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Vacancy: FOODLOGICA’S OPERATING MANAGER

Join the team! We are looking for an experienced operations manager to help take FOODLOGICA to the next level.

FOODLOGICA is undergoing a scaling up process in the city of Amsterdam and spreading to 4 more cities in the coming 5 years, where we expect to grow and consolidate our impact. The managing team is currently composed by the two founders, Francesca (CEO) and Jessica (CFO), both Italian women making the difference in the B2B last mile food delivery sector.

We are currently looking for an OPERATING MANAGER for 4 days a week. We are looking for a team member who aspires to join the managing team as a shareholder in the coming year, with experience with scaling up impact at a socially oriented business. First and foremost, this professional figure should have deep knowledge about the local context and very well connected in the local sustainable food network.

 

ABOUT US: FOODLOGICA is an enterprise built on the mission to clean the last mile of Amsterdam’s food system. Ethical, social and environmental values are the main driving forces behind the development of this company. As a modular, scalable, zero-emissions logistic service, we provide last-mile transport solutions for food related businesses. Transporting local goods and produce to local businesses in the city centre, FOODLOGICA’s electric vehicles are twice as fast as traditional vans, less expensive and more efficient both financially and environmentally. Currently active in the city of Amsterdam, FOODLOGICA is innovating in the field of last-mile food transportation— delivering for web shops, local food producers, wholesale companies, restaurants, caterers, local food chains and supermarkets.

Location: Amsterdam Noord

Duration of position: Permanent

Salary: TBC

Basic requirements: 5+ years experience in recruiting, training and managing a team, line management, and especially sales and marketing.

How to apply: Send a brief motivation and CV to francesca@foodlogica.com

Posted on 13 March 2018 and filed under Projects

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