Supply Chain Management Association Ontario (SCMAO) job board

| September 27, 2022
Submitted by Alex Cotoc for DeGroote School of Business
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Supply Chain Management Association Ontario (SCMAO) is one of Canada’s largest communities for supply chain professionals, with over 4,000 members and a broader community of 10,000+ supply chain professionals. Anchored by a legacy of 35 years and fuelled by a vision that has the future of supply chain at its core, the rebranded SCMAO is committed to strengthening the supply chain network which embodies end-to-end supply chain.

The rebranded SCMAO logo represents the 5 core functions of supply chain, namely, Procurement, Operations, Transportation /Logistics, Warehousing/ Distribution, Customer-centric delivery, and the connectivity between these functions through other functions such as planning, forecasting, project management, data analysis, talent management and more. Their focus is to enable and strengthen the supply chain network, which is attributable to the effective integration of all these functions.

The supply chain profession has never been more vital to the progress of the Canadian economy and as the profession continues to be in the spotlight, SCMAO is on a steadfast path to deliver on their purpose: to promote awareness of the important role of supply chain management, as well to professionalize the industry through the CSCMP Designation.

Check out the SCMAO job board.

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