DALLAS (September 9, 2019) – Jobplex Inc. is pleased to announce that Mike Robinson has joined the firm as a Partner with a focus in the Industrial Practice in the Dallas office.
Prior to joining Jobplex, Robinson served as an executive recruiter with The Jacob Group. His recruiting specialties include searches for fortune 500 CPG’s to mid-sized organizations in demand planning, order management, procurement, inventory management, manufacturing, customer logistics and distribution, and food safety and quality control.
His experience in the supply chain and consumer packaged goods spans deeply, after holding various leadership roles with Kraft Foods Group, ConAgra Foods, The Dannon Company, PwC, and Alouette Cheese USA LLC. He also served as the VP of Supply Chain for Village Farms International, Inc. for almost four years before he got his start in the executive search industry.
Robinson served 11 years on active duty as a US Army Infantry Officer; where he graduated from the Infantry Officer Advance School, holding various leadership positions as Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, Operations Officer & Company Commander achieving the rank of Major. He spent time on assignment in Panama, Honduras, Ft Benning-GA & Ft Ord-CA.
“Mike’s search knowledge and industrial sector expertise will allow us to best identify the next generation of leadership talent needed to meet our clients’ needs,” said President Justin Hirsch. “We are excited to welcome him to the team.”
Robinson holds a BS degree in Psychology from Hampton University. He also has a US Army Logistics Certification for Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management from the US Army Logistics School in Fort Lee, Virginia.
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