This position is responsible for supporting the development and execution of Global Commodity Strategies designed to leverage worldwide purchase of raw materials, components, and various products required, in support of the Original Equipment and Aftermarket businesses.
The position is responsible for maintaining all procedures and work instructions regarding conflict minerals. Responsibilities include: training, communications, documentation, support, upgrading, and all other activities associated with the subject.
In this role, you will be responsible for the execution of the manufacturing build schedule that will meet customer on-time delivery targets, inventory transactions associated with issuing materials to the assembly line.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop, assess and add new strategic supply partners for new technology programs, and align them with strategic technology gap closure plans; drive supplier VA/VE, and productivity ideas in alignment with program needs.
In this role, you will create a culture of safety across all truck transportation responsibilities that influence the actions and behaviour of every employee and contractor to keep them safe from the time they depart for work till they return home.
In this role, you will be responsible for analysis and utilization of continuous improvement tools to design Supply Chain Solutions for current and future operations. Provides coaching / mentorship to other engineers.
The Purchasing Program Buyer E Components is responsible for material cost, according to the product line strategy, for leading purchasing related projects within a global matrix organization and the coordination in line with the plants and Commodity Management.
In this role, the selected candidate will lead specific procurement initiatives within the category to achieve strategic business needs as assigned, including booking initiatives, regional sourcing strategies and Vendor Involvement Program (VIP) involvement.
This position will act as the commodity expert for the procurement of non-medical research equipment, supplies and services, safety, hazardous waste management, logistics and transportation across the University.