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Compliance Specialist - Montreal

Montreal Office

Date Posted: 03-14-19

There’s a moment when it all comes together. When a complicated challenge turns into a creative solution. When a problem turns into an opportunity. We live for those moments.
Here at Fuel, creativity is what drives us forward. We want the outliers. The non-conformists. The game-changers. And that’s where you come in. To transform the face of logistics, we need your help. This is not just a job, it’s a lifestyle. We want you to be excited about the work you’re doing and the company you’re doing it for. And if challenges arise? That’s ok – rise to the challenge. No two days are exactly the same, and that’s what makes working at Fuel so gratifying.
Fuel Transport is expanding rapidly and looking for a Compliance Specialist for our office located in Lasalle, Quebec. The person selected will be responsible of the carrier compliance process which includes, without limitation, analyzing and verifying carrier applications, entering carrier information in the database, making recommendations to various departments, updating the carrier database, supporting and providing information to various departments.
Rise to the challenge. Find your Fuel.

Detailed Description
  • Responsible for carrier onboarding process in compliance with the company’s policies and procedures.
  • Verify, among others, carrier’s service history, credit history, certifications, insurance coverage.
  • Assess risks and make recommendations to immediate supervisor and/or operations managers following carrier verification process.
  • Ensure that contracts are received and information contained in the database is complete and accurate.
  • Build and maintain a preferred carrier list to better answer the logistic operation’s needs.
  • Work closely with the accounting department, more specifically the accounts payable and the billings departments to maintain the company’s database.
  • Monitor and review carrier performance and make recommendations, as applicable.
  • Monitor regulatory activities and industry developments to develop a working knowledge of federal, state, local and provincial transportation regulations, permitting requirements and all record-keeping and reporting.
  • Other duties and assignments as required.
Skills & Requirements
  • Collegial level with 1 to 3 years in an administrative support role.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (intermediate level).
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in English and French, verbal and written.
  • Detail-oriented, customer service oriented, multitask and highly organized.
  • Ability to work with strict deadlines and to maintain confidentiality.
  • Knowledge of supply chain management and/or logistics industry is an asset.
  • Knowledge of transportation management software i.e. TMW is a definite asset.