Junior Logistics Executive - RMA
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Make order entries and work with accounting in processing the parts transfer.
Work with various internal and external logistics partners to timely transfer and arrange the delivery of the parts to the right locations.
Work with various internal teams, including accounting, shipping, and RMA, to track and monitor the stock at all the service inventory locations and reconcile any discrepancies.
Work with various internal product managers to understand the equipment configurations related to service and be able to detect errors.
Determine the right parts and appropriate stock level based on the equipment configurations and guidelines.
Generate and file inventory reports both on a periodic and on-demand basis.
Handle RMA logistics for service custom
Keep the internal database up-to-date for service inventory management.
Escalate any service inventory issue outside control to the appropriate service team staff.
Manage time effectively; prioritize and make good business judgments; and be effective while meeting daily service expectations.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience is preferred.
Minimum of 1–2 years of experience from the high-tech manufacturing industry or the IT industry is preferred.
Proficiency in MS Office and database management.
Knowledge of inventory management and logistics elements
Must be punctual and detail-oriented.
Good time management
Working logically and systematically as per the company process.
Ability to solve problems and make decisions as necessary.
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Hindi.
Experience in the inbond and outbond both is an advantage.
Salary - Best in the Industry.
Incentive - Best in the Industry.
Medical Policy for the Candidate Family.
Current India is walking towards Atmanirbhar Bharat, and the Government of India has taken a huge initiative at the policy-making level to make it happen by releasing the Vision Document on Electronics Manufacturing Roadmap to make India a powerhouse to reach USD 300Bn in electronics manufacturing by 2026 from a current USD 75Bn.
Make in India (MII) is one such subset Initiative where the Government of India has asked all Government Departments (55,000 in GeM) to buy only Make In India IT Hardware products (where local content is 51% or Class 1 Supplier) this has opened the doors for many Indian brands like RDP to take part in nations mission by manufacturing most affordable high quality make in India IT Hardware products from India to the World by becoming Local Champions.
PLI (Production Linked Incentives) is also a special incentive by the Government of India to local manufacturers to be competitive in the global markets.