Commodity Business Engineer - 35306

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    Gaydon, Warwickshire

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    £15.00 - £22.40 per hour

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    Jessica Williams

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  • Published:

    6 months ago

  • Duration:

    12 months

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Commodity Business Engineer - 35306
Whitley, Coventry
12 month contract
Paying up to £22.40 per hour ltd/umbrella

An opportunity has arisen for a Commodity Business Engineer to provide support to a growing and busy department for a period of circa 12 months. The role is temporary and paying up to £22.40 per hour.

What you will be doing:

  • Supporting significant cost reduction workstreams
  • Managing the commercial cost gap closure process and developing and championing the use of cost data
  • Facilitate the commercial gap closure process
  • Manage the power train material cost reduction tracker and prepare and lead weekly idea generation meetings with senior management
  • Project manage commodity teams within purchase, engineering and cost estimating functions, to help manage existing projects and generate new opportunities through the organisation and promotion of various value management activities
  • Lead and project manage cross functional teams to develop and deliver commodity business plans
  • Manage delivery of the annual process in line with business requirements
  • Compile data and presentation material for reviews
  • Facilitate supplier based workshops, bench-marking and internal consultation to generate cost and revenue opportunities
  • Represent the department within reviews focused on commodity costs

Candidate profile:

  • Degree qualified
  • Experience of project administration
  • General knowledge of cost reduction initiatives
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to build relationships
  • Experience in the use of Microsoft Office, specifically Excel and Word

The ideal candidate will have experience within the automotive sector or adjacent industries, e.g. rail, aerospace, defence or energy.