Duke Energy Supply Chain Intern in Charlotte, North Carolina

Title: Supply Chain Intern Location: North Carolina-Charlotte-DE Busn Svcs-Headquarters (093) Job Number: 140316

The Supply Chain Associate Summer Intern Program is designed to provide college students the opportunity to work within the Supply Chain team. The role can lead to a long term career in supply chain or be a stepping stone to other opportunities. Interns will have the opportunity to gain experience in various Duke Energy functional areas, including Sourcing, Inventory Management, Warehouse Operations, Inventory Optimization, Process Improvement and Supply Chain Strategy. Our supply chain professionals often manage categories of spend and lead cross functional teams to develop and implement sourcing strategies. These teams typically consist of supply chain, engineering, operations, or other functional staff. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in these activities and gain valuable experience with our business and exposure to leaders throughout the company. Interns will be assigned to one of our functional supply chain groups supporting Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Gas, Enterprise, Strategic Projects or the Supply Chain Strategy & Operations area.

Job Activities may include:

Assignment within Strategic Sourcing supporting category management, sourcing, procurement and contract related initiatives Participation in cross functional teams to identify and implement process improvement solutions Data analysis and summary conclusions Research of sourcing categories and financial analysis of suppliers Work effectively with internal and external customers Track market conditions and sources of supplies that may impact future procurement

Working Conditions:

This position will be located in Charlotte, North Carolina Office environment Site walk downs as necessary Qualifications:

Basic Qualifications:

Currently enrolled and pursuing a four year (BS) degree at an accredited College or University in Supply Chain, Finance, Engineering, Economics or Business Cumulative GPA of at least 2.75 Experience using Microsoft based programs for creating spreadsheets, documents, databases and advanced forms

Desired Qualifications:

Possess good interpersonal skills and influencing abilities Cumulative GPA of at least 3.00 Experience with researching information on the web Sourcing and/or negotiation experience Project Management experience Industrial Engineering or Supply Chain focus course work Experience with analytics Experience with creative design Job: Administration