Supply Chain Manager

L3harris Williamsport , PA

Posted 4 weeks ago


Job Title: Supply Chain Manager

Job Code: AS20211509-69451

Job Location: Williamsport, PA

Job Description:

This position is responsible for managing subcontracts, procurement of materials, components, supplies, and capital equipment and services consistent with program schedules, contracts, and government specifications. Additionally, responsible for the direction of inventory control, production planning, stockroom, shipping and receiving.

Essential Functions:

  • Organizes, develops, and leads a competent and motivated Procurement, Inventory Control, Production Planning, and Warehouse staff through effective hiring, procedural development, training, and supervision.

  • Overall responsible for the negotiation and management of subcontracts for machined and/or fabricated parts, electronic components, commodities, and technical services.

  • Maintains a continual cost reduction program to motivate buyers and vendors to seek cost savings or cost reduction opportunities.

  • Reviews and approves all purchases, including supporting documentation, above buyers authorized dollar amount, sole source purchases, and any service agreements in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR's and DFAR's), Truth In Negotiations Act (TINA), and Company Policies.

  • Oversees planning and control of production scheduling activities to create and support the Master Production Schedule to meet customer on time delivery.

  • Provide training and support to maintain an effective Production Control and Planning team.

  • Assures stockroom inventory levels are accurate and at optimum levels to meet production and engineering needs and at same point avoids stress on operating capital resources.

  • Develops and maintains Supply Chain Key Performance Indicators and operational Metrics to drive continual improvement.

  • Oversees supplier performance and supplier corrective action process through effective vendor performance analysis to ensure best value and service.

  • Maintains vendor purchase order terms and conditions current with Government Standards and Company Policy.

  • Will be an active participant in Segment and Corporate SCM initiatives.

  • Oversees the Sales, Inventory, and Operations Planning (SIOP) process.

  • Informs upper management on department status and presents to Executive Management during regular business reviews.

  • Plans and establishes objectives, goals, standards, forecasts, budgets, and special projects as required.

  • Manages the Small/Disadvantaged Business Program and Master Subcontracting Plan for customer and DOD approval.

  • Prepare Small Business Subcontracting Plan, establish goals, and measure performance.

  • Provide outreach assistance to Small Business subcontractors on various SBA programs available.

  • Knowledge of and compliance with all required regulations, including but not limited to FAR/DFAR/CAS and ITAR.

  • Responsible for the successful conduct of all Government and L3 audits for all SCM disciplines, including CPSR audits.

  • Prepare semi-annual government subcontracting reports, annual plan and other reports as required.


  • Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain Management (SCM), or equivalent business training.

  • APICS CPIM or CSCP certified.

  • Minimum of Eight (8) years Supply Chain Management experience in DOD environment.

  • Minimum of five (5) years supervisory experience.

  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office tools, i.e., Word, Excel, and Access.

  • Fully proficient in and broad experience with a current ERP system (such as Infor LN or SAP) with knowledge of report writing and generation tools within the system.

  • Experienced in maintaining policies and procedures.

  • Prior audit experience including DCMA.CPSR, ISO9000 and Small Busines Plans

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