Logistics Director jobs
Whether an organisation is responsible for getting raw materials to a factory, finished goods to shop shelves, cargo to the other side of the world or dispatching a maintenance crew to do essential repairs, the Logistics Director plays a vital role in the success of a business.
Responsibilities include directing and co-ordinating the various functions of the company to ensure that products and services are delivered on time, within budget and to the right quality standards. This is essential not just for the financial welfare of the enterprise, but also to ensure customer satisfaction.
In most Logistics Director roles, tasks will include preparing and submitting reports such as annual budgets and performance reviews as well as managing inventory, forecasts and delivery of KPI’s.
You will also devise and implement strategies and work to ensure that all relevant legislative requirements and company policies are adhered to in all areas of responsibility.
The skills required
Typically, a Logistics Director applicant should hold a recognised logistics qualification and be educated to a degree level with significant previous managerial experience.
Excellent communication and negotiation skills are a must and successful candidates should be comfortable making presentations and reporting to clients and senior stakeholders.
You will need to work well as part of a team and leadership skills are a must. Delegating tasks, motivating staff and providing training will all be major parts of the position, no matter which company you work for, so you should be able to do these things with ease.
Logistics Director Jobs in Angus
Angus is a sprawling county on the east coast of Scotland, which has traditionally focused mainly on fishing and agriculture for its economy. It borders Aberdeenshire, Dundee City and Perth and Kinross. By far the largest settlement is the town of Arbroath, with a population of about 25,000, about twice the size of the next town. The county town Forfar has a population closer to 10,000, as do Montrose, Monifieth, Carnoustie and Brechin. The A90 and A92 join the county to the rest of eastern Scotland, running from Dundee to Stonehaven and Aberdeen beyond.
Angus is located between two large centres of population, Aberdeen and Dundee, and while these might provide the most fertile ground if you’re looking for Logistics Director positions, there could be some opportunities in the larger towns of the county.
Search for Logistics Director opportunities with Cast UK
Here at Cast UK, our team of recruitment specialists have significant experience in the fields of logistics, procurement and supply chain management. In fact, every one of our consultants have worked in related roles, giving them a unique understanding of what the various roles entail and what makes the best candidate for each vacancy.
Our clients come from locations around the country and with our extensive network, built up over many years working within the industry, we can help you take your career to the next level.
To find out more about how Cast UK can help you recruit a Logistics Director for your business or find you a job as a Logistics Director then contact one of our consultant team on 0333 121 3345.Contact us