Distribution Planner - 2nd Shift


The purpose of this position is to move freight in a timely, safe and cost-effective manner.

This is a 2nd Shift position 3PM -11PM or 4PM -12AM (TBD)



  • Develop communication that provides coordination of all activities required to ensure the fleet capacity plan is executed timely and correctly.
  • Manage day to day activities to assure the plan is being met and execute appropriate countermeasures for deviations.
  • Ensure accuracy of inbound and outbound fleet shipments
  • Manage onsite Distribution Coordinators over 4 Distribution Centers in NWGA
  • Analysis on delayed load and unload reporting
  • Analysis on incorrect product loads on fleet
  • Partner with Capacity Planners to analyze breakdowns to determine most cost effective and timely course of action.

EOE Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans


  • High school diploma required
  • 3-5 years of job related experience
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel required
  • Strong problem solving and
  • Decision making ability
  • Self-managed and highly motivated
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Integrity and reliability
  • Ability to forecast and logically analyze issues, evaluate alternatives, and make the best overall decisions based on service requirements, freight demand, economical factors, customer relations, and driver needs
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced setting with rapidly changing priorities
  • Ability to properly plan daily goals to drive efficiency and maximize profitability for the customer and the driver


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