Procurement and Supply Jobs Wages in 2009
Friday May 8, 2009
Procurement and supply wages are currently viewed as being fairly strong in this industry with skill shortages reported. Demand for procurement and supply jobs professionals is some of the highest in the sector with higher wages as a result, in addition to strong possibilities for wages increases over 2009.
Recruitment companies and experts on the procurement and supply industry are predicting wages will in fact rise by between 5-8% with 10% or higher for those with a specific skills. These will be offered with quality bonuses and incentives.
As far as jobs and wages are concerned, the procurement and supply chain sectors are reporting some of the strongest resilience to the financial crisis with many Australian businesses focusing on strengthening their cost management strategies and efficiency across all levels of business operation.
Middle management jobs with this industry are offering the strongest wages and possibilities for wages increases as it is this area that is experiencing the biggest skills shortfall. This is set to continue over the next 5-10 years as there is an increasing decline in the number of qualified candidates for middle management procurement and supply jobs.
Wages for middle management jobs for this procurement and supply chain sector tend to range from $80,000 to $120,000.