Monday, 4 July 2016

Supply Chain Graduate-in-Training Programme at Goodyear 2016

Are you at a crossroads – trying to decide who is the best company to join to get you on a path to a successful career?
The Goodyear Graduate-in-Training Programme provides the platform for you to refine your skills and make a difference in an exciting ever changing industry. It is benchmarked to world-class standards and strengthened by the principle of shared responsibility between the company and participants for their growth and development.

Our two year programme will afford you an opportunity to learn from top-quality professionals of a global company that is a leader in tyre innovation. The programme is well structured and consists of on-the-job training, formal training, self-development, leadership as well as professional development.
Do you want exposure to a diverse environment operating in various functions and collaborating with most business areas, like finance, sales & marketing and manufacturing? Are you keen to challenge the status quo? 
1. Logistics Execution - Gain exposure to all aspects of warehousing, long haul transportation and local distribution.  
What are we looking for: We seek candidates who have strong interpersonal skills, are highly analytical and quick decision makers.
Qualifications: Degree in Logistics Management or BSc Industrial Engineering
Company: Goodyear South Africa
Location: Uitenhage
2. Supply Chain Planning – Gain exposure to Demand Planning and Supply Planning.
What are we looking for: We looking for: We seek candidates who are highly analytical, passionate about numbers and eager to challenge the status quo.
Qualifications: BCom with any of the following as majors: Econometrics, Statistics, Business Management or Economics
Company: Goodyear South Africa
Location: Uitenhage
*Drivers license required
Apply for one of the following opportunities in our supply chain department with your full academic record and curriculum vitae before the 8th of August here: logistics@focuspersonnel.co.za

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