Supply Chain InternSan Diego, California
Job Summary General Atomics (GA), and its affiliated companies, is one of the world’s leading resources for high-technology systems development ranging from the nuclear fuel cycle to remotely piloted aircraft, airborne sensors, and advanced electric, electronic, wireless and laser technologies.
We have an exciting opportunity for an undergraduate Intern to join our Supply Chain team in Rancho Bernardo, California!
Demonstrate the basic knowledge of Supply Chain and Procurement, as well as an understanding of key concepts, related acronyms. Strong communication and collaborative skills, and an enthusiasm to learn and develop into his role. He presents projects and initiatives in a well-defined and well thought out manner, is a good team player and asks relevant questions in a professional manner. Show leadership potential.
Use current education by understanding supply chain management practices, project management principles, theories, concepts, and techniques. In addition participate in supplier meetings, staff meetings, tours, program reviews while gaining valuable educational experience to develop overall professional background.
Assignment may include generating documentation procedures by reviewing and incorporating various internal documentation, interviewing key stakeholders, collaborating with mentors while understanding the fundamentals of supply chain management within the GA process. The business need would be to complete any unfinished parts of assignment which could encapsulate relative addendums, detail flow downs, schematics, overviews etc.
This position is available for undergraduate students to participate in supervised practical training in a professional field, such as Business Administration, Legal, Accounting/Finance, Economics, Communications, etc. Assists in the completion of routine and non-routine tasks; assists in the analysis, investigation and solution of problems; and assists in developing electronic and hard copy documentation as required. Under general supervision, working on routine projects with general instruction and non-routine projects with detailed instructions.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Participates in the day to day activities of assigned functional area assisting in the completion of routine and non-routine tasks.
- Assists in applying knowledge to analyze, investigate and resolve problems.
- Assists in developing electronic and hard copy reports, records, diagrams and charts.
- Responsible for observing all laws, regulations and other applicable obligations wherever and whenever business is conducted on behalf of the Company.
- Expected to work in a safe manner in accordance with established operating procedures and practices.
We recognize and appreciate the value and contributions of individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences and welcome all qualified individuals to apply.
- Typically requires enrollment as an undergraduate student at a recognized college or university.
- Ability to understand new concepts and apply them accurately.
- Ability to follow general and detailed instructions as well as organizational policies and procedures.
- Basic communication and interpersonal skills to enable effective interface with internal professionals.
- Ability to work independently or in a team environment.
- Basic computer skills.
Salary:$38,230 - $56,838
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