Toronto Supply Chain Management – Global Logistics Careers with Fantastic Salaries, Benefits, and Work-Life Balance

Toronto Supply Chain Management – Global Logistics Careers with Fantastic Salaries, Benefits, and Work-Life Balance

 

Every company has its own supply chain and therefore can benefit from hiring graduates with logistics and supply chain knowledge, but there is a select set that offers superior working conditions in Toronto.

If you are thinking of perusing Fleming College Toronto’s Supply Chain Management – Global Logistics Graduate Certificate Program, consider the following employment opportunities for your future.   

Note: All information about wages comes from glassdoor.ca

Supply Chain Management – Global Logistics Careers

PepsiCo

With its headquarters in Mississauga, PepsiCo is known for good pay, working hours, and benefits. Their main products include Quaker, Tropicana, Gatorade, Frito-Lay, and Pepsi-Cola. According to Glass Door, Supply Chain Analysts at PepsiCo have a base pay of about $70,000 per year. Supply Chain Managers can make up to $90,000 per year.

Loblaws Companies

Canada’s market share leader in groceries, Loblaws has its headquarters in Brampton, about one hour from the Toronto core. Loblaws offers extensive health insurance, as well as a pension plan and employee discount of 10% for all your shopping needs.

Loblaws Supply Chain Analysts have a base pay of $54,000 per year. Supply Chain Managers make about $81,000 per year.

Maple Leaf Foods

A household name in Canada, Maple Leaf Foods is the leading supplier of packaged proteins in the country, including both animal and plant-based products. The company’s headquarters is in Toronto, and they are known for employee mobility, so an entry-level position can carry you to higher places.

Supply Chain Specialists have a base pay of $55,000 a year. Logistics Coordinators can make up to $66,000 a year. Supply Chain Managers make $88,000. Customer Supply Chain Representatives can make up to $108,000 per year.

Canadian Tire

Respectful and encouraging of diversity, Canadian Tire has been a staple Canadian retail brand for decades. It would be hard to find a Canadian who has not purchased something for their home from this company. Their headquarters is in Toronto.

At Canadian Tire, Supply Chain Analysts have a base pay of $59,000 per year. Supply Chain Managers make to $112,480 per year.

Celestica

With its headquarters in Toronto, Celestica is a leader in design, manufacturing, and supply chain solutions. You may have not heard of this company, but you have heard of the companies that they have provided services for, such as IBM, Dell, Cisco, and more. The company is involved with the supply chain of everything from robotics to health tech.

Sourcing Specialists have a base pay of $54,000. Supply Chain Planners have a base salary of $57,000 per year. Supply Chain Managers can make up to $137,000 per year. They also have paid internships available to help get you started in the industry.

 

For more info about this exciting program, check out the Supply Chain Management – Global Logistics Graduate Certificate Program page, or send us a message at info@flemingcollegetoronto.ca

FAQ

What are the 7 supply chain functions?

While they may differ, the seven common functions include purchasing, manufacturing, inventory management, demand planning, transportation, and customer service.

What is the highest salary for logistics?

The senior logistics manager holds one of the highest positions in logistics, with a base salary of $114,078 at time of writing (source: glassdoor).

Is a career in supply chain management good?

A career in supply chain management holds a promising future, given its wide array of diverse opportunities.

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