Subcontracts Manager - Van Nuys, CA
Do you have a degree in mechanical, electrical or industrial engineering or have had engineering report to you as a government procurement professional? If so, this newly created position reporting to the head of supply chain may be your next great career move. This is a highly visible and critical role with advancement opportunities within a short period of time.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (preferably BSEE) or Business Administration (if no engineering degree, you must have experience managing engineers).
Master’s in Business Administration desired.
12-15 + years of diverse professional management experience in all areas of Supply Chain/Procurement or Operations in a government contracting environment.
Preferred Additional Skills:
· Significant experience leading the acquisition of custom, complex Electronic RF assemblies
· Significant experience implementing Supply Chain strategies to in the design phase to achieve Quality, Cost and specification performance requirements.
· Demonstrated experience in developing and building a high performing organization.
· Government Procurement Experience.
· Experience with Contractor Procurement System Review (CPSR) requirements.
· Working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Defense Acquisition Regulations (DFAR).
· Direct Experience with Long Term Agreements and/or Blanket Purchase Agreements.
· Direct Experience Negotiation Terms & Conditions
Lead the Supply Chain organization for the Radar Business Area within the Electronic Systems Sector for our client. This business area is located in Van Nuys CA. Total sales for this Business Area is $100 mil annually with approx. $50 mil in spend managed by the supply chain team. The functional role includes the procurement, subcontracts, Small Business and compliance responsibilities. The total Headcount is approx. 12 team members. The development of the entire organization will be considered a key aspect of this role along with the upfront engagement with the Engineering and program teams to influence the new product/program designs for an effective supply chain outcome. The ability to drive productivity improvements (Supplier Quality, Cost and cycle time) year over year is a critical aspect of this role.