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Careers & Outcomes

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the number of supply chain management jobs will grow by 5+% annually over the next decade and 22% in the next two years alone. The Massey College of Business will prepare you for an exciting career in a field experiencing wonderful growth and demand. Potential career options are below:

Supply Planner

Supply planners, also known as supply chain planners, form a key part of the logistics department of a company. Their job is to anticipate and maintain stock levels to ensure the business runs smoothly. They perform routine stock inspections, anticipate market changes and ensure inventory levels are financially feasible.

Sales & Operations Planner

A sales and operations planner ensures a consistent production plan by matching manufacturers’ supply with demand. They work with the sales department and collaborate with all functions of the business to create an organized process.

Demand Planner

The demand planner is at the origin of the panning process and a foundational player in logistic optimization. Demand planners drive the demand and inventory levels. 

Distribution Manager

Distribution managers analyze existing processes and propose improvements and new methods to control costs and enhance customer satisfaction while also managing the distribution of products, parts and inventory.

Logistics Manager

A logistics manager is responsible for overseeing the purchasing and distribution of products in a supply chain. They manage the warehouse and maintain large schedules of deliveries and shipments.

Supply Chain Management can open a world of career possibilities. Other potential fields of employment include as a Purchasing Manager, Operations Manager, Data Scientist, Information Technologist and more.