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    French Speaking Manufacturing Consultant

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    As part of the Consulting team, you will act as a Senior Adviser to the client and be part of an interface between the consulting firm and the client.

    You will run a diagnostic of the manufacturing business, with the support of the Business Transformation team, over the course of 4 to 5 weeks to carry out diligence and identify performance improvements. You will also be liaising with and supporting the COO during this time, to move onto the next stage of implementation planning.

    There are 5 sites across France, therefore travel between sites will be required.

    The ideal candidate will:

    • Have Fluent French language skills

    • Have experience in Contract Manufacturing

    • Hold General Management/Operations experience

    • Be experienced in interacting with or working for a business consulting organisation

    • Be commercially astute

    • Be an excellent communicator with key stakeholders at all levels

    Have experience in creating an actionable executive summary

    If you are interested in this assignment, register your interest below.

    Remuneration: £1200 per day
    Duration: 4 to 5 weeks
    Location: Western Europe
    Reference: 176163/001_1559139794
    Type: Contract
    Sector: Pharma & Life Sciences
    Discipline: Project and Programme Management
    Date Added: 29 May 2019
    Closing Date: 26 Jun 2019

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