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Supply Chain Project Delivery Manager

Job Title: Supply Chain Project Delivery Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: £350 - £450 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: 25 days ago

Job Description

Supply Chain Project Delivery Manager - ASAP

Rate: £350-£450

Contract Length: 6 Months

Location: London

Montash are currently looking for a Supply Chain Project Delivery Manager to join a Global Retailer based in Central London for 6 Months.

You will be delivering regular project updates to the senior leadership team, supporting work stream leads in delivery and identifying inter dependencies in project plans. This will also involve creating operational processes, making sure they are cost effective and efficient logistics operations.

Skills Needed:

- Must have a strong retail background

- Extremely strong experience of Supply Chain.

- Hands on delivery management skills.

- Be able to provide supply chain management across a range of supply chain activities.

- Structure project plans - help to manage data requirements.

- Deliver change management

Key Words:

PDM / Project Delivery Manager / Supply Chain / Delivery / Retail / Data / SQL / Analytics

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