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Join our team of fearless optimists. Let’s invent a better now, together.

The DuPont Field Engineering & Supply Chain Development Program provides young professionals and recent graduates with the opportunity to become catalysts for change–transforming industries and improving everyday life. With an accelerated approach to career development, the program combines immersive assignments with formal education, networking, mentoring and leadership exposure through on-the-job rotational experiences.


Participants are encouraged to forge their own path by rotating through a series of two-to-three-year assignments across different businesses, locations, and functions including Operations & Engineering, Global Procurement, and Science & Innovation. Successful engineering and supply chain candidates will complete a minimum of two assignments but may complete up to five. Complete geographic flexibility is required to enable a greater pool of possibilities and diversity of cross-functional experiences.


Since the program began in 1903, thousands of alumni have advanced through the company ranks to become senior leaders, executives, and even CEOs– and we want you to be next! We’re looking for people who are ready to take on the most complex problems to improve the here-and-now. People who are curious, creative, and ready to challenge the status quo and bring about meaningful change.


Join us and create the legacy you want to leave!

Position Specific Information

We have a variety of meaningful positions that provide opportunities for personal and professional development while contributing to DuPont through implementing procurement best practices, driving competitively advantaged supply of materials and services, and optimizing distribution networks.

Asset Scheduler – Accountable for day-to-day activities required to create and maintain detailed production/supply schedules based on the master scheduling input or established pull signals. Point person between the supply organization and plant to clearly define / understand short term production issues and supply needs between the organizations. Utilizes detailed capacity plans, and interfaces with area managers and supervisors and/or production teams.

[SR1] Distribution Requirements Planner – Executes transactions and tracks movement of products associated with the distribution requirements plan, including domestic movements, imports and exports. Ensures that international material movements and tracking information are consistent with regulatory requirements. Serves as the point of contact for issues related to ensuring the efficient movement of material in support of minimum inventories and specified customer service level. Monitors metrics, conducts root cause analysis and takes corrective actions to address domestic/interregional supply movement issues. Assists in the resolution of issues related to supply, carrier, order placement and other supply chain issues to execute the distribution requirements plan.

Material Planner – Accountable for the formal planning and execution of all tactical level processes required to secure and manage raw materials, packaging materials, and semi-finished materials, based on a forward looking production plan. This includes scheduling and managing delivery, storage, staging, and movement of materials. Responsible to create and maintain valid plans for the acquisition of parts and materials. “Valid plans” are plans for which the materials are needed and for which the resources are available to provide those materials.

Demand Coordinator – Responsible for daily activities required to generate the demand forecast. Uses forecast tools. Responsible for compiling raw input, historical data, and trend information to deliver raw forecast and market input for further refinement via the sales and operations planning process

Business Process Specialist – Provides analysis, input and collaborates on business process improvements. May develop and run reports and analysis from various systems. Provides program coordination. Maintains program schedules. Researches and analyzes program issues. Recommends solutions. Coordinates appropriate resources as needed.

Preferred Skills

We are seeking candidates that have a passion for exploring cross-functional assignments within Global Procurement, Supply Chain, and Integrated Operations. Successful candidates have demonstrated leadership capabilities, are creative problem solvers, have an intellectual curiosity, and thrive in ambiguity.

Other preferred skills include six sigma green belt certification (or willingness to become certified in the first 24 months), digital data fluency, experience building sustainable customer relationships, business acumen, program management, and process improvement.

Program and Position Requirements

The DuPont Field Engineering & Supply Chain Development Program seeks top talent. To be considered for enrollment, candidates must meet the following requirements:

·        Pursuing or hold a Bachelor’s, Master’s, Supply Chain/Operations Management, Industrial Engineering, or Business from an accredited college or university

·        GPA of 3.0 or higher (out of 4.0 scale)

·        Minimum of 6 months of paid co-op or internship experience in Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Logistics, Engineering, Operations Management, or related fields

·        Maximum of 3 years of industry work experience

·        100% Geographic flexibility to allow for best career development fit

·        A four-year company commitment to complete a minimum of two assignments (usually 18-24 months per assignment)

·        Legal right to work in the United States without restriction

·        No visa sponsorships