Contract Jobs in Supply Chain & Logistics near Ireland

Found 3 jobs
    • Dublin West
    • Negotiable
    • Posted about 19 hours ago

    An international company involved in consumer good packaging and based in Central Dublin are recruiting for a supply chain coordinator on a contract position with view to a permanent job. The company have been busy throughout 2020 despite difficult economic conditions for some sectors. They have a diverse workforce and are in a position to facil...

    • Galway
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 2 days ago

    Inventory Controller About the job: This Inventory Controller Job is a new role in the team due to expansion. It will play a fundamental part in ensuring correct positioning and alignment of inventory and ensuring compliance and control within the business unit. The Responsibilities and Duties of the job: Compliance to ISO13485:2016. Managing in...

    • Dublin City Centre
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 18 days ago

    My Client based in the City Centre is looking for an experienced Warehouse Manager to join there team on a 6month contract. Warehouse Manager This person is responsible for the warehouse operations, ensuring a safe work environment and staff training and housekeeping are maintained to the highest standards. Responsible for implementing agreed pr...

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Sigmar’s Supply Chain division recruit for the following jobs: Supply Chain Director, Supply Chain Manager, Procurement Manager, Planning Manager, Materials Manager, Master Scheduler, Vendor Manager, Inventory Controller, Supply Chain Analysts, Warehouse Managers, Transport Managers, Logistics Managers,  Planner (capacity, equipment, materials, service),  Buyer (capital equipment, materials, services)

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