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Expeditor - Great Yarmouth - Contract

Job Type: Full Time
Contract Type: Contract
Salary: Competitive

At ODE you will be joining a fast-moving and technically diverse environment. ODE is unique and often takes projects from feasibility to completion and beyond. We undertake an unusually wide range of work, offering variety, challenge and opportunities for original, innovative engineering that is tailored to the needs of each project.

We currently have an opportunity for a Expeditor based in our Great Yarmouth Office on a staff basis.

The Role:

We are currently recruiting for a Great Yarmouth based Expeditor with experience of fast-track progressing of project critical orders.

Scope of Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will be responsible for monitoring and expediting the delivery of materials, equipment and vendor data as defined on the purchase order to assure operations are uninterrupted and delivery dates are maintained.

Qualifications:

  • Previous Expediting/Procurement experience within the oil and gas industry

Your application

Please send your CV and Cover Letter to Recruitment@ode-ltd.co.uk . Closing date for applications is 9th May 2018. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in this vacancy. Your application will be carefully considered during the initial screening process. Unfortunately due to the high volumes of applicants we are unable to personally respond with everyone that applies but we will contact you if you are selected to progress in the recruitment process.

ODE is an equal opportunities employer.

To comply with immigration legislation, ODE is legally required to verify your right to work in the UK.

Candidates requiring sponsorship to work in the UK will be considered alongside other applicants. Appointments will be based upon ODE being able to provide evidence that there are no other suitable candidates for this vacancy within the EU/EEA or the role is listed on The Shortage Occupation List.

 APPROACHES FROM AGENCIES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED OR ACKNOWLEDGED

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