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  • Breakdown of 7 Industry Sectors
  • What are the industry opportunities
  • What skills are in demand
  • Comprehensive Australian salary guide, with over 70 job roles detailed
  • Diploma of Logistics Course Description
  • Recognition of Prior Learning
  • Frequently Asked Questions
     

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CAREER, SALARY & COURSE GUIDE

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1.2 million people involved in Australian Logistics

38.4% 5 year job growth

$101,057
Average salary of Supply Chain Managers

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Procurement Manager

Salary Guide: $60,000-$150,000

Responsible for the sourcing of suppliers, purchase orders, negotiation with suppliers on prices and contracts and oversight of all orders and purchases. You will be in charge to deliver cost saving initiatives and performance improvement as well as developing positive relationships with suppliers. Other responsibilities include liaising with transport and operation staff to ensure optimal stock levels at all times, development and implementation of procurement strategies and ensuring a safe workplace.

Distribution Centre Manager

Salary Guide: $1150,000-$140,000

Responsible for managing the movement, organisation, supply and storage of goods through your centre. Functioning with a team, responsibilities also include supervising the daily function of the distribution centre, maintaining appropriate stock levels, dealing with customer issues effectively and timely, ensuring proper WHS practices are adhered to, tracking stock using programs like SAP, review data and perform analysis and presentations and ensuring quality control of all stock and its movement.

Operations Manager

Salary Guide: $80,000-$120,000

Your main area of focus will be on coordinating and planning the business operations to ensure that the day to day tasks are well organised, running smoothly and efficiently whilst also having oversight of staff, projects and clients. You will also be in charge of workforce planning, cost controls, customer service, developing and implementing business plans in consultation with senior management, equipment management and movement of goods.

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 This 20 page guide will let you know what sort of jobs you could achieve with a career in Logistics and how much your earning potential could be.

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