Who is Litens
We are a diverse group of talented people committed to creating solutions to problems and making the world a better place. We enhance and deliver both mechanical and electrified solutions that bring efficiency and sustainability to new heights. Founded in 1979, Litens has a proud history of being an innovative and highly respected company specializing in powertrain system engineering and component supply. Our history includes numerous achievements, many of which have been recognized through prestigious awards from our customers.
Experience a fulfilling and supportive environment where ingenuity is rewarded, collaboration is encouraged, and opportunities are readily available.
Why Join Litens
At Litens, you can make an impact. We’ve purposefully cultivated a supportive and flexible environment that gives everyone the opportunity to succeed. Litens offers a competitive and people-first approach to compensation and benefits, and we are committed to provide balanced employment and advancement opportunities for everyone.
Our diversity is our source of strength. At Litens, we are committed to equal employment opportunity, and we value and welcome diversity. We respect employees’ rights for a safe and respectful workplace. Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.
What you will do
Be Responsible for coordinating inbound and outbound freight in a fast-paced environment.
Plan, schedule, arrange and report on all incoming and outbound freight according to operational procedures and driver’s handbook.
Coordinate vehicles between plant and warehouse to facilitate delivery of components to allow for production to meet schedules in the most efficient / practical manner.
Manage Container coordination – schedule and arrange to prevent / reduce storage and demerge fees.
Develop schedule for local drivers.
Review (and initiate request for correction, if required) of import / export invoices for parts loads, rush shipments for compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Respond to Truck Driver (local / US) issues / incidents and provide support including after hours as required.
File and keep records of all daily driver log sheets.
Coordinate planned fleet maintenance.
Focus on North American inbound and outbound freight movement including schedule of drivers.
Schedule the pickup and delivery of containers from GTA rail yards.
Prepare U.S. Run Customs Documentation in ACE and ACI.
Daily filing of E-Manifest with Canada Border Security Agency (CBSA).
Maintain fuel management and record keeping.
CERS export declaration.
What you will bring
Supply Chain Management Diploma and / or commensurate work experience.
Minimum 3 years of experience in supply chain or logistics planning and/or import/export.
Truck and intermodal dispatch knowledge.
Strong analytical problem solving and computer skills, with a high level of proficiency in related computer software.
Attention to detail.
After hours availability.
Ability to work within a team environment and independently with minimum supervision.
P-LOG Designation an asset.
Knowledge of US and CBSA rules and regulations an asset.