Overview+ Under the functional direction of the Vectrus Executive Director of Integrated Supply Chain Operations, the Director of Supply Chain for the Middle East Region is responsible for the Integrated Supply Chain Operations and work in close collaboration with in country leadership and program teams.
The Director of Supply Chain will focus on developing and supporting a high standard of supply chain best practices approach to maximize program execution support, efficiency and cost effective solution, and results.
As a frontline leader, the Director effectively leads people within the region. The Director inspires, mentors, and develops employees with a focus on talent development to build a resilient team.
The regional Director ensures 1) developing forecast and planning requirements 2) ensure requisition is in compliance 3) identifies local suppliers and selects the best overall total cost 4) develops local supplier contracts 5) ensures proper purchase order preparation 6) manages and continuously ensures receipt and inspection is taking place 7) ensures and manages the invoice settlement and payments to the suppliers, responsible for the DPO metric 8) material and services are sourced compliantly and seamlessly, 9) logistic and asset management responsibilities are being met, 10) managing key performance metrics for the regional procurement operations 11) developing and maintaining local supplier performance.
Moreover, the Director ensures successful Supply Chain execution on all regional programs from phase-in through close-out.
Collaborating with their Strategic Sourcing counterparts, the Director ensures the seamless sharing of information pertaining to regional demand and forecast data analysis, along with unique program requirements.
The Director provides recommendations to the strategic sourcing team for regional supplier agreements. The Director appoints a regional lead to be consulted and informed in the commodity strategy process and ensures that the regional and / or global agreements are implemented within the regional programs.
The Director provides immediate feedback to any regional and / or global supplier to the Strategic Sourcing team, and jointly the team develops a CAR if needed for performance improvements needed.
The Director is responsible to ensure that the regional and / or global agreements are implemented, along with being consulted and informed in the overall Strategic agreements.
Building and enhancing the relationships with cross-functional regional leaders, the Director listens, speaks, and writes clearly and consistently.
The Director communicates for maximum impact with people at all levels within the organization, including team members, leadership, peers, and others.
Supporting new business proposal activities where the resultant contract is performed within the region, the Director is a business partner to the regional Operations Director, Program Managers, and other functional leaders (, HR, Finance).
The Director is also the primary point of contact for all complex regional Supply Chain matters. Responsibilities This position description is subject to change at any time as needed to meet the requirements of the program or company.
drive a culture of continuous improvement + Implements and execute the regional agreements that are developed through the Director providing information and consulted with throughout the process.
solve complex problems and exercise ethical judgment within broadly defined practices and policies Qualifications+ Education / Certifications : One year related experience may be substituted for one year of education.
Advanced degrees and / or certifications can contribute to meeting required experience years. + Bachelors Degree in Business or Finance or related field.
five (5) years' experience with government contracting. + Must have working knowledge of the FAR, contract law, purchasing policies and procedures, and the demonstrated ability to communicate with executive leaders.
ability to develop and execute project plans + Skilled in team building, conflict resolution, and relationship management to create an effective partnering environment to includs credibility, respect and trust + Demonstrated knowledge of Supply Chain-related metrics and terminology + Strong critical thinking skills, ability to exercise independent judgment while managing complexity and ambiguity + Analytical and business problem-solving skills + Experience with the Microsoft Office suite of tools, particularly Excel, Word, and PowerPoint + Performs within the highest ethical standards + Secret Security Clearance We are committed to an inclusive and diverse workplace that values and supports the contributions of each individual.
This commitment along with our common Vision and Values of Integrity, Respect, and Responsibility, allows us to leverage differences, encourage innovation and expand our success in the global marketplace.
Vectrus is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability.
EOE / Minority / Female / Disabled / Veteran.