Jobs in Mongolia: Sandvik Mongolia LLC is looking for Logistic manager

Sandvik Mining and Construction, the world’s leading supplier of drilling and excavation machinery, equipment and tools for mining and construction industries, is currently looking for a Logistics Manager for our Ulaanbaatar office.
The primary responsibilities in this role in heading the logistics department are to oversee all day-to-day logistics and freight forwarding issues, liaising with international freight forwarders as well as an overall responsibility for the cost efficiency of the department. The qualified candidate will possess a university degree and be fluent in spoken and written English language. The ideal applicant
will also have at least 5 years experience in the field of logistics and
freight forwarding. Management experience is a plus, international experience will be seen as a major advantage.

The successful candidate will have a positive attitude and excellent communication skills. Ability to work efficiently & independently required. Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications required. Application deadline is the 13th October, 2010. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Applicants please send your documents via email to:
Or contact:
Sandvik Mongolia LLC, Ulaanbaatar Office, Mrs. Gerelmaa
Dagva Tel. 11 331930

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