Supply Chain, Procurement & Logistics: Sector Spotlight

supply chain, procurement & logistics professionals looking at the 2020 salary survey

Plan for pay rises, appraisals and new hires for the year ahead with the UK's leading supply chain, procurement and logistics salary and recruitment guide. 

Developed in partnership with a market leading data provider, we assessed over 100,000 jobs posted over the last 12-months, to provide you accurate data points on UK salary ranges, averages and expectations for permanent, contract and interim positions across the UK.

Whether you're looking to attract and retain talent, or if you're looking for your next career move, we offer salary and market insights for permanent, contract and interim positions in Birmingham & the MidlandsManchester & the North and Milton Keynes & the South East, across the following discipline areas:

Procurement/Purchasing

  • Director/Manager
  • Category Manager
  • Buyer

Supply Chain

  • Director/Manager
  • Demand Planning
  • Planner

Logistics

  • Manager/Director
  • Operations
  • Transport
  • Warehouse
  • Distrubution

 

Supply Chain, Procurement & Logistics key trends

33% of manufacturing & engineering professionals do not think their pay is an accurate reflection of the work they do

 

67% of professionals are confident about job opportunities in the sector in 2021, with 33% of professionals actively looking for new jobs.  

33% of manufacturing & engineering professionals do not think their pay is an accurate reflection of the work they do

 

The Transportation/Trucking/Railroad industry will be the top hiring industry in 2021, followed closely by Food & Beverages and Pharmaceuticals

33% of manufacturing & engineering professionals do not think their pay is an accurate reflection of the work they do

 

Chief Procurement Officer, Supply Chain Manager and Sourcing Manager are the top three sought after professionals in 2021.

Enhance your talent acquisition strategy

The latest market findings can help support and structure your recruitment offering and approach in 2021 to ensure you attract the best talent in the market. Candidates will be looking for benefit packages that reflect the new world of work and for a new potential employer to have a more inclusive focus on general wellbeing and a structure encompassing educational, mental and physical support as opposed to pure financial reward. Request a copy of the 2021 Salary Survey for more information on employee value expectations for the year ahead. 

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