Purchasing NPI program and Risk manager
The Purchasing NPI program and Risk manager will be accountable for the development and delivery of supply chains NPI projects that are based on existing technology. The accountable person will also ensure purchasing risk management and transfer activities are effectively governed :
The role holder will develop Legacy NPI projects:
• Delivery of the should cost for the product and execution to deliver it, supply chain is responsible for ~ 80% of the finished product cost.
• Research and implement the supply chain strategy including setting up contractual flow downs to suppliers.
• Lead all design to cost design for manufacture and design for quality activities in order to achieve the expected product cost is achieved by the extended supply chain.
• The industrialisation and rate assessment of future supply chains including assessment through DVI PPAP tools where appropriate in order to assure that rate production can be achieved.
• Monitor and manage supply chain schedule and escalations to ensure delivery and quality targets in accordance with programme milestones and transition the product into OE production at Prompt Gate 6.
• Manage the project support structure by either leveraging the purchasing matrix organisation or with dedicated resource as appropriate.
• Work closely with Supplier account managers and other stakeholders to ensure transition to operation Risk & Obsolescence management:
• Managing a third party obsolescence supplier, track risk associated with obsolete components by Program, and provide long-term solutions to the obsolete Components. This position will also manage Conflict Minerals Compliance per Safran standards for the Power Division and include identifying items impacted by REACh Regulations.
• Implement and drive a risk management culture within the supply chain team. Action key task, escalate risk to business level, and ensure governance is managed effectively.
• Ensure transfer activities is following GRP-##### and ensure governance is in place with KPis. • SAFRAN owned asset at third parties management
• Development of remote assessment tools for future supply chains
• Strong purchasing and negotiation skills and good commercial awareness
• Demonstrated Project management and planning skills
• Experience of having worked within a New Programme environment. Ideally with a complex and varied workload
• Ability to understand and interpret Technical Drawings.
• Understanding of DFM/DFA/DFX methodology
• Ability to communicate and influence people of varying levels within the organisation.
• Ability to report concisely and accurately.
• Ability to understand what the real priorities are in a fast-paced environment and work independently.
• Ability to recognise areas for development within your team.
• Energetic and results focused with experience of managing to agreed measures of performance and to tight deadlines
• Ability to provide strong leadership and direction to deliver business objectives
• Performance/Quality roles, knowledge of REACh Regulations and reporting, knowledge of Conflict Minerals regulations and reporting.
• Experience of working in a matrix structure and managing multi-disciplinary teams.
• Experience of the following domains: Risk Management, Project Management, Supply Chain, Electronics & Mechanical Engineering