We are reinventing global trade.

Flexport is building the operating system for global trade. We are a licensed freight forwarder and customs brokerage built around a modern technology stack. We help some of the world's fastest growing brands manage their international supply chains, providing a fully-managed service for moving products between any two places on the planet. Started in 2013, we've now raised $1.3B from investors including Peter Thiel of Founders Fund, Softbank, DST, Google Ventures, First Round Capital, Bloomberg Beta, Felicis Ventures, Y Combinator, and more.

Flexport is excited to offer military veterans the opportunity to transition their high powered operations, logistics, security, global affairs, and leadership skills and launch their civilian careers into the world of business and technology. We know searching for a full-time role after years of military service is as much about finding a company where you can picture yourself being successful, as it is about finding the right role. Flexport looks forward to placing top tier military talent into a number of high impact roles within our global operations teams, where the skills they developed throughout their service will help us take our business to the next level.

Our Operations roles are designed to problem solve impactful operational challenges as part of our global team while developing specialized expertise in the world of global logistics and trade. As the expert who has a deep understanding of your region’s network and processes, you have the unique opportunity to take optimization opportunities and build solutions to streamline operations. You will be charged with helping Flexport account management teams and clients solve exceptional challenges in order to move their shipments in less time with lower costs and via improved productivity by your team, unblocking issues and establishing procedures to prevent them in the future.

Who qualifies for Flexport’s Military Operations Pipeline?

All transitioning active duty service members, military reservists, and transitioned veterans.

What types of jobs are available?

Qualified candidates are matched to and interview for full-time roles across our Global Operations Team based on a combination of the following: candidate career interests, military work experience, education, and any applicable logistics and/or supply-chain industry experience.

Example roles include but are not limited to: Supply Chain Operations Associate, Supply Chain Operations Senior Associate, Supply Chain Operations Manager, Operational Excellence Program Manager, Partnerships Program Manager, and many more. We are hiring for entry-level through senior manager positions. 

Where are the jobs located?

We are a truly global business and are hiring across multiple locations. However, our most critical Operational needs are focused in Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Chicago.

What you’ll need:

Basic Qualifications

  • 3+ years of military work experience
  • Basic proficiency in Excel and other tools to analyze data in order to support business decisions
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects - prioritization, planning and task delegation
  • Proven track record of taking ownership and driving results – self-starter and self-directed
  • Highly polished communication skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • 5+ years military work experience in a leadership role
  • Ability to think both strategically and tactically with strong attention to detail in a high-energy, fast-paced environment
  • Proven ability to manage large and complicated projects with experience leading cross-functional projects and teams
  • Demonstrated experience and proficiency in effective communication of goals and strategies across multiple leadership levels of an organization
  • Proficiency in data analysis tools such as Microsoft Excel
  • Technical aptitude and agility to learn web-based tools

Where you'll work:

Investing your time with Flexport means having an immediate impact, all over the world. You’re empowered to do what’s best for everyone and trusted to make the right decisions when and where you need them. Join our collective of entrepreneurs and improve the world’s experience in global trade.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. 

Join us to solve real-world problems while shaping the future of global trade.

Worried about not having any freight forwarding experience?

  • Don’t be! We’re building the first Operating System for Global Trade. That’s why it’s incredibly important for us to bring people from diverse backgrounds and experiences together with our industry veterans to help move the freight forwarding industry forward.
  • What’s freight forwarding and why does it matter? Listen to Ryan, our CEO explain what freight forwarding is and why improving global trade can help to connect the world and break down economic barriers in this Fast Company Freethink Original Series video.
  • We know this industry is complex. That’s why we invest in education starting day one with Flexport Academy, a one week intensive onboarding program designed specifically to set every new Flexport employee up for success.

Investing your time with Flexport means having an immediate impact, all over the world. You’re empowered to do what’s best for everyone and trusted to make the right decisions when and where you need them. Join our collective of entrepreneurs and improve the world’s experience in global trade.

At Flexport, our ability to fulfill our mission of making global trade easy for everyone relies on having a diverse, dedicated and engaged workforce. That is why Flexport is committed to creating and nurturing an environment where anyone can be their authentic self. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, health status, marital and family status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

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