In this role, you have the opportunity to
lead all Operations activities related to introducing a new product into technical service production. The individual is responsible for creating and managing a team that spans insource and multiple global outsource service operations functions including service material demand planning, service supply chain & logistics, process infrastructure, procurement, service supplier quality, life cycle planning, packaging, shipping, subsidiary operations.
You are responsible for
Accountable for selection, qualification, contract negotiation, sourcing, supplier quality management, supplier development and relationship management, and supplier integration for externally sourced goods and services in support of medical device servicing.
Identify and manage supplier / subcontract risks and ensure that appropriate contingency planning is in place.
Ensure that the organization buys in and understands the costs, benefits and risks of selected medical device servicing suppliers.
Foster early supplier involvement and ensure supplier requirements and expertise are included in the product service design process, as appropriate.
Manage the legal framework (contracts, agreements, etc.) to enable the sourcing of medical device servicing. This includes determining appropriate contract type and incentive structures, terms and conditions, and pricing.
Negotiate contractual terms and ensure contractual requirements are clear and well understood.
Manage all raw material (developmental and production) including long lead parts.
Ensure supplier requirements are identified and achieved across all phases of the program.
Optimize costs across the supply base.
Establish and maintain an understanding of the services marketplace to ensure appropriate service operations processes are deployed in key markets
Ensure compliance of service processes with the Philips Respironics Quality System and all applicable requirements to also include product field actions and delivery holds.
Develop and maintain accountability for AOP targets.
Responsible for effective and efficient process validation within service depot.
Accountable to develop, report, and improve on financial and operational key performance indicators for service depot.
Develop and utilize service career ladders and paths to build an engaged work environment and ensure that the skills and talents of each associate are utilized.
Build effective relationships with Philips Respironics customers.
Manage service asset management and product obsolescence programs.
Lead efforts to share best practices service operations excellence and quality improvement.
Manage service demand planning for spare parts used in all service related repair activities.
Responsible to analyze spare parts to ensure a proper balance for parts lifecycle management. partially technical. Must be able to utilize various types of office equipment as
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
BS degree is required. An Engineering, Technical, or Business Degree is preferred. An advanced technical or business degree is a plus.
Prior leadership experience is required, with 5+ years of direct supervisory or business area accountabilities in and operations environment such as service, manufacturing, customer service, procurement, distribution or logistics, preferred.
Exposure to electro-mechanical or high tech products is preferred.
Prior experience with durable medical equipment and FDA or ISO compliant systems is a plus.
Experience managing remote locations.
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