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Liberty Mutual Insurance
DescriptionDescription Liberty Mutual's internship program gives you the chance to work on a variety of critical business assignments, test your skills, use your academic knowledge and match your interests to a real job. As a Corporate Procurement intern at Liberty Mutual, you will develop knowledge about building a portfolio of preferred suppliers and strategic partnerships to align business objectives with vendor capabilities to support expense management initiatives, improve order efficiency ensure service quality, and promote best practices. You will focus on developing the skills necessary for success by assisting professionals with day-to-day job assignments. You may be assigned to additional training or project work. The Company's internship program is intended to provide students the opportunity to practice business skills learned in school while gaining work experience. This is your chance to check out Liberty Mutual as a potential employer. We will provide you with the tools and resources to be successful. Your internship supervisor and the University Relations team are always available to make sure you are benefiting from your experience. An online community of hundreds of interns will provide a collegial environment to help with your transition from school to work. You'll participate in educational and social programs that will help your development. And you may qualify for scholarships that will help with tuition costs. Responsibilities:
- Analyze and identify process improvement opportunities
- Develop and enhance monthly supplier scorecards and reporting
- Research and update Liberty Mutual Procurement best practices
- Support planning and installation of Supplier Information Management tool for supplier and category management.
- Support Category Management teams with developing value added services for stakeholders
- Install a Supplier management tool that establishes a consolidated source for supplier and category management
- Possess strong communication, organizational, analytical and project management skills.
- Familiar with information systems, software applications and analyzing quantitative information.
- Supply Chain Management majors in their sophomore or junior year of study preferred.
- Minimum 3.0 GPA.
- Able to begin internship by June 9, 2014