Temporary Jobs in Supply Chain & Logistics near Ireland

Found 3 jobs
    • Donegal
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 6 days ago

    Urgently looking to recruit Production Operatives for a busy food plant in East Donegal. Duties: Adhering to Food Safety Standards Following Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and ensuring production areas are maintained to hygiene standards. Rate: 10.10 p/h The ideal candidate will have: Flexible in relation to working hours. Awareness of Healt...

    • Cork
    • €50000 - €60000
    • Posted 17 days ago

    My client are an Employer of Choice based in West Cork. You will be responsible for the planning and scheduling routine and non-routine maintenance activities. Responsibilities Responsible for the daily activities within the maintenance department while adhering to statutory, environmental, regulatory, corporate site and department practices and...

    • Dublin West
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 26 days ago

    My client is in the telecommunications industry and is looking for a Production Operative on 6 months basis. The work is Monday - Friday 9-5.30pm. They are based in Dublin 12. Working with IT equipment Experience working on a production/assembly line Must have good attention to detail and being used to working with tools Can take instructions an...

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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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