|Publication date:||November 06 2020|
|Function Group:||Supply Chain|
A leading organisation in the medical devices industry is looking for a Senior Supply Chain Project Manager. Despite being one of the leading and most innovative medical devices organisation worldwide, they constantly seek ways to bring technology, therapies, and service together and on a world-class level. Their mission is to push the limits of technology and service, and to make tomorrow better than yesterday. From their European Distribution Center located in Limburg they receive goods from all over the global, and supply the local and regional distribution centers in the EMEA region.
In this position you manage will manage a cross-functional project within the Service & Repair EMEA (Europe Middle Eastern & Africa) region. We aim to transform current processes to a well-defined, aligned standard process across Western Europe. This involves updating the current installed base and cleaning up their records in collaboration with various stakeholders including Legal, Regulatory and Business unit and the country leadership teams.
Successful completion of the project delivers process efficiencies, sustainable standard processes for the future, and transparency of financial & regulatory status.
Your main tasks will include:
To be successful in this role, you are a team player and a problem solver with an innovative mindset with the ability to see opportunities and challenge the status quo. You have a strong ability to build relationships, influence at all levels across the business & drive results efficiently.
Next to that, we are looking for the following profile:
We are looking for a professional who is immediately available for this project. The project is guaranteed to be six months, and potential extension based on project progress. Besides, the role can be performed almost entirely from home.
We can offer you the following:
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Consultant | Medical Devices