Picnic has revolutionized grocery shopping in Europe and is expanding quickly. Automation of our supply chain processes is one of the foundations to facilitate this growth. We are currently developing multiple highly automated warehouses, sizing over 40,000 square meters with the capacity to deliver groceries to over 150,000 families per week!
We are looking for someone to take a leading role in this project and start as our Project Planner. Are you ready to take this challenge?
The Project Planner will work together with the project team to ensure the delivery of complex and automated warehouse systems for Picnic. You will play a central role in the development of our plans for our construction projects to ensure that the project is completed safely, on time and within budget. You are the focal point for this project, fully understanding the dependencies of the project (the necessity for every small piece of our construction to be in the right spot at the right time), in touch with our many external and internal stakeholders and capable of explaining the complexity of the project to others.
You will be working on and off site at different automated warehouse sites in the Netherlands (Utrecht, Ridderkerk, Zwolle) and Germany and from time to time you can work from home. You can make a real impact and ensure Picnic will meet the project planning and that all of our customers continuously experience our top of the bill Picnic service.
You will be part of our tightly-knit team that works with passion every day. We love to innovate and are very data-driven - just like every other team at Picnic. You’ll kick off your Picnic journey with an inspiring onboarding program. We will also make sure that your soft skills get attention, with tailored courses. Our salaries are market-competitive and our pension program will put your mind at ease.
Interested, but not completely ready to apply? Send recruiter Nikki Suijkerbuijk an e-mail with your CV and any questions you still have!
Watch the video and picture below to get a glimpse of what the constructions of our automated warehouse in Utrecht looked like.