Reports to: C&E Supply Chain and Warranty Manager
Department: Engineering (ENG)
As Inventory Controller (C&E), your manager will assign duties to align with your Section Responsibilities detailed below. The Inventory Controller (C&E) will be expected to support the Lead & Senior Inventory Controllers (C&E) in executing day-to-day activities in the areas defined below. The scope of activities allocated will depend on the experience and seniority of the Inventory Controller.
- Based on achieved service levels, assess C&E re-order levels (at HKG, BM stations, and line stations) on a regular basis and adjust as required.
- Ensure C&E programs are properly implemented via definition of clear Interface/Operating Manuals and proper training/briefing of all involved stakeholders.
- Regularly review C&E program scope coverage based on operational experience and adjust as required.
- Define and monitor KPI’s for service providers in the C&E availability process. Drive improvement plans when required.
- Selection, in consultation with APD, of C&E program suppliers.
- Vetting and validation of invoices.
- Represent supply chain management in modification implementation process.
- Ensure proper supply of mod-kits for modification programs.
- Regular review of actual C&E costs (both usage and stockholding) versus industry benchmarks and OEM baselines to identify cost-drivers and initiate cost mitigation actions where required.
- As part of fleet phase-outs, identify and collate details of surplus stock and manage their sales to maximise value for CX.
- Collect and maintain market intelligence on available PMA suppliers and initiate PMA development to achieve cost reduction and/or better availability of parts.
- As part of new aircraft induction, ensure that BFE parts are procured and delivered to the aircraft final assembly line.
- 4-5 years of experience in aircraft maintenance and/or engineering processes. Exposure to inventory management, technical services, and/or procurement.
- More than 2 years in an Associate Inventory Controller’s role (or equivalent)
- Degree in Engineering / Aerospace or Logistics discipline or other engineering field. Alternatively, other relevant qualifications, combined with practical experience in material or supply chain management
- Good analytical skills and process-oriented. Accurate and thorough
- Good commercial & financial awareness and acumen. Able to work with external suppliers to extract maximum value from contracts
- Strong in communication skills. Able to report clearly and concisely on activities carried out
- Drive for excellence
- Adaptable and responsive to change. Able to adopt new working practices and implement defined process changes
- Proven ability to execute assigned tasks with limited supervision
- Analysis and problem solving
planning and organising
- Commercial acumen
- Teamwork & building partnerships
Application deadline: 16 January 2020
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