Your Main Responsibilities
Serve as a focal point for decision-making with regard to Logistics Supply support for the RSAF.
Draft command policies, concepts, procedures and directives pertinent to the Logistics Supply support of the RSAF Fleet
Provide a point of contact in KSA for HQRSAF, RSAF Bases, MODSAP, and the PC in respect of Logistics Supply support, and to feedback such information to the Director of Supply.
Monitor and track related Logistics Supply issues to ensure the most cost effective and relevant support is provided to the RSAF for its fleet and associated equipment
Monitor and appropriately action all weekly, monthly and quarterly reported logistics information pertaining to the RSAF Fleet. Provide statistical analyses of reported information to the Director of Supply
Distribute, present and analyse statistical data as necessary, to ensure that actions are placed to alert the relevant internal or external agencies to adverse trends and to recommend courses of actions to correct such trends
Review, co-ordinate and progress Logistics Supply elements of technical submissions, Costed Proposals and Statements of Work. Determine the suitability and cost effectiveness of Logistics Supply elements specific to the RSAF
Co-ordinate with in-Kingdom programmes on the implementation of projects, or logistical support requirements, to ensure completion to cost, to time and to the agreed quality and performance specifications
Ensure that in-Kingdom PC staff is made aware of RSAF concerns relating to Logistics Supply issues and ensure that they respond in a timely and effective manner
Represent the Director of Supply at Supply meetings, ensuring that the RSAF viewpoint is well presented and understood and correctly documented and recorded
Your Skills & Qualifications
The incumbent will be a qualified supply specialist preferably an ex-Officer or Warrant Officer of the Royal Air force
Qualified to Degree or military equivalent RSAF Supply Skill Level 7.
Have a good command of English language, both written and oral is essential (Level 4 ILETS).
Will have a minimum of 10 year’s practical supply experience of which at least 4 years should have
been in management or supervisory duties.
Have recent management or supervisory experience in supply or material management using a fully automated system
Have experience in inventory management requisitioning and procurement.
Have experience in work schedules and task allocation
Have experience in mana-management and monitoring of staff performance
Have experience in the monitoring of supply performance and trends
Have experience in Supply training and standards
Have experience in property accounting, item identification, cataloguing
Have experience in preparation of inputs to budgets
Have experience in provision of advice on the introduction of data proceeding techniques at a executive supply level
Saudi National Employee Benefits
In return for the required high levels of commitment and hard work you will receive the following package, which makes this an opportunity not to be missed
A competitive basic salary
TAWUNIYA health care scheme for Employees and immediate family
Discounted TAWUNIYA health care scheme for Employees Parents
Access to discounted gym membership
BAE Systems has a heritage of commitment to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. For 50 years, we have provided the platforms and services that support the Saudi armed forces to defend the interests of the Kingdom. In support of the Saudi Arabia National Objectives, we’ve invested heavily in the development of Saudi people, technology, infrastructure and local companies in the defence supply chain. Our investments have helped to develop the Saudi defence industry as well as developing a skilled and highly productive workforce.
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