Global Supply Chain Management Post-Graduate Diploma
Prospective employment opportunities for graduates of the GSCM Diploma include, but are not limited to:
- Retail or Wholesale Buyer
- International Trade Analyst
- Procurement Specialist
- Logistics and Inventory Manager
- Transportation Manager
Supply Chain Management has a wide variety of entry level positions and it is an industry where career advancement can happen rapidly. Students can work in offices, warehouses, or potentially from home depending on their role in the SCM sector.
MITT’s Global Supply Chain Management program has been developed in association with Supply Chain Canada and Supply Chain Management Association – Manitoba in order to best prepare students for employment and professional recognition within those industries.
Completion of the diploma meets the majority of the criteria for Supply Chain Canada’s Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation program, the standard for professionals working in the field.
Our diploma coursework is designed to include all of the required 14 modules and interactive workshops* that make up the SCMP program, and successful completion at MITT achieves advance standing towards the professional designation.
*See SCMP Designation website for further details including grade requirements
For specific salary information for Manitoba, go to:
Are Employers Hiring?
It is good to get into the habit of checking the hiring demand fairly frequently. The need for workers is dependent on many things such as the international market in which conditions can change quickly. The most up-to-date information is usually specific job ads which can give you a sense of the current hiring need.
Specific jobs ads:
The next thing to research is the longer term trends by region.
Finally, you can look at predictions about trends over a longer period of time:
Specific labour market information for graduates in Manitoba:
Supply Chain Canada
Careers in the Supply Chain
This organization represents logistics professionals from across Canada.
This informative magazine focuses on the logistics industry in Canada.
Careers In Supply Chain Management (US)
This website, presented by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), offers great information about careers in supply chain management. Be sure to scroll over Certification and click on APICS Certification Programs to learn about the different professional designations available.
Material Handling Industry of America (US)
MHIA is a trade association representing the materials handling and logistics industry in the US. Scroll over Learning Center and click on Careers to learn about job opportunities in this field.