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• Starts Aug 11

Supply Chain Operations Intern (Fall 2024)

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BMW Group

23d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • You must have a degree in Industrial Engineering, Supply Chain Management, or related field with a GPA of 3.4+. Strong technical skills and ability to work full-time in the U.S. are a must. Be ready to complete 3 alternating work terms and pass a substance abuse test.
  • You will optimize material control, develop IT solutions, create visualization tools, optimize processes, improve MRP, lead team meetings, work on sustainability projects, and implement digitalization and automation initiatives.

Off-cycle Internship



  • Innovation is imagining what’s NEXT when no one else can. Shaping your future starts here, as we believe our Gen>NEXT students are the future leaders of BMW. Our vision is to secure BMW Manufacturing’s excellence by attracting the best of the best. We believe in creating a hands-on environment where you can directly impact the future of mobility. You will be guided and mentored throughout inspiring tasks and projects. As one of our Gen>NEXT students, you will be part of the team from day one and encouraged to add new ideas and value to the business.
  • We connect the network with integrated supply chain solutions to safeguard production. Ensuring parts supply at the right time, right place, quantity, and quality for continuous production. The Focus of our department is Material Control, Transportation Control and Delivery Assurance. We are the Gatekeepers of the supply chain for the ultimate driving machine.


  • The ideal candidate will have completed (or is in the process of receiving) a degree in Industrial Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Computer Science, or a related field.
  • A GPA of 3.4 or above (preferred).
  • Candidate must have strong interpersonal and technical skills (experience using Power BI, SQL, Data Lake, etc. is a bonus).
  • Possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (not just in major).
  • Have full-time status at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States.
  • Completed at least 30 credit hours at time of application.
  • Ability to complete 3 alternating work terms for Co-op positions.
  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours / week).
  • Transfer students must have a GPA from current university.
  • Complete and pass a substance abuse test before the work term.

Education requirements

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Area of Responsibilities



  • Addressing the areas of uncertainty for material control – forecast errors, yield losses, issues in the timing of demand and the timing of supply (random lead times). Finding alternatives to the current solution which is to carry safety stock.
  • Development of concepts / IT solutions in support of essential daily tasks.
  • Creating and maintaining visualization tools, material planning dashboard, etc.
  • Optimize the processes for the availability of materials, components, and products for planned production and for customer delivery.
  • Define the lowest possible level of inventory.
  • Understanding the uncertainty of the MRP in the body shop area, finding improvements and increasing planning efficiencies.
  • Support with process mapping of the business and support documentation of standard processes.
  • Using resources to support overall planning activities.
  • Ability to lead team meetings and give presentations.
  • Smart Container Management.
  • KPI Dashboards.
  • Data Analytics and Visualization.
  • Sustainability (Reduction of CO2 emissions, e.g. E-Trucks).
  • Continuous Improvement Projects.
  • Digitalization Projects.
  • Value Stream Mapping.
  • Part Defect Reduction.
  • Digitalization of Shipments.
  • Robotic Process Automation.


Work type

Full time

Work mode


Start date

Aug 11, 2024