£31 - £31.5 per hour
6 months ago
The successful Candidate will be responsible for analysing supplier data together with generating, maintaining and delivering the Initial Provisioning list and related dependencies including, but not limited to, NATO Codification activities, spares modelling including ranging & scaling of spares and Support & Test Equipment and producing subsequent reports. Execute Supply Support plans, requirements and processes in:
- Producing and maintaining the Initial Provisioning Lists and supporting evidence.
- Producing spares modelling and ranging & scaling activities within the scope of the contract requirements in close liaison with all work streams.
- Development of NATO Codification activities within the scope of the contract requirements in close liaison with all work streams.
- Review and comment on suitability of supplier ILS data deliverables.
- Identify potential risks to the supplier programme/content and provide potential remedial actions. 6. Identify and implement continuous improvement opportunities to reduce costs and enhance the effectiveness of both Supply Support activities and the overall Project.
- Produce Spares Reports that validate the level of recommended Spares.
- Produce Support and Test Equipment Reports that validate the level of recommended Support and Test Equipment.
- Produce Insurance Spares Reports that validate the level of recommended Insurance Spares.
- Identify Packaging, Handling, Storage and Transportation requirements relating to Spares and Support and Test Equipment.
- Identify risks and opportunities relating to Supply Support activities.
1.Act as SME on Supply Support aspects of ILS Engineering.
2.Develop and produce Initial Provisioning and Support & Test Equipment lists in accordance with JSP 886 requirements.
3.Validate all supplier and Client related Supply Support equipment and systems data within the iBOM.
4.Maintain Supply Support data and records of equipment and systems spares and S&TE until Formal Acceptance of Equipment.
5.Capture and share learning from experience and best-practice, via the Engineering function and In-Service platforms, on configuration management.
6.Aid in the capture and development of the First Outfit of Stores List.
Degree or HND/HNC or equivalent in an Engineering discipline (Mechanical/Electrical/Marine Engineering) coupled with a minimum of 5 years relevant experience in an engineering field.
Working knowledge of Def Stan 00-600, JSP 886, Def Con 117 and in-service support requirements.
Understanding and awareness of spares modelling techniques desirable but not essential.
Good knowledge and awareness of Supply Support and its interactions with the wider ILS aspects and MoD infrastructure.
Understanding and experience of Design, Build and Support activities.
Previous Government Stores and supply chain experience including codification and ranging and scaling if possible.
To apply for this position, you must be eligible to live and work in the UK and either possess or be able to obtain UK MOD Security Clearance to SC Level.