We are looking for a committed, curious, motivated, and well organized individual. Someone who is willing shows strong leadership skills to fulfill the Junior Logistics position in Toronto!
• Organize the inventory warehouse and to make our wide variety of stocks accessible for sales
• Work with the online shop customers by getting their orders shipped out timely and following up with their concerns through emails and telephones
• Contacting customers of back order situations
• Keep tabs on stock flow
• Periodic inventory replenishment (stock re-supply) forecast
• Work with the wholesales department to input, process and ship out orders
• Update the computerized inventory system daily to make sure that the physical stock level reconciles with the stock report online
• Ad-hoc duties such as moving the incoming shipment pallets into the warehouse and to conduct thorough counts and basic office duties
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