DELIVERY ASSURANCE / APPROVISIONNEUR (H/F)

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Redefining Aerospace

The DA supplier is in charge of ensuring the supply of components and external supplies according to the schedule established by the information system. It is understood that this responsibility covers up to the placing of the components in stock, including the reception control steps and any other event that could slow down the flow (exemptions, reception disputes, etc.)

It carries out this mission on a predefined panel of suppliers which may concern the 2 sites.

The DA supplier ensures the proper execution of the following activities:

  • Management of purchase orders and supplier orders:
  • Launch & Reschedule (messages)
  • Monitoring of supplier delays
  • Monitoring of supplier stock buffers
  • Management of receptions in advance
  • Management of supplier commitments
  • Support for production planning:
  • Participation in the weekly development of the DPS
  • Risk management
  • Identification & anticipation of supplier risks (delivery clinic)
  • Escalation process (Tier4)
  • Management of the impacts of non-quality on the availability of parts
  • Treatment of reception / ISP disputes and improvement of entry control
  • Supplier returns of non-quality and management of blocked stocks
  • Participation in the weekly and monthly process delivery clinic
  • Monitoring and launching of STOs to MRO and Spares
  • Supports schedule modifications related to configuration changes
  • Is a force of proposal on the adjustment of SAP parameters in an objective of stock optimization
  • Ensures the BQ process in connection with the accounting services to secure the payment of suppliers
  • Ensures the day-to-day management of suppliers (journal reviews / support on interface processes, etc.)

The DA supplier’s objective is

  • MRP exception messages managed in real time 0 early or late orders
  • No blocked stock for more than 7 days
  • 100% OTD STO
  • 100% components available in store according to planning
  • 0 line stoppages / direct loss of efficiency due to missing
  • BQ processed in real time
  • Logistics training Bac + 2/3
  • APICS or CPIM certification in Production and Inventory Control or EMF would be a plus
  • Good knowledge of internal procurement processes (MRP basics)
  • Good understanding of industrial flows
  • Knowledge of SAP
  • Ease of computer tools (Excel at least)
  • Structured, rigorous, communicative and responsive
  • Ability to negotiate with suppliers
  • Knowledge of Lean tools would be a plus
  • English required.

Tagged as: logistics, isp, bac +2/3, supplier

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