Logistics Analyst II


Job description

One of our major clients in the oil and gas industry is looking for a Logistics Analyst II to work within their facilities in Calgary or Edmonton on a 1-year contract.


  • Participate in capital project planning
  • Support internal customers/users by understanding their logistics requirements
  • Initiate move orders and participate in development of overall logistics strategies for tactical moves
  • Select appropriate transportation supplier from approved supplier list (ASL) and coordinate logistics moves with suppliers including monitoring supplier delivery
  • Conduct shipment inventory reviews to determine accuracy
  • Support analysis of transport modes commiserated with business requirements and work with various carriers to utilize the most appropriate method of transport
  • Ensure materials are properly expedited by suppliers when needed
  • Identify delivery delays and implement mitigation tactics to accelerate delivery when possible
  • Work with supplier to resolve transportation invoice issues
  • Communication of logistics supplier / carrier performance including compliance with specific contractual obligations/metrics to the logistics manager
  • Provide business support for all material related activity (Warehouse & Operations)
  • Assemble, summarize and report logistics for the Benefits Tracking tool
  • Train internal customers/users on the use of a routing guide and shipping matrix
  • Provide subject matter advice to Procurement, Engineering and Operations on development of shipping method specifications for pipeline materials, equipment, and other cargo
  • Provide logistics oversight to specific projects including site visits for major material moves / large equipment
  • Identify and conduct risk analysis and participate in the planning for mitigating solutions
  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor
  • On-Call may be required



  • 1-2 years of experience in logistic
  • Knowledge in logistics and inventory management principles
  • Mathematical and analytical insight including data analytics (sourcing tools, financial tools)
  • Knowledge of transportation laws and regulations including an understanding of routing guides and shipping matrixes
  • Knowledge of the specifics of each mode of transportation and Supply Chain

    processes and systems
  • Knowledge of carrier rates, tariffs, federal, state, local/international laws & regulations related to material logistics
  • Understanding of risk vs. reward and ability to determine where to take ownership of materials
  • Stakeholder management, including communicating and maintaining partnership relationships with internal stakeholders
  • Understanding of creation and implementation of contracts by drafting contracts for services and performing contract administrative tasks
  • Experience with customer services
  • Organizational and time management skills
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel
  • Knowledge in international shipping and customs brokerage
  • Bachelor’s Degree in supply chain management is preferred

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