- Supply Chain
- Technical Operations
As supply chain become more fragmented, dispersed, and complex, professionals who can create clarity from chaos are in high demand.
From sourcing ethical materials to helping outlaw modern slavery, procurement professionals make a real difference in the world.
Technical operations relies on a complex, collaborative global language to design, analyze and improve the production of goods and services.
The Physical Internet. Crowd-sharing. With disruption, change is creating ardent career opportunities in the logistics industry.
- Process Engineer
- Negotiable, Sacramento
Global Sustainable Food Packaging company seeking a Process Engineer!! Sacramento, California A G...
- Demand Planning Manager
- Negotiable, Memphis
This role is a critical part of the organization's Integrated Business Planning (IBP) team and is...
- Manager of Opex
- Negotiable, Illinois
A global leader in sterilization services is actively pursuing a change agent who is ready to ove...
- Procurement Category Manager - Indirect Services
- Negotiable, Czech Republic
Overview: My client, a global Life Science organisation, are currently looking for 2 Category Man...
- Total Productive Maintenance Manager
- Negotiable, Chicago
A fortune 500 pharmaceutical leader is currently seeking an energetic and motivated leader, looki...
- Production Scheduler
- Negotiable, Topeka
A national food production organization that produces over 1 billion pounds of product each year ...
- Electrical Supervisor
- US$100000 - US$120000 per year, Ardmore
Electrical Supervisor needed for Leading Building Materials Company Electrical Supervisor | Senio...
- Supply Chain Program Manager
- Negotiable, San Jose
Title: Supply Chain Program Manager Salary: $130,000-150,000 Company Summary: A global, innovativ...
- Customer Success and Supply Chain Manager
- Negotiable, Frankfurt am Main
DSJ Global are pleased to be partnering with a leading home appliance and consumer electronics co...
2020 Reflections: Looking Back to Move Forward
What has 2020 taught us? It’s tempting to enter 2021 with blind optimism, eager to put the challenges of 2020 behind us. However, we’d like to suggest that we begin 2021 with a brief period of reflection.
Global Supply Chains: Recovering from 2020
COVID-19 has not only disrupted but also challenged global supply chains in unprecedented ways. Multinational organisations have spent decades producing complex global supply chains and networks to maximise efficiency and to minimise cost, while being blind to the impact serious shocks like COVID-19 can have on the entire value chain.
Global Whitepaper: The Work-Life Rebalance
Factories are forced to closed, the global supply chain received the biggest interruptions ever because of the pandemic. How will our choices today affect the future of work? Which path should we take to ensure work-life balance?
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During the pandemic, we have not stopped for helping our clients to find mid-to-senior business-critical talent. We have already helped over 300 mid-to-senior E2E procurement and supply chain professionals globally to find a new opportunity. Submit your CV now.
The Five Soft Skills You Need For Remote Working in The Near Future
As expectations change, current and prospective employees will need to prove working-from-home is a valid long-term option. Download this 19-page guide to discover the five soft skills you will need to succeed and how to improve them.