Job Description: The Material Program Manager (MPM) is a strong leader with demonstrated project management skills. Must be a self-starter, capable of developing and achieving organizational and program objectives, and able to successfully interface with all levels of internal management.
Will be responsible for developing and executing Supply Chain (SC) strategies and plans for capture/proposal efforts and program execution. The MPM will serve as the liaison between the Program Executive, Program Managers, Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) and the Supply Chain organization and will be responsible for the development, coordination and execution of all program material strategies, supply chain objectives, and enterprise objectives. Serve as the leader for all program supply chain activities, and will advise the Business Unit SC Director and Sr. Manager as well as the Program Management Office leadership team on material strategies and plans and may also be required to direct other MPMs on the program supported activities. You lead the front end of the business SC activities including early SC involvement that is focused on Enterprise Subcontract Process Excellence (ESPX) and other strategic sourcing initiatives. The position requires an individual who can exert influence and have an effect on the overall objectives and long-range goals of the program and the program IPT team.
MPM is the single point of contact to management and to internal customers, including Program Office, Quality, Engineering, Operations, Finance, and Contracts and will represent the Supply Chain organization on policies, strategies and objectives, oversee all SC activities needed to meet program requirements, and ensures a strong link within and between various SC functions, including Sourcing, Logistics, and Production Control. The MPM is the acknowledged expert on all supply chain issues and their impact on the enterprise programs.
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Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.