Manager of Engineering & Maintenance Procurement

The objective of the Supplier Management & Procurement (SM&P) department is to deliver best value and cost savings in all aviation contracts. As Manager of Engineering & Maintenance (E&M) Procurement you will be a subject matter expert in the field of E&M. You are responsible for medium to high-value/risk E&M procurement projects and for managing the agreements throughout their life-cycle. You will work cross-category, if needed, ensuring flexibility within the team to cover all workload across the SM&P department.

Vacature

As a Manager of E&M Procurement, you will work in accordance to the defined E&M procurement strategy and plans, and work together with the Head of E&M Procurement to implement the strategic vision for E&M procurement. You will build and maintain subject matter knowledge within the field of E&M including obtaining market intelligence by analysing market developments – new trends, supplier entry/exists, decisions of governments, etc and look for and report innovative business solutions which could be used as opportunities for savings. Review information on quality and performance of suppliers, based on quality reports and business intelligence analysis reports.

As Manager of E&M Procurement, you will manage the procurement process for medium to high value/risk E&M procurement projects following the SM&P process and procedures manual, and support and/or review other projects, mainly in the field of E&M. You will lead procurement process in co-operation with operational stakeholders and work in close co-operation with other procurement manager(s) or specialist(s). This will include, evaluating all procurement requests and challenge internal customers and suppliers to provide innovative solutions and perform detailed proposal analysis and comparison. You will manage any and all activities involved in implementing commercial agreements including the issue of commercial material to suppliers, as described in SM&P process and procedures manual.

As Manager of E&M Procurement, you will manage contracts through their life-cycle from an administrative and commercial point of view, following the SM&P process and procedures manual. You will provide guidance to stakeholders on contractual matters and support in ongoing supplier management of contracts.

As Manager of E&M Procurement, you will manage the resolution of escalated contractual claims and disputes between operational departments, internal stakeholders and suppliers and obtain compensation, if contractual terms & conditions are not fulfilled. You will familiarize and engage with new suppliers as well as develop and maintain relationships with existing suppliers. You will be able to manage long-term supplier performance by reviewing supplier performance reports and by organizing regular service/performance review meetings with suppliers and business owners. You will analyse operational risks for E&M based on market intelligence, business intelligence analysis reports and financial risk reports. Report if risk level changes/increases and make recommendation for further actions.

You will develop and leverage internal networks, in cooperation with internal (SM&P colleagues, operational departments etc.) and external (suppliers, etc.) stakeholders, ensuring the best input and output of your scope. Training and the rollout to internal stakeholders – such as Finance, where the drivers need to be correct in the ERP system to ensure best practice. At all times, ensure you are acting according to TUI values and relevant procurement policies, and report to a person of trust in case you notice non-compliance.

Functie-eisen

  • Have at least a relevant graduate degree, a CIPS qualification or equivalent by experience. Master’s degree is  desired but not essential;
  • Have a good knowledge of English, knowledge of other languages is  desired but not essential;
  • Have experience in an operational E&M airline environment;
  • Experience in  procurement is desired but not essential;
  • Have a commercial mindset, continually evaluating the costs and benefits of a decision;
  • Have strong numeric, analytical and problem solving skills with eye for detail, at the same time maintaining an overview;
  • Able to identify and understand key drivers in any scenario;
  • Able to challenge assumptions and to think out of the box;
  • Have extensive understanding of contractual legal terms & conditions;
  • Have good communication and reporting skills;
  • Have good negotiation, influencing and persuading skills;
  • Understand cultural differences, able to manage the complexity and ambiguity resulting from multiple stakeholders of differing sizes and based in different countries;
  • Able to work, always innovating, in a rapidly changing environment, prioritizing accordingly;
  • Able to easily develop a strong network of contacts throughout the business and industry, gaining the support and commitment of key players to key projects;
  • Have ‘can-do’ attitude, work result-oriented and take initiative;
  • Able to travel regularly to meet with suppliers and internal stakeholders, for example;
  • Able to work according TUI values and procurement policies.

Bedrijfsomschrijving

TUI Group is the leading tourism business with over 67,000 employees across the world. The Group includes our unique hotel portfolio, our cruise ships, our own aircraft, tour operators, travel agencies, and much more. At TUI, we have embarked on a journey of development towards a more digital, connected and integrated future. But we haven’t arrived there yet. Join us now and shape the future of travel.

You can look forward to a competitive salary, pension scheme and further benefits such as generous holiday discounts, great rates with foreign exchange and discounts with retailers.

Contactinformatie

If you have questions about this vacancy, you can contact the resourcing department; 070 326 6677 or resourcing@tui.nl.

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