What Can I do With a Degree in Supply and Logistics Management?
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Advising & Career Services has a variety of resources to help students explore potential career fields. These resources include information about typical responsibilities, qualifications, career paths, job outlook, salary, and related careers.
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- Quality Assurance Manager
- Operations Manager
- American Society of Transportation & Logistics (AST&L)
- APICS — The Educational Society for Resource Management
- Council of Logistics Management (CLM)
- National Association of Purchasing Management — Oregon
- The International Society of Logistics (SOLE) — "is a non-profit international professional society composed of individuals organized to enhance the art and science of logistics technology, education and management. SOLE was founded in 1966 as the Society of Logistics Engineers."
- What can I do with a Major in...Information Systems & Operations Management — Produced by the Career Services Center at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
- Purchasers and Buyers — Occupational Outlook Handbook.
- Careers in Supply Management — From the National Association of Purchasing Management.
- Logistics: What Can I Do With This Major? — Outlines common career areas, identifies typical employers, and suggests general strategies to enhance employability. From Career Services at the University of Tennessee.
Supply & Logistics Management majors may find employment in a variety of fields depending on their skills and experience. Career-related internships or career-related part-time jobs may be a prerequisite to finding professional-level employment after graduation.
The following list of employers and job titles was primarily derived from Advising & Career Services' jobs database where the employer specifically requested supply and logistics management majors. This list does not reflect all potential places of employment or kinds of jobs for information systems majors. This list does not reflect current openings.
- Columbia Sportwear Company — Apparel Manufacturing Operations Coordinator
- Greenbrier Companies, The — Logistics Coordinator
- Lacrosse Footwear, Inc. — Inventory Analyst
- Leatherman Tool Group — Sourcing Specialist II
- Leupold & Stevens, Inc. — Supply Chain Manager
- Yakima Products — Logistics Project Leader
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Logistics — "A guide to logistics, freight, transportation, warehousing, distribution, supply, maintenance, manufacturing, management, reliability, mathematics, business, and quality sites on the web."