Supply Chain Intern
About the team
You will be working in the international and intercultural environment of Danone Nutricia Worldwide consisting of 50 people with over 20 different nationalities. More specifically, you will be part of the Supply Chain team (13 people) responsible for the Early Life Nutrition products in over 40 markets worldwide in the following regions: the Balkans, Middle East, Indian sub-continent, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Asia and the CIS –where we work together with pharmaceutical importers and/or distributors that represent our brands.
As the Supply Chain Intern, the focus of your role (central in the Supply Chain organization) will be to provide all stakeholders with service and information in a way you make sure that each party knows what will happen when, and when to do what. In other words, you are busy with reporting and analysis of the master data and the main KPIs of supply chain.
Your three main tasks and responsibilities will include:
- Monthly updating and analyzing the Scorecard for Supply Chain and the Supply Review as well as defining the focus for the upcoming period;
- Freight cost analysis in collaboration with Finance;
- Placing correct order data and maintenance in Nutricia Worldwide’s system
Are you ready to take on an internship in an international Supply Chain environment at Danone and become an expert in reporting and analysis? Apply now!
You have an international mindset, you are curious, pro-active and you feel comfortable working autonomously. Also, you are able to manage complexity and keep the overview while handling big amounts of information as this is something that comes naturally for you. You enjoy building relationships and you are not afraid to work with numbers and Excel. Lastly, you take ownership, show commitment when problems arise and you do not easily get stressed.
There are also some hard requirements that you should meet:
- You are enrolled as a student in i.e. the area of Supply Chain/Operations for the whole period of the internship (if you are a non-EU citizen, you need to be enrolled at a Dutch university);
- You are fluent in English – oral and written;
- You can start September 15th, 2018 for a minimum of 6 months (fulltime);
- You are living close to Zoetermeer, the Netherlands (or willing to relocate).
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