🚀 Internship

Supply Chain (12 Month Placement Scheme)

🚀 Placement Program


🤑 £18.6k
Rolling basis


We have an exciting opportunity to join our Supply Chain team based in Springvale. The focus of this department is to operate on a tactical / strategic basis to ensure our supply chain drives towards excellence in efficiency, reliability, and flexibility. As a Supply Chain Planner, you will collaborate with global suppliers to ensure execution to planned orders and schedules and resolves issues with suppliers to ensure material availability for the facility production. 

There will also be an opportunity for you to collaborate with the purchasing, quality, and manufacturing operations teams. Along with getting involved in exciting projects including New Product Introduction. Working as part of this small team you will really get to make a positive impact during your placement. 

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Area of Responsibilities



Ensure timely delivery of materials to the facility Liaise with Suppliers on New Product Introduction (NPI) & ECNs Supplier collaboration to meet facility production plans Utilize root cause corrective actions to resolve quality and supplier performance issues Requisition materials and ensure inventory levels maintained Manage and perform supplier scheduling and implementation of engineering changes for the efficient manufacture of products and components Support supply chain performance efforts by monitoring and tracking supplier performance metrics. Deliver improvements in point of use material availability 
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We’re looking for people who can show us a highly participative working style, and who thrive in a team of committed professionals. And at the same time, we need people who can think independently and drive change through persuasion and influence. Strong analytical, communication and presentational skills are a must as you’d need to package clear strategic recommendations based on data and sell them confidently to production and management employees. It is essential that applicants should have achieved or be on track to achieve a minimum of a 2:2 in one of the following disciplines: Supply Chain, Logistics, Engineering, or a Business-related degree. 
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