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Logistics Operative - Engineering Parts Data

Logistics Operative - Engineering Parts Data

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    Aerospace and Defence

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    Paul Oldham

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    about 2 months ago

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    Morson International

The Engineering Logistics Portal (ELP) Operator will be responsible for the management of all Typhoon & Hawk repairable assets which have failed at Forward and require tasking via the ELP process.
The post holder will supervise of all assets as they pass through the Quality Gate, Engineering Tasking and Repair Scheduling. Directly interfacing with the Part M engineer, Repairs Inventory Planner and Part M Repair Scheduler.
Requires knowledge of an operational supply chain in a Continuous Airworthiness Organisation, protocols and procedures. Understands where and how to gather asset requirement information, and how to interpret this information in a range of situations.
Has strong relationships within maintenance operations and all its dependency functions e.g. procurement, engineering disciplines, partner, supplier and customer organisations.
Must understand constraints and lead times associated with ML2/ML4 activity and the importance of prioritisation. Working with the appropriate stakeholders to ensure as much up front planning is done in a proactive manner to avoid any unnecessary priority demands.
Requires a basic functional awareness that will be developed over the life cycle of the role. Continuous improvement, capability development and sustainment are also an integral part of the role.
Requires analysis and planning skills along with key relationship building and problem solving skills, able to use appropriate IT systems.
This person would be seen as competent in Supply Chain/Maintenance operations working as a joint team and be able to define the processes, propose improvements and manage those improvements in the day to day running of the operation.
Institute of Supply Chain Management Level 3 or its equivalent is desirable but not essential.

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