The role of the Parts Operations Manager is the day to day activities of the companys Parts operations in compliance with established policies and procedures. He/she will accomplish objectives through assisting with the identification of preferred suppliers, the use of proper negotiating, purchasing procedures, inventory control and security.
Support onboard repair and maintenance and oversee dry-dock planning and operational budgets of the Deck and Engine Departments in coordination with assigned technical Superintendents to ensure approval from the Flag state, Port State, Classification Society, or other government bodies for any changes to the construction or equipment onboard.
The Production Manager (PM) schedules and directs personnel and resources towards providing quality, cost-effective services to clients. PMs also support the Account Manager in estimating and budgeting as needed.
Provide superior management to the operational aspects of the Collections business unit. Insure that the Collections "floor" is operating at peak efficiency and that all process, procedures and standards are adhered to.
Develops, leads, and executes strategic, integrated supply chain processes and procedures to achieve long term goals; will be responsible for driving and implementing a clear process from start to finish.
Assist with the preparing, evaluating and approving capital expenditure proposals to replace or upgrade facilities and equipment and submit proposals with justification to the director of distribution for entry into the annual capital budgeting process for warehouse and distribution.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhausted list of all responsibilities; duties and skills required of personnel so classified.