From the smallest mechanical parts to 5-ton trucks, Halliburton's Supply Chain organization is responsible for all movement and storage of raw materials and finished goods and services from initial sourcing all the way through delivery to the end user. Key activities within this end-to-end process include purchasing, production planning, order processing and fulfillment, inventory management, manufacturing, transportation, distribution and customer service.
What you'll do
As a member of Halliburton's Supply Chain organization, you'll work with one of two groups: Manufacturing or Procurement, Materials and Logistics (PM&L). In either of these groups, you'll play a big part in managing Halliburton's worldwide inventory, and the work you perform will make a real difference to the Company's bottom line.
You'll develop and implement strategies to ensure that the materials we need around the world arrive at the right locations, at the right time, in the proper quantity and at an acceptable cost. Collectively, these tasks can have a significant impact on the Company's profitability. Some of your responsibilities might include:
- Managing supplier relationships
- Sourcing goods and services globally
- Effectively planning for production and demand
- Managing inventory
- Managing product movements
- Ensuring material quality.
Who we want
We're looking for critical thinkers with a strategic mindset, effective communication skills and a strong commitment to providing outstanding service. You should hold a bachelor- or master-level degree in supply chain, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, industrial management or business.