Lear’s Supply Chain Development Program allows college graduates the opportunity to experience four, six-month rotations that provide exposure to various areas of Supply Chain across Lear’s Electrical and Seating divisions.
Being a part of the program will allow you to have an immediate impact on key business needs and decision-making. Members are also offered the opportunity to volunteer at local organizations and charities and to assist with recruiting efforts and university relations.
Members of the Supply Chain Development Program will rotate among the following groups:
Opportunity to work in Advanced or Commodity Purchasing teams. Responsibilities include owning supplier relationships & RFQ cycles for new programs.
Opportunity to work in North American or Global Logistics teams. Responsibilities include transportation network planning, procurement and optimization.
Strategy & Operations
Opportunity to work in Supply Chain Planning and Operations teams. Responsibilities include managing inventory levels and stabilizing the planning process.
Opportunity to work in the Engineering Clean Sheet team. Responsibilities include developing material, manufacturing and modeling data to create cost estimations.
Opportunity to work in a Materials Management role at a manufacturing facility. Responsibilities include material flow management and identifying manufacturing cost savings opportunities.
- Preferred majors: Supply Chain Management, Engineering or Business
- Solid analytical skills, problem solving, collaborating with global teams
- Ability to travel internationally
- Previous internship experience in the field of Supply Chain or related discipline preferred
Currently we are only recruiting for this program at Michigan State University, University of Michigan, Wayne State University and Western Michigan University.