What you can expect:

• Get to know Parker’s business by working in Supply Chain

• Work at Manufacturing Plants, in Divisions, and support specialist functions

• Learn how to prepare and communicate the rolling forecast (S&OP)

• Implement, monitor and expand processes to balance on-time delivery and inventories

• Manage goods receipts including prioritization in order to avoid capacity constraints

• Work in warehousing from goods receipt, put-away, storage, pick & pack to shipping in close collaboration with the Lean teams

• Familiarize and use procurement best practices, being actively involved in negotiations with suppliers

• Responsibility for your own projects

Your profile should include:

• Master Degree in engineering or business administration and ideally one year work - or internship experience - in a Supply Chain or Engineering environment

• First hand experience in project management is a plus

• Excellent influencing and interpersonal skills

• Initiative, self-starter approach, and strong communications skills

• Geographical flexibility to move to any Parker location both during and upon completion of the program

• Fluent in local language, English and an additional language would be beneficial

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