Industry Panel Part 4: Supply Chain and Technology
This session will dive into the difference in priorities when looking to hire from the perspectives of different levels of management or different company environments, such as a start-up versus an established company, or having an external recruiter versus an internal recruitment process. Preferences in a candidate’s personality type or education level when hiring may change industry to industry, company to company but this session will aim to inform GMP members on how to navigate these priorities while searching for employment in the Supply Chaon and Technology Industries.
Sean Baker – MacDonald Search Group – Senior Recruiter
After graduating from Business at Saint Clair College in Windsor, Ontario, Sean went on to spend 13 years working in Supply Chain and Logistics for several national and regional LTL and Truckload carriers. Sean also participated in the launch of a large 3PL operation in Calgary. As an Operations and Supply Chain recruiter since 2012, he can honestly say he lives and breathes this sector, whether in his office, meeting a candidate, or in the field touring a client facility to better understand their operational processes and requirements. He is currently on the board of directors for SCC Alberta Institute, spent Seven years as President of the APICS Calgary Chapter. He served on the APICS Canadian District Team, Chair – Calgary Logistics Council, President – Calgary Transportation Club, Supply Chain Program Advisory committees at both SAIT and Bow Valley College. Since 2017, Sean also has over 30 speaking engagements to his credits at industry conferences and events across the US and Canada.
Guillermo Franco – Enbridge -Digital Talent Resource Management Consultant
Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist with over 20 years of professional experience, a recruitment focus on digital skills and a background that includes IT and Agile training, an MBA, Technical Recruitment, HR consulting in the Employee Engagement space, Workforce Planning and Career Coaching experience. In the last few years, Guillermo has partnered with a number of clients, large and small, on the task of recruiting specialized talent for software development teams and digital transformation initiatives leveraging advanced technologies, with the last 2 and a half of those years, leading Enbridge’s Technology + Innovation Lab’s recruitment efforts.
Martin Shelest – IKEA – People and Culture Manager
Currently, the People and Culture Manager at IKEA. With over 10 years of Human Resources experience, Martin has worked at Bell and Lafarge during his career.
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