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International Logistics Specialist

Company Name:
Capital Asset Exchange and Trading
As an International Logistics Specialist, you will be a key player in working with a goal-oriented team that has created the leading worldwide marketplace for secondary capital equipment. This position has high visibility within all departments at CAE, and requires that you work closely with our clients and internal trading team.
This person will compose settlement bids, coordinate the supply chain and handling requirements for capital equipment, and actively communicate with Traders, Suppliers, and Clients.

Primary Responsibilities:
Logistics quote request management
Settlement project management
Submit vendor bids to end customers
Budgeting and project pricing negotiations
Contract vendors to fulfill settlement services
Regularly update Traders and clients with project statuses
Organize and input information into CAE database
Required Qualifications/Experience:
Bachelor's degree from accredited institution
At least 1 year of logistics experience required, with success managing multiple projects
Ability to execute multiple high-volume projects under tight delivery deadlines
Must be comfortable making international phone calls and speaking with clients on a regular basis
Strong organizational skills and excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent computer skills with proficiency in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
Ability to work independently and prioritize while managing multiple tasks simultaneously
Self-starter with commitment to success and a positive attitude
Compensation and Benefits include:
Competitive base salary
Excellent medical benefits
401K program
Half days every Friday

About CAE
CAE is a leading trading and Investment Company focused on semiconductor capital assets. CAE has 1,400 active clients; greater than $100 million in annual transactions values, and directly invests in companies that are related to the semiconductor value chain. As the market leader, CAE is expanding its reach within the category, both directly and through its subsidiaries.

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