Overview of SC Major and Jobs SP16

Overview of SC Major and Jobs SP16 - Operations Supply...

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Operations & Supply Chain Management Operations & Supply Chain Management Instructors Instructors Mr. Bradley Ashbaugh Dr. Cecil Bozarth Mr. Donavon Favre Ms. Tracy Freeman Dr. Rob Handfield Mr. Steve Haynes Dr. Christian Rossetti Dr. Jeff Stonebraker Dr. Don Warsing Dr. Eda Kemahlioglu-Ziya
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OM/SCM Overview, p. 2 Ops and SCM Ops and SCM Operations Management —Managing the people, technology, materials, and systems used to produce your company’s products or services. Supply Chain Management —Managing the flow of goods, services, and information between your company, your suppliers, and your customers.
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OM/SCM Overview, p. 3 Why Major in Ops and SCM? Why Major in Ops and SCM? Numerous career opportunities Interesting and challenging work Strong job placement Good pay Wide variety of work experiences Bloomberg Businessweek ranked NC State Poole College of Management #6 in the nation for operations management In summary, Ops and SCM ROCK!
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Why Major in Ops and SCM? Why Major in Ops and SCM? 84.2% of the Ops/SCM students had accepted a job after graduation; the highest within PCOM Salary Mean $53K / PCOM $49K Salary Median $54K / PCOM $51K Data from May 2015 OM/SCM Overview, p. 4 PCOM’s Future Plans Survey from 2015 revealed:
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OM/SCM Overview, p. 5 Why Major in Ops and SCM? Why Major in Ops and SCM? No. 14: Supply Chain Manager Average Base Salary: $106,632 Number of Job Openings: 1,667 A supply chain manager works with a company's vendors to buy parts, materials, and supplies for building the company's products.
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