Graduation and internship at Supply Value

Are you doing your bachelor or master's and are you going to graduate this year? Do you want to do your research in the fields of procurement, supply chain or information management? Then keep reading! Supply Value offers various possibilities for master students to combine their research with a challenging internship.

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Graduate or internship at Supply Value?

Supply Value is looking for new talent with clever ideas within procurement, supply chain operations and digital. We have listed a number of topics at the bottom of this page that we would like to explore ourselves, but please contact us if you have a good idea of your own. Each intern has his/her own supervisor at Supply Value. Your supervisor is always there to help you with professional and personal support.

Supply Value does not only help you with practical knowledge, but also with access to our network, our knowledge library and our database. In addition, we keep a close eye on your thesis to make sure it is relevant both from a business and academic point of view. Supply Value consists of the business units procurement, supply chain and operations and digital. As a graduate intern, you will also become a part of one of these teams and we will take you fully into the working method of a rapidly growing consultancy agency.

What do we expect from you?

Depending on the final research, we ask the following from you:

  1. Plan of action;
  2. A (practical) framework based on the results of the study;
  3. Research report with results, conclusions and recommendations;
  4. A relevant publication in a professional journal;
  5. Organizing a workshop or webinar(s) about the results in cooperation with international branch organization;
  6. The final thesis.

What can you expect from us?

  • A personal supervisor;
  • Practical knowledge of your supervisor and other colleagues at Supply Value;
  • Support to ensure both academic and business relevance;
  • Access to our business network of procurement, supply chain and digital professionals in public and private organizations (for possible surveys or interviews);
  • Access to our knowledge library;
  • An open and passionate professional culture;
  • A monthly compensation with a bonus structure.

Your profile?

  • We prefer someone who is going to graduate in a Master in the field of (technical) business administration, economics, supply chain management, procurement management, information management, computer science or similar Masters;
  • You have affinity with consultancy;
  • You belong to the top 20% of academic students (we test this with a capacity test);
  • You speak and write the Dutch language excellently;
  • You are driven to achieve the highest possible results;
  • You are independent and proactive;
  • On your CV you will find extra curricular activities;
  • You are ambitious, conscientious and critical;
  • You're an open-minded team player.

The selection procedure consists first of a CV round, then a first introductory interview, followed by an assessment in the form of a capacity test. Finally, a second interview follows and if both parties are enthusiastic, we will make you an offer.

Als je graag meer informatie wilt over ons afstudeertraject, dan kun je onze recruiter Mike Reijnen bereiken via 0880555999 / 06 10 68 45 09 or via m.reijnen@supplyvalue.nl 

Stel Mike direct een vraag via WhatsApp

Possible topics

Below you will find a list of possible topics to combine your graduation with an internship at Supply Value. Of course, it is also possible to choose a suitable subject yourself.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of a warehouse management system (WMS), map the business case for a warehouse management system and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of a warehouse control system (WCS), also map out the business case for a WCS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of a transport management system (TMS), map the business case for a transport management system and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of an integrated business planning system (IBPS), map the business case for an IPBS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of a Production Management System (PMS), also map out the business case for a PMS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), map the business case for an ERP and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of (different forms of) robotization within a warehouse, map the business case for a robotization and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of RFID within supply chains, map the business case for an RFID and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of a contract management system (CMS), map the business case for a CMS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of a contract creation system (CCS), map the business case for a CCS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of a purchase 2 pay (P2P), map the business case for a P2P and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of a source 2 contract (S2C), also map out the business case for an S2C and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of a vendor management system (VMS), map the business case for a VMS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of a spedn analytics system (SAS), map the business case for a SAS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of a supply chain visibility system (SCVS), map the business case for an SCVS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of a service management system (SMS), map the business case for an SMS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of a Security Information & Event Management tools (SIEM), map the business case for a SIEM and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of an electronic client file (ECD), map out the business case for an ECD and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Investigate the success and failure factors in the adoption of ehealth Healthcare technology (ehealth), map the business case for an ehealth and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Research the success and failure factors in the adoption of Asset Management Systems (AMS), map out the business case for an AMS and create an overview of the available solutions, their functionalities, strengths and weaknesses.

Is your ideal subject not listed here, but would you like to graduate at Supply Value? Feel free to contact us to discuss the possibilities for your graduation research.