The Finance Director leads and directs the Financial Planning and Analysis Function within a business unit or group of businesses. Oversees the implementation of operational plans and creates financial models for future business planning decisions. Ensures the integrity of financial records for completeness, accuracy and compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and/or International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
Manage a portfolio of Civil Aerospace customers for multiple platforms and applications in order to execute on the calendar year sales plan.
Systematically manage Civil Aerospace customer base for new opportunities, generate leads and maintain pipeline including but not limited to Airlines/Operators, MRO facilities, Integrators and the Surplus market.
Manage customer accounts and After-Market Sales/Commercial Spares at respective Meggitt sites. Support all internal and external customers with respect to overseeing the sales cycle, managing customer relationships, quoting, follow-up, tracking performance, developing business opportunities with new and existing customers, performing analysis, forecasting, and surplus sales. Review and negotiate Sales Agreements and Contracts.
Provide technical support for application development and sustaining production engineering of components and / or assemblies. To assist manufacturing, manufacturing engineers, factory personnel, project lead engineers, and/or Operations management in determination of work scope, tasks, and budgets. To provide methods of cost reduction for production and production related activities.
The project engineer provides significant expertise on complex electromechanical engineering issues and acts as a professional resource for the team. The engineer designs and develops a variety of mechanical components and systems for products and coordinates with others in the role of project engineer.
The Quality Manager provides leadership, direction and training for the quality inspectors group within a business unit. Manages day to day functioning of the Quality Assurance Team to ensure areas of work, customer services and product qualities, are maintained to the highest standards.
The Product Engineering Manager is responsible for the full product development life cycle of one or more product lines. Manages engineering activity and participates in decision making that will have a significant impact on products.
Leads projects with medium to high risk, size and complexity from initiation through project close-out. Develops and implements overall project plan in accordance with accepted project management standards in the industry.
The Senior Engineer, Systems provides system engineering expertise while taking part in system and component level design according to requirements. Conducts a variety of testing and verification of components and systems throughout the development process.
The Engineering Director leads the engineering activities in obtaining Supplemental Type Certificates and Parts Manufacturing Approvals for aircraft components. Ensures appropriate resources are allocated to achieve financial and business objectives. Influences, shapes and integrates strategy for functional areas, and participates in setting a growth strategy for the business that is consistent with corporate goals.
Directs and coordinates all manufacturing assembly activities to help meet production goals, quality and cost objectives. The Manager, Manufacturing Operations is responsible for the determination of work scope, tasks, and department's budgets. She/he responsible for providing methods of cost reduction for production and production-related activities by exercising lean manufacturing and continuous improvement techniques.
The Finance Manager leads and directs the Financial Planning and Analysis Team, while aligning activities with company policies, procedures and objectives. Analyzes financial statements, prepares reports and makes recommendations to management. Ensures the integrity of financial records for completeness, accuracy and compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and/or International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
The Sr. HRIS Analyst under the direction of the Director of HRIS is responsible for the design, configuration, implementation, communication, maintenance and administration in support of our HRIS strategy. This includes all HR related systems, applications, programs and processes.
The successful Director, Product Development and Services is an experienced leader who is open-minded, probing and a catalyst for formulating new and improved aftermarket business strategies. It is critical that theDirector, Product Development and Serviceshas a track record of success within an aftermarket service environment, managing in a matrix organization, setting goals and objectives, and ensuring those targets are met in a timely manner.
The Procurement Director leads the procurement function for a business or a group of businesses. Defines and manages commodity strategies and sourcing decisions, while ensuring business supply requirements are satisfied. Ensures procurement procedures are in compliance with government laws and regulations, and management objectives.
The Supplier Quality Manager provides general supervision and technical guidance to the Supplier Quality Assurance team, within a business unit. Ensures all supplier products and services meet both external and internal requirements, including legal compliance and customer expectations.
The Cost Accountant/Senior Finanical Analyst provides the detailed cost accounting information used to make management decisions. Ensures the integrity of the accounting records for completeness, accuracy and compliance with accepted accounting policies and principles.
This role will be part of a team responsible for sales and account management activities . The requirements of the position encompass identification of relevant programs, customers and penetration of potential customers