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We’re experts at sourcing dynamic, skilled candidates across this extremely competitive sector, including regional management, buying and merchandising and eCommerce.

 

FMCG & Retail Recruitment from Martin VeaseyChallenging economic conditions, price fluctuations and complex supply chains can place pressure on manufacturers and retailers, so targeted recruitment strategies are extremely important to the success of this sector. Our FMCG & Retail recruitment experts are able to source creative and innovative thinkers, experienced candidates who can make a significant, long-lasting difference to your FMCG and retail business.

Identifying, sourcing, attracting and engaging exceptionally talented candidates who can make a real difference from day one, driving growth and safeguarding margins, is crucial and Martin Veasey Talent Solutions are well placed to assist your FMCG or Retail business.  

We recruit for all levels of position and our clients range from high profile blue-chip companies to SME's and niche developing businesses.  

The FMCG & Retail sector has become exceptionally competitive, reflecting the dynamic nature of retailing globally. Our clients span a wide spectrum of retailing and wholesaling activity including online, grocery, luxury and high street fashion, shoes, sportswear, fashion accessories, fast food/Quick Service Retail, entertainment, DIY, white and brown goods, garden centres, greeting cards, home furnishings/lifestyle, automotive, leisure, health and beauty, pharmaceuticals and opticians.


We proactively source and supply, both permanent and interim, graduate calibre managers, executives and directors in salary ranges from c£40,000 to £120,000 + both in the UK and internationally.

Recruitment Solutions:    

  • Executive Search/Headhunt  
  • Advertised Selection
     
  • Fast-track Contingency/Database Search  
  • International & Multiple Role or Team Recruitment

Typical Roles:

  • Last Mile/Final Mile Solutions
  • Inventory Planning & Management
  • Marketing, Insight & Digital Marketing
  • Merchandising
  • Property
  • Retail IT Systems
  • Retail Store Management
  • Space planning
  • Supply Chain, Logistics & Distribution
  • Training & Development 
  • Visual Merchandising
  • Wholesale

Find out more:

Work with Martin Veasey Talent Solutions to fill your FMCG and Retail roles.

If you're looking for a new role in FMCG and Retail, please check out our latest vacancies or register your CV.

In addition to recruitment solutions, we offer a range of HR & Talent Management services, including:

Please contact us for a confidential discussion - call +44 (0)1905 381320 or email info@martinveasey.com.    

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843246_
£35000 - £62000 per annum Benefits Bonus Relocation Assistance

TALENT ACQUISITION PARTNERS x 2

"Creating a Talent Acquisition function for a well-established and growing business in a highly desirable part of the UK".

 

£Very Competitive Benefits Bonus Relocation Assistance

 

Devon & Cornwall, South West (Hybrid Site/Remote Working)

 

 

Judging by the volume of people flocking to Devon and Cornwall at this time of year, it's a popular part of the country.

 

Maybe it's a favourite destination of yours, where you've harboured a desire to live and work but haven't found the right opportunity yet.

 

But, if you're an experienced Talent Acquisition Partner looking for the chance to work or to relocate permanently to this beautiful area, your wait may be over.

 

Our client is looking for a graduate-calibre recruiter who knows that there's more to recruiting new staff than simply posting an advert and hoping for the best.

 

Due to the increasing numbers of people they need to bring into their business, they recognise the requirement to create a robust Talent Acquisition function. And that will be your core focus initially, although you will need to head up specific recruitment campaigns as well.

 

As the Talent Acquisition Partner, you'll be using your skills and knowledge to develop an Employer Value Proposition and promote the company's brand in the broader marketplace. By developing a compelling online presence, and framework for capitalising on national and regional recruitment fairs, you'll create a talent pipeline of candidates interested in working for the company.

 

Our client is growing rapidly and needs to ensure they are attracting and onboarding the highest calibre people at all levels of the business. As such, you will need to work closely with department heads and the senior management team to understand the future requirements then create appropriate talent pipelines.

 

Having worked in an agency or in-house recruitment role, you'll know what constitutes a high-quality recruitment process at every stage, from the initial briefing, sourcing, and selection to the onboarding of new hires. Your experience will, ideally, stem from the pharma, biotech, or life sciences industry and you'll be skilled with industry standard ATS systems.

 

You may have to adopt a headhunt method for certain niche positions using direct sourcing tools, or you may decide to outsource to an external agency. Given the volume of recruitment required, you will need to develop relationships with trusted partner agencies and ensure their processes are of an equally high standard to yours.

 

Our client views this as a long-term, permanent position. However, due to the urgency of this requirement, they are happy to consider an interim role for someone to set up the talent acquisition function as a one-off project while they recruit the permanent team.

 

As you can see, there are many strands to this role that we'll need to discuss in more detail, so please indicate your interest by sending your CV, quoting reference LX 843212 without delay

799567_1623344770A
£35000 - £45000 per annum Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER - EMEA

"Experienced FMCG Inventory Supply Planning and Demand Forecasting Specialist required to manage imported Inventory ensuring optimum On Shelf Availability and On Time in Full Order Fulfilment."

Oxfordshire (Hybrid Office and Working from Home)

£40-45000 (Dependent On Experience) Excellent Benefits

 

Managing inventory requirements isn't easy at the best of times. As someone experienced in demand planning and inventory forecasting, you'll know that feeling well.

However, when there are the combined effects of a pandemic, container ships getting stuck in the Suez Canal, and the UK has a whole new world of international trade procedures to work out, it all becomes that bit more challenging.

But maybe you're the kind of person who's secretly enjoyed those challenges?

Perhaps you've been working as part of a demand planning team and feel that now's the right time to move into a role where you can be the subject matter expert? Or, possibly, you're an experienced supply chain manager who loves the analytical part of the job and could bring your knowledge to a new company.

Your background will include working in an FMCG environment, supplying goods to retail/wholesale/e-commerce. You'll need excellent supply planning and demand forecasting capabilities and be used to dealing with large data sets and modelling scenarios in Excel to ensure adequate supply to fulfil orders/promotions.

Our client needs someone like you to take responsibility for their inventory purchasing and availability forecasting function. They're based in the UK and supply domestic consumer products to an impressive portfolio of well-known retailers and sell directly to the end customer.

All their products are manufactured in the Far East, and the United States, so you'll be able to bring your prior knowledge of working with manufacturers in those countries. Our client doesn't export, so all the focus of this role is around importing and inbound product management.

They currently know their demand planning and availability forecasting needs to be more robust as they struggle for availability, so that's your first challenge to overcome. As a minimum, you'll need to be an advanced Excel user or, ideally, have experience of using BI software such as Qlikview or Tableau.

But it's not only about making sure that the factories produce enough products to cover your requirements. You'll also need to work closely with the warehousing and distribution team to factor in warehouse capacity and resources when creating your plans. As such, you'll need to be a confident communicator with all departments and levels of the business.

The role is based out the head office in South Oxfordshire for three days per week with the other two home-based. There will be the occasional need for you to visit the distribution centre a couple of hours away in the midlands.

To apply for this role, please send your CV quoting reference LX 799567.

 

 

 

 

 

799567_1623344770b
£35000 - £45000 per annum Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER - EMEA

"Experienced FMCG Inventory Supply Planning and Demand Forecasting Specialist required to manage imported Inventory ensuring optimum On Shelf Availability and On Time in Full Order Fulfilment."

Oxfordshire (Hybrid Office and Working from Home)

£40-45000 (Dependent On Experience) Excellent Benefits

 

Managing inventory requirements isn't easy at the best of times. As someone experienced in demand planning and inventory forecasting, you'll know that feeling well.

However, when there are the combined effects of a pandemic, container ships getting stuck in the Suez Canal, and the UK has a whole new world of international trade procedures to work out, it all becomes that bit more challenging.

But maybe you're the kind of person who's secretly enjoyed those challenges?

Perhaps you've been working as part of a demand planning team and feel that now's the right time to move into a role where you can be the subject matter expert? Or, possibly, you're an experienced supply chain manager who loves the analytical part of the job and could bring your knowledge to a new company.

Your background will include working in an FMCG environment, supplying goods to retail/wholesale/e-commerce. You'll need excellent supply planning and demand forecasting capabilities and be used to dealing with large data sets and modelling scenarios in Excel to ensure adequate supply to fulfil orders/promotions.

Our client needs someone like you to take responsibility for their inventory purchasing and availability forecasting function. They're based in the UK and supply domestic consumer products to an impressive portfolio of well-known retailers and sell directly to the end customer.

All their products are manufactured in the Far East, and the United States, so you'll be able to bring your prior knowledge of working with manufacturers in those countries. Our client doesn't export, so all the focus of this role is around importing and inbound product management.

They currently know their demand planning and availability forecasting needs to be more robust as they struggle for availability, so that's your first challenge to overcome. As a minimum, you'll need to be an advanced Excel user or, ideally, have experience of using BI software such as Qlikview or Tableau.

But it's not only about making sure that the factories produce enough products to cover your requirements. You'll also need to work closely with the warehousing and distribution team to factor in warehouse capacity and resources when creating your plans. As such, you'll need to be a confident communicator with all departments and levels of the business.

The role is based out the head office in South Oxfordshire for three days per week with the other two home-based. There will be the occasional need for you to visit the distribution centre a couple of hours away in the midlands.

To apply for this role, please send your CV quoting reference LX 799567.

 

 

 

 

 

799567_1623344770c
£35000 - £45000 per annum Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER - EMEA

"Experienced FMCG Inventory Supply Planning and Demand Forecasting Specialist required to manage imported Inventory ensuring optimum On Shelf Availability and On Time in Full Order Fulfilment."

Oxfordshire (Hybrid Office and Working from Home)

£40-45000 (Dependent On Experience) Excellent Benefits

 

Managing inventory requirements isn't easy at the best of times. As someone experienced in demand planning and inventory forecasting, you'll know that feeling well.

However, when there are the combined effects of a pandemic, container ships getting stuck in the Suez Canal, and the UK has a whole new world of international trade procedures to work out, it all becomes that bit more challenging.

But maybe you're the kind of person who's secretly enjoyed those challenges?

Perhaps you've been working as part of a demand planning team and feel that now's the right time to move into a role where you can be the subject matter expert? Or, possibly, you're an experienced supply chain manager who loves the analytical part of the job and could bring your knowledge to a new company.

Your background will include working in an FMCG environment, supplying goods to retail/wholesale/e-commerce. You'll need excellent supply planning and demand forecasting capabilities and be used to dealing with large data sets and modelling scenarios in Excel to ensure adequate supply to fulfil orders/promotions.

Our client needs someone like you to take responsibility for their inventory purchasing and availability forecasting function. They're based in the UK and supply domestic consumer products to an impressive portfolio of well-known retailers and sell directly to the end customer.

All their products are manufactured in the Far East, and the United States, so you'll be able to bring your prior knowledge of working with manufacturers in those countries. Our client doesn't export, so all the focus of this role is around importing and inbound product management.

They currently know their demand planning and availability forecasting needs to be more robust as they struggle for availability, so that's your first challenge to overcome. As a minimum, you'll need to be an advanced Excel user or, ideally, have experience of using BI software such as Qlikview or Tableau.

But it's not only about making sure that the factories produce enough products to cover your requirements. You'll also need to work closely with the warehousing and distribution team to factor in warehouse capacity and resources when creating your plans. As such, you'll need to be a confident communicator with all departments and levels of the business.

The role is based out the head office in South Oxfordshire for three days per week with the other two home-based. There will be the occasional need for you to visit the distribution centre a couple of hours away in the midlands.

To apply for this role, please send your CV quoting reference LX 799567.

 

 

 

 

 

799567_1623344770
£35000 - £45000 per annum Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER - EMEA

"Experienced FMCG Inventory Supply Planning and Demand Forecasting Specialist required to manage imported Inventory ensuring optimum On Shelf Availability and On Time in Full Order Fulfilment."

Oxfordshire (Hybrid Office and Working from Home)

£40-45000 (Dependent On Experience) Excellent Benefits

 

Managing inventory requirements isn't easy at the best of times. As someone experienced in demand planning and inventory forecasting, you'll know that feeling well.

However, when there are the combined effects of a pandemic, container ships getting stuck in the Suez Canal, and the UK has a whole new world of international trade procedures to work out, it all becomes that bit more challenging.

But maybe you're the kind of person who's secretly enjoyed those challenges?

Perhaps you've been working as part of a demand planning team and feel that now's the right time to move into a role where you can be the subject matter expert? Or, possibly, you're an experienced supply chain manager who loves the analytical part of the job and could bring your knowledge to a new company.

Your background will include working in an FMCG environment, supplying goods to retail/wholesale/e-commerce. You'll need excellent supply planning and demand forecasting capabilities and be used to dealing with large data sets and modelling scenarios in Excel to ensure adequate supply to fulfil orders/promotions.

Our client needs someone like you to take responsibility for their inventory purchasing and availability forecasting function. They're based in the UK and supply domestic consumer products to an impressive portfolio of well-known retailers and sell directly to the end customer.

All their products are manufactured in the Far East, and the United States, so you'll be able to bring your prior knowledge of working with manufacturers in those countries. Our client doesn't export, so all the focus of this role is around importing and inbound product management.

They currently know their demand planning and availability forecasting needs to be more robust as they struggle for availability, so that's your first challenge to overcome. As a minimum, you'll need to be an advanced Excel user or, ideally, have experience of using BI software such as Qlikview or Tableau.

But it's not only about making sure that the factories produce enough products to cover your requirements. You'll also need to work closely with the warehousing and distribution team to factor in warehouse capacity and resources when creating your plans. As such, you'll need to be a confident communicator with all departments and levels of the business.

The role is based out the head office in South Oxfordshire for three days per week with the other two home-based. There will be the occasional need for you to visit the distribution centre a couple of hours away in the midlands.

To apply for this role, please send your CV quoting reference LX 799567.