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Supply Chain and Logistics Intern

Vadnais Heights, Minnesota;

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H.B. Fuller is a leading global adhesives provider focusing on perfecting adhesives and sealants across all industries throughout the world. While our products are virtually invisible, they play a vital role in ensuring the quality of modern life and we are committed to connecting what matters to solve some of the world's biggest adhesion challenges.

What you can expect from H.B. Fuller's Internship Program:

You’ll be joining a cohort of talented students from a variety of schools across the U.S. We hire interns into the following positions: Process Engineering, R&D, Strategic Sourcing, Technical Sales, Supply Chain, Product Marketing, Information Technology, and more. 

The projects we task our interns to lead are impactful and meaningful to our organization. You’ll be supported by your Manager and Mentor to gain in-depth knowledge of the adhesive industry and collaborate with various departments and functions. We also offer an established path for next-level opportunities - making this internship the starting point for a long-term career path. 

Internship Location: St. Paul, MN.

Our Internship Experience includes: 

  • 12-week paid program beginning the end of May to mid-August to gain insight and knowledge in your field. 

  • Interactive orientation and events with skilled professionals in your field, including managers, directors, and CEO. 

  • Multiple networking, volunteer and fun events – both virtual and in-person. 

  • Impactful projects that make a difference internally and externally for H.B. Fuller. 

  • End of summer final presentation to showcase your career development with support from managers and peers. 

Position Overview:

Supply Chain/Logistics Analyst style role who would be exposed to the daily activities of the group while focusing more on data analytics with a fresh pair of eyes.

Primary Duties:

In this role you will optimize production and freight cost efficiency by analyzing materials that can be manufactured at multiple H.B. Fuller sites. You will also assist Master Planners in reducing slow-moving and obsolete inventory for all hotmelt and waterbased/polymer facilities in North America while also participating in weekly rework assignments and monthly Supply & Demand planning for each site. We have a long 'tail' of slow-moving materials, meaning a high number of SKUs with relatively low individual value, but when taken as a whole, represent a large opportunity to reduce our overall inventory.

The focus of the SIOP team is on the higher value materials, and they undertake detailed reviews and actions to get rid of this inventory. This role would focus on the lower value materials and focus on:

  • understanding why we have ended up with slow moving material (lost business, inventory issues, lot sizing etc.)

  • looking at options to consume material and work with master planners to realize these actions

  • fix any master data etc. to ensure we do not end up with more material (eg. deactivate material, recommend adjusting BOMs to point to an alternate raw material)

Additional projects within transportation will include tare weight validations. There is significant opportunity to cleanse tare weight (packaging and pallet weight) data in our ERP system.  Incorrect tare weight can result in significant reweigh and over capacity charges.  This also leads to inaccurate costing and under billing of prepay and add freight.

Pay is based on several factors including but not limited to education, work experience, certifications, and geographic location.

The salary for this role is $21.00 - $23.00 per hour based on college degree.

In addition to your salary, H.B. Fuller offers employees a competitive total rewards package including comprehensive benefits, incentive and recognitions programs, health & wellness benefits, 401K contributions, paid time off and paid holidays. Eligibility may vary.

H.B. Fuller is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and proud to have created a collaborative culture where employees around the world are seen, heard, and respected. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, or marital status or status as a protected veteran, or any other legally protected classification.

H.B. Fuller does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters, employment agencies, or staffing firms. To conduct business with H.B. Fuller, a written service agreement must be executed by Human Resources prior to submitting any information relating to a potential candidate. Without a signed service agreement, H.B. Fuller shall not be obligated for payment of any fee or compensation.

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