SCSI Internship Program (Professor/Student Communication) Overview This program is to provide students (a program that has a transfer agreement with an accredited university) a full-time internship opportunity at Supply Chain Services International (SCSI). The goal of the program is to expose the students to the type of work performed by SCSI.
Work Schedule A full-time work load is anticipated to be 40 hours. There may be an opportunity and/or need for overtime, but this is not always the case. The standard work week is Monday through Friday and start times may vary. We encourage interns to plan their vacations before or after their scheduled internship.
Requirements A valid driver license is required as the intern may be asked to visit other sites or attend out of office meetings. Proof of eligibility to work in the United States. Work boots with steel toe protection (any other safety equipment will be supplied by SCSI) Copy of current transcript (unofficial copy would be accepted).
Description Depending upon project workloads at the sites, interns may be assisting in one or more of the following disciplines: Logistics Quality Containment In addition, depending upon site requirements, the interns may be assisting the site staff in any of the following areas:
Continuous improvement projects Inventory analysis Streamlining processes Developing work instructions and procedures Participating in new process installations or technologies Performing dimensional inspections Advanced quality planning
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At the beginning of the internship the intern will create a document that itemizes what their learning objectives are for their time at SCSI. In the first week of employment the intern will meet with their direct supervisor to discuss their objectives and clarify understanding. A revision will be made at this time if necessary. A copy of the objectives will be forwarded to HR. At least 4 times during the internship the direct report will meet with their supervisor to discuss objective progress There will be a meeting with HR (in person if possible) to review intern progress and discuss SCSI support. In the last week of employment the intern will create a document addressing the following; What they felt they learned throughout the time period, the level of success as related to their learning objectives, what else they could have done to be more successful, what else SCSI could have done to help them be more successful. This will be forwarded to the HR department. In some cases the student will be asked to prepare a PowerPoint presentation on a specific project and present that to senior leadership at SCSI
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