DNA Driven work ethic - Seeks Full time Position

Industry Type: Materials handling
Current Occupation: Technical training, Sales and product support
Personal Preferences

To use the knowledge acquired over the years in the industry to provide the industry with cutting edge solutions and customers with excellent service.

Materials handling

Full time

Europe/USA/Canada/worldwide/ willing to relocate

United States

Technical training, Sales and product support

Professional Profile

With years of experience in the materials handling industry at the moment a Manager with a premium player.

A successful manager with very varied skill sets, my effectiveness is a direct result of my high level of awareness of my surroundings and the personal needs of others, combined with an intuitive sense of the best course of action to follow.
Responsive; quick to notice problems and then to construct useful solutions.
Perceptive and sensitive, listening carefully to others and sharing my own ideas.
A valuable resource for information of all kinds, based on my love of accumulating data.
With an outgoing approach, I am an accomplished social communicator.
Rapid and adaptable at decision making; able to reach a judgement quickly.
A competent team or group member, I am also able to work independently, with structure.
Quick to grasp new ideas and enthusiastic to continue personal development and work-related training.

Batchelor of Science degree: Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, 2:2
Oct 2000: Training and Development, Masters degree, Leeds Metropolitan University


Languages Arabic, French, German
At differing levels of competency

What have you got to lose give me a call.

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