VANRATH are thrilled to be assisting an industry leading Logistics & Transport organisation in Dungannon with the recruitment of a Transport Planner to join their expanding team.
This is a position that requires combining excellent organisational skills, people skills and multitasking skills.
This is a Monday - Friday position - 40 hours per week (Hours may be negotiated at the interview stage).
£27,000 - £31,000 per year + fantastic benefits in a modern workplace
- Plan and direct bulk deliveries throughout Northern Ireland.
- Liaise with farmers, drivers and suppliers in a professional manner.
- Maximise asset utilisation whilst adhering to appropriate legal/regulatory requirements.
- Comply with strict delivery time schedules.
- Ensure drivers' work is scheduled accordingly.
- KPI Management.
The Ideal Person:
- At least 3 years' experience working in a Transport office environment.
- Highly computer literate.
- Excellent communication, inter-personal and customer service skills.
- Proven knowledge of transport and agricultural industries.
- Excellent geographical awareness of Northern Ireland.
For further information on this opportunity, or any other jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Conor Birch in the strictest confidence.
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