Entry Senior

Logistics Manager

About This Career

Logistics Managers manage logistics personnel and systems, as well as direct daily operations. They plan, direct and coordinate with purchasing, warehousing, distribution, forecasting, customer service and planning services. This management role is best suited to professionals who are extremely organized, analytical and possess strong negotiating skills. 

Education: A post-secondary diploma or degree in business administration, commerce or economics is typically required, along with several years of experience in Supply Chain Logistics or Distribution.  Sufficient experience may offset the formal education requirements

Employment: This occupation is found in onshore and offshore environments and is typically employed in the exploration and production (E&P) and oil sands, oil and gas services and pipeline sectors.  

Example titles: Global Logistics Manager, Integrated Logistics Programs Director, Logistics Solution Manager, Supply Chain Logistics Manager, Contract Manager

Work Activities
Applying Health and Safety Principles
Maintaining a safe work environment for all employees while complying with all local, provincial and federal safety and environmental regulations, as well as company guidelines.
Coordinating the Work and Activities of Others
Collaborating with other departments to integrate logistics with business systems or processes, such as customer sales, order management, accounting or shipping of inbound/outbound supplies.
Determining Compliance
Ensuring carrier compliance with company policies or procedures for product transit or delivery.
Maintaining Relationships
Maintaining relationships with internal and external clients.
Organizing, Planning and Prioritizing Work
Planning and implementing material flow management systems to meet production requirements.
Thinking Creatively
Establishing or monitoring specific supply chain-based performance measurement systems.
Competencies
Leadership
Planning and Organizing
Knowledge
Administration and Management
Transportation
Law and Government
Public Safety and Security
Technical
Management of Material Resources
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How Can I Work in LNG?

As Canada prepares for the launch of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector, this occupation will play a key role in:

  • LNG facility operations
  • LNG export facility construction
  • Natural gas pipeline construction

When the LNG industry takes off, you can be a part of the action!

Working Conditions
  • Field 2
    Field Visits
  • Physical
    Mild Physical Activity
  • Steeringwheel
    Driving Required
  • Variable weather
    Inclement Weather
  • Road
    Remote Locations
  • Overtime
    Some Overtime Required
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Job Details

Job Category

Business and Operations Support

Sectors

Pipelines

Oil and gas services

Oil sands

Exploration and production

NOC

0113, 0911

Qualifications + Experience

Education:

  • Post-secondary diploma
  • Post-secondary degree