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Traffic & Operations Specialist in Danbury, CT at CoWorx Staffing Services

Date Posted: 12/4/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

CoWorx is hiring for a Traffic & Operations Specialist for a local client in Danbury. 

If you have the experience we are looking for, please apply below!

Summary / Primary Role

The Traffic & Operations Specialist will work as part of the account team for either one of our larger international accounts or several smaller accounts. In this role they will help to arrange and facilitate the timely and economic movement of customer products from origin point to destination worldwide. They will regularly exercise discretion and independent judgment to plan and accomplish goals.  Must be familiar with Lines of credit (LOC) and Bill of Lading (BOL).

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Help coordinate shipments for individual plant locations or customer service representatives of their account(s)
  • Processes orders in the client specific platform for eventual hand off to the international documentation team for shipment completion.
  • Helps to obtain correct documentation such as bills of lading (bol), consular and other country or customer required documents for each file and shipment within the customer/company performance metric standards.
  • Accountable to the Traffic & Operations Specialist II for the timely filing of customs declarations such as AES, and for keeping all status messages updated daily for the account(s).

This position is a long term temporary position with the possibility of going permanent with the right candidate.

Hours 8:30-5pm

Job Requirements


Qualifications and Key Skills:

Customer service oriented with ability to multi-task and set correct priorities

  • Team Player
  • Willingness to take on important account responsibilities
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Good computer skills including good writing skills
  • 2+ years Experience in this field
  • Must have worked with LOC and BOL in the past