Stock Coordinator

Employment type: Full time, valid until further notice

Apply before: June 5, 2022 8:59 pm

TOYOTA GAZOO Racing Europe is a unique high-performance testing and development facility based in Cologne, Germany, with a branch in Finland.

Toyota Gazoo Racing Europe is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Toyota Motor Corporation and also the home of TOYOTA works motorsport in Europe. TOYOTA’s successful World Endurance Championship (WEC) and World Rally Championship (WRC) campaigns are operated by TGR-E.

The World Rally Team is operated by a dedicated team of 150 colleagues in Finland.

We are now looking for a stock coordinator to strengthen our Warehouse team in Jyväskylä Finland

As a stock coordinator you are responsible for different warehouse activities and projects. Half of your role consists of improving our warehouse processes. The work tasks include; planning, creating and building new and improved ways of working that support the projects you’ll be part of developing. Other half of the time you will work within the team in daily stores tasks such as receiving, picking and packing items.

To succeed in this position,you must have at least 3 years of work experience in logistics/storing. You feel confident working in changing environment and you are not afraid of possible challenges. Responsibility does not scare you and you have an effective hands-on and improvement driven work attitude. You are able to work independently and as part of the team. We expect you to work fluently in both Finnish and English.

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Toyota Gazoo Racing

Toyota’s history in motorsports dates back more than 60 years.
Having raced in all manner of motorsports throughout the world, Toyota’s major successes gained under the most extreme conditions serve as the flesh and blood for building tomorrow’s cars.
In order to embody the concept of “Roads Build People and Cars,” Toyota refines every aspect of its cars on the world’s roads and unsparingly applies the knowledge and technology gained in this way as feedback.
All is for “building ever-better cars.”
Holding this philosophy which has remained unchanged for more than 60 years, Toyota continues to push the limits.