Looking for an entry level job or internship in logistics? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Because logistics is part of every industry, you could work in any industry. The logistics business is fast-paced because of the need to stay on schedule, and working overtime when a problem arises to make sure everything stays on schedule isn’t uncommon.
While you can get started in some logistics positions without a bachelor’s degree, having a degree and some business training will help. You should also have good critical thinking skills, be able to work in a fast-paced environment, and be able to keep calm when things don’t go right.
Cameron Craig Group Bowling Green, KY
|Amazon Warehouse Associate (Part Time / Seasonal)|
Amazon Avenel, NJ
|Logistics Control Analyst|
Toyota North America Dallas, TX
|Local Tire Delivery Driver/Warehouse|
Sapp Bros Travel Centers Omaha, NE
|JDISS Logistics Engineer|
Mission Essential Suitland, MD
Jetro Holdings College Point, NY
|Logistics Specialist Origin Operations|
TechStyle El Segundo, CA
|Sr. Logistics and Compliance Specialist|
DWFritz Automation Wilsonville, OR
|Operations and Logistics Associate|
Brilliant Earth San Francisco, CA
|Catastrophic Logistics Specialist|
ALE Solutions Saint Charles, IL
Check out the latest job and internship postings in logistics.