The number of supply-chain jobs open for application at beverage-alcohol manufacturers rose more than 50% in the first half of 2023, data suggests.
Between 1 January and 30 June, there were 3,444 ‘active’ jobs related to the supply chain at alcohol companies monitored by GlobalData, Just Drinks’ parent – a 55% rise on the second half of 2022. ‘Active’ jobs denote positions open for application.
GlobalData’s job analytics database tracks daily job postings across multiple industries, including consumer goods. As part of the research and intelligence company’s analysis, it groups jobs by theme, providing an indication of where businesses are focusing their hiring efforts.
LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton was the company operating in the alcohol sector most interested in filling supply-chain positions, the data shows.
Grupa Żywiec – the Poland-based brewer in which Heineken holds a majority stake – was second on the list.
By location, 546 of the roles were in the US, followed by the UK and France.
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Examples of the jobs open for application included a digital and technology supply-chain project manager at Żywiec, an inventory analyst at Anheuser-Busch InBev and a grape sourcing manager at Australia’s Accolade Wines.
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