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Based on 674 responses, the job of Supply Chain Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.83 out of 5. On average, Supply Chain Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Supply Chain Manager?

July 2014
"Work Hard And Get Ahead."
Supply Chain Manager:
Be patient and listen. Negotiate with a poker face and walk away if not happy with the deal.
October 2014
"Have Purpose And Strong Fundamentals."
Supply Chain Manager:
Clarity of purpose and strong supply chain fundamentals are the key to success.
October 2014
"Corporate Culture."
Supply Chain Manager:
Pros: Servicing production customers companies in a timely manner. Building good working relations with subordinate staff members.
Cons: Stock shortages and delays in receiving stock from head office.
December 2014
"Seek positions with direct reports."
Supply Chain Manager:
In a large multinational, a great obstacle to making it to the next level can be the perception that you are not prepared to lead a team. Supply Chain teams tend to be small and management positions below the director level can be hard to find.
May 2015
Supply Chain Manager:
Pros: Systems based approch to manufacturing. Working with people to achieve set goals. Flexible working hours.
Cons: High stress levels. Unpaid overtime.
May 2015
"Good experience."
Supply Chain Manager:
Pros: Job satisfaction and healthy work culture.
Cons: Nothing negative but no racial discremination.
June 2015
"No, it was dealing with Electrical Engineering."
Supply Chain Manager:
Pros: Researching information for the project we selected. Then it I presented in a Power point format of what I've learned.
Cons: I fail to understand the purpose of selection to pursue a full time job out of this intern.