Our Specialist Teams
Supply Chain And Operations
The Supply Chain & Operations recruitment team is a specialist group within OCG providing a niche recruitment service to all businesses throughout New Zealand. We have the capability to source and expertly select specialist permanent and contract Supply Chain & Operations professionals at all levels, across all industry types - with a specific focus on the Manufacturing & Industrial and FMCG sectors.
Come and work for an innovative and growing manufacturer of food industry processing solutions
Well established global manufacturer of food service products with significant growth opportunities.
Great learning opportunity to work your way up
Opportunity to lead, transform and continuously improve within FMCG
Rare engineering project for up to 6 months, would suit an engineering contractor, based in Manukau
Experienced Shift Supervisor looking for a step up? Want to be in at the start of a global opportunity? Bring your skills to this exciting role!
Experienced Project Manager required for growing business - must have food manufacturing industry experience.
Seasoned Senior Project Manager required for growing business | Significant food manufacturing industry experience essential
Come and work for a highly successful NZ owned business making it on the world stage
Great opportunity to kick start your career within manufacturing or supply chain
Come be part of a NZ success story as the business continues to see exponential growth
Fast paced and project oriented production environment where they have seen significant growth in demand
Generalist Supply Chain Role for NZ based FMCG business
The study, undertaken by recruitment firm OCG Consulting and Diversitas, an Auckland-based diversity consultancy, found that 68% of people would consider leaving their current role if offered a comparable job but with greater flexibility. To receive a copy of the OCG Flexible Workforce design research report contact your OCG Recruitment Consultant
The first-ever New Zealand survey about changes to the flexibility provisions in employment law highlights the growing risks for employers who are either unaware of their obligations, or are reluctant to comply with the new requirements.
The study, undertaken by recruitment firm OCG Consulting and Diversitas, an Auckland-based diversity consultancy, found that 68% of people would consider leaving their current role if offered a comparable job but with greater flexibility.
This latest OCG white paper explores emerging trends in managing talent based on the feedback of more than 500 employers and employees across Australia and New Zealand, and provides practical recommendations on effective talent management in an environment increasingly characterised by change.