Supply Chain Manager

Plans and organises the transfer of goods and materials from suppliers

  • Typical Day/Duties
  • How this role fits in with the rest of the industry
  • Basic entry requirements include (necessary)
  • Employers might also look for (desirable)
  • Typical starting salary may be in the region of
  • Typical Salary Once Experienced
  • Career Development
  • Plans delivery timetables
  • Monitors stock levels
  • Tracks the movement of goods through depots or warehouses
  • Oversees the ordering and packaging process
  • Oversees the arrival of shipments
  • Management of staff – administrative or warehouse
  • Monitors performance and ensures targets are met

Supply Chain Managers play a critical role in the industry by ensuring that goods and supplies reach offshore and onshore destinations.  May be required to participate in out-of-hours rota

  • HNC/HND or equivalent
  • Experience in a related job
  • Degree for entry to graduate programme
  • Language skills if working for a global organisation
  • Membership of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (MCIPS)

£22,000 - £40,000 for graduate programme

£55,000 upwards

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