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MX_Tijuana_Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz 243
Additional Location:
Tijuana, Mexico
Job Family:
Supply Chain Management
Worker Type Reference:
Regular - Permanent
Pay Rate Type:

Description & Requirements

About the Role:

Responsible to coordinate Operations by performing importing and exporting duties The employee has the authority granted by the company through this document to make decisions for the benefit of the company to ensure the conformity of the product, its quality, functionality, the health and safety of the person who intervenes in the process according with quality, safety and environmental systems and customer specific requirements.

Your Team:

Depending of the activity can report shipping team

What You Will Do:

• Coordinates the scheduling of shipments/arrivals and notified concerned departments of delivery dates.

• Plans and coordinates the importing, exporting and follows through materials and finished products in transit to comply the Company’s requirements.

• Supervises the expediting of imports and exports and maintains information on tariffs, licenses and restrictions by U.S. Mexican and other Countries Customs Authorities.

• Develops the maquila programs and submits the required reports before the corresponding Government Authorities.

• Responsible for the compliance of the shipping system, meeting customs regulations form the U.S. Mexico and other countries.

• Maintains the integrity of the shipment system.

• Responsible for Selecting, Training, Motivating, Developing and acting as a facilitator to the associates of the Shipping Department.

• Supervises and coordinates the activities of subordinates to facilitate the implementation and operation of the Company.

• Develops improvement projects with the purpose of optimize the metrics of Material Control, such as inventory turnover, customer service, on time deliveries, etc.

• Elaborates Daily, Weekly, Monthly and reports.

• Ensure compliance with the performance of the management system ISO, CTPAT and OEA.

What You Need:

• Professional degree

• 3 years of prior experience in industrial product manufacturing environment.

• 3 years of prior experience within Customs/Logistic area.

What is Nice to Have:

• Communication Skills (Oral and Written)

• Able to plan and organize

• Social and group skills

• Leadership skills

• Initiative

• Teamwork skills.

• Analytical.

• Problem solving skills

• Assertive.

• Strategic and decisive

• Computer knowledge (Office: Word, Excel, Power Point, SAP, IExport.)

• Deep Knowledge of the Mexican Custom Laws.

• Knowledge and understands MRP functionality.

• Advanced English (Technical reading and conversation)

• Formal Lean training in VSM Tools. Kaizen, kanban and other key Lean tools and methodologies.

• Must be focus on continuous improvement methods.

• Demands effort to analyze, diagnose, and plan.

• Take advance and important decisions.

• Customer specific requirements (applicable)

What Makes You Eligible:

• Willingness to work in an office.

• Willing to submit to a background screen and a drug test.

What We Offer:

• Extensive training opportunities through our own HARMAN University.

• Competitive wellness benefits.

• An inclusive and diverse work environment that fosters and encourages professional and personal development.

HARMAN is proud to be an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.