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  • Prepares asset, liability, and capital account entries by compiling and analyzing account information.
  • Documents financial transactions by entering account information.
  • Recommends financial actions by analyzing accounting options.
  • Summarizes current financial status by collecting information; preparing balance sheet, profit and loss statement, and other reports.
  • Substantiates financial transactions by auditing documents.
  • Maintains accounting controls by preparing and recommending policies and procedures.
  • Guides accounting clerical staff by coordinating activities and answering questions.
  • Reconciles financial discrepancies by collecting and analyzing account information.
  • Secures financial information by completing data base backups.


  • Should have good organisational and administrative skills.
  • Daily tasks will include responding to customers or shippers questions or in some cases complaints.
  • Providing routing information and issuing shipping instructions to ensure deliveries arrive on time and to their correct location.
  • Responsible for tracking of goods enroute to their destination ensuring any problems that may arise are resolved so as to avoid delays.
  • A Shipping Coordinator is responsible for the preparation of quotes for customers, which will involve examining products or materials to estimate quantities or weight and type of container required for storage or transport.
  • You will also liaise with accounts for the preparation of invoices ensuring shipping costs are calculated accurately and passed onto customer.
  • Should review sales and prepare reports for senior manager comparing actual sales against targets set.
  • The Shipping Coordinator’s job is to negotiate rates with suppliers such as carriers, warehouse operators and insurance companies and prepare tariffs for customers, ensuring the require profit margins as directed by the company are achieved.

Business Management

  • Assist companies in reaching goals and objectives related to sales, productivity, profitability and industry penetration, among other areas.
  • Supervise a single department
  • Direct the overall operations of privately owned businesses, publicly held corporations and nonprofit institutions in a broad range of industries.
  • Make crucial business decisions.
  • Hire, train and evaluate employees.
  • Ensure that a company is on track to meet financial goals.
  • Develop and implement budgets.
  • Prepare reports for senior management.
  • Ensure the department complies with company polices.
  • Ensure workers have the resources to complete their work.
  • Assess the performance of the department or company against goals and plans.
  • Perform human resource activities such as performance evaluations, hiring and discipline.
  • Motivate workers through incentives and positive feedback.


  • Deliver a wide variety of items to different addresses and through different routes
  • Follow route and time schedule
  • Load, unload, prepare, inspect and operate delivery vehicle
  • Ask for feedback on provided services and resolve clients’ complaints
  • Collect payments
  • Inform on new products and services
  • Complete logs and reports
  • Follow DOT regulations and safety standards
  • Proven working experience as a delivery driver
  • Valid professional driver’s licence
  • Ability to operate forklifts and tractors in a variety of weather and traffic conditions
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills
  • Good driving record with no traffic violations
  • High school degree


  • Forecasting levels of demand for services and products to meet the business needs and keeping a constant check on stock levels.
  • Conducting research to ascertain the best products and suppliers in terms of best value, delivery schedules and quality.
  • Liaising between suppliers, manufacturers, relevant internal departments and customers.
  • Identifying potential suppliers, visiting existing suppliers, and building and maintaining good relationships with them.
  • Negotiating and agreeing contracts and monitoring their progress, checking the quality of service provided.
  • Processing payments and invoices.
  • Keeping contract files and using them as reference for the future.
  • Forecasting price trends and their impact on future activities.
  • Giving presentations about market analysis and possible growth.
  • Developing an organisation’s purchasing strategy.
  • Producing reports and statistics using computer software.
  • Evaluating bids and making recommendations based on commercial and technical factors.
  • Ensuring suppliers are aware of business objectives.
  • Attending meetings and trade conferences.
  • Training and supervising the work of other members of staff.

Store Keeping

  • Check inventory records for accuracy.
  • Compile reports on various aspects of changes in inventory.
  • Keep records of items shipped, received, or transferred to another location.
  • Find, sort, or move goods between different parts of the business.