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Meet Amy Project Implementation Manager.

I started working at Primark in April 2016. Prior to that, I worked for DHL on the Primark contract so in total nearly 4 years.

Having an impact on a global scale

As a Project Implementation Manager, I manage change across the end to end supply chain. My role involves changing processes to provide a cost, operational or service benefit; this involves training lots of different teams. Last year, I visited all of our warehouses – in the Czech Republic, Germany, Spain, Ireland, the Netherlands and the US. Each one has a slightly different way of working and it’s exciting to be able to understand their nuances whilst also trying to ensure we are standardised. In April last year, I had the opportunity to travel to Bangladesh, India, and Myanmar to train suppliers, which was challenging, but very rewarding. It's really exciting to see the changes I make come to life.

Concept to implementation

Freedom, flexibility and responsibility are the factors that set Primark apart. As long as I have data to back up a concept, I have the freedom to run with it. I can go from presenting an idea with a business case and a few weeks later it’s in motion. I was even given the opportunity to assist with the implementation of our first ever in‐house transport solution in the Netherlands, creating real change for that area. I am currently managing two graduates on our recently introduced Supply Chain graduate scheme. I started as a graduate here myself and it’s so rewarding to take my learnings and pass them on to others.

amy at work

Supporting Women in Logistics

Outside of work I’m part of the group Women in Logistics, which is championed by CILT and Primark have been very supportive.

Other reasons to join

Your experience at Primark is about so much more than your job. It’s also about our people and our culture. Our beliefs as a business and our aims for the future. It’s about all the exciting, empowering, amazing things that make us who we are – and you who you are.

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