Project Manager, Packaging and costing experience. Perfumes/Finished goods experience REF 195
Designation: Perfumery Packaging and finished good Project Manager Department: Projects Department
Responsibilities and Duties:
1. Review customer brief with the sales team to ensure the demand is clear and valid.
2. Lead the preparation of the customer commercial offer (for example price, lead-times, feasibility etc.) with internal resources
3. Support the Sales Team during customers meeting.
4. When the project is approved, lead the project execution from internal kick off to delivery. This means defining the project steps, the different actions required in their progress order, and involves rigorous follow up of various tasks assigned to different internal and external partners.
5. Conduct follow up Packaging and Finished goods meeting internal and external
6. Complete SAP information relative to new projects
7. Take responsibility to guarantee the respect of timelines
8. Monitor the projects cost and margin in front of target and report to Management
- Male / Female
- French speaking will be a ‘plus’
- Fluency in English.
- Project Management Qualification or Equivalent Engineering degree.
- Experience in Project Management.
- Excellent communication, critical thinking, problem solving, attention to details and organizational skills.
- Strong working knowledge of Excel and Powerpoint
- Skilled in managing and analyzing the calculations of costing for projects.
- Ability to create and follow project schedule and project timeline, report project progress and track deliverables
- Present to the Head of Projects division on progress of each project as well as problems and solutions.
- Implement and manage change when necessary to meet project outputs.
- Evaluate and assess result of the projects.
- Skilled individual contributor demonstrating collaboration with internal partners (Purchasing, Logistics, QC, Sales, Marketing) and external partners (Suppliers, Contract manufacturers)
- A technical background in the packaging area would be a plus.