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Supplier Performance Manager (SPM)

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Supply chain Cincinnati , Ohio , États-Unis CDI Temps complet BAC+3, BAC+4 Supérieure à 3 ans
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Description du poste

The Supplier Performance Manager (SPM) is responsible for a portfolio of North American suppliers (on average 10). The SPM overall responsibility is to manage the execution of the contract between the suppliers and Safran Aircraft Engines. Also, to ensure the supplier delivers a satisfactory level of performance; more specifically supply products on time in accordance with the quality requirements and a target price.

Roles
Measuring and communicating performance
The SPM is expected to measure the performance of the suppliers in the portfolio. The SPM shall be knowledgeable about the performance, which should be formally communicated to the suppliers and the internal team.

In particular, the SPM will:
- Broadcast regular performance Score Cards.
- Ensure that management, especially at the supplier is aware of performance issues.
- Link the supplier performance to the contractual obligations and calculate penalties or claim when applicable.
- Implement relevant logistic and quality KPIs with the suppliers to anticipate performance problems.
Recovering non performance

The SPM is expected to lead and coordinates the actions to recover the supplier performance to the expected levels (often defined in the contracts). The SPM is expected to visit the supplier frequently to support the performance recovery efforts.
In particular, the SPM will:

1. Characterize the consequences of supplier performance to the downstream supply chain (including Safran assembly line and customers).
2. Define, with the supplier and the Safran team, at the appropriate management level, an action plan to contain and recover nonperformance.
3. Use the contracts to incentivize the supplier to promptly recover. Manage, in coordination with the commercial teams, the claim process when it is relevant.

Assessing and preventing risks of non-performance
The SPM is responsible for identifying and mitigating risks that the suppliers in the portfolio will fail to perform at the expected levels. It will be done with different analysis and by regularly visiting the suppliers' manufacturing locations.
In particular, the SPM will:

1. Lead regular risks analysis with the supplier, including load versus capacity assessment, new products industrialization risks … Those analysis are formally presented by Safran leaders and the suppliers General Managers.
2. Build, with the supplier, a Business Continuity Plan to mitigate occurrence and impacts of major events (fire, flood, explosion …).
3. Manage a plan to reduce supplier risks of nonperformance (reduce occurrence and impact).
4. Define a visit and audit plan, tailored to each supplier.

Description complémentaire

Coordinating the Safran team

The SPM is expected to coordinate the Safran internal team working with the suppliers (including: planner, quality engineer, purchaser, and industrialization leaders.). The coordination shall be done at the operation and management levels and will include meeting rituals (yearly, monthly, weekly) with or without the suppliers.

Development
The SPM is expected to contribute to continuous improvements of Safran and Suppliers' in the portfolio. The SPM will rely on the Lean/6 sigma tools to implement action that will:
- increase suppliers production robustness (shorten lead-times, reduce scrap)
- reduce production costs and therefore products prices
- reduce suppliers and Safran carbon footprint
Support activities
As a local representative of Safran Aircraft Engines, the role of the North American SPM is also to support other Safran locations (especially from France) and to be in contact with the suppliers. As a result, the SPM tasks might extend beyond the standard activities.

Exigences du poste

Applicants must hold a Bachelor degree. The preferred candidate will hold either a Master of Science (M.S.) or a Master of Business Administration (MBA).

Plus if applicant has some relevant experience.

• Business Skills:

The applicants must have at least one of the following experience in an industrial environment (preferred Aerospace or automotive):
- Experienced in operation management
- Experienced in Supply Chain management
- Experienced in project management

The applicants must be familiar with the LEAN principles (preferred Green Belt certified).
The applicants must be able to manipulate data and be efficient in Excel.

• “Soft” Skills:

Excellent communication skills (ability to summarize and convey complex messages).
Resilient to stress and pressure (that could result for performance crisis).
Focused on innovation and problem solving.
Integration within Safran

The SPM will report to a North American SPM Manager. Applicant will also interact with one or several commodity SPM Managers, based in France and integrated in Safran Aircraft Engines purchasing organization.

Spécificité du travail

Overall the SPM is expected to spend ~30% of his/her time visiting suppliers.

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Safran est un groupe international de haute technologie opérant dans les domaines de l'aéronautique (propulsion, équipements et intérieurs), de l'espace et de la défense. Sa mission : contribuer durablement à un monde plus sûr, où le transport aérien devient toujours plus respectueux de l'environnement, plus confortable et plus accessible. Implanté sur tous les continents, le Groupe emploie 79 000 collaborateurs pour un chiffre d'affaires de 16,5 milliards d'euros en 2020, et occupe, seul ou en partenariat, des positions de premier plan mondial ou européen sur ses marchés. Safran s'engage dans des programmes de recherche et développement qui préservent les priorités environnementales de sa feuille de route d'innovation technologique. Safran est classé meilleur employeur mondial 2020 dans son secteur par le magazine Forbes. Safran Aircraft Engines conçoit, produit et commercialise, seul ou en coopération, des moteurs aéronautiques civils et militaires aux meilleurs niveaux de performance. La société est notamment, à travers CFM International*, le leader mondial de la propulsion d'avions commerciaux courts et moyen-courriers. Dans le domaine de la propulsion militaire, la société a intégralement conçu développé et produit le M88 et le M53 qui équipent respectivement le Rafale et le Mirage 2000 et sera intégrateur du moteur du futur avion de combat européen. *CFM International est une société commune 50/50 de Safran Aircraft Engines et GE.