We’re on the look-out for a Change Manager to join our Supply Chain team based at the Wellpark Brewery in Glasgow. We’ve created this new role to help us manage key supply chain projects, with a core focus on seamless integration of new business into our supply chain operation.
This is a permanent role, and comes with a competitive salary. In addition, you’ll join our pension scheme, receive private health care, generous product allowance and be eligible for our bonus scheme. Plus you get to work for an iconic Scottish brand. What’s not to like?
So what’s involved?
Tennents has a powerful supply chain operation in Scotland and beyond. We use it for our own products, but we also provide distribution services for other FMCG brands that operate north of the border – and we intend on establishing more partnerships like this. This is where you come in.
We’re looking for an experienced supply chain professional to help us deliver projects and business change activity – with a core focus on our optimising performance and integrating new business. You’ll work with colleagues and external customers to fully understand requirements and risks. It’s important that you can establish clear processes, tools and systems for tracking and managing project activity. And you’ll have a major focus on communications with stakeholders, keeping key people up to date with progress, issues and solutions.
As an experienced project manager, you’ll be used to working on business critical projects and have experience of managing change in a structured way. You’ll be an effective communicator, with the ability to articulate a strategic vision, inspire confidence and make things happen.
What you’ll need:
- Experience of delivering complex projects on budget and to tight deadlines
- Experience in a Supply Chain/ Logistics / Distribution environment
- An analytical and commercial focus to problem solving in a customer focused environment
- Outstanding organisational and planning skills, with a structured approach
- Excellent communication skills, with the ability to motivate and influence, and to articulate the shared vision
- The ability to understand complex issues quickly, and to be able to discuss and gather ideas and information
- A good sense of humour with the personal resilience and resourcefulness needed to make things happen
Who you’ll be:
Tenacious. You’re motivated to do a great job and deliver brilliant results. As a friendly, positive team-mate, your enthusiasm and flexibility helps motivate the people around you. You love being in a busy, dynamic environment.
Trusted. You’re conscientious about doing things well. When you say you’ll do something, your colleagues know it’ll get done. You take responsibility for your actions, and make the safety and welfare of the whole team your biggest priority.
Tempted. You look for opportunities to learn new things, and actively seek out ways to continually improve things at work. You’ll be able to give examples of times when you’ve seen opportunities to improve and shared ideas on how to solve problems.
True. You know that you’re a key part of a wider team, and build strong relationships with colleagues that are based on mutual respect. You keep the big picture in mind, and enjoy working as part of a team to achieve a common goal.
Does this sound like you?
Send us a CV that demonstrates that you’ve got the skills and experience we’re looking for. And we promise to come back to you as soon as we can.