Supply Chain Planning Anlyst 3

The Northrop Grumman Mission Systems (NGMS) Sector Supply Chain Team is offering an exciting career opportunity to support a wide variety of major defense programs operating within the Airborne C4ISR Systems Division based in San Diego, California. NGMS is seeking a Supply Chain Planning Analyst (SCPA) to join its team of qualified and diverse Supply Chain professionals supporting the acquisition of a wide range of Electronic, machining and services commodities.

Reporting to the Global Supply Chain Program Manager for the Resilient Network Solutions (RNS) Operating Unit programs, the Supply Chain Planning Analyst (SCPA) will provide support that will help to ensure the supply chain management requirements identified during a proposal or program execution phase of a program are being addressed. In this role, the SCPA will work with the Proposal and Program Teams to evaluate material and equipment requirements throughout the life of a program. The desired candidate must understand the various aspects of supply chain management – materials management, procurement, subcontracts and supplier quality – in order to support engineering, production, logistics and the program management teams in the performance of their roles and responsibilities. In conjunction with business development efforts, the SCPA will work with the Supply Chain management Team as well as the Business Development and Program Teams to define bid and proposal requirements, schedules and budgets, and draft supply chain management strategies related to materials, procurement and subcontracts management. The SCPA will work with the Subcontract Administrators to track performance against B&P schedule of activities, support the source evaluation and selection process of suppliers during the pricing of all material and subcontract requirements, prepare proposal pricing inputs and support the team in the development of supplier capabilities and risk profiles, presentations and various reports. During the execution of a program, a SCPA would be responsible for working with members of the supply chain management team to monitor and provide status of material, procurement and subcontract activities as well as report on the cost, schedule and quality performance of the supply chain requirements for the program. The SCPA may be responsible for the oversight of supply chain activities being performed on multiple programs.

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Basic Qualifications:

Bachelors' degree and minimum 6 years supply chain or related experience or Masters' with minimum 4 year experience in supply chain or related experience.

Experience working on complex systems for Department of Defense or commercial high tech products.

Demonstrated working knowledge of global supply chain/operations

Experience with cost account management, supplier financial reporting/forecasting and supplier/program/product scheduling.

Proficiency in MS Office suite

U.S. Citizenship and ability to obtain government security clearance.

Preferred Qualifications:

SAP

MRP/ERP systems/tools.

Masters' degree in Supply Chain, Business or Operations

Proficient in using SAP for material and finance data analysis

Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www.northropgrumman.com/EEO. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.


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