With more than 50+ years of consecutive growth, we’ve created a dynamic workplace where over 36,000 employees worldwide are empowered to grow and add to our entrepreneurial culture.
To support our continued growth, we’re looking to add new talent, like you, to our team! Our people are genuine, creative, and proactive problem solvers who have access to leadership for rapid alignment to make decisions driven by what’s right for our customers.
Medline offers entry-level candidates benefits and experiences that strengthen personal and professional development, such as recognition programs and awards, employee resource groups, volunteer opportunities through ESG, employee appreciation week, competitive healthcare benefits and so much more.
Medline is seeking highly talented and career-minded professionals who will begin employment within the Supply Chain Analyst Rotational Program (SCARP). SCARP is a two year program in which analysts complete about three rotations prior to graduating into a regular position of greater responsibility. SCARP focuses on further developing and growing analysts into well-rounded business professionals through gaining strong, foundational education and training in Supply Chain. SCARP is a highly visible program, supported by senior leaders of Medline Supply Chain.
During the two year program, analysts will rotate through various Supply Chain departments such as Demand Planning, Production Planning, Inventory Management, Logistics, Master Data, and Analytics. The analysts will be assigned a SCARP mentor who will counsel them throughout the program.
The SCARP program offers extensive training through each rotation that focuses on the development of analysts’ core competencies such as leadership, communication, and problem solving, as well as technical competencies in the context of Medline such as supply planning, data analysis, and financial planning. SCARP also has a robust performance management process focused on continuous development.
Graduates of SCARP are expected to take future leadership positions within the company as they advance their careers.
The challenging responsibilities of the position include:
- Performs complex analysis of information, problems, and/or data and makes recommendations for improvement.
- Tracks, monitors and measures the benefit of implemented solutions for complex issues.
- Proactively communicates perceived risks and recommendations to mitigate to leadership.
- Produces metrics involving complex issues.
- Develops, analyzes and disseminates moderately complex reports.
- Builds productive internal/external working relationships to work collaboratively. Shares knowledge with the team.
- Resolves complex issues.
- Receives general instructions on routine work, detailed instructions on new projects or assignments.
- Recommends streamlined processes and process improvements to more senior staff members. Assists in driving change as needed.
- Bachelor's degree in supply chain, industrial engineering, or related field
- Senior standing with a 3.0 minimum GPA preferred
- Previous experience in supply chain, operations, or related field
- Strong analytical ability
- Advanced level skill in Microsoft Excel (Pivot Tables, Macros, regression analysis)
- Experience collaborating with teams and presenting to groups
- Willing to travel up to 20% of the time for business purposes (within state and out of state)
- Data analytical tools (SQL, R, Python, SAS, MS Access) preferred
- Unrestricted permanent US work authorization
Please be aware that Medline requires all employees starting in this position to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This position will require the successful candidate to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated by their start date. Medline is an equal opportunity employer, and will provide reasonable accommodations to those individuals who are unable to be vaccinated for COVID-19 consistent with federal, state, and local law.
Medline’s policy is to employ the best qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity/gender expression, disability, and citizenship status as a veteran with a disability or veteran of the Vietnam Era.