Project Engineer
Location: Lille, Nord, France

Picnic has a fully integrated just-in-time supply chain process. Orders are picked by our shoppers in one of our Fulfilment Centers (FCs) and are then shipped to one of our Hubs. From the Hubs, the groceries are delivered to our customers with our iconic electric Picnic vehicles.

As our operations continue to grow, we need to ensure that the processes within our FCs and Hubs run smoothly. Additionally, we have to develop new locations and equipment to take our service to the next level. We are looking for a Project Engineer who loves to take ownership of our challenging and innovative building & equipment projects.

Where you fit in

As our Project Engineer, you’re part of the team that’s responsible for Picnic’s physical world. The Building & Equipment team organizes the building of new FCs and Hubs and makes sure all the right equipment is there. You will work with our Facility Managers, Project Engineers, the Building & Equipment team lead and many other internal and external stakeholders. You will travel frequently between different Picnic locations in France.

With your experience and forward-thinking ideas, you will play a lead role in (re)building and launching highly optimized FCs, as well as coordinating (sub)contractors for Picnic’s innovative automated FC. Next to this, you will be working on optimization and maintenance projects for the manual FCs and Hubs. The result of your work will help us to improve our operations and ensure that all of our customers continuously experience our top of the bill Picnic service. Your efforts will help all of our (3000+) employees to work safely and comfortably. You can really make an impact!

You can read the story of Alejandra, one of our current Project Engineers, here.

What you do

  • Take ownership over the launch and optimization of FCs and hubs
  • Take the lead in the selection and purchasing process of new equipment
  • Evolve how we build: improve layouts and develop processes
  • Contact and communicate with all partners (real estate managers, building contractors, etc.) concerned with the maintenance and construction of the FCs and Hubs

What you need

  • Finished Bachelor or Master’s degree, preferably in a technical or engineering discipline
  • 2+ years of experience in building or engineering management
  • Fluency in English and French
  • Drivers license
  • Independent, communicative, and confident personality
  • You are very driven and always want to improve processes
  • You are operational and have a hands-on mentality 
  • Willingness to travel to different locations across France
  • Work permit that allows you to work in France

Picnic Perks

Picnic is one of the fastest-growing companies in Europe with a simple mission: to make grocery shopping quick, easy, and affordable for everyone. Our unique tech-driven approach enables us to work towards a greener and more sustainable future, with our fleet of >1000 electric vehicles delivering fresh products from our warehouse to customers daily. Operations started in France in April 2021, so there’s many exciting challenges ahead of us!

Picnic has a lot of cool stuff to offer. We have an awesome young start-up culture where everything you do matters! It’s also an environment where you can develop yourself super-fast and get the freedom to create your own future. You will enter a training program in professional basics, such as 'presenting with confidence' and 'impactful feedback'. We work hard, but we also have a lot of fun together, for example at the weekly drinks and many social activities.

Can't wait for more information on our building & equipment department and want to have some exclusive insights from our founder Michiel Muller itself? Then join our webinar on Wednesday, the 27th of October! All you have to do is to sign up here

Keywords: building and equipment coordinator, building coordinator, asset manager, engineering, Project Engineer, project management, real estate, equipment, procurement

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