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What are some jobs you can get in logistics and supply chain with an associate's degree until you get your bachelor's degree?

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What are some jobs you can get in logistics and supply chain with an associate's degree until you get your bachelor's degree?

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According to Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (located in Green Bay, Wisconsin), here are some jobs that are available to holders of an associate's degree in supply chain management:

  • Buyer/Planners: individuals who coordinate activities between purchasing and manufacturing
  • Claims Analysts: perform duties in risk management, including damage claims and incidents
  • Customer Service Representative: provide customer service and communicate with them to offer the products that they need
  • Dispatchers: assign freight to routes, vehicles and routes to drivers, and handles
  • Inventory Analysts: compile information regarding merchandise, material, or stock on hand to maintain the best workflow
  • Logistics Technician: communicate with carriers, manage trailer needs, and provide assignments to carriers
  • Materials Planner: coordinate the flow of manufacturing goods to different departments in the organization
  • Master Production Scheduler: create master production schedules and work orders, including prioritizing important dates
  • Purchasing Assistant: perform activities related to evaluation and selection, product specifications, order quantities, and delivery requirements

For more information about degrees in supply chain management, check out this article: Degrees and Certificates in Supply Chain Management

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