Logistics Coordinator

Experis is Norway’s largest consultancy and recruitment company with 850 consultants. We offer highly qualified consultants, recruiting and project solutions within the fields of Engineering, Finance and IT. Our Experis Executive Division recruits leaders and key personnel in the private and public sector. Among our clients you will find over 90 percent of Norway’s leading companies. Experis is a company in ManpowerGroup and is voted one of the world’s most ethical companies.


As a consultant in Experis, you will have instant access to a wide range of challenging positions and project assignments. With us, you can build your career and we will help you achieve your goals on short and long term through our national and global network. Visit us at www.Experis.no 

Roles and Responsibilities


The Logistics Coordinator is responsible for all onshore logistics activities on an operational level related to mobilisation and demobilisation of Company and 3rd party vessels or sites (SURF scope), within designated projects.


  • Monitor, track and ensure that all procured, rented, CPI and high value items arrive at quay side or other mob site with correct documentation, is formally received and ready for loading and returned to the designated destination upon demob (client, supplier, storage, rigging pool, base).
  • Follow-up and arrange all transport and logistics services on behalf of the project, including track of shipping documents and receipts, in close collaboration with the engineering –and project services team.
  • Manage the equipment list for the project and maintain overview of the material flow.
  • Act as the single point of contact for all procurement/logistics enquiries at mob/demob site.
  • If required, sign-off on time sheets for subcontractor personnel on site verifying start-time and stop time when required.
  • Check and verify that all Order and Shipping documents are compliant with customs regulations, applicable laws and project specific requirements.
  • Organize and supervise packing, securing and marking of all equipment at mob/demob sites.
  • Ensure that all logistical operations are carried out safely and in accordance with the requirements set out in Company procedures and processes.
  • Provide regular status and mob/demob close-out reports.
  • Monitor and review safety, quality and operational objectives and assist in improving systems and procedures within the Logistics and operations department.




  • Bachelor degree or higher in supply chain, business administration, engineering or equivalent. Relevant experience may compensate for academic background.
  • Minimum 5-year experience within international logistics, expediting, ships agency or rigging, preferably in an offshore project environment.
  • Thorough understanding of import/export procedures, Incoterms and regulatory requirements in international trade.
  • Knowledge of port and vessel operations.
  • Proficiency in the English and Norwegian language is required.
  • A practical mindset with ability to multitask and build effective networks and relations.
  • Excellent communication skills and a team player.
  • Above average IT skills and experience with MS Office.
  • Willingness to travel extensively in periods, mainly within Norway.
  • A customer focused, proactive, and innovative mindset.

Experis can offer you


You will have the opportunity for personal and professional development in various and challenging assignments. We offer competitive conditions, pension and insurance policy and a strong social environment. You will have your own mentor and be offered career guidance in addition you will receive access to free training courses. You will also have the opportunity to attend social events in addition to discount on gym memberships, bank and insurance, studies and healthcare.  


Antall stillinger: 1
Industri: Engineering
Fagfelt: Administrasjon, Engineering (Ingeniøryrker)
Arbeidssted: Akershus

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Publisert: 12.10.2018
Søknadsfrist: 15.10.2018
Ref. nr.: 1027293
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Kjersti Kristiansen