You’ll be front and center, hands-on and contributing your creative energy, and the skills and experience you’ve gained in your MBA program to high-impact projects from the moment you arrive through the course of this 10-week experience.
You will take part in meaningful work and real-life projects within the Supply Chain Organization that will help you grow both professionally and personally throughout the program. You will have the opportunity to work side by side with Supply Chain Program Managers to champion, develop, manage and drive key relationships that are critical to the success of our business and impact our enterprise-wide customer base. You'll learn from the best minds in the industry and improve your knowledge in an environment that’s dedicated to industry superiority.
In this role, you may have the opportunity to:
Work on projects related to Supply Chain planning.
Working on projects that deal with spares, repair, and reverse supply chain management (Reverse 2.0)
Work side by side with Supply Chain Program Managers to champion, develop, manage and drive key relationships that are critical to our success.
Gain exposure in key areas such as principles of enterprise requirements, business objective prioritization, proposal review, supplier negotiations and inventory optimization/processes.
Work in cross-functional teams.
Learn how we deliver innovative solutions to businesses and people across the world.
You must be currently enrolled in a degree program and be in good academic standing to be considered.
If you are interested in other roles and locations in addition to this one, please submit your application to those postings as well in order to be considered.
What we’re looking for...
You’re a motivated self-starter. Never satisfied with the status quo, you’re always trying to beat a personal best. You thrive in a fast-paced environment where new challenges come up every day. You are flexible, dependable and work well in varying environments. Learning quickly is personally rewarding and inspires you to take smart risks.
You’ll need to have:
Current enrollment as a first-year MBA or master's degree student with a focus in supply chain or a directly related area such as data analytics, operations management, logistics, or industrial engineering with an expected completion date between December 2021 and June 2022.
Four or more years of work experience directly related to Supply Chain Management such as Sparing, Logistics, Operations Management, Analytics & Data Science, and or Manufacturing.
Authorization to work in the U.S. without restrictions or need for future sponsorship.
Willingness to work in Irving, TX.
Even better if you have:
Proven record of academic, professional and leadership achievement.
Demonstrated independent thinking, relationship management and attention to detail.
Demonstrated strong analytical, communication, leadership and presentation skills.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a fast-moving, team environment.
When you join Verizon
You’ll have the power to go beyond – doing the work that’s transforming how people, businesses and things connect with each other. Not only do we provide the fastest and most reliable network for our customers, but we were first to 5G - a quantum leap in connectivity. Our connected solutions are making communities stronger and enabling energy efficiency. Here, you’ll have the ability to make an impact and create positive change. Whether you think in code, words, pictures or numbers, join our team of the best and brightest. We offer great pay, amazing benefits and opportunity to learn and grow in every role. Together we’ll go far.
Diversity and Inclusion at Verizon
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