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  • LiveSenior Purchaser

    Netherlands > Alphen Aan Den RijnSupply Chain/Procurement > Buyer/Purchasing

    Key Requirements

    898115 - Senior Purchaser
    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Senior Purchaser, based in Gorinchem, The Netherlands.

    Job Description

    898115 - Senior Purchaser

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Senior Purchaser, based in Gorinchem, The Netherlands.

    Job Description

    - Purchasing large packages with standard materials, installations, equipment, semi-finished products, main components and parts as part of a multidisciplinary project team;

    - Exploring the international market and selecting potential suppliers. Proactively make suggestions for purchasing alternatives within project team;

    - Conducting negotiations within the responsibilities of the function;

    - Participate in multidisciplinary new building project meetings of vessels for the assigned projects;

    - Responsible for making orders for standard materials and components and monitoring the fulfilment of delivery obligations and contractual agreements by suppliers;

    - Responsible for managing (functional) one or more Jr. purchasers;

    - Having a proactive attitude about suggesting improvements within the procurement process. Supported by process control, analysis and measurable results (KPI).

    Skills & Experience

    - Completed technical and/or commercial Bachelor's degree;

    - NEVI I and preferable NEVI II;

    - Considerable relevant work experience within Naval Architecture/Mechanical Engineering or equivalent is a plus;

    - Knowledge and experience in optimizing and supporting Purchase processes;;

    - Good oral and written command of both Dutch and English;

    - We are looking for purchasers with a sense of commercialism, of course, good communication skills and with team builder skills.

    - Analytical and process orientated mind set. Service-oriented and supportive.

    This is a permanent position.

    The salary for this position is negotiable.

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 898115.

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment.

    Type: Long Term Contract / InternationalSalary: Negotiable

    898115 - Senior Purchaser

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Senior Purchaser, based in Gorinchem, The Netherlands.

    Posted: Fri 29 Aug at 10:00       Expires: Fri 26 Sep at 10:00

  • LiveDeployment Change Lead

    United States > TexasSupply Chain/Procurement > Personnel Logistics

    Key Requirements

    899243 - Deployment Change Lead
    Our client is one of the world's largest energy companies employing over 80,000 personnel and operating in over 100 countries worldwide with expertise covering a range of energy sources.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Deployment Change Lead, based in Houston, Texas.

    Job Description

    899243 - Deployment Change Lead

    Our client is one of the world's largest energy companies employing over 80,000 personnel and operating in over 100 countries worldwide with expertise covering a range of energy sources.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Deployment Change Lead, based in Houston, Texas.

    Job Description

    Major operator is seeking a Deployment Change Lead for a long term contract opportunity based in West Houston. This role is responsible for deployment and sustain of global standard MM processes and systems across Upstream PSCM. Deployment model will leverage global standard best practices across Operating Functions and Backbone deployment methodologies and will utilize central shared services for Materials Management.

    The role is instrumental in MMcp process deployment, coaching and sustain activities. Ensures Functional MM Readiness for deployment and handover of it to Sustain.

    Deployment of global standard integrated business processes and supporting systems will deliver value by supporting the S&OR agenda, enabling conformance for OMS sub-elements 6.7 Materials Management; and apply a more standardized and integrated approach to planning and executing work, get materials and services to the job, manage spend and pay suppliers.

    - Support PSCM MMcp Deploy and Sustain TL in managing the deployment of MM common process across regions, Operating functions and PSCM teams, enabling efficiency and effectiveness gains that drive reduced risk, cost and efficient investment across PSCM Operating Functions and Regions, and increase value delivery to company internal customers

    - Proactively manage multiple and varied stakeholder relationships to provide global standard MM Process and Systems across the Operating Functions and Regions, leveraging best practices and lessons learned

    - Support end-to-end process and system integration across Category Management, P2P and MM

    - Lead Functional Readiness Assessments for Materials Management across Operating Functions to Enter Backbone, go-live and handover to Sustain. Agree necessary actions to reach Sustain gate.

    - Develop and manage MMcp Process & Systems deployment (MoC) plans including communications and training

    - Lead development of MMcp deployment & sustain training curriculum and materials with Process and Systems SME and L&D

    - Provide comprehensive training, coaching and train-the-trainer activities to PSCM teams and end-users as required on MMcp processes, including retro-fit activities for all deployed sites

    - Supports pre and post go-live activities for PSCM and end users on Materials management common process as means to build capability to manage day to day MM activities

    - Identify, manage & monitor process deviations across Operating functions and PSCM MM teams

    - Monitor process, business case metrics and benefits and develop gap closure plans

    - Deliver and monitor process SLAs and create and monitor SLA gap closure plan

    - Deliver the necessary PSCM MMcp deployment and sustain activities based on agreed Backbone scope and schedule

    - Validate Functional Readiness self-assessments for MM to Enter Backbone, go-live, and handover to sustain

    - Measure deployment and stability using metrics e.g. % inventory in Backbone, % mastered vs. free text etc

    - Collaborate with master data, supplier enablement and P2P Deploy and Sustain leads and Process Managers to provide centralized shared services to PSCM function and internal company customers

    - Demonstrate the Values and Leadership behaviours within the organisation

    - Personally champion HSSE compliance and empower the team to do the same

    - Promote compliance with company's Code of Conduct, ensuring by personal example and using reasonable care to monitor suppliers and contractors working for company to ensure they work in a manner consistent with the Code

    Skills & Experience

    - University degree in Supply Chain, Business or technical discipline

    - Relevant experience in a supply chain and materials management and business performance metrics

    - Experience in coaching and training

    - Appropriate working knowledge of systems such as Ariba, Backbone and SAP and software tools such as Excel, Access, Word etc.

    - Has excellent communication and documentation skills

    - Demonstrated ability to influence and collaborate with inpiduals across multiple disciplines, cultures and geographies, across organizational boundaries and levels within company and with suppliers

    - Working knowledge of OMS elements 6.7

    - Professional PSCM qualification (MCIPS) or equivalent

    - Previous work experience in on global projects

    This is a contract position.

    The rate for this position is negotiable.

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 899243.

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment.

    *LI-AM

    Type: Short Term Contract / InternationalSalary: Negotiable

    899243 - Deployment Change Lead

    Our client is one of the world's largest energy companies employing over 80,000 personnel and operating in over 100 countries worldwide with expertise covering a range of energy sources.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Deployment Change Lead, based in Houston, Texas.

    Posted: Tue 26 Aug at 13:00       Expires: Tue 23 Sep at 13:00

  • LiveBuyer

    United Kingdom > EdinburghSupply Chain/Procurement > Buyer/Purchasing

    Key Requirements

    899195 - Buyer
    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Buyer, based in Dunfermline, Fife.

    Job Description

    899195 - Buyer

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Buyer, based in Dunfermline, Fife.

    Job Description

    Process Integrity and Accuracy Management

    - Ensure that all requisitions, contracts, and purchase orders and exception messages are processed in a timely fashion to ensure on time deliveries on all projects.

    - Provide active Supply Chain input and support to Assembly (WIP and Slot Management) and Planning of the MPS process resulting in clean starts

    Total Supplier Management

    - Manage and maintain and develop Commodity Supply base to meet current and future requirements of functionality, volume, quality, cost and delivery

    - Actively promote inpidual Supplier Improvement plans that result in clearly identifiable performance and business advantage in Quality, Delivery and Cost

    Commodity Strategy

    Manage and maintain Supplier Commodity contracts, agreements and policies from initial negotiations through regular performance reviews and audit activities

    Business Support

    - Provide commercial tender support ensuring accurate bid input in line with the tender requirements and deadlines.

    - Provide Project representation and ensure a positive and proactive approach, 100% attended or deputised and effectively communicates procurement status, actions and issues.

    Demonstration and Promotion of Values

    - Familiar, compliant and promoter of company Commitment to Ethics policy, Dunfermline's Business Management System, HPO vision, continuous improvement and to drive IQ thinking throughout the supply base.

    - Actively demonstrate company values of integrity, innovation, collaboration, respect, accountability and HSE.

    - Clear use of initiative and a promotion of customer service and response both Internally and externally

    Skills & Experience

    - Purchasing experience/commercial awareness

    - Teamwork

    - Effective communication and customer service

    - Negotiations

    - Problem analysis and problem solving

    - Computer literate

    - Personal drive and determination

    - Purchasing in manufacturing environment

    - Aggregated volume planning

    - Teamwork and shared objectives

    - Costing and accountancy knowledge

    - Contract Management

    - Supplier development techniques

    - Process mapping and root cause analysis

    - Oil and Gas Industries preferred

    - Legislation compliance and awareness

    - SAP and MRP processes

    - Planning experience

    - A relevant University Degree preferred

    - A relevant HND/HNC

    - Membership of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply preferred or industry experience in a similar discipline

    This is a permanent position.

    The salary for this position is negotiable.

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 899195.

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment.

    Type: Long Term Contract / OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    899195 - Buyer

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Buyer, based in Dunfermline, Fife.

    Posted: Fri 22 Aug at 11:00       Expires: Fri 19 Sep at 11:00

  • LiveProject Estimator

    United Kingdom > LondonSupply Chain/Procurement > Estimating

    Key Requirements

    897206 - Project Estimator
    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Project Estimator, based in London.

    Job Description

    897206 - Project Estimator

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Project Estimator, based in London.

    Job Description

    - Manages the development of estimates from inception to completion. Develops an achievable estimate plan, inclusive of budget, and leads the estimating team in executing the estimate. Consolidates the estimate components and prepares the proposal cost documentation and bid forms where required. Responsible for input to the timely submittal of client proposal documents.

    - Reviews the estimate and ensures quality, logic and consistency. Ensures lessons learned from previous projects are incorporated into the estimate.

    - Responsible for generating a Project Profitability Summary (PPS) and providing additional data to comply with Policy 222.

    - Manages proposal strategies with Proposal Management and joint venture partners as applicable.

    - Prepares estimate basis and assumption documentation with listed inclusions and exclusions. Fully understands the needs of the customer.

    - Reviews design or Request for Proposal (RFP)/Invitation to Bid (ITB) scope criteria and quantities for completeness and reasonableness, and coordinates with the project to develop additional estimating basis when information is incomplete. Suggests alternatives when appropriate.

    - Establishes and reviews the conceptual scopes of estimates and studies when definition is not available through a demonstrated ability to visualise the design of the finished product. Demonstrates specialised contingency skills to compensate for undefined scope.

    - Supports bid evaluation of cost and schedule criteria and contributes to technical and commercial bid evaluations. May participate in discussions with vendors.

    Skills & Experience

    - Demonstrated advanced understanding of Estimating core processes and procedures.

    - Extensive knowledge and experience in EPC estimating practices and methods, including demonstrated ability to organise, direct, perform, review and present cost estimating products with a minimum of supervision.

    - Understanding of project schedules and ability to predict/extrapolate cost curves based on experience of schedule activities/cost correlation analysis.

    - Thorough understanding of cost indices and escalation projections.

    - Technical and practical comprehension of engineering, procurement and construction methods and techniques.

    - Ability to quickly understand and use applicable company work processes and systems. General knowledge of administrative and supervisory procedures and practices.

    - Knowledge of current industry and technical developments. Knowledge of global market pricing and construction practices.

    - Proficient in Microsoft Office software applications currently being used by company (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) and an appreciation of scheduling software (Microsoft Project, Primavera). Proficient in estimating applications used for discipline estimates and knowledge of at least one general estimating system currently being used by company (EPIC, BETK, HCSS, Candy, etc.).

    This is a permanent position.

    The salary for this position is negotiable.

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 897206.

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    897206 - Project Estimator

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Project Estimator, based in London.

    Posted: Wed 20 Aug at 14:00       Expires: Wed 17 Sep at 14:00

  • LiveLogistics/Materials Coordinator

    United Kingdom > AberdeenSupply Chain/Procurement > Materials Logistics

    Job Description

    Our client is a leading energy services company to the global oil and gas industry. With a track record spanning over 40 years, they specialise in a broad range of specialist services for the entire oilfield lifecycle.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Logistics/Materials Coordinator, based in Aberdeenshire

    Responsibilities will include:
    Creation of dispatch notes for equipment being shipped out.
    Creation of importation / exportations commercial invoices and clearance instructions.
    Liaise with Freight forwarders in order to ensure the efficient shipping of subsea equipment.
    Obtain export and import entries in order to complete logistical files to satisfy audit requirements.
    Provide logistical knowledge to all parties on site and identify means of shipping equipment.
    Hyperlinking of Logistical documents to the Company Intranet.
    Liaise with all Store/Warehouse and Logistics employees to ensure the efficient and accurate control of imports and exports.
    Assist warehouse & logistics coordinators when required in relation to domestic transportation.
    Communicate with the Logistics compliance leader to ensure operations are in line with requirements.
    Participate in the implementation of AX2012 on site.
    Provide assistance to the warehouse team with internal and external movements and stock reports.
    Hyperlink and manage all importation and exportations documents in order to comply with standardised record keeping.
    Demonstrate a personal commitment to Quality, Health, Safety and the Environment.

    Education
    Essential
    Educated to a higher grade level.
    Knowledge of computer packages.

    Preferred
    Dangerous Goods IATA & IMDG.
    IOSH or NEBOSH qualified.

    Experience
    Essential
    Strong administration skills.
    Proven track record within Oil & Gas.
    Ability to effectively use Microsoft packages (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
    Demonstrable experience within a Logistical role in the oil industry.
    HMRC experience.
    Familiarity with shipping practises and handling methods.
    Previous experience of shipping equipment to Nigeria both by air and sea.
    Experience with the Form M process.

    Preferred
    Freight forwarding background.
    Dangerous goods by air / sea / road experience.
    Forklift experience and qualifications.
    LOLER and heavy lifting operational experience.
    Subsea equipment knowledge

    Permanent position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 899154

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment

    Type: Long Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is a leading energy services company to the global oil and gas industry. With a track record spanning over 40 years, they specialise in a broad range of specialist services for the entire oilfield lifecycle.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Logistics/Materials Coordinator, based in Aberdeenshire

    Posted: Wed 20 Aug at 11:00       Expires: Wed 17 Sep at 11:00

  • LiveSourcing Manager

    United Kingdom > Great YarmouthSupply Chain/Procurement > Supply Chain

    Job Description

    Our client is a leading energy services company to the global oil and gas industry. With a track record spanning over 40 years, they specialise in a broad range of specialist services for the entire oilfield lifecycle.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Sourcing Manager, based in Great Yarmouth

    Responsibilities will include:
    Day-to-day management of personnel responsible for the tactical execution of purchasing.
    With the Senior Buyers / Buyers, drive the identification of any supply chain risk, prioritize, propose and implement mitigation plans.
    With the Senior Buyers / Buyers, negotiate and manage Master Supply Agreements (MSAs) with key suppliers, in order to provide commercial benefit.
    For key suppliers, conduct and document Quarterly Business Reviews as a part of on-going Supplier relationship management.
    Directly support, or lead, Value Engineering/Analysis projects, engaging the supplier and internal stakeholders.
    Conduct economic make/buy evaluations as required for key product lines.
    Support or conduct Supplier Audits in conjunction with QA function.
    Communicate effectively & clearly with other functions in the business & specifically the Materials & Logistics team to drive positive changes & improvement in the business.

    Education
    Degree level qualification
    CIPS/APICS certification is preferred.

    Experience
    Essential
    Proven track record of supply chain management/procurement, both tactical and strategic.
    First-hand experience of delivering supplier excellence in the O&G manufacturing environment
    Experience of supply agreement negotiation and implementation
    Previous experience with ERP systems & Supply Chain processes,
    Management experience, with demonstrable success in goal setting and performance management of inpiduals and teams.
    Ability to interface with, influence and build relationships with professionals of all levels.

    Preferred
    Report writing & presentation skills.
    Technical knowledge within Oil and Gas environment
    Microsoft AX knowledge being a plus, but not required.

    Permanent position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 899139

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment

    Type: Long Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is a leading energy services company to the global oil and gas industry. With a track record spanning over 40 years, they specialise in a broad range of specialist services for the entire oilfield lifecycle.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Sourcing Manager, based in Great Yarmouth

    Posted: Wed 20 Aug at 7:00       Expires: Wed 17 Sep at 7:00

  • LiveSupply Chain Operations / Logistics Coordinator

    United Kingdom > WokingSupply Chain/Procurement > Materials Logistics

    Key Requirements

    • Educated to degree level • Proven experience within a supply-chain & logistics / operations environment including exposure to shipping physical items. Oil & Gas experience, especially transportation Fuels, would be an advantage but is not essential. • Exposure to other methods of transportation such as pipelines, barges, trains, trucks, etc as well as storage facilities, would be an advantage. • Willingness to work and travel both within the UK and occasionally overseas in support of projects • Self-starter, highly driven with strong work ethic • Highly organized and disciplined, with the ability to get things done both personally and through the team • Flexible approach • Enthusiasm, motivation and willingness to contribute to the wider success of the Company • Good team worker • Good interpersonal, communication & influencing skills • Proficient in Microsoft tools such as Excel

    Job Description

    Supply Chain Operations / Logistics Coordinator Our Client supplies transportation fuel, either alone or as part of a consortium, to Customers ranging from major international players to smaller independent cargo operators. Their wealth of expertise in the transportation fuel business enables them to provide a unique range of technical and marketing consultancy services to their fast growing client base. Their supply chain plays a key role to their success and they now have a vacancy for an exceptional inpidual to take responsibility for coordinating supply operations. REPORTS TO: Supply & Logistics Manager KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: • Plan and prepare product requirements in line with supply contracts. • Organise vessel vetting, nomination and product delivery. • Coordinate secondary transportation of product to customer • Coordinate Compulsory Stock Obligation (CSO) requirements, ensuring all obligations are met. • Daily inventory monitoring to ensure stock management is aligned with company objectives. SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES & OUTPUTS: • Prepare and issue all product purchase and logistics nominations to contractual terms. • Issue all necessary vessel receipt documentation to the port, inspectors, agents and receiving terminal. • Check and negotiate all incoming demurrage claims. • Check supplier invoices to contractual terms and process for prompt payment. • Maintain up to date and accurate stock sheets to track all inbound and out bound product movements to ensure inventory targets and CSO obligations are met. • Issue monthly CSO declarations to relevant Government departments • Ensure month end stock reports and accounting information is completed promptly and provided to Finance • Prepare and deliver weekly operational review. • Produce and maintain Key Performance Indicator reports for monthly review. • Maintain good day to day relationship with Suppliers, Terminal Operators, Customers, Logistics providers and Government Departments. • Provide cover for Holiday and absence of other Supply Operations Coordinators. • Systems used: Microsoft applications with a heavy reliance on Excel • Volume handled: Up to 2,000,000 m3/year INTERNAL INTERACTIONS: Finance, Operations, Technical and Business Development Sales and Marketing – who sell fuel to customers around the world EXTERNAL INTERACTIONS: Suppliers (other oil companies and trading houses) Customers Government Organizations Agents, Inspectors, Expeditors, Port Authorities

    Type: Staff / OfficeSalary: £30k-£40k + benefits

    Coordinate the movement of transportation Fuel from import terminal to customer. Basically Supply Chain & Logistics need to ensure that sufficient fuel is available to meet the requirements of the Sales & Marketing contracts with customers

    Posted: Mon 18 Aug at 19:00       Expires: Fri 17 Oct at 19:00

  • LiveSupply Chain Operations / Logistics Coordinator

    United Kingdom > WokingSupply Chain/Procurement > Supply Chain

    Key Requirements

    • Educated to degree level • Proven experience within a supply-chain & logistics / operations environment including exposure to shipping physical items. Oil & Gas experience, especially transportation Fuels, would be an advantage but is not essential. • Exposure to other methods of transportation such as pipelines, barges, trains, trucks, etc as well as storage facilities, would be an advantage. • Willingness to work and travel both within the UK and occasionally overseas in support of projects • Self-starter, highly driven with strong work ethic • Highly organized and disciplined, with the ability to get things done both personally and through the team • Flexible approach • Enthusiasm, motivation and willingness to contribute to the wider success of the Company • Good team worker • Good interpersonal, communication & influencing skills • Proficient in Microsoft tools such as Excel

    Job Description

    Supply Chain Operations / Logistics Coordinator Our Client supplies transportation fuel, either alone or as part of a consortium, to customers ranging from major international blue-chips around the world to smaller independent cargo operators. Their wealth of expertise in the transportation fuel business enables them to provide a unique range of technical and marketing consultancy services to their fast growing client base. Their supply chain plays a key role to their success and they now have a vacancy for an exceptional inpidual to take responsibility for coordinating supply operations. REPORTS TO: Supply & Logistics Manager KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: • Plan and prepare product requirements in line with supply contracts. • Organise vessel vetting, nomination and product delivery. • Coordinate secondary transportation of product to cusomer • Coordinate Compulsory Stock Obligation (CSO) requirements, ensuring all obligations are met. • Daily inventory monitoring to ensure stock management is aligned with company objectives. SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES & OUTPUTS: • Prepare and issue all product purchase and logistics nominations to contractual terms. • Issue all necessary vessel receipt documentation to the port, inspectors, agents and receiving terminal. • Check and negotiate all incoming demurrage claims. • Check supplier invoices to contractual terms and process for prompt payment. • Maintain up to date and accurate stock sheets to track all inbound and out bound product movements to ensure inventory targets and CSO obligations are met. • Issue monthly CSO declarations to relevant Government departments • Ensure month end stock reports and accounting information is completed promptly and provided to Finance • Prepare and deliver weekly operational review. • Produce and maintain Key Performance Indicator reports for monthly review. • Maintain good day to day relationship with Suppliers, Terminal Operators, Customers, Logistics providers and Government Departments. • Provide cover for Holiday and absence of other Supply Operations Coordinators. • Systems used: Microsoft applications with a heavy reliance on Excel • Volume handled: Up to 2,000,000 m3/year INTERNAL INTERACTIONS: Finance, Operations, Technical and Business Development Sales and Marketing – who sell fuel to customers around the world EXTERNAL INTERACTIONS: Suppliers (other oil companies and trading houses) Customers Government Organizations Agents, Inspectors, Expeditors, Port Authorities

    Type: Staff / OfficeSalary: £30-£40k + benefits

    Coordinate the movement of transportation Fuel from import terminal to customer. Basically Supply chain & Logistics need to ensure that sufficient fuel is available to meet the requirements of the Sales & Marketing contracts with customers

    Posted: Mon 18 Aug at 18:59       Expires: Fri 17 Oct at 18:59

  • LiveWarehouse person (Dutch Speaking)

    Netherlands > AssenSupply Chain/Procurement > Warehouse

    Key Requirements

    897647 - Warehouse person (Dutch Speaking)
    Our client is an expert in the execution of large and complex projects, providing worldwide support to clients from the conceptual design stage to engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Warehouse person (Dutch Speaking), based in IJmuiden, the Netherlands.

    Job Description

    897647 - Warehouse person (Dutch Speaking)

    Our client is an expert in the execution of large and complex projects, providing worldwide support to clients from the conceptual design stage to engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Warehouse person (Dutch Speaking), based in IJmuiden, the Netherlands.

    Job Description

    The Warehouse person works within the Unit Warehouse Management, which is part of the Logistics Department. The Logistics Department is responsible for all logistical elements of supply chain management within the organization.

    - Manage the efficient, effective storage and distribution of materials/equipment, and preparation of shipments for transport;

    - Maintain the storage locations and utilities required for logistical duties and transports;

    - Receive, inspect and store all tools and materials at the warehouse location under the required conditions;

    - Process material orders and prepare shipments for transport;

    - Perform all logistical duties as required at the yard, including maintenance and housekeeping;

    - Ensure correct stock level by creating requisitions for re-ordering tools and parts, cycle count;

    - Hand out tools/materials for FJC;

    - Manage warehouse team;

    - Participate in interdisciplinary team/department meetings.

    Skills & Experience

    - MBO technical degree with a warehouse background;

    - Previous experience with warehouse processes and operations;

    - Good command of the English language, both written and spoken;

    - Willingness to travel.

    This is a permanent position.

    The salary for this position is negotiable.

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 897647.

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment.

    Type: Long Term Contract / InternationalSalary: Negotiable

    897647 - Warehouse person (Dutch Speaking)

    Our client is an expert in the execution of large and complex projects, providing worldwide support to clients from the conceptual design stage to engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Warehouse person (Dutch Speaking), based in IJmuiden, the Netherlands.

    Posted: Mon 18 Aug at 11:00       Expires: Mon 15 Sep at 11:00

  • LiveCategory Lead (Production & Operations)

    United Kingdom > AberdeenSupply Chain/Procurement > Contracts

    Job Description

    Our client is an international upstream Oil & Gas company with the majority of its production carried out in North America, the North Sea and Southeast Asia and is committed to conducting its business safely, in an ethically, socially and environmentally responsible manner

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Category Lead (Production & Operations), based in Aberdeen

    Responsibilities will include:
    Manage all stages of the Category Management process, as appropriate, for high value, high risk, strategically important contract requirements with due regard for cost, quality and schedule.
    Compile contract strategy documents and present for approval at appropriate forums aligned with the governance process.
    Implement approved contracting strategies in the market and present thoroughly evaluated results with a recommendation to award.
    Implement Contract Performance Management (CPM) in the post award Category Management phase, with a focus on value creation, efficiency gains and cost reduction.
    Monitor contract leakage and utilisation reports to ensure contracts are adhered to and that projected spend targets are met.
    Initiate, lead and participate in new initiatives focused on accessing technological/operational efficiencies.
    Lead the development of and provide input to specific CPM plans.
    Facilitate, guide and coach cross-functional teams on the Category Management process.
    Support robust Contract Management with a focus on delivery and continuous improvement.

    Experience & Qualifications
    Appropriate Contracts and Procurement experience ideally within the North Sea environment.
    Undergraduate degree, SCM or engineering technology diploma, professional certification or equivalent work experience.
    Contractor experience highly valued.
    Experience of Strategic Sourcing or Category Management

    Contract position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 899072

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment.

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is an international upstream Oil & Gas company with the majority of its production carried out in North America, the North Sea and Southeast Asia and is committed to conducting its business safely, in an ethically, socially and environmentally responsible manner

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Category Lead (Production & Operations), based in Aberdeen

    Posted: Fri 15 Aug at 11:00       Expires: Fri 12 Sep at 11:00



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