For over a 100 years, Boeing has been making the impossible, possible. From producing a single canvas-and-wood airplane to transforming how we fly over oceans and into the stars, Boeing has become the world's largest aerospace
company. And we're just getting started; especially in the UK.
The partnership between Boeing and the UK dates back to the 1930’s and continues to get stronger and deeper, with UK jobs, skills and opportunities being constantly generated to support major UK programmes such as Apache, Chinook, C-17, P-8, ScanEagle, Support Chain Information Services, Government Services and Staffordshire Police, to mention a few.
An opportunity has arisen within the Boeing Defence UK Aircraft Support TLCS programme Supply Chain Planning Team for a Supply Chain Planning Specialist. The Specialist assists in analysing supply chain data to enable and support supply chain proposal activity specific to the BDUK TLCS Contract. The role is accountable for leading and supporting all proposal activity associated with the contract; coordinating and embedding processes specific to the TLCS programme within the Supply Chain function; and leading and collating supply chain activities and responses relevant to TLCS programme requirements.
The successful candidate does not have to have specific supply chain planning experience, but needs to be a bright, enthusiastic, self-motivated individual with strong analytical skills that is ready to start a career within Boeing and the TLCS team. It may well suit a recent graduate.
Please apply asap for this role as recruitment may commence before the end date.
Important information regarding this requisition: This requisition is for a locally hired position in the UK. CANDIDATES MUST HAVE CURRENT LEGAL AUTHORIZATION TO WORK IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. Benefits and pay are determined at the local level.
Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, colour, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/ veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Bachelors degree preferred