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25Nov

Operations Internship

Colony Brands, Inc., Monroe, WI

The Operations Internship will begin in June and end in December 2020.

What You’ll Do & Learn
Operations Interns will work with the Assistant Managers to coordinate and direct the receiving movement, production and shipping of product and gifts so that quality and efficiency are maintained throughout the department. You will be responsible for meeting daily production needs throughout the facility. In addition, you will be responsible for:
• Working with Senior Supervisors on the coordination of daily warehouse functions
• Assisting in training the temporary warehouse employees
• Analyzing and or developing new warehouse functions
• Analyzing current operations methods while researching other methods that may deliver increased efficiencies
• Reviewing and updating all procedures pertaining to the production operations environment
• Communicating work in progress status to other Supervisors throughout the shift

Qualifications

This role requires highly driven individuals with the ability to give clear and concise instructions with a strong knowledge of supervisory procedures and concepts. Ideally you will be working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Supply Chain Logistics, Production or Operations Management, Industrial Technology Management, Business Management, General Management or related majors. In addition, we are looking for:
• Junior or Senior standing, recent graduates may be considered
• A cumulative GPA of 2.80 or higher
• Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills to effectively motivate a wide-range of individuals
• Ability to work overtime and weekends as necessary

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ID 746562
Location
Monroe, WI
Positions 1
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Education Some College

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