The request is for IP related to process designs and descriptions, consultation on what entails best practice. The work will contribute to a new operating model and process design, underlining a significant capital investment.
The successful accredited professional will be accountable for:
- Providing documentation on end-to-end parcel processing, physical and management processes, including key success factors and KPI’s;
- Providing documentation on end-to-end mail processing, physical and management processes, including key success factors and KPI’s;
- Description of best practice for each process and process stage, with supporting real-world examples;
- Commenting on client practices and maturity levels.
Business Processes Parcel & Mail Expert.
The successful professional will provide IP in the form of process designs and descriptions, key success factors and KPI’s for Parcel and mail handling, including:
- First/last mile;
- Physical handling and management processes, for example:
– Track & Trace;
– Network Management;
– Revenue Management;
– Transport Management.
Ideally the accredited professional will have:
- Significant experience (10 plus years) as a senior process engineer or network manager in a parcel and/or mail processing environment;
- Excellent analytic skills and the ability to interact with and coach others;
- Good written and verbal communications skills;
- Experience working collaboratively with executive teams and technical specialists.
Start date: The engagement will commence immediately and last 6-12 months, working ½ time.
Location: The client location is Auckland, however it is expected appropriate resource will be offshore and able to work remotely.
Rate: A deliverable may be business process IP and a rate can be negotiated for this. For IP plus consulting services a final amount is to be negotiated with the client, however, depending on level of experience and seniority, the daily gross rate range for the Business Processes Parcel & Mail Expert would be US$1,000- $1600.
Applications close: Wednesday 3rd November, 5pm AEDT