Arrow Electronics Shipping Coordinator in Shanghai, China


Shipping Coordinator

Job Description:

Principal Accountabilities

● Provides support to the Sales and Operations Organizations by expediting, trouble-shooting and following up on Customer orders by utilizing their expertise in electronic ordering and ERP systems.

● Assist assigned traders by monitoring and expediting the processing of Sales/Purchase Orders in Converge Systems.

● Track delivery of inbound purchase orders in order to ensure that sales order promised ship dates are met, or information is proactively communicated to Trader/customer.

● Maintain data in the Oracle ERP and Xcaliber Systems including, but not limited to, Suppliers, Customers, Contacts, Notes, Items, Price Lists, Purchase and Sales Orders.

● Review sales orders for optimal carrier selection, freight service levels, special customer requirements, etc.

● Perform Export Compliance process on orders shipping outside of the United States in accordance with provided guidelines.

● Review and process customer and/or Trader driven change orders, while identifying possible unfavorable impact on linked open sales orders and/or purchase orders and inventories.

● Continuously reviews order backlog, takes action to “cancel” invalid backorders, address scheduled and promised dates on valid past due orders.

● Other duties as assigned.

Job Complexity

● Entry level job with no prior relevant training or work experience

● Acquires basic skills to perform routine tasks

● Work is prescribed and completed with little autonomy

● Has no discretion to vary from established procedures

● Works with either close supervision or under clearly defined procedures

Experience / Education

Typically requires no prior related experience. For warehouse jobs: Typically requires 2 - 5 years of experience.



Time Type:

Full time

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