- 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.
- Negotiable, Hickory
Buyer Automotive Hickory, NC A leader in the automotive and industrial industry is currently seek...
- Indirect Procurement Manager
- Negotiable, Hong Kong
Evaluate, recommend changes and/or re-design the Procurement Process in accordance to Regional Pr...
- Senior Planning Analyst
- Negotiable, Hong Kong
Basic forecast modelling in our S&OP planning tool. Develop demand forecasts (operational forecas...
- Reverse Logistics Manager
- Negotiable, Redwood City
Reverse Logistics Manager Manager, Reverse Logistics Greater San Francisco Bay Area $130,000 to $...
- Supplier Quality Engineer
- Negotiable, San Mateo
Supplier Quality Engineer Needed for Autonomous Startup San Francisco Bay area Competitive Compen...
- Head of Supply Chain
- Negotiable, Paris
We are currently searching for a Head of Supply Chain! You will be part of a large multi-national...
- Controls Engineer
- US$110000 - US$130000 per year, Atlanta
Senior Controls Engineer needed for Leading Building Materials Company Process Engineer | Senior ...
- Senior Engineering Manager
- Negotiable, Guangdong Sheng
Responsibilities Follow up and be responsible for the assigned projects to ensure all milestone a...
- Manufacturing Manager
- Negotiable, Shanghai
Key Responsibilities Ensure to implement and adherence to health and safety procedures Implement ...
2020 Reflections: Looking Back to Move Forward
Rather than making a New Year’s Resolution this year, perhaps more can be achieved by reflecting on the challenges of 2020 and how those experiences will shape 2021 and beyond.
The Work-Life Rebalance
How will our choices today affect the future of work? Which path should be taken to ensure work-life balance? At DSJ Global, these are the questions that have defined our daily conversations with clients, candidates, and our global workforce. Our new report, "The Work-Life Rebalance", offers business leaders another perspective before setting the cornerstone.
Global Job Confidence Index 2020
The DSJ Global Job Confidence Index 2020 is a new annual report that aims to measures confidence in the supply chain labor market and provide some answers to these questions. The index reports on professionals’ confidence in the economy, getting or holding a job, their compensation and bonus, and whether the normal push-and-pull factors in employment have changed.
How to Avoid a Talent Exodus Post-Pandemic
As businesses prepare to recover and relaunch, high-quality employees are more essential than ever. Yet, the lockdown period has given many workers a new level of clarity about their work-life dynamic. The result could be a talent exodus.
Beyond Covid-19: Strategies to Future-Proof Supply Chains and Your Business
A resilient supply chain ensures existence. Discover how you can create a resilient supply chain that will protect your business from future disruption.
Turn of the Tide: How to Make the Right Hire in a Candidate-Flooded Market
The tide had turned. Now, every job post is met with a flood of responses. Read our guide on how to make the right hire in a candidate-flooded market.
Why Women Withdraw from the Recruitment Process
Recognition of the strategic importance of gender diversity is growing, but many qualified female applicants are dropping out of the recruitment process, according to our global survey.
12 Feb 2021
More than 90% of CEOs report that diversity is a top business priority, yet the dial towards pro...