Materials Management Readiness Specialist
Contingent Labor contract with an Oil & Gas company
Our vision is to help our people and organizations thrive, which includes supporting our employees, both personally and professionally, creating opportunities to advance their career. Who doesn’t want to thrive in their career? Consider joining our team and becoming a part of our family. Along with a competitive salary, you will play a direct role in the continued success of our company, the customer and your local community.
Why Join ASCI?
- We have a zero Total Recordable Incident Rate
- Our average employee seniority is 8+ years
- Our positions cover a variety of functional areas, geographical areas, and industries
What can you bring to the ASCI Team?
- Safety: We strive to create an environment where communication is open and everyone recognizes that our work is never so urgent that we cannot take the time to watch out for each other.
- Integrity: We always do the right thing, even when no one is looking. We have the courage to challenge each other and accept feedback.
- Responsive: We understand that responsiveness is about consistently providing accurate and concise communication at the right time.
- Continuous Improvement: We strive to proactively find ways to improve and adapt ourselves, our processes and our customers.
- Community: We recognize that our success is only achieved by focusing on the impact we have on others.
Benefits Eligible: Optional
Location: Anchorage, Alaska – office based
Advanced Supply Chain International (ASCI) is currently seeking applicants to be considered for a Materials Management Readiness Specialist role. The Materials Management Readiness Specialist will be responsible for ensuring the Materials Management (MM) function is equipped and ready to support O&M at first oil to ensure safe, efficient and compliant operations.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Promote and lead in the implementation of the clients policies and procedures, including Safety, health, environment, process, people and planning.
- Ensure systems and processes are in place and fit for purpose for MM including cataloguing, demand creation, material planning, warehousing, purchasing and inventory management.
- Develop and implement an MRO integration program to include the procurement, supply, consolidation and transportation of O&M material to the clients storage facilities.
- Ensure MM data is acquired throughout construction to support catalogue creation, reporting and analytics, inventory valuation and regulatory requirements.
- Play a key role in selection of warehouse and storage footprint based on SLAs with Operations, storage costs, contracting strategies and material care and preservation requirements.
- Develop procedures that govern Alaska MM activities to include receiving/issuing, catalogue management, Materials Requirement Planning (MRP), inventory disposals, OSDD, refurbishment, and cycle counting.
- Play a key role in selection of the on-slope materials management contractor to include evaluation criteria, resource deployment and contract accountability.
- Play a key role in build-out of warehouse and yard space with the goals of optimizing storage space, deploying appropriate material handling equipment and ensuring safety and compliance with federal agencies.
- Develop reporting capabilities within the BU to enable data analytics, facilitate inventory optimization and support O&M efficiency.
- Fulfill role as SCM SAP super user and champion system changes as the company implements roadmap items in the coming years.
Minimum Qualifications Skills & Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in Business, Supply Chain or related.
- 7+ years’ SAP experience; in-depth knowledge of systems design, deployment, and utilization in the Oil & Gas industry
- 5+ years’ Alaska North Slope experience
- Proficient in oral and written communications
- Effective interpersonal skills required to interact at all levels of seniority
- Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and perform under pressure
- Anchorage, AK, USA