Jobs In Miami, Florida

Cargo Handling Specialist

JOB SUMMARY Inspects and receives cargo to protect the interest of Tropical and its customers.  Verifies that cargo meets Tropical’s minimum requirements for cargo acceptance.  Notifies supervisor / crew leader for problem resolution when cargo does not meet Tropical requirements.  Measures and documents the shipment’s size, type and characteristics along with complete written record of any discrepancies.  Applies proper Tropical labels according to cargo marks and paperwork and enters correct data in the warehouse management system, preparing cargo for putaway.  Operates a forklift as part of the receiving, stripping, or putaway processes.  Puts away cargo in the proper location and documents that transaction properly in the warehouse management system.JOB SCOPENo supervisory or budgetary responsibilitiesPRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESInspects cargo to ensure that cargo meets the Tropical receiving guidelines for acceptance.Receives cargo by :a.  Verifying and documenting the count.b.  Ensuring that cargo matches description on the carrier’s freight billc.  Verifying and documenting cargo condition.d.  Properly noting exceptions (discrepancies) on the delivery agent’s paperwork.e.  Checks for proper hazardous material documents.f.   Signs the delivery receipt, and accepts cargo in accordance with the receiving process.Measures cargo and enters information into the warehouse management system or on hand tally.Properly, accurately, and legibly, records all other required information on tally or in warehouse management system.Prepares cargo for putaway by verifying paperwork, and placing cargo on pallets.  Secures cargo to pallets with shrinkwrap and/or tape.Applies labels to each handling unit, in accordance with company procedures.Exhibits good customer service skills in communicating with customers, truckers, and vendors.Performs and documents pre-shift forklift inspection.Operates a forklift to unload delivery trucks and containers.Strips and transloads cargo as neededTransfers large shipments from delivery truck directly into  containers.Loads containers making sure that cargo is placed properly in containers to ensure maximum stow and damage free transit.Loads flat racks according to flat rack procedures.Ensures proper hazardous material placards are applied when hazardous cargo is loaded.Performs all other assigned duties as requested. MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Six (6) months Tropical warehouse experience.OSHA certified in forklift operation.LICENSE: Valid Florida drivers licenseTRAVEL: None.

Interchange Checker

JOB SUMMARYInspect and accurately update status in N-4 for all equipment entering and exiting the port.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES-Accurately update N-4 – IN/OUT GATE Screen by inputting the following information:  container or chassis, booking , status, and seal number, reefer temperature, DCM, OOG/1posth, weight, trucker and condition.  Initiate follow up procedures in handling discrepancies found in any of the above listed functions.-Thoroughly inspect container and/or chassis condition to ensure cleanliness and that they are damage free and to accurately update system indicating any damages found.  Inspect shipper owned containers to ensure they are structurally safe to be shipped and verify validity of CSC plate and or ACEP sticker.-Ensure Hazardous Materials documents (DCM) matches placards on containers and meets regulatory requirements and notify appropriate personnel if hazardous incompatibility exists.-Accurately update N-4/IMDG, from shipper’s DCM received from truckers,  with all pertinent information required to complete DCM for vessels.-Check to ensure loads on flat racks are properly secured as per “Flat Rack Securing Guidelines”.-Direct specific loads (steel, sod) to assigned location for special handling/securing.    If cargo is out of gauge (OOG) or if it is a one post flat rack, info. is updated in N-4 and on log sheet for further billing.  Number of straps received on flat racks is also recorded in order for trucker to be reimbursed.-Calculate and update N-4 with weights for all loaded containers entering the port.  Calculation performed by using “Weight Calculation and Resolution Procedures”.  Take appropriate actions for containers found to be overweight.-Check and validate reefer set/read temperature against booked temperature and notify Reefer Dept,/Reefer Tech of any discrepancies found.-Collect shipper’s documents from truckers and separate by port for collection by mail clerk.-Know the difference between equipment pertaining to size, type, and ownership.-Communicate with Stevedoring and other departments when need via radio, e-mail, or telephone.-Performs all other related duties as requested. EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Six months general clerical experienceLICENSE: Valid State of Florida Driver’s LicenseTRAVEL: N/A

Operations Reliability Coordinator

JOB SUMMARYCoordinates activities of operations employees assigned to the warehouse and guides them in training, hazmat response and processes used in the warehouse. Handles freight and duties assigned by the supervisor to improve the customer experience to ensure accuracy and efficiency. Coordinates cargo and works with the inventory specialist to identify “not founds” and inventory measures to promote improvement.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES- Educates and works with personnel to drive loading accuracy.- Idetifies training deficiencies to create better training processes.- Organizes and coordinates the receiving, warehousing, and loading of cargo according to established guidelines with team.- Coordinates and leads the hazmat spill response process providing guidance and ensuring the team safely responds to spills within compliance and guidelines set by Tropical and Governing agencies.- Provides incident report to senior management following a hazmat spill.- Maintains hazmat spill inventory – Ensures loading team follows best practices while performing job and gives guidance/ training when necessary- Ensures that all warehouse processes and governing agency procedures are followed.- Reports non-compliance to supervisor immediately.- Makes cargo available US customs and USDA inspection.- Coordinates cargo transfers.- Coordinates cargo with special instructions to ensure that it remains undamaged and is stored according to instructions.- Works with superviso to raise awareness of cargo with special requirements.- Ensures the warehouse and assigned equipment is kept clean and properly maintained,- Schedules forklift PMs and equipment maintenance along with pre shift inspections. – Coordinates loading and/or transfer of freight to/from Tropical locations. – Actively supports Quality Improvement Process- Performs all other related duties as requested.MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION:    High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE:    7 years experience working in shipping or logisticsLICENSE:    Valid Driver’s LicenseTRAVEL:    PHYSICAL:    Operations – Manual dexterity to perform repetitive motion tasks on computer or handheld.  Ability to frequently twist, bend, reach, squat, kneel, climb on equipment, push/pull 50 pounds, crawl, lift and carry at least 80 pounds on a daily basis.  Able to withstand constant exposure to extreme weather conditionsLANGUAGE:    English         (Education and experience minimums can be substituted with any equivalent combination of training and experience)

SA Ramp Lead

  A ramp leader will work hand in hand with the supervisor, playing a crucial role in the efficient and safe handling of loading operations. Below is a detailed description […]

NVOCC Service Quality Coord

JOB SUMMARYThe Service Quality Control Coordinator for Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) is responsible for Service Issue Resolution and continuing process improvements. Holder of the NVOCC Service Excellency SOP and responsible for the document’s annual review and updates. Responsible for obtaining tracking Service Failures logged into SIRS and retaining ownership of the issue until resolved for the three NVOCC brands.    Inquire about each incident, utilizing all available resources to determine the root cause. Recommends appropriate course to correct or improve processes or training needs. Reports statistics to Tropical Service Quality Management. Responsible for overseeing that the UNK process is being followed and regularly requesting the necessary information from the responsible parties to ensure the timely movement of cargo. Reviews all documentation for compliance with all applicable regulations and assigns it to the pertaining party, such as and not limited to, Port Coordinator/ Documentation Specialist/ Warehouse and/or logistics’ team.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES1. Run workplans several times a day. Research and resolve service failures and escalated issues received via telephone or email. Monitor SIRS workplans throughout the day to ensure prompt response. Maintain ownership of the issue until it is resolved to the satisfaction of the customer and the NVOCC brands. Research possible solutions to issues and advise other Tropical and NVOCC departments of customer-related problems.2. Analyze trends and provide reports to management as assigned (i.e., SIRS). Review reports and work with responsible areas to determine the root cause of the issue and prevent reoccurrence. Identify whether service failure is a result of a problem with a process or procedure or whether employee education and training is needed.3. May provide training as needed to ensure that service issues are being logged accurately and timely within the SIRS system and provides feedback to management for further training needs.4. Receive escalated/complex issues from the Traffic Department and agents, perform research and contact appropriate parties to prevent potential service failure from occurring. Contact customers and/or work with agencies in different departments to communicate resolution or provide information about the incident.5. Oversee the unknown (UNK) process thar includes the following duties:a. Run the unknown workplan several times during the day.b. Review pictures and tally information to determine consignee and destination.c. Create a WH requests and work with the warehouse personnel to obtain the necessary information or actions to open boxes, take pictures and search for documents.d. Work with the three (3) brands’ traffic departments in contacting shippers or suppliers to get additional information for the consignee and final destination.e. Work with the different overseas offices to call consignee(s) to provide final destination and invoices.f. Update the shipment by adding comments of anything that has been done to locate the consignee and final destination.g. Update consignee and final destination once information has been received.6. Champion of the different brands boxes programs (Carib Box, D-Box, and VIC Box) working with the teams to increase awareness of the use of the boxes. Identify areas of improvement in the use of the boxes, and customer education.7. Analyze applicable KPIs on the use of the boxes.8. Performs all other duties as assigned.E.    MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION:    High School Diploma EXPERIENCE:    5 years of experience in the shipping industry in the areas of customer service or trafficLICENSE:    Valid Local Driver’s LicenseTRAVEL:    N/APHYSICAL:    Office Environment – Manual dexterity to perform repetitive motion tasks on computer. Ability to bend or stoop to retrieve lower shelf files. Ability to reach overhead to retrieve upper shelf files. Ability to sit 1/3 – 2/3 of day. Ability to work on your feet for 1/3 – 2/3 day.LANGUAGE:    English         (Education and experience minimums can be substituted with any equivalent combination of training and experience)

SA ADMIN Lead

Key Responsibilities Reviews: Conduct periodic reviews of processes and documents to ensure accuracy and compliance with established standards. Safety: Implement and supervise safety measures to ensure a safe working environment. […]

Cargo Handling Specialist

JOB SUMMARY Inspects and receives cargo to protect the interest of Tropical and its customers.  Verifies that cargo meets Tropical’s minimum requirements for cargo acceptance.  Notifies supervisor / crew leader for problem resolution when cargo does not meet Tropical requirements.  Measures and documents the shipment’s size, type and characteristics along with complete written record of any discrepancies.  Applies proper Tropical labels according to cargo marks and paperwork and enters correct data in the warehouse management system, preparing cargo for putaway.  Operates a forklift as part of the receiving, stripping, or putaway processes.  Puts away cargo in the proper location and documents that transaction properly in the warehouse management system.JOB SCOPENo supervisory or budgetary responsibilitiesPRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESInspects cargo to ensure that cargo meets the Tropical receiving guidelines for acceptance.Receives cargo by :a.  Verifying and documenting the count.b.  Ensuring that cargo matches description on the carrier’s freight billc.  Verifying and documenting cargo condition.d.  Properly noting exceptions (discrepancies) on the delivery agent’s paperwork.e.  Checks for proper hazardous material documents.f.   Signs the delivery receipt, and accepts cargo in accordance with the receiving process.Measures cargo and enters information into the warehouse management system or on hand tally.Properly, accurately, and legibly, records all other required information on tally or in warehouse management system.Prepares cargo for putaway by verifying paperwork, and placing cargo on pallets.  Secures cargo to pallets with shrinkwrap and/or tape.Applies labels to each handling unit, in accordance with company procedures.Exhibits good customer service skills in communicating with customers, truckers, and vendors.Performs and documents pre-shift forklift inspection.Operates a forklift to unload delivery trucks and containers.Strips and transloads cargo as neededTransfers large shipments from delivery truck directly into  containers.Loads containers making sure that cargo is placed properly in containers to ensure maximum stow and damage free transit.Loads flat racks according to flat rack procedures.Ensures proper hazardous material placards are applied when hazardous cargo is loaded.Performs all other assigned duties as requested. MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Six (6) months Tropical warehouse experience.OSHA certified in forklift operation.LICENSE: Valid Florida drivers licenseTRAVEL: None.

Cargo Handling Specialist

JOB SUMMARY Inspects and receives cargo to protect the interest of Tropical and its customers.  Verifies that cargo meets Tropical’s minimum requirements for cargo acceptance.  Notifies supervisor / crew leader for problem resolution when cargo does not meet Tropical requirements.  Measures and documents the shipment’s size, type and characteristics along with complete written record of any discrepancies.  Applies proper Tropical labels according to cargo marks and paperwork and enters correct data in the warehouse management system, preparing cargo for putaway.  Operates a forklift as part of the receiving, stripping, or putaway processes.  Puts away cargo in the proper location and documents that transaction properly in the warehouse management system.JOB SCOPENo supervisory or budgetary responsibilitiesPRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESInspects cargo to ensure that cargo meets the Tropical receiving guidelines for acceptance.Receives cargo by :a.  Verifying and documenting the count.b.  Ensuring that cargo matches description on the carrier’s freight billc.  Verifying and documenting cargo condition.d.  Properly noting exceptions (discrepancies) on the delivery agent’s paperwork.e.  Checks for proper hazardous material documents.f.   Signs the delivery receipt, and accepts cargo in accordance with the receiving process.Measures cargo and enters information into the warehouse management system or on hand tally.Properly, accurately, and legibly, records all other required information on tally or in warehouse management system.Prepares cargo for putaway by verifying paperwork, and placing cargo on pallets.  Secures cargo to pallets with shrinkwrap and/or tape.Applies labels to each handling unit, in accordance with company procedures.Exhibits good customer service skills in communicating with customers, truckers, and vendors.Performs and documents pre-shift forklift inspection.Operates a forklift to unload delivery trucks and containers.Strips and transloads cargo as neededTransfers large shipments from delivery truck directly into  containers.Loads containers making sure that cargo is placed properly in containers to ensure maximum stow and damage free transit.Loads flat racks according to flat rack procedures.Ensures proper hazardous material placards are applied when hazardous cargo is loaded.Performs all other assigned duties as requested. MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Six (6) months Tropical warehouse experience.OSHA certified in forklift operation.LICENSE: Valid Florida drivers licenseTRAVEL: None.

Warehouse Supervisor

JOB SUMMARYSupervises all cargo receiving and handling operations in the Miami warehouse.  Supervises the operating functions of cargo inspections, warehousing, out-loading, cargo inventory, and weekly productivity reports.  Responsible for all warehouse and split requests.-Supervise cargo receiving, handling and loading operations in receiving and the warehouse.-Monitors and evaluates daily quality, status and effectiveness of the operations work group.-Compiles operational data and produces productivity reports on a weekly basis.-Supervises freight operations and warehouse utilization from forecasted workload data and vessel schedule peak load periods  Orders all warehouse supplies and maintains inventory of same.-Coordinates all warehouse requests, splits and restickers.-Ensures work group members receive necessary supplies, manuals, safety equipment and training to perform job properly.-Performs initial training and retraining of warehouse employees.-Ensures that work areas are safe and clean.-Drafts internal operating procedures for freight handling functions to maintain safety, productivity and service standards.-Performs employee performance appraisals, participates in the interview process and recommends hiring or dismissal.-Performs all other assigned duties.EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Three years in cargo inspection, handling, and warehouse operations.LICENSE: Valid Local Driver’s License.  Valid Passport.TRAVEL: 10% Travel to local Tropical locations within the continental U.S. to coordinate operations or participate in special assignments.  Occasional  overseas travel to coordinate with various port locations.

Cargo Handling Specialist

JOB SUMMARY Inspects and receives cargo to protect the interest of Tropical and its customers.  Verifies that cargo meets Tropical’s minimum requirements for cargo acceptance.  Notifies supervisor / crew leader for problem resolution when cargo does not meet Tropical requirements.  Measures and documents the shipment’s size, type and characteristics along with complete written record of any discrepancies.  Applies proper Tropical labels according to cargo marks and paperwork and enters correct data in the warehouse management system, preparing cargo for putaway.  Operates a forklift as part of the receiving, stripping, or putaway processes.  Puts away cargo in the proper location and documents that transaction properly in the warehouse management system.JOB SCOPENo supervisory or budgetary responsibilitiesPRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESInspects cargo to ensure that cargo meets the Tropical receiving guidelines for acceptance.Receives cargo by :a.  Verifying and documenting the count.b.  Ensuring that cargo matches description on the carrier’s freight billc.  Verifying and documenting cargo condition.d.  Properly noting exceptions (discrepancies) on the delivery agent’s paperwork.e.  Checks for proper hazardous material documents.f.   Signs the delivery receipt, and accepts cargo in accordance with the receiving process.Measures cargo and enters information into the warehouse management system or on hand tally.Properly, accurately, and legibly, records all other required information on tally or in warehouse management system.Prepares cargo for putaway by verifying paperwork, and placing cargo on pallets.  Secures cargo to pallets with shrinkwrap and/or tape.Applies labels to each handling unit, in accordance with company procedures.Exhibits good customer service skills in communicating with customers, truckers, and vendors.Performs and documents pre-shift forklift inspection.Operates a forklift to unload delivery trucks and containers.Strips and transloads cargo as neededTransfers large shipments from delivery truck directly into  containers.Loads containers making sure that cargo is placed properly in containers to ensure maximum stow and damage free transit.Loads flat racks according to flat rack procedures.Ensures proper hazardous material placards are applied when hazardous cargo is loaded.Performs all other assigned duties as requested. MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Six (6) months Tropical warehouse experience.OSHA certified in forklift operation.LICENSE: Valid Florida drivers licenseTRAVEL: None.

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