We seek to develop future leaders with cross-functional experience that can drive outstanding results, embrace and lead change, optimize key performance indicators, recognize risks, and provide significant value and leadership to the organization going forward. It's why we promote growth for talented professionals through programs like the Purchasing & Supplier Quality Leadership Development Program.
The Purchasing & Supplier Quality Leadership Development Program is a two-year rotational program designed to provide future leaders with formidable experience and development opportunities in several functional areas. Rotations involve the management of specific projects in areas such as Purchasing, Supplier Quality, Engineering and Manufacturing, while interfacing closely with the Product Development vehicle teams.
WHAT YOU'LL DO
During your first two years in the Purchasing & Supplier Quality Leadership Development Program (P&SQ-LDP), you will take part in four six-month rotational assignments in your choice of a Purchasing or Supplier Quality track:
Purchasing participants have the opportunity to select project rotations in areas such as Purchasing (Production, Indirect and Service), Supplier Quality, Product Development Programs, Supplier Relations, Risk Management, Process, Methods and Strategy and Manufacturing.
Supplier Quality participants have the opportunity to select project rotations in areas such as Current and Advance Supplier Quality, Warranty Analysis, SQ Operations, Tooling Analysis, Commodity Purchasing and Manufacturing.
As a program participant, you'll have the option to begin your third year of employment in your core functional area—Purchasing or Supplier Quality—or select an additional rotation in a cross-functional area outside P&SQ. You will also take advantage of unique professional development and networking opportunities, and work with an executive sponsor who will guide and facilitate your career progression. WHAT YOU'LL NEED
To be considered for the program, you must meet the following requirements: Purchasing (Business) Track:
A business-related undergraduate degree, such as Supply Chain Management, Finance, International Business, Economics, Accounting, General Business or Entrepreneurship. All degrees must be from an AACSB-accredited program.Supplier Quality (Engineering) Track:
An engineering-related undergraduate degree, including Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial, Materials or Chemical Engineering or Engineering Science. All degrees must be from an ABET-accredited program.
A minimum 3.0 GPA is required. Previous internship experience preferred.
Upon completion of the program, you’ll have the knowledge and experience that can take your career places in our Purchasing and Supplier Quality organization or within any number of functional areas within FCA US.