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Transport & Logistics

Warehouse Logistics Specialist


Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • This person will be tasked with working alongside LEAN Engineers and Tooling Engineers on material movements within the shop, both coming into the warehouse and leaving the warehouse.
  • This position will work in different stages from small to large sub assembly, seeing parts that need to be installed and then put back on the floor. Centralized in one location storing all of the of parts and the work in progress parts for the next stage of the manufacturing process.
  • This person will ensure dedication to the next round of work on the floor and make the team as LEAN as possible. The goal is to refocus engineering time and effort back on the product on itself, getting away from warehousing.
  • Being able to improve the quality of storage and logistical flow of the material is key.
  • The number one priority is to clean up and move the product through the cabinet shop.


The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.

  • This person needs to be able to work in a team environment, but also be able to work with minimal supervision.
  • Open different industries outside of aerospace, but logistics experience is required. Preference is a large, enterprise level environment.
  • Tenured experience in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to understand how to get parts quickly and efficiently moving through the facility.
  • An open mind and attitude and logistics mindset vs. someone in aircraft.
  • Proposes process changes to storage, improve quality, decrease damage to materials.
  • Understanding of the process – such as management of inventory, shelf life, consumables, stock positions.
  • Be able to determine future needs for where to push work forward in the warehouse.
  • Will workflow from start to finish including extra parts including Flow plans, tooling for storage, etc.
  • Be able to work with multidisciplinary groups (i.e. shop floor, management, design engineers, etc.)