Operations and Supply Chain Management

Solve complex business problems related to the journey of products from the manufacturer to the customer. Understand techniques for managing and improving the integration of design, resources, processes and customer requirements.

Where can Operations and Supply Chain Management take you?

By combining Operations and Supply Chain Management with an additional discipline such as Information Systems, Marketing, Accounting or Finance, you will acquire a graduate profile that is greatly sought after by employers.
Possible roles include:

  • Business process engineer
  • Change manager
  • ERP consultant
  • Operations analyst/consultant/manager
  • Production and scheduling planner/manager
  • Quality manager
  • Supply chain consultant

Useful resources

Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS)

CIPS is an organisation for the procurement and supply profession. It is dedicated to promoting best practice, and provides a range of services for members and the wider business community.
Visit Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS)

New Zealand Government Procurement

Supporting the New Zealand public sector with their procurement and property management needs with advice, frameworks, tools and templates.
Visit New Zealand Government Procurement