Joint Project UKWA/Westminster University

October 25, 2013

UKWA is embarking on a two year project in partnership with Westminster University.  Its main aims are two-fold. First, to identify new, and develop existing membership services and secondly, to address and find a solution to the reluctance of SME’ to analyse their own performance and thus improve their own performance.    

The project is for two years, and the successful candidate will be located at Walter House in London with full academic support from the University of Westminster.  The Job description and application form is available at the following link:

I would be most grateful if you would promulgate this vacancy as widely as possible.

We are looking for a graduate with some work experience ideally, and I am sure there are many, many qualified candidates among the sons and daughters of members of our industry, some whom are interested in a logistics career .  This project provides an ideal first step for them.

Roger Williams

Chief Executive Officer

Walter House, 418-422 Strand,                

London WC2R 0PT

t. 44 (0) 207 836 5522

m. 44 (0) 7799 625065

f. 44 (0) 207 438 9379


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