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RECRUITMENT SPECIALIST LAUNCHES PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY CHAIN DIVISION

RECRUITMENT SPECIALIST LAUNCHES PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY CHAIN DIVISION
Macildowie, the Midlands financial and HR recruitment specialist, is set to expand its offering by launching a dedicated Procurement and Supply Chain Division.The company, which counts E.ON, Boots and Next among its clients, will now be recruiting professionals for procurement and supply chain positions with public sector and blue chip clients, using the same trusted methods that it employs for financial and HR roles.Macildowie has found in particular that there is a demand for more commercially-minded procurement and supply chain professionals across all sectors, and that these and financial divisions are beginning to work more closely together. With this in mind, procurement and supply chain roles that Macildowie will be recruiting for will include: temporary and permanent positions for purchasing managers buyers senior category managers supply chain managers and logistics managers and directors.The move comes on the back of substantial growth for Macildowie, and the company now intends to tailor its unique brand offering to a new and exciting marketplace.James Calder, director, said: We found that there was huge demand in this job market sector and so decided to launch a specific division for it. Its great news for us and for the regional economy as well not only be placing people in jobs, but will also be announcing team appointments of our own on the strength of this new division.The Procurement and Supply Chain Division will operate across Macildowies offices in Leicester, Nottingham, Derby and Northampton and will be headed up in the South Midlands by consultant, Michael Scott, and in the North Midlands by consultants Claire Fletcher and Ben Radford.The announcement comes just three months after Macildowie secured a place on the hotly-contested Non-medical, Non-Clinical Resources framework agreement available to the NHS and public sector.

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