Función del empleo: Manufacturing

Tipo de puesto: Indefinido

Tipo de empleo: Jornada Completa

Localización: Melbourne (Victoria)

País: Australia

As a Physical Distribution Project Manager, you will be responsible for spearheading key transformational logistics initiatives, driving operational excellence, and fostering a culture of innovation within our distribution environment for Australia & New Zealand based out of our Distribution Centre in Dandenong, Melbourne. This role requires a strategic thinker with a strong operational background, excellent leadership skills, and a passion for maintaining high standards of performance management, project delivery and safety. 



Lead and Collaborate:

  • Spearhead and manage local and regional Supply Chain projects, collaborating effectively with cross-functional teams across various departments.
  • Effectively run & deliver multiple projects within the Supply Chain domain, ensuring timely completion and alignment with strategic goals.
  • Ready the organisation to be Future FIT by executing strategic operations roadmap.

Project Leadership & Communication:

  • Champion project initiatives, outlining clear goals, objectives, and anticipated outcomes to key stakeholders.
  • Effectively communicate project progress, successes, and challenges to relevant parties & liaise with local & global partners.

Develop & Deploy:

  • Contribute to the design, development, and deployment of change management and technologies that optimize supply chain operations.
  • Develop robust processes and user-friendly SOPs aligned with the strategic objectives of the overall business strategy.
  • Partner with internal & external stakeholders to adapt and implement innovative development processes to drive go to market & bring cost effectiveness.

Drive Innovation & Performance:

  • Champion a culture of continuous improvement by introducing new ways of working and developing Smart Automation to elevate team performance and efficiency.
  • Train and guide team members on the effective utilization of new methods and processes on service, cost, safety & sustainability.

Analyse & Improve:

  • Consolidate, analyse, and report on key performance indicators (KPIs) related to activity, quality, and overall performance within the department.
  • Identify opportunities for improvement, develop data-driven solutions, and implement changes to enhance efficiency and productivity.

Governance & Compliance:

  • Collaborate closely with the transversal teams to ensure all governance policies and compliance standards are met.


  • Proven experience (minimum 10 years) in a similar Continuous Improvement role within a distribution centre or warehousing environment.
  • Strong understanding of supply chain management principles, best practices, and methodologies.
  • Experience in project management, including leading cross-functional teams and managing complex initiatives.
  • Excellent analytical, problem-solving, and data-driven decision-making skills.
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills, with the ability to influence and engage stakeholders at all levels.
  • Proficiency in using warehouse management systems (WMS) and other relevant software. 
  • Demonstrated commitment to workplace safety and the implementation of safety protocols. 



  • Product allowance/discount across entire L’Oréal portfolio 
  • Work-life balance 
  • Volunteering leave | Life Insurance and Income Protection  




L'Oréal Australia's Operations includes our Warehouse, Transportation, Customer Care, Master Data and Supply Chain Planning teams. These teams work in partnership with our Divisions to ensure we continuously improve our supply chain and achieve greater agility and efficiency to meet the needs of our clients. Operations have an important responsibility to focus on uncompromising standards of quality control, employee safety and our environmental commitments. 



L'Oréal Australia & New Zealand is part of the L'Oréal Groupe, with 31 brands present in Australia. For over a century we have been dedicated to one sole vocation: creating beauty. Our goal is to offer each and every person around the world the best of beauty in terms of quality, efficacy, safety, sincerity and responsibility to satisfy all beauty needs and desires in their infinite diversity. And because we are the global leader in beauty, we are aware that everything we do can have a meaningful impact, and everyone at the L'Oréal Groupe has a common purpose – to create the beauty that moves the world. 

L'Oréal Australia & New Zealand is a supporter of reducing barriers that exist due to traditional working practices and therefore flexible work arrangements will be considered for this role. We are committed to achieving a diverse workforce and encourage applications from people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. We are an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (WGEA) and a Family Friendly Workplace (Parents At Work & UNICEF). We hold a Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan and we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.