Would you like to run the show and use your analytical and people skills to improve ASML's transportation infrastructure? Do you get challenged by managing and driving decision making processes together with your stakeholders? Then do apply for this position.
The Freight Infrastructure competence engineer is responsible for analyzing trends in the transportation infrastructure and formulating and/or implementing changes to improve the trends. Improvements may be related to process optimization, delivery performance management, quality, Transportation Management System (TMS), compliance and cost. This position is responsible to align the business needs with the transportation infrastructure and make sure this can be executed by the freight operations team.
Relevant MSc (Bachelor degree will only be considered if work experience is a right match).
Green Belt certification or equivalent.
Context of the position
Products/services/technology and market dynamics:
As Logistics service operations we guarantee the distribution of materials by organizing and operating a logistic network of warehouses, customs and freight.
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