Jason Inc.
  • 03-Aug-2017 to 02-Oct-2017 (CST)
  • Jason HQ
  • Milwaukee, WI, USA
  • Part Time
  • Supply Chain & Logistics

Founded in 1985 and headquartered in Milwaukee, Jason Industries, Inc. (www.jasoninc.com) is a public company to a global family of manufacturing leaders with four distinct segments serving a variety of end markets: seating, finishing, components and automotive acoustics. The Jason family of companies has a presence in 15 countries and employs more than 4,000 individuals worldwide. 

Located downtown Milwaukee, Jason Industries is offering a paid student internship during the 2017 fall semester. The internship will provide the student with relevant skills in both a corporate and business unit environment. This intern will report to the Director of Sourcing. 

 Responsibilities:

  • Develop a commodity code structure for Jason Inc., based on compiling all of the existing codes into one.  Benchmark external commodity code structures and conduct a gap analysis based on the existing codes. 
  • Obtain spend reports from each business unit with the existing commodity code.  Baseline spend by commodity.
  • Apply the new commodity code structure and matrix spend.  Create comparative spend report.
  • Propose deployment plan for new commodity code structure by business unit and site globally.
  • Deploy updated commodity code structure for FY18 use.
  • Document deployment gaps for countermeasure.

Requirements:

  • Actively pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain
  • Class level: Junior or Senior 
  • Part-time hours will be based on class load, but ideally 10 hrs /wk during the school year and full-time hours in the summer
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint)
  • Must be able to work onsite in downtown Milwaukee and have reliable transportation
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