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    Business Improvement and Efficiency Executive

    Aramex - Amman, Jordan

    Ref. JB3110641



    Job Description

    Job Description:

    • Prepare and Report weekly, monthly and quarterly audits, while attending to all related inquires and requests on the sent reports to ensure effective communication of audits.
    • Conduct training on quality.
    • Analyze the various processes outputs and audits’ results, while observing trends, patterns and any outliers, to indicate potential areas for process improvement.
    • Document policies, procedures and other publications
    • Participate in process improvement initiatives, to help improve processes and increase efficiency

    Skills

    - English proficiency
    - Communication skills
    - Team player
    - MS Office Applications (Word, Excel, Access).
    - Bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering

    This job is posted in the following Specialties:

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    Education

    Industrial Engineering

    Job Details

    Ref.:
    JB3110641
    Job Location:
    Amman, Jordan
    Company Industry:
    Shipping
    Company Type:
    Employer (Private Sector)
    Job Role:
    Other
    Employment Status:
    Unspecified
    Employment Type:
    Unspecified
    Monthly Salary Range:
    Unspecified
    Number of Vacancies:
    1

    Preferred Candidate

    Career Level:
    Entry Level
    Years of Experience:
    Min: 0 Max: 1
    Residence Location:
    Jordan
    Gender:
    Unspecified
    Nationality:
    Jordan
    Degree:
    Bachelor's degree / higher diploma

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    About This Company

    Aramex is a leading global provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions. Established in 1982 as an express operator, the company rapidly evolved into a global brand recognized for its customized services and innovative multi-product offering. In January 1997, Aramex became the first Arab-based international company to trade its shares on the NASDAQ stock exchange. After five years of successful trading, Aramex returned to private ownership in February 2002 and continued to expand and excel as a privately owned company, establishing global alliances and gaining stronger brand recognition. In June 2005 Aramex went public on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) as Arab International Logistics (Aramex) with its shares traded under ARMX. Today, Aramex employs more than 13,900 people in 354 locations across 60 countries, and has a strong alliance network providing worldwide presence. As the first company in the region to report on its sustainable practices, Aramex continues to be accountable for its commitments to all stakeholders. Aramex is keen on continuously practicing its citizenship by being an active partner in development and serving its communities and the environment.