Logistics Analyst: Determines the most effective means for an organization to use capital, equipment, energy, facilities, information, material, people, and other assets to make a product or service. Plans utilization of facilities, equipment, materials, and personnel to improve efficiency of operations. Studies... [+] More
Logistics Analyst: Determines the most effective means for an organization to use capital, equipment, energy, facilities, information, material, people, and other assets to make a product or service. Plans utilization of facilities, equipment, materials, and personnel to improve efficiency of operations. Studies product or service and its requirements, using mathematical methods such as operations research, to meet those requirements and design manufacturing and information systems. Designs management control systems to aid in financial planning and cost analysis. Reviews functional statements, organization charts, and project information to determine functions and responsibilities of workers and work units and to identify areas of duplication. Excludes paraprofessional positions.
Recommends methods for improving worker efficiency and reducing waste of materials and utilities, such as restructuring job duties, reorganizing work flow, relocating workstations and equipment, and purchase of equipment. Plans layout to provide maximum possible operating efficiency. Measures and studies available floor space and draws plan of floor space to scale, using drafting tools or computer-assisted design/drafting equipment. Studies sequence of operations to be performed and flow of business and materials. Coordinates all available knowledge and information into finished scale drawing, showing most efficient location of personnel, equipment, and necessary working area around each. Establishes work measurement programs and analyzes work samples to develop standards for labor utilization. Analyzes work force utilization, facility layout, and operational data, such as production costs, process flowcharts, and production schedules, to determine efficient utilization of workers and equipment. Confers with management and engineering staff to implement plans and recommendations. May develop management systems for cost analysis, financial planning, wage and salary administration, and job evaluation. (Source: eDOT Job Description) [-] Less
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