Under consultative direction, this position is responsible for purchasing complex and mission critical machinery and equipment, fabricated parts, tools, raw material, other supplies and services necessary to support assigned contract(s), subcontract(s) or an internal organization(s).
In this role, you will manage purchase order progress, including working with suppliers and other supporting departments ( e.g., quality, microbiology, engineering ) to ensure production plans are met.
In this role, you will be responsible for and directs all phases of the subcontract from initiation of the business case for make or buy decisions through requests for proposals, subcontract management plans, negotiation strategy, and cost accountability.
Supports the NATEC LEM fullfiling logistics technical data requirements for PMA-290 FMS P-8 program, providing publication up-dates, development of the countries FDRL, and maintaining the tech data repository in in the NATEC TMAPS system.
Responsible for planning, placing, and maintaining purchase orders, managing inventory levels while also staying within a given financial spending plan, expediting material when necessary, sourcing of suppliers, and reporting on given metrics.
Conduct logistics engineering evaluations of selected components of the weapon systems to identify variances in the actual performances versus logistic support analysis projections and recommend changes to the LSA databases.
In this role, you will collaborates across the organization and builds working relationships with Business Units and partners to ensure process solutions are compliant, efficient and adaptable to business units, sites and functions throughout the world.
Directs and coordinates program activities designed to ensure effective and efficient economic support. Analyzes and evaluates design concepts to determine if concepts satisfy support requirements; studies the relative supportability of alternative concepts. Anticipates logistics problems related to operational area and environmental and human factors.
The Sr. Process Analyst-Supply Chain will use his/her skills in leading process design, SCE application knowledge, development integration, testing and deployment, to focus on architecture a solution using Business Process Re-engineering techniques and methods to achieve a defined business outcome.
The ideal candidate will be an integral part of Supply Chain Management with our production programs. Being a core performer in Supply Chain will require interface with program leadership, engineering, production control, customers and of course the supply base.
Under the general direction of the Purchasing Manager, the Sr. Buyer is responsible for the management and procurement of complex PWBs, electronic components, materials and services, which can be in support of government contracts.