AD HARDWOODS CO., LLC

179, Gasoline Alley, Suite#207

Mooresville, NC 28117

T: (704) 360 2038 / F: (704) 360 9295

www.adhardwoods.com

JOB POSTING

EXPORT CONTROL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

 

AD HARDWOODS COMPANY is a Lumber Export Company.

We are seeking an EXPORT CONTROL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT to join our team! You will perform clerical and administrative function in order to drive company success.

Responsibilities:

  • Implementation of export requirements
  • Plan and schedule export logistics (Trucking, Shipping, etc…)
  • Ensures export documents templates (B/L, CO, Tally, etc…) are up to date
  • Answer inbound telephone calls
  • Develop and implement organized filing systems

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in office administration or other related fields
  • Ability to prioritize and multitask
  • Proficient in using Microsoft office software (Office 365, etc…)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Possess a high level of confidentiality, professionalism and integrity
  • Punctual
  • Bachelor’s Degree

Recruitment contact: Claire XIAO / (704) 572 9855.

[email protected] or [email protected]

DEFINITIONS FOR LOGS AND LUMBERS

Burl: A burl is a swirl or twist in the grain of the wood which usually occurs near a knot but does not contain a knot. Those containing sound centers are admitted in the cutting except when otherwise specified.

Check: A lengthwise separation of the wood that usually extends across the rings of annual growth and commonly results from stresses set up in wood during seasoning.

Bird Peck: A patch of distorted grain resulting from birds pecking through the growing cells in the tree and sometimes containing a hole and/or ingrown bark.

Pin Knot: A knot which does not exceed 1/8” in average diameter.

Seasoning (Kiln-Dried): Dried in a kiln with the use of artificial heat.

Shake: A separation along the grain, the greater part of which occurs between the rings of annual growth.

Split: A lengthwise separation of the wood, due to the tearing apart of wood cells.