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.
|Logistics coordinator/Logistics Sales|
Infinite Logistics Solutions, LTD Laredo, TX
|Branch Logistics Supervisor|
APRIA HEALTHCARE Santa Fe, NM
American Hardwood Industries North Garden, VA
|Materials ( Distribution / Logistics ) Manager|
SunOpta Oakland, CA
|SAP Logistics ( Material Management Functional Specialist )|
Samsung SDSA Austin, TX
|Warehouse Associate 1 Breakpack, Full-Time, 3 p.m. 11:30 p.m., Mon - Fri- Kansas City, MO|
Staples Kansas City, MO
|Truck Drivers - Estenson Logistics|
Confidential Bozeman, MT
|92A Automated Logistical Specialist - Supply Chain|
Army National Guard Hastings, NE
|Trans Logistics Assistant/Logistics Clerk|
The SYGMA Network Clackamas, OR
|Logistics Support Specialist|
Thermo Fisher Scientific Swedesboro, NJ
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