What does a Logistics Manager Trainee do?
Logistics managers are responsible for planning, coordinating, and monitoring logistics operations such as warehousing, inventory, transportation, and supply chain processes. Logistics managers typically supervise a team of warehouse staff or other logistics specialists. Sometimes they are in charge of a particular region.
Most logistics managers have a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field such as supply chain management, logistics and transportation, or business administration. Logistics managers typically have strong organizational and leadership skills.
Logistics Manager Trainee Salaries
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Logistics Manager Trainee Career Path
Learn how to become a Logistics Manager Trainee, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
Logistics Manager Trainee Insights
“This is a great place to work to start a career and get trained in retail management.”
“Really enjoyed my work and the clients and most of the people I worked with.”
“The employee benefits are some of the best in the area and in the industry.”
“Comfortable hours and close to me”
“Opportunity for overtime just about every week which boosts your paycheck from its alright pay rate to a pretty good rate for retail.”
“Slow career path progress and not enough visibility on future moves.”
“You get to learn if you push yourself.. and if you work with a good supervisor”
“Working at Guarantee you always have opportunity to grow and move forward in your career.”
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Logistics Manager Trainee Jobs
Frequently asked questions about the roles and responsibilities of a logistics manager trainee
- Logistics Coordinator
- Logistics Analyst
- Logistics Engineer
- Logistics Associate