Do you have a passion for working with logistics and operational planning? Do you have great knowledge and insights within the challenging import and transport requirements when operating in Mexico? Do you understand the importance on delivering “on time in full”, while still being compliant to local regulations? Are you a team player equipped with excellent stakeholder management skills, strong drive, and high degree of ownership? Then there we might have a potential match!
The procurement team in Maersk Supply Service is responsible for all procurement and logistics support to the organization globally.
As a Logistics Coordinator your main responsibilities will be to work closely with the operational team placed in Mexico City, the vessels operating in Mexico and the supply chain team based in the Philippines, to ensure that all local deliveries are managed and arranged “on time in full” and are following all local regulations. Furthermore, in this position, you will also be responsible to setup, run and manage an efficient system for all temporary imports carried out for our vessels.
You will be the natural link and sparring partner between the global procuring of parts to the following importation and delivery to our vessels. Lastly, you will be supporting our global category management team in identifying potential local suppliers that will increase our footprint in Mexico bringing further efficiencies to our supply chain and setup in general.
To succeed in the position, you need to work closely with a vast range of stakeholders in our global company. Ranging from your procurement colleagues sitting in Denmark, Brazil, Philippines and the operational team and vessels in Mexico to the customs brokers and local logistics partner.
- Manage all local logistics requirements and deliveries to our vessels ensuring compliance to the Carte Porte and other local regulations
- Identify, improve, and implement initiatives to optimize the local supply chain; from importation of parts to delivery to our vessels. This means travelling to the areas in Mexico where we are operating (Dos Bocas, Ciudad Del Carmen, Veracruz)
- Setup and manage a system for temporary importation of parts ensuring we are always 100% compliant to local regulations
- - and in relation to this, act as the local sparring partner and link between the procurement buyers to ensure we have all needed information for an efficient importation process
- In dept understanding on how to work with the SAT
- Support our category management team in identifying potential local suppliers increasing our local footprint bringing efficiencies to our setup while decreasing lead times and emissions
The person we are looking for
- Your educational background is BSc or MSc in Business, Supply Chain Management, Engineering or related areas.
- A minimum of 7-10 years of experience working within the area of logistics, importation, and supply chain primarily in Mexico - It is an advantage if you have experience from the offshore industry
- In dept knowledge and knowhow from the challenging importation requirements of parts in Mexico
- In dept understanding of the Carte Porte process and doing temporary imports
- Proven track record for driving, implementing, and running supply chain related projects bringing efficiencies to the setup, preferably in Mexico
- It is an advantage if you knowledge of the local supplier market to the offshore industry
- You like getting your hands dirty and appreciate working in a challenging and dynamic environment
- You can juggle many tasks at the same time and are able to quickly shift focus and priorities
- You have strong interpersonal skills and can easily work together with a broad range of different stakeholders at different levels in the organization, while also being able to work independently
- You are a” self-starter” and take responsibility and ownership if you see areas to improve
- You have great English and Spanish skills both written and verbal and feel comfortable working in a multicultural setting
- Have experience working with ERP systems, in Maersk Supply Service we use IFS10
- Applicants should have a Work Permit to work in Mexico
- Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis and the process will be closed when the right candidate is found, thus we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
- Travelling, domestic, can be expected (25-30 days per year)
- This is a full-time, permanent position, based in Mexico City, Mexico and you will be reporting to the Head of Supply Chain Management
Should you have any questions please reach out to Head of Supply Chain Lars J. Nielsen through the following e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org