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  • Aerospace in the UK
    Thales UK is relied on by customers all over the world to keep them safe, connected and always prepared. We provide advanced hardware and technology, plus extensive support and training for all types of platforms and systems.
  • Defence in the UK
    Thales UK works with air forces, navies and armies both in the UK and export market as a significant defence contractor and systems integrator, helping to equip almost every major platform in service or in development with the UK armed forces.
  • Security in the UK
    Thales UK is a recognised world leader in the design and supply of critical systems and resilient solutions that help governments, local authorities and civil operators protect citizens, sensitive data and infrastructure against complex threats.
  • Transportation in the UK
    Our technology and systems allow transport operators all over the world to implement complex upgrade and modernisation programmes, working collaboratively with us as a trusted partner.

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£50m +
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Research, Technology and Innovation

At Thales UK we pride ourselves in our ability to supply customers with world class, innovative solutions to create a safer world.

Meeting and exceeding the expectations of all our customers requires a mindful approach to complex problems as well as the ability to deliver compelling, modular propositions with added value across our full range of activities…

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  • Project Controller & Planner
    Regular Employment - United Kingdom

    Primary Purpose of the Role:
    The principle purpose of the role is to support the Project Management Team by providing an effective specialised Project Control service for their projects.
    Principal Relationships:

    -    Project Management Team (including Project Management Office)
    -    Liaison with Bids & Project Management (BPM) function (especially Project Management Office colleagues on other projects).
    -    Liaison with other business functions, including Technical, Finance, Commercial, Legal, Quality, Health & Safety, Operations

    Key Responsibilities and Tasks:

    -    To be accountable for governance, deployment & reporting of Risk & Opportunity Management
    -    To be responsible for the independent assurance review and reporting process
    -    To lead on the assessment of risk and contingency in assurance reviews and activities
    -    To collect and monitor the use of ‘lessons learned’ as part of a continuous improvement culture
    -    To lead on the production of the monthly project reports
    -    To support the project contract review
    -    To provide guidance to Project Management Office team on the project comprising Planners and Project Support staff
    -    To ensure the correct and effective Project Governance is applied
    -    To assist with the production of project plans using the Primavera toolset
    -    To ensure all Project activities undertaken comply with the relevant Thales Chorus processes
    -    The role will also involve occasional ad-hoc duties that are not listed above but are necessary to respond to the needs of the business. These ad-hoc duties will be consistent with the nature of a Project Control position within Thales.

    Key performance Indicators against Responsibilities and Tasks (professional only):

    -    Supporting project review
    -    Generating the monthly reporting pack by working with senior project staff and work package managers
    -    Ensure the inputs to key review meetings are produced and distributed in a timely manner e.g. report template, Earned Value statistics, latest baseline plan, latest revised estimates

    Skills:

    Essential
    -    The ability to interpret the requirements of projects for a project control service and to effectively apply the correct processes and tools to ensure the effective delivery of the service, either directly or through the direction to other member of the Project Management Office.
    -    The ability to provide accurate and up to date project control information to decision-makers in the Project Management Team.
    -    Strong stakeholder management capabilities to work across the boundaries with the B&PM job family and across other functions.
    -    Ability to establish and meet deadlines, multi-task and prioritise
    -    Excellent communicator
    -    Strong planning and delivery orientation, including Primavera knowledge
    -    Commercial / financial / business acumen
    -    Contributes positively to a collaborative working environment

    Desirable

    -    Knowledge of a range of transportation solutions, including train control, communication and safety systems

    Experience:

    Essential
    -    Experience of providing an effective project control service in a complex multiple project delivery environment
    -    Experience that demonstrates a practical knowledge of the full business lifecycle management, including capture, qualification and developing capture plans and winning strategies
    -    Experience of client and stakeholder management in a complex, multi-disciplinary, multi-site project management context. 
    -    Experience that has provided a practical knowledge of commercial management, best practice supply chain and finance functions.
    -    A positive attitude combined with excellent interpersonal and motivational skills.
    -    An ability to embrace and encourage change.

    Desirable

    -    Experience in a technical environment within the rail industry (signalling a distinct advantage with LU experience preferred)

    Values & Behaviours:

    As a minimum standard these should be consistent with the descriptions of Thales values and behaviours:
    -    Customer Trust
    -    One Team – One Thales
    -    Developing our people
    -    Accountable and committed to excellence
    -    Agile and Innovative

    Financial / Budgetary Responsibility:

    -    None

    Qualifications:

    Essential
    -    Educated to Diploma (HND) level in a subject with clear relevance to project management.
    -    As a minimum Level D Professional accreditation with the Association for Project Management (or equivalent level of professional accreditation).


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  • Technical Directorate - Technology and Innovation
    Regular Employment - United Kingdom

    The technology and systems expertise offered by Thales’s Transportation team powers safe, reliable and efficient services to rail networks the world over. In the UK, we deliver advanced signalling, supervision and control, integrated communications, security and information systems for urban rail, mainline rail and road networks. And as we continue to grow our business, we need more talent to join us in making our cities better connected.

    Primary Purpose of the Role:

    Reporting to the Technical Director, the Head of Technology and Innovation will be responsible for the identification, development and adoption of new technologies within the Thales Transportation Systems business in the UK.

    Working closely with Thales Research and Technology, the Head of Technology and Innovation will be required to develop an awareness and familiarity of the Research and Technology programmes being undertaken within Thales – internal technology watch.

    The Head of Technology and Innovation will establish working relationships with academia to develop an awareness and familiarity of the Transportation related Research and Technology programmes being undertaken in academia – academia technology watch.

    The Head of Technology and Innovation will establish the necessary mechanisms to develop an awareness and familiarity of the Transportation related Research and Technology programmes being undertaken by other establishments – external technology watch.

    The objective will be to lever new technologies in the products, systems, solutions and services offered by Thales Transportation Systems, where such new technologies provide the opportunity to increase the benefits offered to the customer whilst reducing the costs associated with delivery and operation.

    Where necessary, the Head of Technology and Innovation will also work closely with the Division and with other units within the Thales Transportation Systems group of companies world-wide to explore and promote the adoption of new technologies within the respective product roadmaps as appropriate.

    The Head of Technology and Innovation will be responsible for developing and maintaining a culture of innovation throughout the Transportation Systems business in the UK, encouraging and engendering innovation into everyone’s daily roles, including innovative improvements to the solutions and services offered, to the way in which solutions and services are delivered, and in adopting new technologies or new techniques.

    The Head of Technology and Innovation will be required to support the development of investment cases and will be responsible for identifying and levering sources of funding for R&D activities, including R&T.

    The Head of Technology and Innovation will be responsible for specifying and managing the delivery of research into specialist technical topics, technology investigations and technology exploration, as well as technology feasibility evaluation studies and technology demonstrations.


    Key Responsibilities and Tasks:

    • Identify, develop and adopt new technologies as appropriate
    • Carry out technology watch, internal, academia and external, and evaluate applicability
    • Establish links and relationships with academia
    • Lever new technologies to enhance the products, systems, solutions and services offered, and to increase the efficiency of their delivery and operation
    • Develop and maintain a culture of innovation
    • Develop investment cases
    • Identify sources and secure funding for R&D activities, including R&T
    • Define and manage the delivery of research and technology
    • Deliver new technology demonstrations leading to new technology adoption




    Skills, experience and qualifications needed:

    • Ability to work collaboratively within an integrated team containing Products and Systems technical expertise, strategically driven in a stimulating environment to meet stretched timescales;
    • Strong technical communications at all levels;
    • Technical and personnel leadership skills;
    • Innovation;
    • Transportation Systems familiarity.
    • Experience in the adoption of new technology;
    • Experience in the delivery of innovation initiatives aimed at improving operational performance;
    • Knowledge of safe, high availability, resilient and secure solutions, concepts, engineering principles and processes;
    • Experience of identification, evaluation and decomposition of customer technical requirements;
    • Degree qualified in a scientific, technical or engineering discipline, or equivalent



    Our common goal across Transportation Systems is to be acclaimed by our customers as the market leader for delivering safe and sustainable transportation solutions; yet significant challenges stand in the way. To support our achievement of this goal and differentiate GTS from its competitors, we are committed to quality at every level across GTS. We deliver this commitment by focusing on the quality of what we deliver to the customer, being proactive and looking at continually improving the way we work.

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  • Navaids Engineer
    Regular Employment - United Kingdom

    Aquila Air Traffic Management Services is the chosen provider to safely deliver Air Traffic Services including Engineering Service Delivery to the UK Ministry of Defence through a transformational project named Project Marshall. Project Marshall is a major Air Traffic Management (ATM) delivery programme which will deliver a capability upgrade providing the MOD with ATM Services for a period of 22 years.

    Purpose of the Role:
    We are currently looking to expand our Engineering team and are looking to recruit a versatile Systems Engineer. Working as part of a multi-disciplined team, the Systems Engineer, will be involved in all aspects of Service Delivery including safety and through life management of ATM assets (Navigational Aids, Surveillance, Communications and Information systems), delivery of new assets into service, development of change proposals, post design services and provision of technical advice.

    Key Accountabilities

    • Support the Technical Service Manger (TSM) and Service Design Authority in discharging their Safety responsibilities for the Technical Services and associated equipment:
    • Assurance of Technical Service and Equipment Safety cases.
    • Support the Authority led Safety Case Reviews.
    • Assist in the investigation and safety assessment of incidents.
    • Equipment performance monitoring to maintain safety.
    • Through Life Management for each equipment within the Technical Services portfolio, including:
    • Assisting in the management of equipment obsolescence, and development/update of Equipment Replacement plans.
    • Capture and provision of reliability data to support the maintenance of availability and spares models.
    • Provide support for delivery into service of new Technical Services and equipment, including:
    • Input and support to the generation of requirements specifications.
    • Participate in the Acceptance and Commissioning Process of delivered assets into service from the asset delivery teams, including:
    • Provide input to system, sub-system and equipment level Verification Cross Reference Matrices (VCRMs) to assure that they define appropriate verification methods and capture suitable acceptance evidence for all requirements.
    • Perform or support test and Engineering Validation activities.
    • Capture and document acceptance arguments.
    • Verify that the production documentation is ready for service.
    • Develop, Review and publish Support Policy and Maintenance Policy Documentation.
    • Support the initial provisioning of spares and test equipment.
    • Support the Aquila Change Management Process, including:
    • Input to Engineering Submissions for Change Proposals, including formalising the change description, requirements, architectural design, impact assessment and plans.
    • Support for the generation of estimated costs for proposed changes.
    • Provision of Post Design Services, including review and update of maintenance documentation, assessment of OEM modification proposals and software update proposals.
    • Provision of support for fault investigations and Technical Advice.
    • Support the supply chain in managing the 4th line and CLS contracts.
    • Support the Risk Management process, including risk identification and mitigation.


    Qualifications, Experience, Skills and Personal Qualities

    • Degree in Engineering discipline is desirable. However equivalent relevant professional qualification, with evidence of a background and relevant experience gained within a military or civilian ATM engineering environment will be considered.
    • Relevant System Engineering experience, preferably within an ATM environment. Experience and knowledge of Navigational Aids, Surveillance, Communications and (ATM) Information systems is required.
    • Experience and knowledge of Defence and Civil standards and regulations relevant to an ATM environment is desirable.
    • Experience of supporting military assets in service, preferably within an ATM environment is desirable.
    • Relevant experience of high-integrity real-time systems within large scale, multi-disciplined projects and practical experience of delivering equipment into service, including verification and acceptance.
    • Knowledge of System Engineering processes and practices.
    • Strong focus on delivery.
    • Innovative in defining solutions and optimising processes and systems.
    • Strong customer focus and dedication to team work and exceptional standards of technical delivery.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • The ability to work proactively, within a defined framework, with a minimum of direct supervision highly motivated in the discharge of responsibilities and acc

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  • Project Planner
    Regular Employment - United Kingdom

    The Thales UK Bid & Project Management vision is:
    “Accountable professionals leading the successful delivery of bids and projects to all our customers”

    Thales people enjoy rewarding careers. That’s because they don’t just develop and deliver leading-edge technology; together we make a positive difference to the wider world. The work we do matters, making everyday life safer. Some of our work is unique, most of it is ground-breaking. Whatever their role in Thales, our employees can enjoy a real sense of purpose. Together we make the world a safer place.
    Primary Purpose of the Role:

    The Planner is responsible for provision of accurate, integrated and meaningful bid and / or project planning information to the management team and key stakeholders.
    This encompasses; monitoring, analysing and reporting for bid /project schedules to ensure that information is used in bid / project decision-making based upon the status of the most up to date schedule. The information provided to review and report the status of the bid / project must be based on auditable, controlled and managed data.

    Principal Relationships:

        Delivery Managers, Bid Managers, Project Managers
        Project Team
        The bid / project client
        Regular liaison with Bids & Project Management (BPM) function
        Occasional liaison with other business functions, including Sales & Marketing, Engineering, Technical, Finance, Commercial, Legal, Quality, Health & Safety, Operations.

    Key Responsibilities and Tasks:

        Maintain, develop & communicate the integrated bid / project plan in the designated planning tool set including all contract deliverable milestones, internal milestones, invoicing and sales milestones in accordance with the Thales Procedures.
        Monitor the integrated set of bid / project schedules, costs, and resources in accordance with the company timetable, procedures and working practices and cost structure and Work Break-down Structure.
        Undertake and coordinate the formal update of bid / project schedules, interdependencies, resource allocations budgets and financial status.
        Generate the overall critical path across the integrated set of bids / projects and reconcile issues, making recommendations to assist in the recovery of slippage, where applicable.
        Undertake Earned Value calculations, where applicable, to support bid / project performance forecasting. 
        Analyse resource profiles resulting from the monthly schedule update process and make recommendations to reconcile resource loading anomalies ahead of the Forward Load extraction.
        Undertake all baseline and change control activities associated with the schedules including regular local archiving of the associated database(s).
        Provide support to and facilitate Risk Reviews as required.
        The role will also involve occasional ad-hoc duties that are not listed above but are necessary to respond to the needs of the business. These ad-hoc duties will be consistent with the nature of a Project Planner position within Thales.

    Skills

    Essential
    •    Strong service delivery ethos and orientation
    •    Excellent technical project planning skills with proficiency in common project planning tool sets (such as Primavera, SAP).
    •    Proficient in Earned Value Management techniques
    •    Effective at operating across functional and departmental boundaries (working in a matrix style organisation)
    •    A strong understanding of the need for governance in bid / project management and the ability to uphold governance requirements.
    •    Ability to establish and meet deadlines, multi-task and prioritise without the requirement for regular direct supervision.
    •    Excellent communication skills to convey planning information to a variety of stakeholders.
    •    Can demonstrate commercial, financial and general business acumen.

    Desirable
    •    Experience in using Primavera P6.

    Experience:

    Essential
    •    Experience of providing a bid / project planning service within a medium to large organisation. The experience is required to demonstrate;
    o    A thorough understanding of planning techniques – for example; the application of critical path analysis, work breakdown structures etc…
    o    A high level of proficiency in the use of project planning tools and standard business administration software.
    o    Commercial awareness that demonstrates useable knowledge of how conditions of contract are applied.
    o    A track record of excellence in progress Reporting and KPI Production.

    Qualifications:

    Essential
        Educated to Diploma (HND) level in a subject with clear relevance to project management.

    Desirable
    •    Level D Professional accreditation with the Association for Project Management (or equivalent level of professional accreditation).

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  • Lead Network Engineer
    Regular Employment - United Kingdom


    The technology and systems expertise offered by Thales’s Transportation team powers safe, reliable and efficient services to rail networks the world over. In the UK, we deliver advanced signalling, supervision and control, integrated communications, security and information systems for urban rail, mainline rail and road networks. And as we continue to grow our business, we need more talent to join us in making our cities better connected.

    This is an opportunity for a Senior Systems Engineer – Networks with Thales to be working on the 4LM Programme. This is technical lead role rather than a management role and we are looking for someone who wants to develop their skills in a fast paced and dynamic environment.


    This is a full time, permanent position based in our offices in West Ferry Circus, Canary Wharf. The salary for this position is £60,000 -£65,000 per year dependent on experience. The closing date for applications is Monday 4th September 2017.


    Key responsibilities & Tasks:

    • Lead the UK aspect of configuration of, troubleshooting and fault finding of network devices and servers.
    • Support integration, validation, verification and qualification activities for the 4LM network.
    • Define network test tools and procedures to support the above.
    • Undertaking data network fault investigations in local and wide area environments, using information from multiple sources.
    • Determine and implement a strategy for managing the 4LM network. This is anticipated to include:
    • Work with the customer to produce an operations strategy (e.g. alarms, trending and traffic monitoring)
    • Software configuration management and updating of network devices
    • Work with the internal software team to develop our trending solution
    • Provide technical support for assessing and developing mitigations against cyber security threats
    • Interface with other departments, including: Field Operations, Engineering and the Customer
    • Provide training and coaching on networks to colleagues


    Essential requirements for role:

    • Capable of working effectively in a team as part of a large organisation and across multiple time-zones
    • Able to lead activities with minimal support and influence a larger organisation to achieve goals
    • Experience in the following:
    • Configuring routing and switching equipment.
    • Configuring and management of firewalls.
    • Configuring of Wireless Access Points.
    • Implementing and troubleshooting fibre based networks.
    • Network automation (scripting and/or orchestration tools)
    • Working experience of cyber security threats and mitigations.
    • Experience of capacity management, traffic analysis/performance and system sizing.


    Preferable requirements:

    • Familiar with CastleRock SNMPc/ Wireshark
    • Familiar with VPN/ IPSec
    • Familiar with serial to Ethernet converters
    • Familiar with Windows Server (2008, 2012), Active Directory
    • Familiar with Redhat Linux, bash/Perl scripting
    • Familiar with PowerShell
    • Familiar with Ansible
    • Experience of analysing big data and trending
    • CCNA or CCNP certified



    Salary £60-65k

    Location : London

    Closing Date: 04/09/2017

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  • Planner
    Regular Employment - United Kingdom

    R0016089 Planner
    Canary Wharf, London. Date posted 27th July 2017. Closing date 25th August 2017.
    Salary range £40,000 - £50,000 pa

    Primary Purpose of the Role:
    The Planner is responsible for provision of accurate, integrated and meaningful bid and / or project planning information to the management team and key stakeholders.
    This encompasses; monitoring, analysing and reporting for bid /project schedules to ensure that information is used in bid / project decision-making based upon the status of the most up to date schedule. The information provided to review and report the status of the bid / project must be based on auditable, controlled and managed data.

    Principal Relationships:
    •    Delivery Managers, Bid Managers, Project Managers
    •    Project Team
    •    Bid / project client
    •    Regular liaison with Bids and Project Management (BPM) function
    •    Liaison with other business functions, including Sales and Marketing, Engineering, Technical, Finance, Commercial, Legal, Quality, Health and Safety, Operations

    Key Responsibilities and Tasks:
    •    Maintain, develop and communicate the integrated bid / project plan in the designated planning toolset including all contract deliverable milestones, internal milestones, invoicing and sales milestones in accordance with the Thales procedures, aligned with bid / project activity schedules.
    •    Monitor the integrated set of bid / project schedules, costs and resources in accordance with the company timetable, procedures and working practices (Chorus 2.0), cost structure, Work Break-down Structure and risks and opportunities.
    •    Undertake and coordinate the formal update of bid / project schedules, interdependencies, resource allocations, budgets and financial status, aligned with customers’ Works Information (WI), ensuring that all updates are captured within the integrated plan.
    •    Generate the overall critical path across the integrated set of bids / projects and reconcile issues, making recommendations to assist in the recovery of slippage, where applicable.
    •    Provide effective planning support to business transformation projects within GTS.
    •    Undertake Earned Value calculations to support bid / project performance forecasting, using Primavera P6 and making recommendations prior to interfacing with SAP / Cobra.
    •    Analyse resource profiles resulting from the regular schedule update process and make recommendations to reconcile resource loading anomalies ahead of the Forward Load extraction.
    •    Undertake all baseline and change control activities associated with the schedules including regular local archiving of the associated database(s).
    •    Undertake regular schedule health check using Primavera P6 capabilities as well as Acumen Fuse.
    •    Analyse schedules and provide level 3 plans as the basis for QSRA / risk analysis.
    •    The role will also involve occasional ad-hoc duties that are not listed above but are necessary to respond to the needs of the business. These ad-hoc duties will be consistent with the nature of a Project Planner position within Thales, such as what-if scenario management, forensic planning, etc.

    Key performance Indicators against Responsibilities and Tasks:
    Schedule – Primavera plan established
    Schedule – Primavera plan maintained
    Schedule – Recommendations made to optimise delivery
    Schedule Quality – Acumen Fuse
    Controls – Earned Value Management, Resource Planning, Baseline Change

    Skills

    Essential:
    •    Strong service delivery ethos and orientation
    •    Customer / client oriented, being able to manage external stakeholders
    •    Excellent technical project planning skills with proficiency in common project planning tool sets (such as Primavera P6, MSP, Acumen Fuse, SAP)
    •    Proficient in Earned Value Management techniques and great understanding of Cobra
    •    Effective at operating across functional and departmental boundaries (working in a matrix style organisation)
    •    Being able to work on integrated plans / schedules across different geographical locations
    •    A strong understanding of the need for governance in bid / project management and the ability to uphold governance requirements
    •    Ability to create planning governance, processes and procedures
    •    Ability to establish and meet deadlines, multi-task and prioritise without the requirement for regular direct supervision
    •    Excellent communication skills to convey planning information to a variety of stakeholders.
    •    Can demonstrate commercial, financial and general business acumen

    Desirable:
    •    Knowledge of a range of transportation solutions, including train control, communication and safety systems

    Experience

    Essential:
    Experience of providing a bid / project planning service within large organisations / mega projects (over £500M), the experience is required to demonstrate:
    •    A thorough understanding of planning techniques – for example; the application of critical path analysis, work breakdown structures, resource planning, risk and opportunity management, change management and baseline change embodiment, earned value management, in conjunction with planning function and applications.
    •    A high level of proficiency in the use of project planning tools and standard business administration software, such as Primavera P6, MSP and Acumen Fuse.
    •    Commercial awareness that demonstrates useable knowledge of how conditions of contract are applied
    •    A track record of excellence in progress Reporting and KPI Production
    •    Planning in different project management methodologies across various industries

    Desirable:
    •    Experience in a technical environment within the rail industry (signalling a distinct advantage with LU experience preferred)
    •    Experience in a Thales UK products and customers is desirable.

    Qualifications:
    •    Certified to IPMA or APM or other recognised Project Management bodies

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  • Assistant Planner
    Regular Employment - United Kingdom

    Thales’s expert teams develop solutions that provide sophisticated real-time intelligence for soldiers in the field. From horizon-to-horizon airborne reconnaissance to technology that captures and relays over 9 million pixels every second, our products include some of the most advanced reconnaissance systems in the world. So whether our people are developing next-generation infrared and thermal imaging, liaising with global customers or providing essential business support, they play a key role in informing and enabling critical decisions.

    Primary Purpose of Job

    • Responsible for enabling achievement of production plan to support Operations requirements by supporting Material and Production flow.

    • Provide departmental measures to allow monitoring and control of key activities 

    • Identify and resolve issues preventing material flow.

    • Act as support to Production where required to achieve targets     

     

     

    Dimensions

    • Part of Operation Planning team of 9 Ops Planners.

    • Planners plan & maintain all product demands contributing to sales > £170million

     

     

    Key tasks and accountabilities

    • Apply a disciplined approach to Production order progression and completion

    • Build relationships with all team members eg Team Leaders, Prog Managers, Buyers

    • Report job progress through prescribed medium eg MPS , Shop Floor  Control

    • Be a point of focus to assist Ops Planners.

    • Ensure Product line continuity by looking to identify, and manage, bottlenecks

    • Develop solutions to process issues in line with company objectives

     

     

    TECHNICAL & PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

    • Develop MRP II planning skills

    • Develop understanding of complex bills of material & routings.

    • Develop knowledge of Manufacturing and Material processes.

    • Be an excellent communicator and able to prioritise tasks.

    • Computer literate, including a good working knowledge of spreadsheets is essential.

    • Ability to provide analytical data reporting.

     

     

    Education & Qualifications

    • Higher level or equivalent and/or relevant Further Education level.

    • Recognition of complimentary or associated awards will be beneficial to applicants.

    • Computer literate.

    • Future growth in the role will require studying for further qualification (eg Operations Management or APICS)

    Personality / Behaviours

    • Demonstrate a participative attitude, use initiative and achieve results.

    • Have the necessary drive, enthusiasm and interpersonal skills to communicate with several stakeholders in problem solving.

    • Ability to work to deadlines.

    • Be flexible in work assignment/task prioritization

    • Have a progressive attitude to job/role development

     

    Additional Information

    SC cleared is preferred but baseline security will allow start.

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