$200K — $250K *
Be a part of momentum and innovation. Comprehensive Logistics Co. Inc. is accelerating its agile diversification into new markets and expanding its current market base. You’re invited to join this company where your contributions fuel the momentum!
We are a lean company who relies on workforce talent, and in return gives you the opportunity to engage in the growing 3rd party logistics service provider market-space differentiated by our contract manufacturing process disciplines, such as integrated robotics, vision-based error-proofing and advanced IT applications in digital material flow management.
If you are energized by solving challenges, ranging from small operational details to big strategic challenges with industry changing implications, come join us.
As one of the fastest-growing warehousing and logistics companies in North America, we’re looking for an experienced DIRECTOR, AUTOMATION ENGINEERING (AUTOMATIC GUIDED VEHICLES) .
As the Director, Automation Engineering (AGV), you will be responsible for the design and implementation of automation infrastructure that includes AGV’s, Conveyor Systems, Robots, and Material Handling Systems. The successful candidate must have experience with advanced warehouse management integration tools and be an expert in automation technology. This position will report directly to the Vice President, Corporate Services. Additional responsibilities entails and not limited to analyzing new and existing operations efficiencies, engaging in process improvement initiatives, assisting with facility start-ups, and the development and coordination of projects to improve speed, reduce costs and increase customer satisfaction.
CLI is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
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Valid through: 11/5/2020