Interim Director of Operations

£45000 - £65000 per annum + bonus
Scotland
Permanent
Ref: TD3336

The Organisation

Our client, an innovative print organisation operating in the B2B space are entering an exciting period of growth and as such are searching for some interim assistance. As Director of Operations, you'll be responsible for maintaining and developing operational elements of the business as they scale their business Internationally. The length of contract would be 6-12 months

The Role

You will be responsible for leading the Supply Chain and Operations of the business during a period of growth and transition for the business. With a major rollout at a Global level over the next 12 months and needs the right level of gravitas to navigate them through this exciting time.

The Person

The business is looking for a strong leader within the print industry who has experience of leading a supply chain through its transition into a global rollout. The person will have excellent communication skills and wide-ranging experience of leading and developing a growing yet diverse team.

The successful individual will be required to get involved at an operational level as well as strategically and is willing to get their hands stuck in and drive the overall operation of this incredibly fast paced business.

Tom Disapong

Senior Consultant - Supply Chain

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Interim Director of Operations

£45000 - £65000 per annum + bonus

Scotland

Our client, an innovative print organisation operating in the B2B space are entering an exciting period of growth and as such are searching for some interim assistance. As Director of Operations, you'...

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