logistics and supply chain jobs in the UK

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logistics and supply chain jobs in the UK

Lean on our logistics and supply chain expertise and extensive employer network to find your next job.

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Our recruitment experience in logistics and supply chain jobs

We’ll find the role that matches your seniority and area of expertise – from supply chain directors to logistics analysts.

Logistic and supply chain processes have morphed into one of the most critical functions for organisations. Their increased importance means it's an exciting time to be a logistics or supply chain specialist – one where your skills are in high demand.

We have over 17 years of success as a dedicated logistics and supply chain recruiter, with ten offices across the UK and Ireland. Being so deeply embedded in the logistics and supply chain market, our expansive networks can deliver you a wide range of opportunities for private and public sector organisations.

We’re hiring across the board, with a particular emphasis on senior roles for professionals who can command comprehensive logistical processes. This includes supply chain directors and managers, forecast managers, sales and operations planning (S&OP) managers, production planners, supply chain analysts, logistics and distribution/operations directors, logistics and distribution managers, operations/warehouse managers, fleet managers, transport managers/planners, import/export managers, freight forward managers, warehouse supervisors, logistics planners and material schedulers.

We’ll do more than just find you the right job. As a lifelong partner in logistics and supply chain, we can provide you with the specific insights and skills needed to succeed in a function that is increasingly being influenced by technology and sustainable practices. Partnered with us, you’ll be ready for the future of logistics and supply chain management.

Browse the latest job opportunities for logistics and supply chain areas.


Logistics and supply chain employers we work with

With an expansive and committed employer network, we will connect you to a breadth of different businesses and logistics groups. The organisations we work with are diverse, ranging from international delivery specialists to multinational enterprises with complex logistical needs.

Take a look at some of the featured logistics and supply chain management employers we work with: Hermes, New Balance, Public Health England, DHL and Gist.

We have over 17 years of success as a dedicated logistics and supply chain recruiter

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Josh has been instrumental in finding me a great job that fulfills my requirements and has been fantastic and very professional throughout. I do not hesitate in recommending Josh to other clients for potential Procurement and Supply Chain opportunities. Thank you, Josh!

-Omar Choudhary, MRP Controller at Millers Retail Design


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Logistics and supply professionals can be well renumerated. Organisations are aware of how important logistics and supply chain professionals are, helping to secure the reliance and value of their business.

A supply chain planner could typically earn between £30,000-£40,000 a year, while a demand or forecast manager might earn closer to £50,000.

Regarding more senior positions, a supply chain manager could earn up to £80,000, while a supply chain director can command £120,000 or more.

See our Salary Guide for a more detailed breakdown of logistics and supply chain job salaries.

Most logistics roles do not require a degree by default. While a relevant degree – such as a BSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – could be a great advantage, it’s more than possible to progress your career through experience alone. However, having a degree may make it easier to gain an internship and will of course be a necessity for a graduate placement.

If you’re looking for an alternative to a university degree, you might consider an apprenticeship in logistics or supply chain management.

There’s a rising demand for skilled logistic and supply professionals, particularly those who possess technical skills or qualifications, such as in maths or statistics.

Some traditional roles include: supply chain planning, procurement and supply management, warehouse management, distribution network planning, inventory management and control, and transportation management.

With the rise of technologies like automation and AI, new and exciting roles are a real prospect for forward-thinking professionals willing to learn new skills.