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Nasmyth Bulwell - Supply Chain Team Leader Added 19/10/2017

Company overview:
Since 2003, Nasmyth Group has continued to grow having 5 divisions supported by 14 complementary precision engineering and metal treatment businesses across 10 sites throughout the globe. The Group’s success has been built upon our unique ability to utilise the capabilities from each of these companies to create market-leading, integrated solutions, tailored to meet the specific needs of each of our customers. Our ability to offer complete end-to-end solutions, supported by our team of over 800 skilled specialists puts us at the cutting-edge of the industry.
From our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Pinxton, Nottinghamshire, Nasmyth Metallics Bulwell offer cutting-edge technology and bespoke engineering solutions, accompanied by a wealth of knowledge gathered from over 60 years in the industry. Today Bulwell provides high quality, uniquely integrated precision engineering and manufacturing solutions for the global aerospace and allied industries supported by our forward-thinking approach we have developed our global supply chain infrastructure, offering low-cost sourcing solutions worldwide.

Objectives:
The Supply Chain Team Leader will form an integral part of the supply chain function in supporting the achievement of Operational objectives. With a strong, solid background in mechanical engineering, procurement and supply chain management, you will take a proactive approach in reviewing current systems and procedures, making recommendations and implementing changes. The role is key to leading the business forward by securing quality suppliers of materials, treatments and components; and covering price, delivery and quality targets. This role will report into the Supply Chain Manager and will support the whole supply chain team in achieving targets set. The role will have a clear focus, supporting primarily the supply chain function at a strategic level. Including achieving objectives in regards to supplier performance, quality, cost and the outsourcing of machined components.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
•           Managing and controlling external suppliers with particular emphasis on the purchase of treatments and finished parts production.

•           Ensure parts and treatments are bought at the most competitive price and delivered on time for production.

•           Establish strategic relationships with key suppliers who are aligned to the company's needs.

•           Identify new suppliers, agree terms and support negotiation of supply agreements where appropriate.

•           Foster close working relationships with associated departments eg. Sales, Engineering, Production and Business Development.

•           Continually improve purchasing methods and drive down external spend.

•           Supplier visits both in the UK and abroad.

•           To carry out a comprehensive review of the Purchasing function and its methodology and identify and implement improvements.

•           Full involvement specifically with technical and engineering departments both internally and externally in support of product sourcing and transfers.

•           Management of the MRP/ERP system.

Other Duties:
•           Any reasonable task requested by the company.

Competency:
•           Strong mechanical engineering background, preferably in an aerospace manufacturing environment.

•           3 years minimum supervisory experience. Minimum 5 years previous experience in a supply chain role, ideally including outsourcing of machined components both in the UK and overseas.

•           High competency level in use of Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, as a minimum).

•           Full Driving License required.

•           Required to control and reduce external spend whilst developing a robust supplier base.

•           Able to bring a new dimension to procurement activities.

•           Fully conversant with modern procurement and supply chain techniques.

•           Experience of Purchasing bespoke, manufactured parts including scheduled deliveries. Experience of working with MRP systems is essential.

•           Representing the section at internal meetings and presenting Purchasing performance achievements.

•           Management and coordination of Purchasing activities with relation to Cost, Delivery and Quality performance.

•           Mentoring new starters, providing 'on the job' training to existing team members, and ensuring that the team are satisfactorily supported in their day to day work activities.

Personal Attributes:
•           “Hands on” approach to all tasks.

•           Ability to take a proactive approach to overcome challenges and achieve results.

•           Versatile, tenacious and people orientated.

•           Result orientated and confident.

•           Proven appreciation of customer service expectations and cost demands of business.

•           Commercial and financial acumen.

•           Sets priorities, taking into account short and long-term needs of the business.

Leadership and Behaviors:
•           Building Trust:  Interacting with others to provide confidence in one’s intentions and those of the organisation

•           Innovation:  Generating ground-breaking solutions in work situations; trying different and novel ways to deal with work problems and opportunities.

•           Teamwork/Contributing to Team Success:  Actively participating as a member of a team to move the team toward the completion of goals.

•           Adaptability:  Maintaining effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work tasks or the work environment; adjusting effectively to work within new work structures, processes, requirements, or cultures.

•           Communication:  Clearly conveying information and ideas through a variety of media to individuals or groups to help them understand and retain the message.

•           Initiating Action:  Taking prompt action to accomplish objectives; taking action to achieve goals beyond what is required; being proactive.

•           Meeting Participation:  Using appropriate interpersonal styles and methods to help reach a meeting’s goals while considering the potential contributions of others.

•           Performance:  Setting high standards of performance for self and others; assuming responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments or tasks; self- imposing standards of excellence rather than having standards imposed.

For your hard work and commitment to the Company, we offer a competitive salary and rewards which includes;
•   Childcare Vouchers

•  Learning and Development programmes including full sponsorship for additional training

•   Comprehensive Health Care scheme provided by Westfield Health Care

•   33 days annual leave - including bank holidays

•   Financial reward schemes such as "Introduce a friend" & "Bright Ideas"

•   Long service awards

•  Free on-site parking

•   Pension scheme

•  And much more...
We are always looking for colleagues who think outside the box and have the initiative and drive to move the business forward as part of our team - If this sounds like you, please get in contact as soon as possible.

Hours of work
Monday- Thursday:    08:30AM-05:00PM
Friday:                        08:30AM-04:00PM

Vacancy closing date
This job advert will close as soon as sufficient applications have been received. If you are interested in applying for this job, please apply by forwarding your CV to Jake.Colbourne@NasmythBulwell.com as soon as possible.

Recruitment Agencies
We are not looking to work with any recruitment agencies or additional recruitment services on these roles, please do not contact any Nasmyth employees about these vacancies.
Nasmyth Bulwell is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes

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