Procurement and supply chain

Direct purchasing and supply chain

 
We recruit the full range of direct purchasing and supply chain roles ranging from buyers to purchasing directors and from material analysts to supply chain directors. Within the UK we have an established network of 9 regional offices with 70 experienced consultants, many with relevant industry experience.
 
These regional teams are linked to our international business to offer an unrivalled ability to identify, approach, engage and secure the very best direct purchasing and supply chain talent. We have the local presence and regional knowledge to support SME’s and the scale and scope to support large organisations with national and international recruitment needs.
 
We recruit these roles across a range of sectors including aerospace and defence, automotive and general manufacturing, FMCG / food, financial services, and infrastructure / business services. We recruit these specialist roles on a permanent and interim basis within the private and public sectors. We also have an extensive capability within the indirect procurement market.
 
Direct purchasing and supply chain - consumer market update
Michael Page gives insight into the current procurement and supply chain recruitment market in the consumer sector.
 
Michael Page Procurement & Supply Chain gives insight into the current manufacturing recruitment market in the private sector. 
 
Rob Turner talks to Paul Gurney, about his career, the importance of procurement to an organisation and people development.
 
Successful e-fulfilment businesses rely on Michael Page to recruit professionals that thrive in a multi-channel environment
 
Where can a supply chain career take you? Interview with Patrick Hartless
Michael Page Procurement & Supply Chain interviews Patrick Hartless, a senior supply chain professional about his career journey and the supply chain industry.
 
Attraction challenges in S&OP recruitment
Commercial skills in demand for S&OP jobs. Find out more from Michael Page Procurement & Supply Chain.
 
Servitisation in manufacturing
The shift towards servitisation in manufacturing requires a broader skill set for procurement and supply chain jobs.