Friday: Customer Service & Logistics Manager
Singapore - The candidate will drive the development of customer focused, responsive supply chain strategies and the associated support functions.
In this role, you will drive the development of customer focused, responsive supply chain strategies and the associated support functions. You will also be responsible for ensuring sound customer service in key business units by establishing change programs, expert support and mentoring. A key aspect of this role will be to influence external customers and stakeholders to adopt consumer focused development strategies.
Listed in the NYSE, our client is a FMCG market leader with an average annual revenue of over USD55 billion worldwide, and a diverse portfolio of consumer products.
The successful applicant will have at least eight years experience in process development and expertise in logistics, sales and customer service. You must have demonstrated experience in program/project development and management, and the ability to build and maintain strong internal and external partnerships. Excellent communication skills are essential.
To apply for this position, please go to www.michaelpage.com.sg/apply quoting reference number H339050 or call Katherine Chan on +65 6533 2777 for further details.
Salary range: Not stated
Date Posted: Monday, 5 January 2009
Closing Date: Tuesday, 3 February 2009
Attention to: Katherine Chan
Phone No: 6533 2777
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