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Supply Chain Internship, Manufacturing (Summer 2018)

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Supply Chain Internship, Manufacturing (Summer 2018)
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Covington, TN
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Hammond, IN
Henderson, NV
Independence, MO
Jefferson City, MO
Jonesboro, AR
Kilbourne, IL
New Century, KS
Raeford, NC
Saint Albans, VT
Sikeston, MO
Suffolk, VA
Waterbury, VT
Internship Paid

Description

Background & Purpose of the Job

Be a part of the 170K global employees that make Unilever one of the best companies in the world to work for! Forbes has listed Unilever as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For,” and WayUp rated Unilever’s internship program in the top 20. One of our 400 brands is used daily by more than 2.5 billion people globally! We are looking for outstanding talent to join our factory teams located at manufacturing sites in the following locations: Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, and Virginia.

Are you a future Supply Chain Leader??? If so, Unilever is looking for YOU to join our factory teams! In this role you will be driving current and future manufacturing performance in the areas of Safety, Productivity, Cost, Quality, Delivery and Morale using a World Class Manufacturing (WCM) operating framework. Project work can include focus on warehousing, engineering, robotics and automation, process reliability or manufacturing.

The Internship Program is the primary pathway to beginning a Supply Chain career at Unilever! The purpose of the Internship Program is to introduce you to Unilever through a challenging and rewarding experience, which offers you the opportunity to lead a project and build your knowledge to become the next Unilever Future Leader! During your internship, you will develop your leadership style, strengthen your analytical skills, and refine your presentation skills. As a Supply Chain Intern, you will be paired with a mentor who is currently in the Supply Chain Unilever Future Leaders Program (UFLP) and will support you during your internship.

Upon completion of your internship, you may be invited to join Unilever as a full-time employee through our Unilever Future Leaders Program (UFLP).

Who You Are & What You’ll Do

In this role…

  • You’re a dot connector: You bridge our current Supply Chain practices to the future with innovative ideas and solutions.
  • You’re a story teller: You will experience life in a Unilever factory and will become the voice to future Unilever talent.
  • You lead & inspire bold creative work: You will have an active role in employee relations programs in your factory and drive positive employee relations through various reward and recognition programs.
  • You love to win and have fun doing it: You will have the opportunity to have fun, get your voice heard and impact real change

Qualifications

What You’ll Need To Succeed

  • Pursuing a BS in Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial), Logistics, Operations, or Supply Chain Management
  • Interested in developing a career in Supply Chain
  • Record of academic excellence with a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Ability to relocate and willingness to work in one of Unilever's factory locations
  • Interested in exploring multi-functional assignments within Engineering, Operations, Logistics, Procurement & Planning
  • Exceptional computer skills

About Us

Unilever has a simple but clear purpose – to make sustainable living commonplace. We believe this is the best long-term way for our business to grow. On any given day, two billion people from around the world use Unilever products from iconic brands like Dove, Axe, Ben & Jerry’s, Lipton, Dollar Shave Club, and Knorr to look good, feel good, and get more out of life.

Fun Fact

Unilever offers seriously cool benefits like flexible working environment, on-site gym and Tigi salon, well-being incentives, and all-you-can-eat ice cream.

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