Interim Supplier Delivery Co-Ordinator

To plan, organise, and set firm supplier schedules from a group of approved suppliers that are managed in accordance with established procedures.

Purpose:

  • To plan, organise, and set firm supplier schedules from a group of approved suppliers that are managed in accordance with established procedures/policies, ensuring consistency of supply while managing inventory levels in line with budgetary requirements.
  • A robust cascade of the supplier order books, communicating delivery requirements against the company MPS; providing effective delivery plans that are commitment accepted by the external suppliers.
  • Provide feedback on short, medium-term supplier delivery performance in the form of a supplier scorecard informing the buying team of any future sourcing risk based on demonstrated performance KPIs

Key responsibilities:

  • Ensure external supplier deliveries are aligned with the operational requirements across multiple customer programmes being a critical function of the role expectations.
  • Be the key supply chain focal contact for all manufacturing needs, ensuring delivery information is communicated daily on the line walks across all manufacturing sites.
  • To manage supplier performance for delivery requirements, resolving processes and complex problems within the external supplier chain ensuring that they are resolved in a timely manner.
  • Co-ordination of the supplier(s) regular order books maintaining accurate and achievable delivery commitments against set targets.
  • To coordinate part-based delivery schedules from the buying team that meet the MRP schedules set out in the master schedule.
  • Running system programme reports, summarising supplier shortage status.
  • Summarise and forecast purchase shortages based on information generated acting where supply and demand do not match.

Key performance measures:

  • On-time delivery to the company master production schedule (MRP)
  • Full visibility of all supplier programme shortages with action plans in place for full part(s) recovery to meet the operational needs
  • Report out on delivery KPI (OTIF) and supplier quality KPI (OTQ) by defined supplier ownership
  • Execute and return of full supplier order book weekly managing firm delivery dates that can be communicated in the executive system.