Do you have experience with equipment and tooling design, and would you like to use your expertise to build up a new team from scratch? Do you have an improvement-oriented mindset combined with excellent stakeholder management skills?
…be responsible for developing new equipment and tooling solutions for the Global Supply Chain Management organisation (GSCM). As a part of the Supply Chain Engineering Assembly (Nacelle, Hub, Power Conversion Module), you will identify potential improvement areas and needs for new tools and equipment along the value chain in GSCM, but also in interfacing organisations.
This could be driven by global footprint expansions, improvement initiatives to bring down cost in procurement, manufacturing, or logistics, or due to introduction of new products that require new tooling and equipment solutions.
The requirement specification will be used to have the equipment or tool designed by an external supplier. As the first employee and manager of this team, you will also be responsible for recruiting the team while handling operational tasks until the team members are on board.
…has good understanding of business processes and project management as well as basic understanding of supply chain management. You have at least 5 years of experience within management, as well as equipment or tools design combined with a technical education on bachelor’s level. It is important that you can keep the overview and prioritise your tasks, navigating easily in a varied and dynamic working environment. As a person, you are proactive and result-oriented, and you have a structured and systematic approach to your tasks.