packing material inventory and accurate reporting of current repackaging inventory in order to ensure all materials are forecasted and delivered in a timely manner. AdvantagesWhat's in it for YOU? -Work for a worldwide recognized brand in technology devices-Competitive pay rate $28-$34/hr-All contractors are offered company discount (20-40% off)-Randstad benefits available to all temporary workers at a discounted cost-Regular business hours Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm - NO WEEKENDS!-Transit accessible and parking onsite-Business casual work environmentResponsibilities· Inventory management, Claims Process and Reverse-Logistics ownership, as well as full responsibility for related Key Performance Indicators· Ownership of Inventory management and accuracy (Stock adjustments, stock movement, Refund PO, etc.)· Reverse Logistics Process (SOP process owner / training / leadership across all divisions)· Claims process (SOP process owner, aging claim closure, tracking)· Perform Write-down / Write-off system process and liaise with Finance personnel· Month-end responsibility to clear aging and B-Good issues· Management of semi-annual Physical inventory count and reconciliation with Auditors· Security Protocols / Loss Prevention Officer duties as required· Theft/Missing process owner, reporting, tracking, and closure· Shipping discrepancy investigations, support, and inventory/reverse management· Vendor Compliance / fine reduction and avoidance ownership· Inbound Claims / Origin, carrier, dealer / distributor and internal Logistics partner coordination· Inventory Discrepancy ownership and responsibility to clear· Ad-Hoc reporting and duties as requiredQualifications• Post-secondary education from a recognized college or university required • Intermediate MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint) • SAP / ERP competency required• Good working knowledge of Canadian inbound/outbound logistics• Strong communication and analysis skills• The ability to plan, organize and prioritize multiple and simultaneous tasks and programs in a changing corporate environment• 3-5 years logistics / warehouse experience• Solid understanding of product return process and repacking • Customer Service skills• Consumer market familiarity in CanadaSummaryHow to Apply?1. Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "LOGISTICS COORDIANTOR"Not interested in this role but still looking for your next great opportunity? Our team oversees various permanent and contract positions, detailed below! If you or someone you know would be interested in the following roles, please reach out to the corresponding contact email below, to discuss further!Logistics, Supply Chain & Manufacturing Administration/Operational support, such as: Logistics Coordinator, Dispatch Coordinator, Customer Service/Order Entry and Warehouse Administration. Please reach out to email@example.com , along with your resumeCorporate Administration/Operational support, such as: Reception, Admin Assistant, Executive Assistant, Customer Service Rep, Data Entry and other Operational support roles. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org@randstad.ca, along with your resume.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. 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