Nicole Tarrant - Experienced Freight Forwarder with a background in Operations, Customer Service and Leadership roles.

Customer Service Supervisor at CEVA Logistics (NZ) Ltd

Nationality

New Zealander

Work category

Transport and Logistics

Nicole Tarrant's Professional Experience

2010 - 2012

CEVA Logistics (NZ) Ltd - Customer Service Supervisor

I am a New Zealander with Irish citizenship seeking employment within an International Freight Forwarding organisation in Ireland or Scotland.

I have an in-depth knowledge of the Freight industry, having worked in Imports, Exports and Customer Service. I have an exceptional track record for achieving results and exceeding internal and external customer expectations and combined with my strong leadership qualities, all has resulted in my passion for improving processes, procedures and promoting change, as well as mentoring my peers and encouraging excellence.

Previously employed by CEVA Logistics (NZ) Ltd in Auckland, I held the postion of ´Customer Service Supervisor´ where I lead a team of 3. While in this role I completed all required tasks at a high standard (being shipment reports, internal and external customer service, creating customer specific work instructions, sourcing rates and arranging customer specific quotes as well as staff management, training and PMR´s of the CS team). In addition to this, I took an active approach to improving processes and procedures where suitable as well as being a 5S team member (LEAN philosophy).

I am currently travelling Ireland and Scotland so am therefore able to make myself available for any interviews whenever/wherever required.

Nicole Tarrant's Education and Qualifications

College Level -

I graduated from Lynfield College in New Zealand with Bursary in 2003, during my time at college I competed in dance and snow boarding.
During my working career and I successfully completed LDP 1 ‘Corner Store’ Programme 2010 run by CEVA Logistics A & NZ Learning & Organisational Development Leadership Programme and Introduction to International Freight 2004 run by New Zealand Maritime School.