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  • Sales and Marketing Manager - Supply Chain

    Sales and marketing managers - supply chain, plan, organize, direct, manage, evaluate, and are responsible for the activities of establishments and departments involved in sales and marketing of supply chain services. This includes the identification of opportunities for operational improvements. Management specializations in sales or marketing functions may be present in organizations depending upon the nature, size and complexity of the organization.

  • Security and Safety Manager

    Security and Safety Managers direct an organization's security functions, including physical and cyber security and safety of people, data, property, and institutions.

  • Security Risk Management Specialist

    Security risk management specialists perform security assessments for organizations by designing security systems and processes in areas of physical security, personnel security, and information security (cyber).

  • Shipper - Receiver

    Shippers/receivers ship, receive and record the movement of parts, supplies, materials, equipment and stock to and from an establishment. Specializations in shipping or receiving functions may be present in organizations depending upon the nature, size and complexity of operations.

  • Stock Clerk (NOC 7452)

    Stock clerks sort, store, and issue parts and supplies by hand or using a variety of stock handling equipment (equipment that does not require personnel certification in order to operate). They are employed by a variety of manufacturing and processing companies and retail and wholesale warehousing operations.

  • Storekeeper and Parts Clerk

    Storekeepers and parts clerks sort, store and issue parts and supplies and may use a variety of material handling equipment (equipment that does not require personnel certification in order to operate). They are employed by a variety of manufacturing companies, business establishments and warehouses.

  • Strategic Sourcing Analyst (NOC 1225)

    Strategic sourcing analysts collect, evaluate, and a analyze sourcing information to provide direction to their organization or their organization's clients. Strategic Sourcing Analysts are employed by a wide range of establishments throughout the private and public sector such as manufacturing firms, utility companies, and the service sector.

  • Supervisor - Material Handlers

    Supervisors who supervise and co-ordinate the activities of material handlers.

  • Supply Chain Manager

    Supply chain managers plan, develop, optimize, organize, direct, manage, evaluate, and are accountable and/or responsible for some or all of the supply chains processes of organizations.