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Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Logistics Manager in Australia"

6 144 A$ Average monthly salary

Average salary in the last 12 months: "Logistics Manager in Australia"

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The bar chart shows the change in the level of average salary of the profession Logistics Manager in Australia.

Distribution of vacancy "Logistics Manager" by regions Australia

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As you can see on the diagramm in Australia the most numerous number of vacancies of Logistics Manager Job are opened in . In the second place is Victoria, In the third is Queensland.

Regions rating Australia by salary for the profession "Logistics Manager"

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According to the statistics of our website profession Logistics Manager is the highest paid in . The average salary is 11250 aud. Victoria and New South Wales are following.

Similar vacancies rating by salary in Australia

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Among similar professions in Australia the highest-paid are considered to be Head Of Logistics. According to our website the average salary is 8751 aud. In the second place is Logistics Director with a salary 8334 aud, and the third - Supply Chain Specialist with a salary 7396 aud.

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Senior Key Account Manager - Medical Logistics
Six Degrees Executive, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
About the company: Our client is one of the world's major leaders in Logistics, Transport, Supply Chain and Storage to the Medical and Healthcare markets. As a trusted brand and name in the industry, and the current market landscape, they are now experiencing huge growth and are expanding their ANZ Team. About the role: Reporting directly to the National Sales Manager for ANZ, you will be responsible for generating, growing and maximizing sale revenue, by engaging with customers and growing existing accounts, establishing new accounts and strategically planning your portfolio. Duties & key responsibilities: Build strong working relationships and present solutions to direct end users and customers. Manage existing accounts in a timely manner to obtain further business and customer satisfaction. Represent the business in a professional manner that builds upon its already recognised reputation in the market. Conduct training and product demonstrations. Develop portfolio plans and ongoing sales strategies to maximise profit and grow sales in new and existing accounts. Undertake regular visits to major client/customers to verify the attainment of customer satisfaction. Ideally the successful person will have industry knowledge, the ability to adapt and develop their career further. Required Skills & Experience: The successful candidate will have 5 years relevant sales experience. Tertiary qualifications in Marketing, Logistics, Supply Chain or related areas, Demonstrated experience meeting and working to KPI's. Experience with relevant products and industries; Transport, Supply Chain, Storage, Freight Forwarding. A competitive salary package, will be offered to the successful candidate. How to apply: Click on the APPLY button or contact Phillip Ferreira on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/phillipferreira/ for a confidential discussion.
Senior Business Development Manager - Medical Logistics
Six Degrees Executive, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
About the company: Our client is one of the world's major leaders in Logistics, Transport, Supply Chain and Storage to the Medical and Healthcare markets. As a trusted brand and name in the industry, and the current market landscape, they are now experiencing huge growth and are expanding their ANZ Team. About the role: Reporting directly to the National Sales Manager for ANZ, you will be responsible for generating, growing and maximizing sale revenue, by engaging with customers and growing existing accounts, establishing new accounts and strategically planning your portfolio. Duties & key responsibilities: Build strong working relationships and present solutions to direct end users and customers. Manage existing accounts in a timely manner to obtain further business and customer satisfaction. Represent the business in a professional manner that builds upon its already recognised reputation in the market. Conduct training and product demonstrations. Develop portfolio plans and ongoing sales strategies to maximise profit and grow sales in new and existing accounts. Undertake regular visits to major client/customers to verify the attainment of customer satisfaction. Ideally the successful person will have industry knowledge, the ability to adapt and develop their career further. Required Skills & Experience: The successful candidate will have 5 years relevant sales experience. Tertiary qualifications in Marketing, Logistics, Supply Chain or related areas, Demonstrated experience meeting and working to KPI's. Experience with relevant products and industries; Transport, Supply Chain, Storage, Freight Forwarding. A competitive salary package, will be offered to the successful candidate. How to apply: Click on the APPLY button or contact Phillip Ferreira on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/phillipferreira/ for a confidential discussion.
Logistics Manager (Permanent) (Female Opportunity)
Defence Jobs, AU
Opportunity As an Air Force Logistics Manager help keep the Air Force functioning effectively, while enjoying: An excellent salary plus generous superannuation Ongoing investment in your personal and career development Free medical and dental A good work/life balance World-class management training Subsidised accommodation A supportive team environment Travel and leave entitlements Free access to sports and fitness facilities Friendships that last a lifetime All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining peacekeeping missions and helping communities in need. Your role Getting the right gear to the right place at the right time is a familiar business challenge for logistics professionals. Now imagine how rewarding that role is in the Air Force when timely supply of advanced equipment could be critical to the success of a sensitive military or humanitarian mission. As a Logistics Manager you’ll be responsible for managing a supply chain that’s vital to Air Force capability, from acquisition to deployment. And your ‘office’ could be at Service Headquarters, at any air base across Australia, or posted overseas. Able to think clearly and respond under pressure while handling a variety of demanding tasks, you’ll be fulfilling a role that’s both tactical and strategic. The skills you learn - skills that are highly sought-after both in the military and civilian world - will equip you for areas such as: Project management Procurement and contracting Supply chain and inventory management Warehousing and distribution, and Movements and transportation. Plus, as an Air Force Officer you’ll be an inspirational leader and mentor too; and adept at negotiating with members of the other Services and foreign services, and civilian suppliers and contractors. This is your chance to embark on a really rewarding and worthwhile logistics career. Sounds good? Then apply now (below). Salary Fully-paid management and vocational training Once trained, starting package approx. $77,838 p.a. plus superannuation (salaries correct as of 01/08/2019) Numerous other benefits Location Training in East Sale, VIC and Wagga Wagga, NSW Posting to any one of the many Air Force bases across Australia Entry Requirement At least 17 years of age Australian Citizen Year 12 completion with passes in English and three other approved subjects Medical and fitness guidelines also apply. How to Apply Click on the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here: https://airforce.defencejobs.gov.au/jobs/logistics-manager/ The Australian Defence Force is an equal opportunity employer. This advertisement is to ensure women are aware of the rewarding and fulfilling careers available in the Navy, Army and Air Force. Females are encouraged to apply, however all roles are open for Australian men and women to apply.
Logistics Manager (Permanent) (Female Opportunity)
Defence Jobs, Goulburn Region, New South Wales
Opportunity As an Air Force Logistics Manager help keep the Air Force functioning effectively, while enjoying: An excellent salary plus generous superannuation Ongoing investment in your personal and career development Free medical and dental A good work/life balance World-class management training Subsidised accommodation A supportive team environment Travel and leave entitlements Free access to sports and fitness facilities Friendships that last a lifetime All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining peacekeeping missions and helping communities in need. Your role Getting the right gear to the right place at the right time is a familiar business challenge for logistics professionals. Now imagine how rewarding that role is in the Air Force when timely supply of advanced equipment could be critical to the success of a sensitive military or humanitarian mission. As a Logistics Manager you’ll be responsible for managing a supply chain that’s vital to Air Force capability, from acquisition to deployment. And your ‘office’ could be at Service Headquarters, at any air base across Australia, or posted overseas. Able to think clearly and respond under pressure while handling a variety of demanding tasks, you’ll be fulfilling a role that’s both tactical and strategic. The skills you learn - skills that are highly sought-after both in the military and civilian world - will equip you for areas such as: Project management Procurement and contracting Supply chain and inventory management Warehousing and distribution, and Movements and transportation. Plus, as an Air Force Officer you’ll be an inspirational leader and mentor too; and adept at negotiating with members of the other Services and foreign services, and civilian suppliers and contractors. This is your chance to embark on a really rewarding and worthwhile logistics career. Sounds good? Then apply now (below). Salary Fully-paid management and vocational training Once trained, starting package approx. $77,838 p.a. plus superannuation (salaries correct as of 01/08/2019) Numerous other benefits Location Training in East Sale, VIC and Wagga Wagga, NSW Posting to any one of the many Air Force bases across Australia Entry Requirement At least 17 years of age Australian Citizen Year 12 completion with passes in English and three other approved subjects Medical and fitness guidelines also apply. How to Apply Click on the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here: https://airforce.defencejobs.gov.au/jobs/logistics-manager/ The Australian Defence Force is an equal opportunity employer. This advertisement is to ensure women are aware of the rewarding and fulfilling careers available in the Navy, Army and Air Force. Females are encouraged to apply, however all roles are open for Australian men and women to apply.
Logistics Technician
Abcam, South
Job Title: Logistics Technician Responsible For: Assisting in the manufacture, assembly and shipment of kit components required to fill orders of TGR products and for general manufacturing laboratory maintenance. Reporting and Liaison: This position reports to Manufacturing and Logistics Manager. In addition, the position may require liaison with production/Quality Control Staff and other TGR Senior Managers. Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities: Assay Kit pre-assembly processes and WIP assembly Assisting with the manufacture and assembly of assay kit components required for the production of pre-assembled Kits (WIPs). Specific tasks include the following: Processing of WIP work orders. This process requires use of Excel to create individual alliquoting worksheets for components. Preparation and printing of labels. Labelling of bottles and tubes. Buffer alliquoting and torque wrenching of bottles. Individual WIP assembly. Restocking of boxes for key WIPs. Processing Kit Work Orders Processing of assay target work orders to ensure kit components are prepared ready for shipping on designated shipping days. Specific tasks include: Completion of relevant work orders. Completion and printing relevant assay target checklists. Creation of Certificates of Analysis. Printing and folding of manuals. Reagent Buffer alliquoting. Individual Kit assembly. Shrink wrapping. Assist in packaging and shipping. Data entry into relevant databases. General laboratory duties General washing up of laboratory ware and dispensers. Assist with routine stocking of laboratory consumables, ie; Packing pipette tips, etc. Testing and calibration of laboratory pipettes. Assist with receiving goods and batch numbering of incoming goods. General laboratory maintenance. Restocking of key manufacturing supplies ie; shipping boxes, ice packs, packing material. Other duties as required Reagent Buffer maintenance/disposal as specified by production and QC staff. Assist in process change process as required, which may involve changing and or checking documents that have been modified. Carry out other tasks as requested by other managers. Core Competencies (Qualifications, Skills, Attributes): Post-secondary qualifications in a relevant field of Science or Laboratory Techniques. Sound written and oral communication skills. High level of attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to follow procedures to ensure components and products are assembled in accordance with quality processes. Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team. Self-motivated and reliable. Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure. Sound organisational and time management skills. Sound understanding of Microsoft Excel. Desirable Experience: Sound understanding of immunoassay techniques and use of laboratory pipettes. Sound understanding of GLP principles. LI-RL1
Logistics Manager (Permanent) (Female Opportunity)
Defence Jobs, Illawarra, New South Wales
Opportunity As an Air Force Logistics Manager help keep the Air Force functioning effectively, while enjoying: An excellent salary plus generous superannuation Ongoing investment in your personal and career development Free medical and dental A good work/life balance World-class management training Subsidised accommodation A supportive team environment Travel and leave entitlements Free access to sports and fitness facilities Friendships that last a lifetime All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining peacekeeping missions and helping communities in need. Your role Getting the right gear to the right place at the right time is a familiar business challenge for logistics professionals. Now imagine how rewarding that role is in the Air Force when timely supply of advanced equipment could be critical to the success of a sensitive military or humanitarian mission. As a Logistics Manager you’ll be responsible for managing a supply chain that’s vital to Air Force capability, from acquisition to deployment. And your ‘office’ could be at Service Headquarters, at any air base across Australia, or posted overseas. Able to think clearly and respond under pressure while handling a variety of demanding tasks, you’ll be fulfilling a role that’s both tactical and strategic. The skills you learn - skills that are highly sought-after both in the military and civilian world - will equip you for areas such as: Project management Procurement and contracting Supply chain and inventory management Warehousing and distribution, and Movements and transportation. Plus, as an Air Force Officer you’ll be an inspirational leader and mentor too; and adept at negotiating with members of the other Services and foreign services, and civilian suppliers and contractors. This is your chance to embark on a really rewarding and worthwhile logistics career. Sounds good? Then apply now (below). Salary Fully-paid management and vocational training Once trained, starting package approx. $77,838 p.a. plus superannuation (salaries correct as of 01/08/2019) Numerous other benefits Location Training in East Sale, VIC and Wagga Wagga, NSW Posting to any one of the many Air Force bases across Australia Entry Requirement At least 17 years of age Australian Citizen Year 12 completion with passes in English and three other approved subjects Medical and fitness guidelines also apply. How to Apply Click on the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here: https://airforce.defencejobs.gov.au/jobs/logistics-manager/ The Australian Defence Force is an equal opportunity employer. This advertisement is to ensure women are aware of the rewarding and fulfilling careers available in the Navy, Army and Air Force. Females are encouraged to apply, however all roles are open for Australian men and women to apply.