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Oswego Career Ladders - Supply Chain

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Supply Chain

High School Plus Training

Truck Driver (local and long distance) - Makes pick-ups and deliveries between plants, railroad sidings, or express depots. May also load or unload trucks with or without helpers and be required to make out-of-town overnight deliveries. Average wage $16.15-$16.77/hr.

Inventory Control Clerk - Maintains/monitors inventory control systems for raw materials and finished stock. Average wage $603.00/wk.

Material Handler - Keeps parts/products flowing to and from accumulation areas and work stations. May take inventory, drives forklift or use overhead crane. Average was $14.54/hr.

Packer - Counts and packs a variety of parts or products in cartons, cases, or other containers for shipment or storage. Average wage $10.91/hr.

Shipping and/or Receiving Clerk - Performs tasks necessary for the shipping and/or receiving of supplies and finished products. Average wage $13.70/hr.

Storekeeper/Cribkeeper - Oversees and maintains stockrooms or tool cribs. Average wage $16.34-$18.88/hr.

Shop/Lift Truck Operator - Operates gas or electric industrial trucks. Collects or deliver material, parts, or products in or between departments or buildings. Average wage $15.54/hr.

Warehouse Person - Perform stuties related to the removal of storage of material, parts, equipment, machinery or tools from or to a warehouse between loading platform and storage areas. Average wage $13.53/hr.

Two Years of Education or an Associates Degree

Production Expediter - Follows the progress of orders through the plant in accordance with the production schedule. Anticipates and takes actions to avoid delivery failures. Average wage $751/wk.

Production Scheduler - Responsible for scheduling the production of standard or semi-repetitive type equipment following a master schedule. Average wage $862/wk.

Buyer/Purchasing Agent - Lower level purchasing agents prepare and place purchase orders for group of commodities. Higher level purchasing agents perform buying assignments requiring substantial experience in complex commodities. Average wage $956/wk.

Bachelors Degree or Higher

Logistics/Traffic Manager - Responsible for the procurement, distribution, maintenance and replacement of material and personnel. Average salary $67,000/yr.

Materials Manager - Responsible for control and movement of materials in and out of plants. Average salary $71,000/yr.

Purchasing Manager - Responsible for the approval/control of the purchasing function for a company. Involves selection of reliable sources of supply, approval of purchase orders, supervision of the actual purchasing and control of price and quality. Average salary $66,750/yr.

* All wages and salaries based on 2009 statistics.