JAM Recruitment Ltd
Do you want to work at the forefront of technology? Do you want a sense that you are part of a team doing something different? Can you commute to Hatfield? If so, one of the following roles may be right for you.
One of the fastest growing businesses in the UK (who compete with Amazon for being the most technologically advanced e-commerce business) is looking for a number of permanent Project Design Managers to join their team. The business is revolutionary and is now selling their technology to other businesses to help them build and implement automated distribution centres across the world.
As a Project Design Manager you’ll sit within their Automated Warehouse design team – this team is at the forefront of technology within automation and ensures clients maximise their productivity. You’ll work with clients to identify and develop all business processes, equipment and automation requirements – to summarise, you’ll be responsible for developing the concept design of the operational areas of automated warehouses and then project manage the development of the design across the wider design team and business.
To succeed in the role of Project Design Manager you don’t necessarily have to have been an Engineer but you definitely will have experience of engineering or project management within a Materials Handling Equipment business (ideally within logistics, warehousing, distribution and FMCG).
As a Project Design Manager you’ll receive a very competitive salary (please get in touch for details on this) and other benefits including pension, share scheme and private medical insurance. In addition, the company is committed to both training and development along with career progress.
How to apply…
This is an excellent opportunity to join a market leader so if you’re interested please send through your CV by clicking the “Apply Now” button
JAM Recruitment is acting as an employment agency with regards to this position.
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