Job description

Would you like to take your career as a Logistics Engineer to the next level and join one of the international companies in the Netherlands?

What to expect as a Logistics Engineer:
As a Logistics Engineer, you deliver project-based support with a special focus on digital solutions for end users using Low Code development technique. You translate business needs into compelling digital products, directly adding value to Operations. As you collaborate so closely with users, you are fully aware of their needs and pain points, putting you in an excellent position to inspire the organization with opportunities for new digital products. You envision what the business processes should look like after the implementation of your digital tools, once again adding value to the business.

As a project lead, together with digital specialist (where needed), you take care of specification, design, engineering, testing, delivering, deploying, adoption, maintaining and supporting the digital products. More in detail:
  • Understand and document the current business process
  • Identify problems and inefficiencies in the process that could be solved with a new product
  • Design digital solutions using Low Code development techniques and make it fit with the to-be process
  • Work with the users to iterate on the digital solutions
  • Push the business in making the changes to the business process and adopt the digital tool
  • Act as a point of contact for users to report problems and help resolve issues
  • Ensure the use of data in line with the Data Principles & Policy
  • Maintain and enhance the released digital tools, ensuring continuity and reliability
  • Your work is organized through agile principles, BizDevOps mindset, and continuous delivery practices.
  • You will work together with all European Distribution Centers and all other involved departments within PPE.
  • As a Logistics Engineer, you will report to the European Continuous Improvement Manager.

Job requirements

  • Academic qualification and up-to-date knowledge of supply chain concepts and technologies.
  • Advanced user of MS Office, SQL and Python.
  • Experience in Low Code development techniques
  • Lean Six Sigma knowledge and experience
  • Project management experience.
  • Proactive, analytical, independent, curious and constantly on the lookout for innovations!
  • Good communication skills in English and Afrikaans, spoken and written, are essential.

What can you expect from Xelvin:
  • 2 years Xelvin contract including competitive salary, holiday allowance, paid holidays and pension.
  • Relocation package from Xelvin: Finding the right new challenge, relocation budget, arranging of documentation to work in the Netherlands and guidance from housing consultant to find an accommodation.
  • Salary depending your working experience
  • A job with perspective. After the 2 years contract of Xelvin you will be on contracted by your employer.
  • A job in an innovative company with high-quality machines all around the world.
  • Career-oriented education, training or courses.


€4.000 - €5.500 gross income per month


Fleur Mooren

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Fleur Mooren
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+31 (0)6 22 02 87 22

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