The successful Logistics Engineer will be responsible for supporting the design and implementation of all related logistics processes, machinery & equipment, storage concepts, Point of Use Design among other processes for our Integrated Logistics projects.
- Workforce & equipment planning
- Design and implement successful logistics solutions, utilizing technical and soft skills.
- Logistics process design
- Inventory transfer & rearrangement planning
- Warehouse storage design & manufacturing point-of-use (POU) design
- In addition to technical skills, a Logistics Engineer must demonstrate the following values based competencies (VBCs): integrity & trust; building inclusive relationships; customer focus; problem solving; priority setting; and dealing with uncertainty.
- Integrating supply chain knowledge into warehouse design.
- Implementing and sustaining significant improvements in internal logistics
- Data purification & analysis
- Machinery & equipment design and procurement
- Use of the WMS and integrating this into the overall design of processes.
- Although the requirements above describe most of the responsibilities, due to the breadth of issues that arise on projects, it is sometimes expected that a Logistics Engineer take on other responsibilities outside of this job description.
- University degree in Supply Chain, Engineering or related subject. Candidates with lesser or no qualifications should have significantly more experience in a logistics or manufacturing engineering environment
- Strong PC Skills (Excel, Access, PowerPoint, & AutoCAD)
- Plan for Every Part (PFEP)
- Knowledge in a warehouse management system e.g. SAP
- Implementation of kitting solutions with manufacturing environments
- Experience as logistics engineer or manufacturing engineer
- Point of Use Design in an industrial Assembly environment
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Application Deadline: N/A