This benchmark code is intended for job classifications that have supervisory/management responsibilities over more than one functional area in this job family or over the entire job family.
Sources and purchases machinery, equipment, tools, raw material, packaging materials, parts, services, and/or supplies necessary for operation of an organization. Compiles and analyzes statistical data to determine feasibility of buying products and to establish price objectives. Compiles information to keep informed on price trends and manufacturing processes. Confers with suppliers and analyzes suppliers operations to determine factors that affect prices and determines lowest cost consistent with quality, reliability, and ability to meet required schedules. Reviews proposals, negotiates prices, selects or recommends suppliers, analyzes trends, follows up orders placed, verifies delivery, approves payment, and maintains necessary records. May prepare bid packages.
Bachelors degree in a relevant discipline (or the equivalent in education, training and experience), plus a minimum of 6 years of applicable, progressive professional and/or supervisory work experience; Master's degree and 4 years relevant experience.
This position is responsible for managing supply chain activities associated with indirect categories of spend in the range of $100M/Year. Responsibilities include managing a team of procurement analysts and Subcontract administrators applying standard purchasing / procurement methodologies to source and procure various indirect spend categories to achieve organizational objectives at the best value for the enterprise. Expected to work closely with internal clients to: identify sourcing needs; conduct necessary market profiling to select and source material for internal and cross company use. Develops sourcing strategies; solicits / analyzes requests for proposals; negotiates contracts and coordinates supplier integration with internal clients. Establishes a supplier relationship management process with continuous improvement goals/programs. Monitors market dynamics and communicates changes that affect internal client needs.
General knowledge of production, government policies, procedures, and regulations. Strong negotiation skills and familiarity with commercial procurement strategies as defined by the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). Excellent decision making skills and ability to communicate issues on a timely basis are a must. Demonstrated mentoring skills and training experience.
Solid Communications skills and demonstrated experience in building teams. Capable of multi-tasking in the face of competing work demands.
Req ID: 2360
Department: O51 SC PROCUREMENT
Entity: NN SHIPBUILDING (0265)
Travel Required: No
Relocation: No relocation assistance available
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Virtual/Telework Opportunity: Yes-May Consider Occasional/Part-time Teleworking for this position
US Citizenship Required for this Position: Yes
Clearance Type: No - Clearance Not Required to Start
Huntington Ingalls Industries employs more than 42,000 people throughout the United States and around the world. We are America's largest military shipbuilder and one of the largest defense contractors for unmanned systems, nuclear and environmental services and fleet sustainment. Our employees build, engineer and innovate complex products and solutions for our customers on a daily basis - we do the Hard Stuff, Done Right. Each year we hire thousands of business, engineering, IT professionals and tradespersons to accomplish our mission. Why not become part of something bigger than yourself, find your purpose, and join HII today.
Huntington Ingalls Industries is an Equal Opportunity/Vets and Disabled Employer. U.S. Citizenship may be required for certain positions.