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DescriptionJob Description: The GDP Analyst leverages metrics, data analysis as well as extensive interaction with key supply chain partners to influence and communicate business and inventory strategies in order to meet established customer service level goals and inventory targets. Supports servicing the forward-staged CPU supply network including planning and monitoring supply network replenishment activities to ensure Intel achieves excellent customer support at optimal inventory cost.
Responsibilities may be quite diverse in the area of supply chain operations with predominant focus on Intel CPU supply distribution to forward-staged supply network. U.S. experience and education requirements will vary significantly depending on the unique needs of the job. Job assignments are usually for the summer or for short periods during breaks from school. Assignments can be somewhat complex in nature. Work performed within generally defined parameters. Judgment is required in resolving moderately complex problems. Normally receives general instructions on routine work, detailed instructions on new work. May be asked to participate in ad hoc process improvement efforts and/or project teams.
Qualifications and Experience
- Candidate should be working toward Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering or Supply Chain Management
- Must have the unrestricted right to work in the US without requiring sponsorship
- Must have strong Microsoft Excel skills;
- SAP knowledge/experience is a plus
- Evidence of success in a team environment is important as are tolerance of ambiguity, self-motivation, and flexibility to adapt to new situations.
- Familiarity with and demonstrated application of Lean rules and principles to drive process improvement is highly desired
Skills that will help you be successful in this internship:
- Strong written, presentation, and communication skills are required.
- Ability to effectively collaborate with and communicate strategies and actions to supply chain partners
- Ability to utilize tools and data to identify and explain performance to key business metrics
- Ability to apply analytic skills to identify trends/issues and process improvement opportunities
- Ability to use a logical, systematic and sequential approach to problem identification and definition; ability to formulate plans to resolve
- Ability to gain support for ideas, proposals, projects and solutions by understanding the needs of business partners.