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Strategy & Operations Manufacturing/Supply Chain advanced degree
Help set strategic direction for global supply chains
As a consultant in our Supply Chain practice, you’ll have the opportunity to develop and improve complex global supply chains. You'll help set strategic directions for the kinds of companies you read about in the news, in industries ranging from aerospace and defense to life sciences and consumer products. You'll work side by side with executives and Deloitte mentors to help tackle our clients’ most intricate delivery challenges.
Deloitte’s Supply Chain practice provides a wide array of services that will allow you to develop your skill set and knowledge base, not only across multiple industries, but across the entire value chain:
- Product Development
- Supply Chain Strategy and Planning
- Sourcing and Procurement
- Logistics and Distribution Operations
- Lean Operations
- Mergers and Acquisitions
What we look for
We are seeking exceptional individuals from a select number of schools.
- An MBA or MS Logistics/Manufacturing/Supply Chain
- More than two years of relevant work experience, preferably in a large company
- Demonstrated results, progression and superior performance in school and work
- Superior interpersonal and communication skills
- Experience in one or more of the following capabilities: Supply Chain Strategy/Planning, Sourcing & Procurement, Product Development, Logistics & Distribution, or Lean Operations
- Strong analytical skills, including proficiency with spreadsheets and databases (MS Excel and MS Access)
- Willingness to travel (required)
Deloitte supports your progression through a well-defined career path by providing challenging assignments, mentoring, and formal training.
During your first two to three years you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of assignments that reflect the range of industries we serve. You will work as a member of a diverse project team, typically between 3 and 10 people. Your responsibilities could include establishing analytical frameworks and conducting complex business client, working with the client to help them achieve the benefits of our services, and adding to the service line’s knowledge base from your project experience.
1-2 years - Develop conclusions from analysis; take responsibility for creating and leading portions of deliverables
2-4 years - Lead and evaluate analysis to draw conclusions and develop insightful recommendations and solutions; design deliverable content
3-6 years - Plan and manage moderately complex engagements; structure, review, and validate analysis and recommendations
4-6 years - Provide overall engagement management; integrate recommendations into a solution for the client
Serve as a trusted advisor to senior client executives; identify sales opportunities; direct engagement management
Learning and development
Through your variety of experiences at Deloitte, you can develop the analytical, communication, and leadership skills that will help you achieve your full potential, no matter what career path you eventually choose. You will be continually challenged by your clients, your team members, and your peers. Along the way, you will have access to mentoring, counseling, and training opportunities to help foster and accelerate your development of new skills and capabilities.
To help guide you through your career, Deloitte provides a number of learning opportunities through its formal university-style learning curriculum. You will start your career at Deloitte with a thorough training session at Deloitte University. In addition to new hire training programs at Deloitte, you can configure your development by taking courses online or in your local office that align with your specific career interests.
The Consultant Training Program helps you develop the “hard” skills needed to understand clients’ problems and formulate thoughtful recommendations, and practice the “soft” skills needed to develop strong internal and external relationships. Part of the learning is through a week-long simulation working with a team of peers to solve a real business problem.
The Senior Consultant Training Program includes seminars on how to manage change, ask the right questions as consultants, framing discussions, and persuasion techniques. Participants work in teams on a simulated client engagement to solve many common client challenges.