Shipping Coordinator

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Shipping Coordinator
Brentwood, NY (Central Long Island)
Job Description: 
  • Coordinate, assist and ensure the following occurs:
    • Work with customer service to coordinate all outbound shipment to customers daily
    • Stage outgoing shipments, to include: accuracy and consistency of paperwork, transportation detail, and removal from inventory
    • Alert team members to any special loading configurations or customer delivery requirements
    • Process Freight Orders
    • Prepare bills of lading and all shipping documents daily
    • Enter daily shipping transactions and inter-facility transfers, as required
    • Print packing slips, track serial numbers applicable to daily shipments
    • Communicate with trucking representatives to ensure compliance with our procedures and to rectify any issues which arise
    • Compare identifying information and counts, weights and measure items of outgoing shipment to verify information against bills of lading, invoices, orders or other records
    • Coordinate cycle counts and assists in quarterly physical inventories
    • Be an excellent problem solver, fast learner, and quick and flexible in adapting to changing circumstances
    • Perform other job functions as assigned
  • Focus on facility and employee safety and compliance
  • Coordinate with on-site supervisor
  • Exchange of information regularly with managers, supervisors, employees, and contract carrier
  • Advanced level knowledge of inventory software usage, shipping/receiving, motor transportation and warehouse distribution
  • Billing of sales orders after shipment
  • Ability to clearly communicate, set expectations, and follow up in a timely manner and the ability to multitask
  • Track transfer inventory and ensure inventory accuracy.
Skills / Requirements: 
  • Previous experience in a manufacturing environment, with tissue converting experience, a plus
  • Excellent safety, computer skills, and inventory knowledge
  • Interpersonal communication, written communication, decision making/planning and operating data analysis
  • Ability to implement change, problem solving using root cause analysis and manage multiple tasks and priorities
  • Advanced level knowledge of inventory software usage, shipping/receiving, motor transportation and warehouse distribution, a plus
  • Basic Knowledge of DOT regulations helpful but not required
  • Strategic Thinking, Candor/Integrity, Innovation, Managing Others, Accountability
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Shipping Clerk or Supervisor within a manufacturing production environment
  • Willingness to adhere to safety rules and regulations
  • Working knowledge of MS Office, Excel, QuickBooks highly desirable
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish), a plus
  • Availability to work shift work and overtime as needed 

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