Reporting to the VP of Programs, the primary responsibility of this position is to manage the P&L for the CFM56 and LEAP Product lines in horizontal collaboration with other functional areas. The role covers all aspects of the material stream value chain through the development and updating of our models, to management of the acquisition through the sales of materials to final end user customers. The role is critical in allowing CFM Materials to plan for the evolution of the trading and MRO markets.
• Forecast used material supply in collaboration with our strategy team and understand the demand tendencies of our customers.
• Building and maintenance of engine evaluation models.
• Ensure a consistent supply of serviceable material to satisfy customer demands in support of the business plan and forecast. This includes setting acquisition price for engines, modules, and piece parts with quality approved suppliers.
• Manage the profitability of each engine through setting acquisition pricing and sales pricing.
• Evaluating engines for acquisition and managing all tasks relating to the disassembly of the engine and repair of the material.
• Setting the repair strategy for assigned engines.
• Strategically Manage Vendor relationships.
• Work horizontally across the organization to provide commercial and technical support to the sales team, acquisition team, the technical team, and the operations team.
• Support the management of consignment contracts and programs with external and internal customers.
• Setting of Sales Price for parts and modules.
• Define processes and material flow for engine program, in coordination with the GE and Safran programs.
• Close collaboration with GE Aerospace and Safran CFM56 teams
• Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
• High level of personal integrity
• Deep customer understanding and focus.
• Detail Oriented
• Sound business and commercial acumen
• Well organized, critical thinking, ability to analyze technical data.
• Ability to work under pressure and on multiple projects at the same time.
• Strong oral and written communication skills
Required Education and Experience
• Bachelor's degree, plus 7-10 years of experience in the aviation space, preferably with aircraft engines
Additional Eligibility Requirements
• Knowledge of Used Serviceable Material Industry
• Demonstrated knowledge of CFM56 engines and material
• Excellent Excel/Access skills.
• Knowledge of FAA record requirements as they pertain to used engine parts
Travel may be required, including internationally, up to 15%.
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