Group Supply Chain Manager - County of Moray

Group Supply Chain Manager jobs

As companies grow, change, merge and separate, their needs and management structures change. When they become groups, the management requirements are diverse, as there will be the considerations of several individual businesses to deal with; the efficiency and profitability of each must be maximised from above, with a “big picture” approach.

The group supply chain manager will head up a team of managers, analysts, forecasters and planners who in turn will help to create strategies that will be delivered to the individual parts of the group to put into operation. While there might be the need for some micromanagement, this role will tend to be strategically focused, and will principally be a financial role. However it will also have human resources, legal and compliance duties to adhere to.

In some cases, however, especially when a group’s supply chains are heavily integrated with each other, the group supply chain manager will be in charge of an operation similar to that of a normal supply chain management operation. In these situations they could be more heavily involved with the suppliers and customers, and will treat the individual divisions as a whole, performing planning, warehousing, forecasting and logistics support. The nature of the job will largely depend on the size and nature of the business.

The skills required

Great communication and management skills will be vital elements in the group supply chain manager’s personality and training. They will be dealing with other managers and directors daily, receiving and transmitting targets, budget information and strategic plans, and will be expected to get them across clearly and unambiguously.

When the group supply chain manager has a more hands-on role within the supply chain, he or she must possess an analytical and methodical approach to work. Much of the calculations side of logistics planning will not be in the manager’s daily schedule, but a good knowledge of the IT solutions used will be useful, along with general IT skills such as the solutions found in the office environment. A good grasp of business acumen will be a key skill. The supply chain manager might have a good deal of autonomy and little contact with the board, so being able to treat the chain under his or her control as if it were a self-contained business will help with operations and budgeting.

Cast UK’s supply chain opportunities

Cast UK have jobs all over the country, so are well placed to find you work in wherever you are located or plan to locate. If you’re moving house, please see if there are any positions available in the area you’re moving to; and if you’re simply looking for more fulfilment in your working life, there could be an employer looking for the skills you have.

We were founded by logistics, procurement and supply chain specialists, and our consultants are all from these backgrounds too, so we have in-depth knowledge of what employers and candidates are looking for. Employers come to us to find candidates because they’re confident that we’ll help them find the most appropriate managers and executives.

Once we have your details, we’ll be able to start matching you with positions as soon as they arise, so do get in touch if you’re looking for a job in warehousing or logistics.

To find out more about how Cast UK can help you recruit a Group Supply Chain Manager for your business or find you a job as a Group Supply Chain Manager then contact one of our consultant team on 0161 825 0825.

Group Supply Chain Manager Jobs in the County of Moray

The County of Moray is bordered by Nairnshire to the west, Inverness-shire to the south and Banff to the east, and to the north is the Moray Firth part of the North Sea. The town of Elgin is in the County of Moray, and has always been its traditional county town. In fact practically all roads lead to Elgin in Moray. The A96 passes through the county as it joins Aberdeen and Inverness, as the A941 and A95 head south, through the Caingorms, eventually joining the A9.

The main settlement of Moray, Elgin, is a reasonably large town by northern Scottish standards, with around 25,000 inhabitants, and is the main centre of employment in the County of Moray. Anyone looking for Group Supply Chain Manager positions in this county should look to Elgin first, but also Inverness. Aberdeen is about 90 minutes’ drive from the heart of Moray, too, so could be a commuter’s option.

Cast UK - helping you with your job search

Cast UK never stop working with procurement, logistics and supply chain clients and applicants from across the country, and are dedicated to filling each position with the best talent possible. Our UK regional specialists can provide detailed information about the potential employers, the available job types and the average expected salary.

With a wealth of experience in the fields covered, Cast UK’s team of recruitment consultants understands what it takes to be a successful candidate for every vacancy. If you’re on the lookout for more information on the Group Supply Chain Manager positions available in the County of Moray or anywhere else in the UK, please get in touch so we can talk about what’s on offer.

To find out more about how Cast UK can help you find and recruit candidates within County of Moray or source a new job in County of Moray then contact one of our consultant team on 0161 825 0825.

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