Data Entry Clerk
DB Schenker
Mississauga, ON
At DB Schenker, you are part of a global logistics network that connects the world. A network that allows you to shape your career by encouraging you to contribute and truly make a difference. With more than 76,000 colleagues worldwide, we welcome diversity and thrive on individual back-grounds, perspectives and skills. Together as one team, we are Here to move.
Position Description Summary

Work schedule is from 4:00 pm to 12:00 am Monday to Friday with Saturday- Day Shift (Rotation Shift)

The Data Entry Clerk is responsible for data entry of material source documents to a computer terminal. Opening the files used by the Departments to track, control, bill and manage shipments for Ground LTL consolidation and CME. The clerk must also be committed to exceeding client expectations while respecting company policies.

Principal Accountabilities

Collect, print/match documentation from document sources daily.
Review/verify data and perform clerical tasks in data processing function
File Shipment creation- Opens job files by entering data into the UNIX system, print documentation and match to the customs paperwork.
Processes shipments on ACROSS/RMD
Processes shipments/manifest for LTL and CME departments including delivery requirements
Accurately enter data efficiently.
Communicate and distribute completed documentation as pre-alert to relevant parties.
Communicate with consolidation centers/terminals to confirm trailer statuses
Operate computer equipment to ensure that tasks are processed in accordance with schedule of operations.
Other duties as required / assigned.

Knowledge and Skills

Excellent data entry skills
Keyboarding/typing speed- 60 -70 WPM
Accuracy is essential
Excellent communication skills
Good understanding of Canada Customs and their regulations would be an asset
Good planning and organizational skills; plans work and measures performance
Team Player
Knowledge of Microsoft programs i.e. Excel, and Word at an intermediate level.
Knowledge of Linux/UNIX system as a user, an asset.
Able to work with minimal supervision