Co-Op Internship - Supply Chain Management, Procurement &
Texas Instruments Inc
Co-Op/Internship work term location: Dallas, Texas
Co-Op/Internship work term: Fall 2005 or Spring 2006. Work times could flex to accommodate
As a Texas Instruments procurement Co-Op/Intern, you'll be assigned a challenging project that will
allow you to apply the Procurement and Logistics knowledge you have gained in college. Don’t let this
outstanding opportunity pass you by! This is your chance to gain practical business, technical and life
experience as part of Texas Instruments’ (TI) exciting student program.
Potential projects include:
Defining and developing efficient sourcing processes that support our strategies
Reducing transactional workload and cycle time through innovative solutions and systems
Identifying cost reduction opportunities through innovative programs such as supplier managed
inventory, second sourcing, and reverse auctions
Working with suppliers, wafer fab management, and engineering groups to implement cost
Improving ROI on service contracts
Managing suppliers for improvement in pricing and performance worldwide
Working with overseas manufacturers to build a competitive advantage for TI by procuring from
low cost regions
Process Purchase Orders
Minimum 3.0 overall GPA
Successfully pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in a related filed
Values that are consistent with TI's ethics and business philosophy
Authorization to work in the U.S. on an indefinite basis without sponsorship
The ability to provide closed-loop communication to internal customers, manage complex situations,
and prioritize multiple projects is essential.
Knowledge of the procurement process and supply chain management is essential. Good customer focus
and team negotiation skills are needed.
Our Procurement and Logistics group plays a critical role in supporting the backbone of TI’s business.
As the world leader in digital signal processing and analog technologies, TI is driving the real-time
technologies that help people communicate. Here’s your chance to be part of the action!
If you've got what it takes, you've earned the right to apply. Submit your resume! If you are interested in
this opportunity you should complete the attached survey and e-mail it back to my attention along with a
copy of your resume. E-mail your resumes via UTD CareerWorks system.