For Spring 2022

As a Supply Chain co-op, you will work with our team to coordinate the timely gathering of accurate information, develop and optimize a supply chain framework, review the output, and work with teams to determine the achievable supply chain value based on the recommended changes. In addition, you will learn to identify opportunities to improve productivity, quality, and cost via data and process analysis and technology adoption. Participate in designing and implementing new supply chain protocols across Markforged’s network of contract manufacturers, suppliers, and fulfillment centers. Serve as a change agent to align internal and external partners to drive transformative initiatives. Identify and recommend value-added new processes, quantifies value, and recommends adoption plans.

Opportunities Abound for our Co-Ops!

In this role, you may be exposed to any of the following:

  • Identify, gather, and synthesize raw operational and supply chain data for analysis. Determine data and process anomalies and recommends action plans for resolution.
  • Present actionable insights to drive data clean up, process improvement, compliance, improved technology utilization, or new technology adoption.
  • Assist in the development of decision support tools and financial models to analyze the cost/benefit tradeoffs.
  • Collaborate with Supply Chain and other cross-functional teams, management, and consultants to help drive successful design, implementation, and sustainability of supply chain solutions.
  • Document business requirements, functional and system design, processes, and procedures.
  • Perform data management through a combination of data mining, data modeling, data analysis, and/or problem analysis.
  • Develop implementation plans to achieve agreed-upon supply chain functionality and capability.  Analyze various "what-if" supply chain scenarios to prepare a cost/benefit analysis of proposed change.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with key cross-functional teams
  • Recognize and drive step-change improvements in model performance and functionality
  • Root causes and resolves instances of missing/incomplete information and inconsistencies/anomalies 

Additional Possibilities

  • Track KPIs and report on supply chain's performance
  • Support consistency and standardization across the organization, especially around data
  • Management, governance, and process adherence
  • Inventory and Scrap analysis - Perform statistical analysis on inventory counts, verification of write-offs/ ons.  Recommends and implements improvement initiatives.
  • Drive Transaction Integrity and accuracy for inventory movements within ERP.
  • Coordinate Key Period End Efforts for 
    • Period Systems Transaction Reconciliation 
    • Inventory Reconciliation 
    • Cross-functional communications

What you have

    • Working toward a Bachelor’s Degree in Logistics, Supply Chain, Business or Engineering
    • Specialized knowledge in any of the following:
      • Inventory Management and Reconciliation
      • Process Development, Design & documentation.
      • Functional ERP transactional experience
      • Data structure for supply chain systems
      • Metrics reporting experience
    • Skills:
      • Passion for efficiency 
      • Strong Communication skills
      • Ability to react quickly to changing priorities
      • Self-motivated and self-directed, with a positive attitude
      • Demonstrated problem-solving abilities
      • Manages multiple projects with sharp attention to detail
      • Strong analytical skills
      • Organized
      • Google Apps
Why Markforged?
Help us reinvent manufacturing. 
We are reinventing manufacturing so that engineers can build anything they imagine.
 
We are one team that wins together!
You will be engaging every day with passionate and dedicated individuals in a collaborative environment working towards making best-in-class products.
 
Perks & Benefits
For all US-based roles, we offer a competitive compensation package and a full suite of benefits, including medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401(k), parental leave, commuter benefits, open PTO policy, and more. Our work environment includes casual dress, a fully stocked kitchen, bike storage, free parking, weekly catered lunches, and fitness perks. You will have unlimited access to our 3D printers for professional and personal parts!
 
Please be aware that the Company requires all employees [who are required to work onsite, whether regularly or sporadically] to be vaccinated for COVID-19. This position will require the successful candidate to show proof of a vaccination. The Company is an equal opportunity employer, and will provide reasonable accommodation to those individuals who are unable to be vaccinated consistent with federal, state, and local law.
 
Markforged values the differences among our employees and provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment. These differences include but are not limited to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military. This goal emphasizes the development of inclusive work environments that capitalize on each employee’s skills, experience, and unique perspectives as we strive to achieve an unparalleled standard of excellence.
 
To all recruitment agencies: Markforged does not accept agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs alias or Markforged employees. Markforged is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.
 
 
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