If you are a highly experienced Supply Chain Consulting professional with experience of high impact Operational Performance Improvement & Turnaround projects, then there has never been a better time to join my prestigious client; a highly entrepreneurial, Top Tier Consulting practice who are considered as the key 'mover and shaker' within the Operational Performance Improvement arena. 
They have an enviable reputation, providing ground-breaking innovation & solutions and unrivalled hands-on project exposure. 
Off-the-back of a unique expansion phase, my client is looking to grow their Operational Performance Improvement team who specialise in high impact and complex operational projects across areas such as Crisis Management and Turnaround, Cost Reduction, Supply Chain and Procurement Optimisation, Lean Manufacturing and Shop Floor optimisation. 
They work with a variety of Top Tier clients and Private Equity firms, advising on high-impact projects across industry sectors such as Automotive, Aerospace & Defence (A&D), Consumer Goods and Retail, Industrial, Manufacturing and Technology Media &Telecoms (TMT) 

 They are looking to recruit highly experienced Supply Chain and Operations Consulting professionals, who can take a hands-on role in leading projects which typically involve C-level strategic change, crisis or turnaround scenarios.  They are therefore looking for highly seasoned, battle-tested experts who can deliver on the most challenging scenarios within tight timescales.  To qualify, you will have gained at least 10 years of experience. Within that time, you will have gained experience with a major Advisory/Consulting practice. You will also ideally have gained hands-on industry experience, either as an Interim Manager or in a senior operational/programme management role, where you will have worked on complex Turnaround/Operational Performance Improvement programmes. 



£100K - £200K 
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