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Become a Supply Chain Engineer

Thanks for your interest in a career with Miebach Consulting! The following pages will provide you an overview of development options and professional opportunities as a supply chain engineer. When you work at Miebach, you will stay in touch and help develop the latest trends and make a difference with some of the leading companies across the globe. We look forward to meeting you.

Today’s economy does not work without supply chains. The demand for the field of logistics has developed tremendously and still increases constantly. Supply Chain Engineers ensure that projects succeed through having the complete value chain in mind. At work you might create new facilities, introduce lean initiatives, optimize supply chain networks, or re-engineer entire supply chains. We combine strategic with engineering expertise and you decide where to excel. Working with us is highly versatile, as your first project could be at an airport in a cargo hub, at a car manufacturer or at a fashion brand. 

Emilie Laliberté recognized as one of Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Women in Supply Chain

Emilie Laliberté recognized as one of Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Women in Supply Chain

Leading B2B Publication Releases 3rd Annual List of the Top Female Supply Chain Professionals Supply & Demand Chain Executive, the only publication covering the entire global supply chain, has selected Emilie Laliberté as a recipient of the 2022 Women in Supply Chain award. The Women in Supply Chain award honors female supply chain leaders and executives whose accomplishments, mentorship and examples set a foundation for women in all levels of a company’s supply chain network. This year’s list includes individuals from software and service providers, consultancies and academia, trucking and transportation firms, professional development agencies, sourcing, and procurement divisions, and more, all who have helped supply chain clients and the supply chain community at large prepare to meet many of today’s—and tomorrow’s—challenges. “When I launched this award three years ago, I was prepared for an uphill battle. I was envisioning a long road ahead in getting the supply chain industry educated enough as to why it was important to recognize women in the supply chain. But, this award, the winners and those who submitted nominations—both men and women—is a testament that supply chain organizations were already recognizing their female leaders; they just needed a better platform,” says Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics. “This year, we received over 280 submissions. Almost 100 of those submissions came from men. I’m so proud of everyone who participated, both men and women. I’m proud to call these women mentors, role models and industry friends. I’m proud to interview them, support them and help promote their journey. And, I hope to see all of this year’s and past years’ winners at our upcoming Women in Supply Chain Forum.” "I am both humbled and honoured to receive this recognition," remarked Ms. Laliberté. "It has been shown that greater diversity and inclusion results in more holistic and robust solutions, which I think is critical given the challenges facing supply chains today. I am continuously motivated with the work at Miebach to solve complex problems, and I know that without a range of diverse perspectives our work would suffer. I look forward to continuing to mentor and coach other females in the supply chain and consulting space, areas in which women have historically been underrepresented." Bernard Tremblay, CEO and managing Director of Miebach US and Canada agrees that Ms. Laliberté is a driving force for the ongoing evolution of the industry:  "Emilie Laliberté has taken her place as a leader in the Supply Chain space thanks to her dedication, perseverance and relentless search for better solutions. Her attitude of constantly improving the status quo and challenging ways of working to find more effective and efficient options have lead her to be seen as a driving force for change and progress. We are privileged to have her as part of our organization, and to work with her towards an ever-evolving world of supply chain excellence." Check out the September issue of Supply & Demand Chain Executive for the full list of all of the 2022 Women in Supply Chain winners.   You can read the full list of award winners here: Link About Supply & Demand Chain Executive Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the only supply chain publication covering the entire global supply chain, focusing on trucking, warehousing, packaging, procurement, risk management, professional development and more. Supply & Demand Chain Executive and sister publication Food Logistics are also home to L.I.N.K. podcast channel, SCNSummit.com, SupplyChainLearningCenter.com, the Women in Supply Chain Forum and more. Go to www.SDCExec.com to learn more.

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Job Openings

Job Openings

Do you want to become part of our team and develop the supply chains for tomorrow? Apply for a current vacancy or take the initiative and send us your application. We look forward to meeting you. A global economy and ethnic diversity are part of our everyday life. At Miebach Consulting, you can expect a wide range of national and international projects and teams. Your role as a consultant and engineer provides a full overview of the value added chain - right down to the last detail.You'll advise well-known companies as well as medium-sized hidden champions from a variety of...

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Growth

Growth

Discover your career opportunities with us. You will be amazed by our entry level, career development, and training opportunities for graduates and professionals. We are looking for highly motivated and responsible individuals who would like to work on exciting projects as part of a team. Graduates can kick start their career with us following graduation, we will help your individual development and integrate you in project work from the outset. You will be assigned a mentor to help with your development. An extensive training program will support your career. As an experienced...

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Professional Development

Professional Development

Do you wish to develop further and kick start your career? Our extensive training program and working in one of our organizational areas will provide you with the best support for your professional and personal development. Our customers trust our far-reaching holistic expertise relating to all logistical areas and simultaneously rely on our overall concept. This is why every year, our consultants attend around one hundred hours of specialized, often international, Miebach training sessions. You will also focus on one of the five organizational areas and will thus ensure that even...

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Work & Life

Work & Life

At Miebach Consulting, we want our employees to be healthy, happy, and productive. We strive to ensure that the work-life balance is optimal and that parental leave, sabbaticals, and flexible working models are available.Our long-standing belief is that professional commitment and spare time for employees must go hand in hand.  We believe that a company can only be healthy if its employees are healthy too. The nature of our business means that our consultants will have intense project commitments, as well as quieter periods. Because you can expect to travel frequently in the course...

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News31 January 2023

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Study about the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act: Social sustainability by legislation?

The German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, which became effective on January 1, 2023, is currently stirring up controversy. Supporters see the regulation primarily as a necessary instrument to motivate companies to act more sustainably and make improvements in terms of human rights, working conditions, fair pay, etc. Others argue that the legislation will not bring about any noticeable changes in society and will also lead to high bureaucratic hurdles for companies. What do German companies think of the new legislation and are they sufficiently prepared for it? To address these questions, Miebach Consulting, in collaboration with GS1 Germany, conducted a study with nearly 500 participants in the summer of 2022 to determine the attitude of German businesses toward the upcoming regulations, as well as what measures have already been taken or are planned. In general, the study participants' expectations of the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act can be described as positive, although not everyone is yet willing to pay the price for sustainability. Almost half of the participants stated that the legislation will have a positive impact on the environment and society or can contribute to fair competition. On the other hand, 41% of companies focus on the increasing administrative burden and higher costs, especially since the specific requirements of the law are unclear to many companies and responsible employees. In contrast to highly regulated industries, transparency in the supply chain in particular could become a challenge for companies from less regulated industries. While there is often still sufficient transparency for Tier 1 suppliers, data on human rights- or environment-related obligations, such as records of weekly working hours, appropriate minimum wages, but also the handling of environmentally harmful substances and products, are often not available for Tier 2 and Tier 3 suppliers. “Despite the possible additional costs and efforts, regulation via the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act is, in our view, an important instrument to motivate companies to be more sustainable. While more than 30% have already introduced sustainability-related measures due to customer requirements, regulations are the second most important driver for companies to start sustainability initiatives with 25%” - says Anastasiia Omelchuk, Consultant, Miebach Consulting GmbH. In particular, many companies cite the (upcoming) legislation in Germany and even stricter regulations at the European level as the main reason for introducing a sustainability strategy. 18% name their employees as the most important driver for sustainability.  Over 60% of participating companies say they are optimistic about their preparation measures for the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act and are not making any major changes within their current supply chains or with suppliers. According to the study participants, 43% of the companies are already working on their action plan as well as measures in preparation for the law coming into force. For example, one of these actions is to work with current suppliers to ensure they are compliant with the new legislation. Collaboration between supply chain partners is a particularly important measure with regard to the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act. However, despite numerous examples of effective sustainability collaboration, this option is still often neglected. For example, approximately 40% of study participants indicate that they primarily pursue collaboration between internal departments to promote sustainability. The data on collaboration with tier-1 suppliers (25%) and consulting firms (15%) show a positive trend, but the collaboration is still too hesitant in the context of the new law’s requirements for transparency along the entire supply chain.  “In addition to cross-company collaboration, standardization in data exchange will play a crucial role for companies in the future to enable transparency and sustainable actions. The digitalization of business processes is an important requirement for this” - says Thomas Krebs, Senior Principal, Miebach Consulting GmbH.  The study can be requested from Ralf Hoffmann (hoffmann@miebach.com) or by using the form on this page (link).

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Company

The Supply Chain Engineers

From Indianapolis to Shanghai and beyond, we provide supply chain solutions based on integrating consulting and engineering. For over 40 years we have built a proven international record of nearly 10,000 successful supply chain projects and solutions. Our strategies and Implementations support clients in gaining and maintaining leading market positions, while enhancing their ROI. Client driven services The global Miebach Consulting network offers diverse solutions and client driven services. Our reputation stems from our expert team's proven capability to deliver thought leadership within complex projects. Our objective is to deliver the most-effective strategies and solutions that lead to benchmark supply chains.

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