Ref: 1627327

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Company: 1627327

Salary: 19,000 - 27,000 pa. (plus benefits)

Closing Date: Closing date: 10 Apr 2019

Location: Bristol, South West

Supply Chain Advisor - Submarine Delivery Agency



Are you looking for a complex and challenging role working at a National Scale?

Do you want to be part of a diverse multi-disciplined team and play a key role in supporting the security of the UK?

If you have the pride, passion and commitment to be part of an exciting organisation at the forefront of supporting our national security then we want to hear from you.

This role offers the opportunity to work within a diverse and multi-disciplined team within the Submarine Delivery Agency (SDA). The SDA is responsible for the United Kingdom's submarine maintenance and build programme; a top priority of the UK’s defence programme and one of the largest UK programmes in existence. Working with our key industrial partners, BAE Systems, Rolls-Royce and Babcock Marine, we are striving towards delivering submarine capability in a more cost efficient, effective and safe way.

Our Integrated Logistics (iLog) function is responsible for the development, management and delivery of new and/or in-service support. The iLog function has professionals whose expertise includes: service delivery management; Integrated Logistic support (ILS), supply chain management; transport/movement; storekeeping/warehouse operations.

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Supply Chain Advisor to join the SDA at their Headquarters in Bristol, Abbey Wood.

As a Supply Chain Advisor, you will provide support to Demand and Supply planning activities and inventory optimisation within a defined area of responsibility through maintenance of accurate inventory records. You will identify areas of poor performance and opportunities for improvement, devising and ensuring Continuous Improvement initiatives are being upheld. Additionally, will provide support and input to operational Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Performance Management activities, with accountability for Material Accounting transactional aspects of SCM including pricing, loan management and purchasing, repair and disposal transactions.

The Supply Chain Advisor role is multi-faceted, involving a wide range of duties and the balancing of priorities. To be successful you have clear evidence in your CV of working within a Supply Chain discipline (including purchasing, supply chain repair procedures, stock accounting and disposal activities.) Your application will be enhanced with data management and analysis skills supporting the monitoring and validation of demand and supply information and experience of combining supplier management, demand planning and inventory optimisation and financial and performance management.

Previous experience of carrying out purchase, repair and disposal transactions, supervisory or management experience and strong communication skills when engaging with stakeholders will lead you to success.

Please note due to the nature of these roles this campaign is only open to SOLE UK NATIONALS