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Supply Chain Manager Jobs

Supply Chain Manager Jobs

How to Enter

To improve your changes of securing a job as a Supply Chain Manager in New Zealand, it’s recommended to complete a tertiary qualification in Commerce, Finance, Business or Logistics. For example, a Diploma in Procurement and Supply Management or a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Supply Chain Management. New Zealand employers also prefer candidates to have training from, and membership to, the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS).

Typical Responsibilities

Supply Chain Managers can expect to do some or all of the following on a daily basis:

  • Analysing the organisation’s needs for goods and services that will help reach its goals

  • Researching new goods, services and suppliers

  • Creating and updating supply chain and procurement policies, and procedures for storing and distributing goods

  • Maintaining stock levels using inventory and tracking systems

  • Researching inventory and tracking systems and deciding if new systems are needed

  • Negotiating deals with suppliers to meet quality, cost and delivery requirements

  • Managing relationships with suppliers and vendors

  • Managing staff performance and needs

  • Developing and training staff

Progression
Supply Chain Managers can progress their careers and work for larger organisations with more complex distribution networks. In addition, talented professionals can work their way up to executive-level and secure a Chief Procurement Manager or similar role.
Salary Range

100K - 140K per annum (NZD)​