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Kansas City, MO, USA

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About the Role

Key Responsibilities:

Material Management:
- Take-Offs Verification: Work closely with the team to verify take-offs and ensure the correct materials are ordered and delivered.
- Sourcing and Procurement: Source and procure all necessary materials and ensure timely deliveries to project sites.
- Material Exchanges: Manage returns of unused materials and facilitate exchanges as needed.

Vendor Relationship:
- Third-Party Coordination: Liaise with third-party delivery companies to ensure timely and accurate deliveries.
- Billing: Invoice clients for delivery and other logistics fees.

Compliance and Reporting:
- Warranties and Rebates: Apply for and track material warranties and rebates.
- Documentation: Maintain comprehensive records of all logistics activities, including receipts, warranties, and client billing.


The Logistics Manager plays a crucial role in ensuring the smooth operations of all logistics involved with construction projects. This includes material sourcing, procurement, and delivery; third-party vendor management; and client billing for logistics services.

  • Must have an entrepreneurial spirit.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Logistics, or related field.

  • A minimum of 3-5 years of logistics or supply chain experience, preferably in the construction or real estate sectors.

  • Strong organizational and multitasking skills.

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

  • Proficiency in logistics software and MS Office Suite.

Technology Requirements:

  • Must possess a reliable and high-speed internet connection.

  • Must have a personal computer or laptop with up-to-date software.

  • Must own a smartphone with access to email and company communication tools.

Home Office Environment:

  • Must have a dedicated and quiet workspace free from distractions during working hours.

  • The workspace should be ergonomically set up to support prolonged periods of work.

  • Must ensure a professional background for video conferencing.


  • Must be available to work during standard business hours as defined by the company.

  • Flexibility to attend virtual meetings or respond to urgent requests outside of standard hours when necessary.

Communication Skills:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • Proficiency in using email, chat, and video conferencing tools effectively.


  • Strong time-management and organizational skills.

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

  • Proactive and self-motivated with a strong work


For the role of Logistics Manager, which involves a high level of organizational capability, material sourcing, procurement, and vendor management, the two Wealth Dynamics profiles that would be the most suitable are the "Mechanic" and the "Trader."

Why "Mechanic"?

  • Sourcing and Procurement: Mechanics are excellent at fine-tuning systems and making sure things run efficiently. They would excel at sourcing and procuring materials for optimal project outcomes.

  • Documentation: Mechanics are meticulous when it comes to the details, making them good at maintaining records and documentation of all logistics activities.

  • Vendor Relationship: Mechanics like to see systems working smoothly and would therefore likely be skilled at establishing a streamlined flow with third-party delivery companies.

  • Compliance and Reporting: Mechanics are often compliance-oriented and would be adept at applying for and tracking material warranties and rebates.

Why "Trader"?

  • Material Exchanges: Traders are good at spotting opportunities and are naturally good negotiators. They could manage returns of unused materials and facilitate exchanges as needed.

  • Third-Party Coordination: Traders are naturally sociable and good at networking, making them adept at liaising with third-party vendors to ensure timely deliveries.

  • Billing: Traders are usually good with numbers and quick calculations, making them well-suited for invoicing clients and managing the financial aspects of logistics.

  • Take-Offs Verification: A Trader’s attention to timing and opportunity would be an asset in verifying take-offs and ensuring that the correct materials are ordered and delivered on schedule.

The "Mechanic" profile would be most effective for the systematic and operational aspects of logistics management, while the "Trader" would excel in the more dynamic aspects like vendor negotiation and client billing. These two profiles together would provide a well-rounded approach to the complex responsibilities required for a Logistics Manager.

About the Company

At GLAM Properties, we are more than just a Real Estate Investor's Management Boutique. We are your strategic partners in building sustainable communities. Our mission is to provide comprehensive consulting and management services that cover every facet of real estate investment. From acquisition to design, construction/ renovations to disposition, we've got you covered. But we don't stop there; we also specialize in home staging, commercial cleaning, maintenance, make-readies, tenant placement, and property management. We are committed to delivering excellence at every step, ensuring your investments not only grow but also contribute positively to the community. Your success is our mission, and together, we make it happen.

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