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Supply Chain Planning

Supply Chain Planning

Supply Chain Recruitment​

Our supply chain recruitment team is specifically dedicated to all things planning related in the end to end supply chain across three main areas:

  • Demand

  • Supply

  • S&OP

Supply Chain Planning has always been the cornerstone of Supply Chain, and we have found that it continues to be the case with the rise of 24/7 consumer demand, ecommerce, localisation or globalisation of supply chain and new technologies. Our team recruits from entry to board level across the UK, Europe and North America and we have specialists at each seniority and for each geography.

Roles we recruit in this area include:

  • VP Supply Chain

  • Supply Chain Director

  • Head of Supply Chain

  • Head of Planning

  • Demand Planning Manager

  • Supply Planning Manager

  • S&OP Manager

  • Production Planning Manager

  • Demand Planner

  • Supply Planner

  • Production Planner

​To find out more, drop us a line on supplychain@pod-talent.com

What our customers say

Rory Gummerson, Talent Partner at Autolus

"Having been set the challenge of creating a unique Supply Chain function from scratch – I was eager to see if you could deliver. What has impressed me was the focus and importance your consultants placed in to our roles. The briefing call was attended by a number of recruiters and throughout the recruiting process, I feel like every part of our company’s history / future strategy was perfectly delivered externally. It proves you listen. Our requirements are niche and our standards are high, yet I have consistently been sent shortlists which nail my expectations. My feedback has been taken on board and tweaked as our business needs have evolved. I feel I have found a true partner who will conduct a search with as much passion and detail as if conducting it myself. Moving forward, I have complete trust in POD’s ability to leverage your extensive networks to keep bringing the industry’s best talent into Autolus. I look forward to the next assignment."