Searching for a place that values your curiosity, creativity, and education? Look no further!
Life at Cisco
We connect everything: people, processes, data, and things. We innovate everywhere, taking bold risks to shape the technologies that give us smart cities, connected cars, and handheld hospitals. And we do it in style with unique personalities who aren’t afraid to change the way the world works, lives, plays, and learns.
We are thought leaders, tech geeks, pop culture aficionados, and we even have a few purple-haired rock stars. We celebrate the creativity and diversity that fuels our innovation. We are dreamers, and we are doers. #WeAreCisco.
Cisco's Supply Chain Operations University Program is responsible for accelerating innovation, enabling profitable growth, and delivering an unrivaled customer experience.
Our interns, co-ops, and new graduates work on real projects that have a measurable impact on the business. We know that education does not stop when you leave school. That's why we embrace a culture of continuous learning. Our training classes, rotation program, mentors, and community will help you achieve your maximum potential — whatever that might be.
An award-winning supply chain
We are creators. We are forward-thinking supply chain experts, engineers, data scientists, and technology hounds. We want you to take risks, and we encourage bold innovative ideas.
Currently, 40 percent of supply chain employees have an engineering background. However, we are committed to helping you develop your career regardless of your degree.
We offer roles in new product introduction, advanced manufacturing technologies, sourcing and supplier management, quality, sales and operations planning, manufacturing, and logistics.
Here's the deal
Our People Deal is what you can expect from Cisco and what Cisco expects of you. It is how, together, we connect everything, innovate everywhere and benefit everyone. To put it simply, it is our commitment to culture.
"The program allowed me to rotate into various roles which provided me a more holistic view into the whole supply chain."