Website General Mills
Who We Are
We exist to make food the world loves. But we do more than that. General Mills is a place that prioritizes being a force for good, a place to expand learning, a place to explore new perspectives and a place to reimagine new possibilities, every day. We look for people who want to bring their best — bold thinkers with big hearts who challenge one another and grow together. Because becoming the undisputed leader in food means surrounding ourselves with people who are hungry for what’s next.
Supply Chain Overview
General Mills’ supply chain is one of the most respected supply chains in the industry. Global Supply Chain makes food the world loves. They buy ingredients to make our products, design services and equipment, create and package food and distribute our products. Sourcing’s role is to partner with stakeholders to globally source required goods and services to drive highest value (quality, service, cost, and safety) for General Mills.
Interns will experience a robust 10-week program leading business critical projects. Interns are located at our corporate headquarters in Minneapolis, MN.
What You’ll Be Doing
Global Sourcing Operations partners with General Mills’ regions and global center to drive continuous improvement through standard process, enable the organization through insight and analytics, and deliver knowledge and training. As a Sourcing Analyst Intern, you will:
- Lead continuous global and regional process improvement aimed at delivering process excellence within Sourcing.
- Proactively identify process and capabilities ‘’best practices’’ to help General Mills drive savings and efficiencies across the globe
- Work closely with Buying teams to support best-in-class strategic sourcing initiatives
- Complete Analysis of key Sourcing data to identify trends and opportunities
IS THIS YOU?
- Strong interpersonal skills, high learning agility, analytical and decision- making skills
- Entrepreneurial qualities necessary for managing risk and leading change
- Curiosity and passion for learning and continuous improvement
- Pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Supply Chain Management, Economics or Business (any concentrations e.g. Finance, Marketing, etc.)
- 3.0+ GPA (typically)