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Salary:
Confidential
Location:
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Posted:
May 31st 2024
Minimum Degree:
Bachelor
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Job description:

This is a hybrid role and can be worked from the Cambridge,MA, St. Petersburg, FL, Reston, VA or Houston, TX locations.

The Supply Chain Management Specialist is a member of Property & Procurement, reporting to the Supply Chain Manager supporting the supply chain needs of the program offices.
The primary responsibilities include navigating a complex supply chain to support the program needs and business strategies while building strong supplier relationships to ensure right quality, and quantity of goods are purchased at minimum cost for the program teams.
This role is focused on reducing risk by identifying and mitigating potential supplier issues including single sourced materials, potential shortages, and monitoring supply chain trends.

Participates in product development cycle in partnership with design engineering from concept stage through production pilot for mass production. Proactively works collaboratively with internal program teams, quality, contracts, and other functional areas to understand unique supply chain needs to support customer, program, and commodity strategies. Source and evaluate supplier quotes, select, and recommend suppliers and negotiate price, delivery, quality, service, and most competitive solution. Work closely with the program offices, quality and the larger procurement team and act as the primary point of contact for program specific suppliers. Facilitates supplier business relationships, requirements and performance to contractual obligations and expectations. Works closely with the program teams during the proposal phase to support supply chain and contractual requirements and compliance. Works closely with the program team and quality in the development of the Bill of Materials (BOM), to include supplier sourcing and obtaining the necessary documentation to ensure compliance and advise on material selection based on supplier performance and risk assessments. Works closely with the supplier management team in completing comprehensive supplier due diligence to ensure compliance. Stay up to date with industry trends, emerging technologies, and regulatory changes that may impact supply chain risk management practices. Manages respective PO data, maintenance in MRP/ERP environment, and works in partnership with AP to resolve invoice/payment discrepancies. Acts as liaison with material master, vendor management and accounts payable to ensure data integrity of purchased components, suppliers, and payment terms in ERP system. Negotiates and settles with suppliers regarding damage claims, rejections, losses, return of materials, over shipments, cancellations, and engineering changes. Monitors, tracks, and updates order status and is the primary contact to support NPI. Develop and maintain an ongoing relationship with program suppliers to monitor and improve supplier performance. Works closely with Manager to create and implement cost avoidance strategies to ensure the best value for Draper. Identify risks and works closely with manager to negotiates strategic supplier agreements. Other supply chain related tasks as necessary to include, but not limited to, logistics and inventory support.

Required Qualifications:
Bachelors degree in business, supply chain management, or related field plus 3-5 years of relevant experience in a supply chain role. Working knowledge of FAR/DFARS acquisition requirements, related clauses and CMMC as it relates to supplier due diligence. Requires strong written, oral, communication and presentation skills. Proficient in Microsoft, Excel, Power Point, and word applications.

Preferred Qualifications:
Active Secret Clearance. Able to handle multiple projects simultaneously. Self-starter capable of working independently and in a team environment.
Security Requirement:

Applicants selected for this position will be required to obtain and maintain a government security clearance.

Qualifications:

Required Qualifications:
Bachelors degree in business, supply chain management, or related field plus 3-5 years of relevant experience in a supply chain role. Working knowledge of FAR/DFARS acquisition requirements, related clauses and CMMC as it relates to supplier due diligence. Requires strong written, oral, communication and presentation skills. Proficient in Microsoft, Excel, Power Point, and word applications.

Preferred Qualifications:
Active Secret Clearance. Able to handle multiple projects simultaneously. Self-starter capable of working independently and in a team environment.
Security Requirement:

Applicants selected for this position will be required to obtain and maintain a government security clearance.

Why is This a Great Opportunity:

The Supply Chain Management Specialist is a member of Property & Procurement, reporting to the Supply Chain Manager supporting the supply chain needs of the program offices.
The primary responsibilities include navigating a complex supply chain to support the program needs and business strategies while building strong supplier relationships to ensure right quality, and quantity of goods are purchased at minimum cost for the program teams.

Salary Type : Annual Salary

Salary Min : $ 85000

Salary Max : $ 90000

Currency Type : USD

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