Nevin Bektas, in MSc 2 Purchasing & Supply Chain and in a work-study program at MEGGITT

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As part of the MSc 2 Purchasing & Supply Chain course at the INSEEC campus in Chambéry, Nevin Bektas works in parallel with the MEGGITT group.  This group isspecializing in high-tech products and systems for the aerospace, defense and energy industries.
The student opens the doors of her career and her current position.

” I completed a BTS in international trade with an internship in China. The latter was decisive in my choice to continue my studies in a professional degree in international trade at the IAE of Annecy. Then, I wanted to specialize in the Supply Chain business”, presents the student.

Nevin is passionate about traveling, and loves to discover new cultures. This is how she joined theINSEEC campus in Chambéry almost two years ago. A choice made in particular for the work-study program offered.

” This allows me to be in the field and to acquire new knowledge, directly applicable in the company “.

The alternation/school rhythm, an implacable duo !
As part of his MSc, Nevin is continuing the collaboration started with the MEGGITT Group since 2018.

” I am a supply chain intern at this British business engineering company. First, in the first year as an Export Account Manager. Then, since the master, in Supply Chain.   “

 Rich and varied missions

 ” On a daily basis, I am in charge of managing part of the Supply Chain in Asia. So I exchange in English with one of our factories in Vietnam. I draft and implement the processes related to the management of the Supply Chain. I manage a portfolio of suppliers. I create dematerialized management tools (e.g. : audit tool, dashboard for KPIs) with a view to continuous improvement.”

“This experience is a very good complement to my training in international trade. I can take into account the aspect of a global supply chain. This work-study program also allowed me to learn about the logic of customers and suppliers in the context of international industrial production transfers. ”

The student-employee, a few months away from graduating, already has her project in mind :

“In the future, I would like to work in Supply Chain. This training will allow me to obtain a global vision of the international. This way, I will better understand the issues of a company.
Supply Chain is a challenging field, where you never stop. It requires rigor, listening skills, persuasiveness and a good correlation of the different actors of the company, in order to carry out the projects. “

Updated 24 February 2022