How SCLP works
The Supply Chain Leadership Program (SCLP) is a world class rotational program. This award-winning program allows you to solve complex, real-world problems, receive on-going guidance from our senior executives and work with a cohort of future supply chain leaders.
This program serves as the main avenue to recruit, engage, hire, and develop participants through training, mentorship, and high-impact projects and roles within our supply chain. You will be expected to deliver and drive measurable business impact, while preparing you to be a future leader in our Global Procurement and Supply Chain (GPSC) organization.
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Over 24 months, you will participate in four six-month rotations, one of which is at a location abroad. Rotations are across various supply chain functions from global commodity management and supply chain solutions to advanced sourcing and materials management.
You will lead high-visibility projects that support strategic objectives and career development. Each rotation gives you an incredible and unique opportunity to build on your skills and knowledge, while learning new ones.
Learning and development
SCLP provides comprehensive training and experiences to enable you to reach your career goals. You will undergo periodic trainings during and at the end of each rotation, featuring topics like negotiations, presenting with impact, and effective leadership.
You’ll receive guided career development throughout the program, using best-in-class assessment tools as well as individual feedback and coaching.
As a member of your cohort, you will receive mentorship from senior leaders including GPSC’s executive staff as well as Flex’s Chief Supply Chain and Procurement Officer to understand their career progression and learn from their vast and varied experiences. Senior SCLP members and alumni will also guide and give you insights on how to navigate the Flex culture and make the most of your experience.
When you join the SCLP, you automatically become part of a cohort of future leaders. More than just peers, they will be your support structure, your teachers, your friends, and your family! Participants are graduates from top universities with a focus on supply chain and operations.
Social events and volunteering
While it’s important that we work hard, we also want to have fun together and make sure we give back to our communities. As a cohort, we regularly meet up for social events, lunches, networking events and more. The entire group actively looks for opportunities to also take part in community development and mentoring