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have an exciting opportunity for a Project Procurement Manager (PPM) to join
Siemens Aero Derivative Gas Turbine business based in Warwick. As a PPM you
will be responsible to integrate Procurement in the project management process
and project teams from the ‘bid’ phase through to execution. This individual
will organise, control and monitor all Procurement activities within the
projects and introduce Procurement strategies targeting maximum contribution to
the operating result.
This position will work with our ‘Modifications & Upgrades (Mods & Ups)’ and Long Term Projects (LTP’s) teams to support them through the life-cycle. Key areas of importance and focus will be cost competitiveness, quality of bid information, development of responsiveness targets and improvements in accordance with the agreed customer requirements using standard tools and methods.
It’s incredibly important that our people enjoy working here and therefore we take great pride in having a friendly, helpful and engaging culture. We also appreciate that development and training is important to many and that’s why we have a supportive environment which invests in our employee’s development, whether that’s Chartership, training or mentoring
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What part will you play?
Participate in project/sales meetings as project core team member to provide information about supply market, preferred suppliers and supplier innovation (regarding goods and services) at an early stage to optimise supplier selection, internal workflows and processes.
Early Involvement during sales phase - Analyse sales and operations planning in respect of starting/new projects in order to ensure the involvement of Procurement.
Control all Procurement resources and activities in the project and inform all involved within Procurement to deliver optimum impact for the business (Procurement plan, target-costing) relating to budget, availability, timeline and quality. Apply Procurement regulations as per Compliance, organisation standards and PM@Siemens.
Analyse scope of supply, contractual obligations and understand customer’s functional needs. Identify particular Procurement risks, opportunities, potential changes, claims and market forces the entire project, together with Commodity Management, to avoid potential damage / exploit potential.
Support project bid preparation /calculation with reliable and up-to-date cost data on the basis of Total Cost of Ownership (ToCO) and contribution to increased hit rate
Ensure that Procurement risks, changes to original scope of supply and potential claims (towards customers and suppliers) are covered in valid contracts. Ensure that contractual obligations (towards the customer that must be fulfilled by supplier) are covered in a way that mitigates the own risk exposure.
Proactively ensure Supplier On time delivery and provide status transparency to internal stakeholders.
We don't need superheros, just super minds.
Experience in Project Management & Procurement
Degree or equivalent experience in related field industry
Demonstrated results in achieving increasing value and significant savings for stakeholder & Customers.
Self-motivated with a mind-set of challenging the existing status quo while exhibiting the ability to collaborate and build relationships with stakeholders
A driven leader with excellent communication and organisational skills while possessing the ability to influence and constructively challenge cross-functional project teams and business partners to achieve project goals
Strong skill set in gaining marketplace intelligence and communicating the commercial impact of such information back to internal decision makers for timely resolution.
Experience analysing proposals/bid packages and conducting supplier analysis.
Experience of gas turbine packages would be highly desirable
Siemens Gas and Power is focused on helping customers navigate the world’s most pressing energy problems, both for today and tomorrow. Some of our products, solutions and services make fossil energy greener, deliver decentralised flexible power solutions and manage the complexities of the grid.
Our benefits package includes a competitive base salary and annual bonus. We celebrate the fact that our employees are individuals and have different wants and needs. With this in mind, we have a flexible benefits scheme where you can tailor your benefits package to suit you. We offer 26 days holiday (which increases with service), up to 10% pension contribution match, an excellent company share scheme and employee discounts just to name a few.
If we all thought the same, we would never think of anything new. That’s why we recruit great minds from all walks of life. We recognise that building a diverse workforce is critical to the success of our business; therefore, we encourage applications from a diverse talent pool and welcome the opportunity to discuss flexibility requirements with our applicants to encourage agile working and innovation.
Planned changes to our business
In May 2019 Siemens announced that its Gas and Power (GP) business, comprising the company's oil and gas, conventional power generation, power transmission and related services businesses – is to be given complete independence and entrepreneurial freedom through a carveout and a subsequent public listing (spinoff). Plans call for the stock exchange listing to take place by September 2020. We're convinced that this strategic decision will be positive for all participants and enable long-term value creation for customers, employees and shareholders. Click here for more information on the Gas & Power business
Job ID: 196441
Organization: Gas and Power
Company: Industrial Turbine Company (UK) Limited
Experience Level: not defined
Job Type: Full-time