Supporting the supply chain teams in key strategic supplier assessments aimed at confirming supplier capability or identifying and producing gap analysis and associated recommendations to address and capability shortfalls.
Utilising intelligence and risk information to aid the development and implementation of strategies and plans to improve supply chain efficiency, performance, continuity of supply and resilience within prime and sub-tier suppliers.
Working with and co-ordinating resource across multi-disciplined teams to manage specific suppliers, facilitate supplier development and improvement events, deliver against improvement plans and evidence benefit through improved supplier performance.
Working across critical suppliers promoting best practice and ensuring robust processes are in place to support quality, cost and delivery requirements.
Working alongside Supply Chain Programme teams in the facilitation of supplier performance data assessment, trending, analysis and the implementation of improvement actions.
Providing technical support to key suppliers, including the requirement for complex problem solving to ensure the optimum solutions are generated from inception of ideas through to deployment and can demonstrate to auditors the rationale and evidence of systematic decision-making processes.
Maintaining a Supplier Development Community of practice across Maritime Submarines with appropriate links across both the Maritime Sector and the BAE Systems Corporation.
Delivering a Maritime Submarines Supplier Development Centre of Excellence and maintain a SQEP (Suitably Qualified and Experienced Professional) Capability across the function.
Developing, deploying, maintaining and continuously improving a Maritime Submarines supplier development strategy and framework supported by applicable processes and guidance material.
Facilitating the continued improvement in Supplier Compliance, including JOSCAR (Supply Chain Accreditation Register) implementation, product safety and business continuity.
Managing supplier capability data and Submarines input into SDA (Submarine Delivery Agency) and SCIP (Supply Chains in Practice) process.
Your skills and qualifications:
Strategic leadership experience within a Supply Chain environment
Experience across Manufacturing, Engineering, Supply Chain and Quality
Knowledge and experience of developing tactical and strategic cost-effective manufacturing engineering solutions, from specification development, through to commercial negotiations, procurement, installation, commissioning and final acceptance.
Understanding of MRP (Material Requirements Planning) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems including master scheduling and demand planning.