Picnic runs a just-in-time supply chain. We need an analytical, adventurous and people-orientated team to run our operations, develop in-house systems and keep Picnic’s Fulfilment Centre a well-oiled machine.
Are you someone with experience in supply management looking for a real challenge? Then read on!
Where you fit in
Many processes happen simultaneously across our operation. It's a growing and changing environment and each day presents a logistical puzzle. As our Operations Manager, you manage the floor and keep on top of daily challenges.
A few days a week you're in charge of an entire Fulfilment Centre. You lead the Shoppers and their team leads to ensure all groceries leave the FC complete and on time. Under your supervision, people stay happy and there is a slick, smooth and intelligent flow of goods.
Picnic is growing rapidly. We’re now serving over 275,000 customers. You implement diverse projects to optimise and scale our operations. With insights gained from the floor and an eye for how processes work, you analyse the workflow of the FC and find efficiency gainers. Soon you’ll have multiple projects under your belt and a passion for making improvements.
We develop in-house software to keep an edge on our operational game. There’s a team of Data Analysts and Software Developers that create our systems. You’ll help them deep dive into issues and together you improve Picinc’s Warehouse Management System.
Are you excited? Because this is the chance to develop future-proof supply chains and establish the next generation of operational logistics. Our young team takes on big challenges. Come join us!
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Picnic is the world’s fastest growing online supermarket with a unique business model and a highly engaged customer base. Our mission is to make grocery shopping simple, fun, and affordable for everyone. Beyond that, we love working towards a greener future by using cutting-edge warehouse technologies and running a 100% electrical fleet of delivery vans.
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