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Logistics Project Manager

Job Title Logistics Project Manager
Industry
Salary 100000
Location United States of America
Our Reference 2666
Contact Name Peter Barry
Job Advertised 23 days ago

Logistics Project Manager  

Fully remote – Anywhere in the Continental US
Permanent position l $90,000 - $110,000 plus full benefits package

The company is a large global telecommunications company with an extensive manufacturing and distribution network.   


Some of what they want you to do:

 
  • Assemble project teams, assign individual responsibilities, develop and track project timeline, quality, and budget.
  • Coordinate data and analytics to support project execution and present to management
  • Lead project governance and controls appropriate to the complexities of the project ensuring that project deliverables adhere to the agreed governance and risk frameworks.
  • Build key relationships with stakeholders across all levels
  • Lead “build-vs-buy” strategy including 3PL run or internally-operated facilities.


To make a impact you need to have:
 
  • 5+ years of work experience in Project Management. Including 1= years’ experience         delivering complex and large-scale change projects.
  • PMP Certification would be amazing
  • Logistics experience hits the ball out of the park.
  • Experience with Microsoft Projects or similar project managing scheduling software

What you get:
This is a fully remote job.  You can be based anywhere in the continental United States.
Salary range for this job is $90,000 - $110,000 per year.
Benefits:  medical, dental, and vision plans, life and accidental death insurance, a 401(k) plan, and participation in the Company’s Incentive Plan.

If you have the right skills and career experience in logistics, then apply now through this platform.  If shortlisted, you can expect to have contact with our recruiter within 48 hours with a full spec and more information on the company.   



Apply with CV, or just reach out to me. All communications will be treated in the strictest of confidence by Peter Barry in Principle HR.
 
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