About this role
- Ensures all tasking and actions pertaining to OEM are promulgated and acted upon ISO CSC CSI team, to include on time deliverables, within budget and in accordance with technical and system performance requirements.
- Working with the members of ISI Supply Chain function and CSC Program, provide leadership that ensures all Supply Chain strategy requirements are effectively executed.
- Provide input to the design and development of the CSC supply chain, including OEM supplier selection.
- Build relationships at Executive level with OEM suppliers to ensure that problems, issues and improvement opportunities are addressed in a timely and effective manner.
- Continuously improve the capability of the organization, deploying and developing supply chain professionals to further the aims of the company and in compliance with the ISI Business Management Model.
- Direct and manage OEM logistics activities, including inbound receipt, storage, kitting and parts distribution within the production facility. Direct and manage the delivery of OEM products and services within ISI from external suppliers, including all raw materials and finished parts, equipment, commodities and subcontractors.
- Interact with Canadian Government, Royal Canadian Navy and International CSC Program personnel.
- Continually assess CSC CSI supply chain risks and build appropriate mitigation strategies and contingency plans.
- Work in accordance with the Integrated Master Schedule for the project.
- Work in accordance with the Earned Value Management System into the CSC Project Office.
- Plan, manage and report on budgets, schedule and progress within the EVM environment.
- Manage project administration functions such as document control, risk management, etc.
- Drive continuous improvement in all operational processes in the business.
- Post-secondary degree, in business administration, relevant discipline with professional accreditations, or equivalent experience: MBA would be considered an asset.
- 5+ years’ experience in the Supply Chain field including 1-3 years in major equipment, defense or related industry.
- 1-3 years’ experience in a leadership capacity.
- Experience in Naval Shipbuilding and capital Defense projects.
- Good analysis and presentation abilities, able to communicate across organizational levels.
- Professional expertise and leadership, with strong attention to detail.
- Strong communication skills with internal and external stakeholders.
- Proven track record participating in continuous process improvements in the areas of Inventory control or shipping & receiving.
- Positive attitude and a willingness to learn.
- Excellent time-management skills and strong attention to detail.
- Ability to demonstrate systems analysis skills, critical thinking and problem solving.
- Strong written and verbal communication, presentation and interpersonal skill.
- Strong MS Office skills.
- Leadership skills including, delegation skills considered an asset.
- Proven track record in analyzing and interpreting data reports to find key issues and drive solutions.
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- Publication: PUB236334
- Location: Halifax
- Market: Industry
- Hours per week: 40
- Branche: Shipbuilding
- Education level: ProfessionalBachelor
- Area of expertise: ProjectManagementAndServices
- Closing date: December 1, 2019
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