Continuous Improvement Engineer (O180073)


Our client is an international logistics service provider.

Job description:

You will be part of the Engineering & Purchase department which is responsible for business support services, including the implementation of new clients, procurement, network design & continuous improvement, carrier management and customer experience.


Your tasks and responsibilities:

- Data cleaning, analysis and presentation;

- Support in analysis, preparation and design of response to RFI and RFQ’s;

- Support the preparation of presentations for customer visits and sales meetings;

- Support in filling in the costing model for answering RFQ’s and making different cost scenarios;

- Prepare a continuous improvement agenda for each customer;

- Support in designing and improving strategically and tactical plans based on forecasted customer volumes;

- Main user of TES system;

- Make improvement proposals for internal processes;

- Support customer service team in (preparing) meetings with plants and answering requests placed by customer plants;

- Set up procurement activities and documents used for tendering;

- Analyze the tender results and prepare presentation;

- In cooperation with BDM/KAM lead carrier meetings and prepare for these meetings;

- Main user of the procurement tool (TenderTool);

- Prepare and monitor progress (time & budget) of project plans;

- Support the implementation of new customers / partners.


- A background in the field of logistics engineering is a pre;

- You have excellent analytical skills;

- You have affinity with data and you are an expert in Excel;

- You are customer-oriented and you possess strong communication skills and persuasiveness;

- Logical thinking and the ability to work well in a team is a must;

- You speak English fluently and have the drive to continuous improve yourself;

- You are an enterprising, enthusiastic go-getter with a hands-on mentality;

- Your ambitious and willing to travel.


Regio Noord Limburg

Do you recognize yourself in this job profile, please use the link below to apply. Would you like more information about this job please contact Malouke Reiniers, at: 077-3201320.