Master Thesis - Building Information Modeling (BIM) impact on Supply Chain (SCM)
Job ID: 298990
Work location: Zug
Mode of employment: Teilzeit
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Siemens Division Building Technologies with its international headquarters in Zug, Switzerland, is a global market leader in the field of safe, energy-efficient and eco-friendly buildings and infrastructure. Together with around 30,000 employees worldwide, we are helping to create a better future. We offer a unique combination of business areas: as a technology partner, service provider, system integrator and product supplier, we offer solutions and services relating to personal safety, building security and automation, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning technology, as well as energy management. Visit siemens.ch/jobs/bt for an insight into our organisation, our products and services, the challenges we face, our vacancies and the opportunities open to you to start, change or advance your career at our Building Technologies Division.
The trend of BIM Modelling and use of “digital twins” is becoming increasingly common in the construction industry, especially for medium-sized and large commercial and government buildings. In order to gain a better understanding as to how these digital trends will impact Building Technologies’ procurement and supply chain (for 3rd party materials & services), Building Technologies Procurement would like you to prepare a Master’s thesis.
Your new responsibilities
- Involvement/collaboration with suppliers throughout the entire project lifecycle
- Data exchange & data flow between general contractors, Siemens and suppliers
- Making potential changes in the relationship between suppliers and Siemens and finding out how to shape the relationship to secure Building Technologies’ competitiveness in the marketplace
- Evaluation of expected impacts on the industry & supplier portfolio/market (e.g. consolidations in the marketplace and taking on new, innovative suppliers)
Your skills and experience
- Current graduate studies at a university or university of applied science in the field of Supply Chain Management (SCM) / Procurement
- Initial practical experience in the area of Supply Chain Management/Procurement is a plus
- Good analytical skills and you take the initiative and are proactive
- Structured and self-dependent working style
- Business fluent English and German skills
- Start of writing the thesis asap or at a later date as agreed
Good reasons to work at Siemens
We offer a large number of national and international opportunities for development and a motivating, friendly working culture with good work-life balance thanks to flexible working models such as home-office and mobile working, generous holiday policies, paternity leave and sabbaticals, our women's network, a varied range of sports and a number of leisure clubs, as well as extensive benefits for junior and senior employees, mothers, fathers, single parents and those re-entering the workforce. Discover more reasons to join us at siemens.ch/employer.
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We look forward to receiving your full online application including a CV and letter of motivation. Please upload references, certificates and an indication of your availability in a second step after creating an account. If you have any questions about this position, please contact us quoting the Job ID 298990 at: David Gisler, email email@example.com. Please note that we only accept applications via our job portal siemens.ch/jobs.
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Requisition ID: 298990
Organization: Global Services
Career Level: Student / Schüler