Northrop Grumman Supply Chain Management Group seeks a Supply Chain Planning Analyst 3 to join its team.
This position is located in Linthicum, MD.
The Analyst develops and implements long-term supply chain strategies and networks that address capacity issues and production location decisions in support of business growth.
Specifically, this position performs the following work responsibilities:
Supports business execution of new programs and initiatives that include promotional activities, forecast and coordination for key events, new product launches, and network redesigns.
Monitors key performance indicators, analyzes cost-to-serve performance data, and
coordinates cross-functional work teams to increase effectiveness of supply chain initiatives.
Reporting into the Supply Chain Program Manager, provides support that will help to ensure the supply chain management requirements identified during a proposal or program execution phase of programs are being addressed.
Working with the Proposal and Program Teams, the Analyst evaluates material and equipment requirements throughout the life of a program.
In conjunction with business development efforts, the Analyst works with the Subcontract Administrators as well as the Business Development and Program Teams to define bid and proposal requirements, schedules and budgets, and draft and/or update the initial make or buy plans and various supply chain management strategies related to materials, procurement and
With the Subcontract Administrators, tracks performance against B&P schedule of activities, supports the source evaluation and selection process of suppliers during the pricing of all material and subcontract requirements; prepares proposal pricing inputs; and supports the team in the development of supplier capabilities and risk profiles, presentations and various reports.
During the execution of a program, the Analyst works with members of the supply chain management team to monitor and provide status of material, procurement and subcontract activities as well as report on the cost, schedule and quality performance of the supply chain requirements for the program.
Provides oversight of supply chain activities being performed on multiple programs.