We are looking for an International Logistics Manager (m/f) to strengthen our Supply Chain Management Department at the international Red Bull headquarters in Salzburg, Austria. In this role you will directly manage different logistics subcontractors and fulfillment partners and lead a team of four employees. You will ensure that the current logistic setup is in line with the needs of internal and external customers by proactively initiating and managing changes as well as improvement activities. Please submit your application documents in English.
In 1987, Red Bull not only launched a completely new product, it created and has led ever since a whole new product category, Energy Drinks. Nowadays Red Bull employs more than 11500 people in over 171 countries, selling over 6 billion cans a year. The World of Red Bull provides the forum for you to use your talent and passion, to develop yourself and make an impact. Find out why we're different.
Initiate and directly manage logistic tenders
Management of specific 3PLs mainly in terms of service provided and related costs
Lead a team of four employees
Structure, standardize and streamline all operational processes, automating related workflows within SAP or other IT tools. Constantly monitor service level provided to internal and external customers.
Initiate and manage continuous improvement activities to support ongoing supply chain activities by ensuring cost efficiency.
Can Doattitude, analytical, process orientated with strong negotiation and communication skills
In your cover letter, please include an explanation of why your experience is specifically relevant to this role at Red Bull. We want to see your personal style - what makes you tick and why you think your next opportunity is here with us.
Red Bull GmbH, Human Resources, attn. Martin Schneller, Am Brunnen 1, A-5330 Fuschl am See. Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary according to the collective agreement for this position, which is EUR 2.688 gross per month. However, our attractive compensation package is based on market-oriented salaries and is therefore significantly above the stated minimum salary.