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The key function of the Procurement and Stock Management Specialist is to provide procurement services within the Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) Logistics Management Unit (LMU), primarily associated with Foreign Military Sales (FMS) support exercised through the US Navy. Procurement services include purchase of equipment BDS&C (Break Down Spares & Consumables, Repair items, and other) as well as arranging repair activities through the FMS pipeline and other contractual arrangements. The majority of activities involve the utilisation of Commonwealth and USN (United States Navy) information systems, procedures, and using Commonwealth funds.
On behalf of the Commonwealth and Boeing and using Commonwealth funds and Defence?s purchasing process and systems, effect procurement of RIs (Repairable Items) and Non-RIs (Non Repairable Items) that have been Approved for purchase by the Commonwealth Representative based on Boeing?s Stock Assessment and Financial Forecast Report (SAFF Report) or as otherwise directed.
Comply with any Commonwealth instructions and policies relating to the procurement of those Approved RIs and Non-RIs.
Purchase Flight Safety Critical Aircraft Parts (FSCAP), as identified in the respective Technical Maintenance Plan and maintenance manuals, from the OEM or an OEM-approved supplier.
As directed by Boeing, support the Commonwealth and or Boeing to procure services and or additional equipment required to support the sustainment activities undertaken by ACEASPO, using Commonwealth funds and Defence?s purchasing process and system.
Support Boeing to conduct Requirements Determination, Stock Assessment, codification and cataloguing activities.
Provide input relating to costs transaction analysis and control in order to support the development of Life Cycle Cost analysis and models.
Support Boeing to provide, for Commonwealth Approval, a bi-annual Stock Assessment and Financial Forecasting Report.
Support Boeing in the development of a disposal recommendation to the Commonwealth. Representative for Commonwealth Approval, which shall accord with the ESCM, and where applicable, International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITARs).
Key Skills, Experience and Qualifications
Formal qualifications (Cert III or higher) in a Logistics related discipline (Engineering / Supply / Logistics), or an equivalent of technical trade experience.
Minimum of 2 years? experience in a Defence Engineering and/ or Logistics related role.
Experience with the use and management of Defence inventory tools including MILIS, LNIDS and AIMS.
Essential requirement of MILIS Purchasing course 207879
Proven experience with and current Simple Procurement qualification
Proven in-depth experience working within multi-disciplinary teams.
At Raytheon Australia we respect the value of military service. Many of our customers are the men and women who defend our nation and its interests while a number of our employees also serve in the Reserves or are military veterans themselves.
Being a major supplier to the Australian Defence Force (ADF), we recognise the particular talents that only veterans can offer. Working with Raytheon provides former members of the ADF an opportunity to bring their military skills to the private sector for a successful transition into the civilian workforce. To support them in this, Raytheon Australia guarantees every veteran and their partner an interview for a role where their skills or experience align with selection criteria. Applications must be received via our careers website. To learn more about our support for those who have served visit
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