The market for Supply Chain professionals continues to improve

November may have started relatively cool across most of Canada, but the market for Supply Chain professionals continues to improve and get much hotter.

Today’s bulletin continues the recent influx of supply jobs coming from right across Canada – two recently out of B.C., with a new one out of beautiful north central Alberta. The ‘middle management’ segment of the job market is making a strong comeback, as companies are now more comfortable in moving staff up into senior or executive roles, once ‘trimmed’ dramatically in the last recession – and we have both a Purchasing Team Lead role AND an Assistant Manager, Procurement available.

The first role today, is for a Customer Logistics Specialist (JOB767) for a MAJOR global brand, out of Mississauga. Bring your substantial knowledge of the retail space working within consumer products, brands, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, or CPFR. Work with Canada ‘s retail giants and help transform and make change through improved supply chain strategy and relationships. Bring your experience with systems such as Retail Link, SAP ERP, SAP BI/BO, and Excel. Your logistics, distribution and analysis background will help. Excellent base, plus bonus, excellent health coverage and much more! URGENT REPLIES REQUESTED.

A returning client is also looking for an Assistant Manager, Procurement (JOB773), located in Etobicoke , Ontario – western GTA. An interesting role, that helps develop staff and procurement strategies, plans, policies and procedures. Prepare and execute various projects from initial stages through to implementation, managing RFP’s, contract negotiations, and vendor management. Bring your ability to critically assess legal contracts, prepare professional quality reports, analytical documents and business cases.

For those who love adventure and want to get away from it all, we have an opening for a Purchasing Team Leader (JOB772), northwest of Fort McMurray, Alberta. Join an industry leader in world markets and be involved with all maintenance, repair and operating supplies along with receiving, warehousing and inventory control functions. Bring your background in manufacturing, industrial and/or natural resources, mining and/or oil and gas. Knowledge of parts for industrial and/or heavy equipment. Excellent starting salary, 12% living allowance, benefits and pension program to boot, along with a beautiful area of Canada, close to an airport, hospital, schools, recreational facilities and much more.

Finally, don’t forget to update and send in your latest resume for consideration for that next big Supply Chain opportunity. Cell phones numbers, e-mail addresses, educational credits, employers and much more information can get outdated really quickly; making it hard to consider and reach you! Kindly make sure your information is always up to date with Tim Moore Associates. Send your updated resume and other information to and mark the subject line of your e-mail as ‘destroy old copies,’ to notify us of your changes.