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PMO, Process Improvement, Logistics

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    Professional Services, Other

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    £550 - £650 per day

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  • Published:

    15 days ago

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Our client is a cargo and fleet handling services based out of Europe and operating across the globe. They are undergoing a large Transformation aiming to improve productivity and reduce costs across their global operations. Working with the Chief Transformation Officer and the Head of Fleet management, you will join to Project Manage the assessment of their current processes in the fleet management and recommend, design and roll out the implementation of improved processes to it.

You will assess the current situation, and design & roll-out a full programme to optimise the governance structure for a Europe-based station's fleet management team. You will likely be familiar with the logistics or transport sector and its operations, understanding data flows and being able to design a process that gathers data in a consistent, optimal manner.


  • Conduct an initial productivity assessment of the operations of a specific station

  • Bring a structure, solid PM approach to design a concept for process improvement - and thus lead this from inception to implementation

  • Liaise with all levels of the organisation, from high-level executives to on-ground operations managers for consultation and buy-in of programme

Consultant Requirements

  • Manager level experience in project management and knowledge of process improvement methodologies

  • Extensive experience project managing complex programs within logistics, transport, industrial services, aviation, logistics, distribution, warehousing, shipping

  • Excellent stakeholder management experience that includes c-suite level

  • Based anywhere in Europe


  • This role is being offered outside IR35

  • Duration: at least 6 months, potentially longer

  • Start date: early August

  • Location: Remote

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