KBRwyle Government Property Site Supervisor (Canada) in Ontario

Government Property Site Supervisor (Canada)

Description

THIS POSITION IS CONTINGENT UPON CONTRACT AWARD

Responsibilities:

Applies broad functional knowledge and experience within the Aerospace Administrative, Engineering, and Integrated Supply Chain organizations.

Leverage long-standing relationships and depth of knowledge within the Government and customer asset management communities.

Core competency in maintaining Government approved business systems that are fully compliant with Government, customer, and contractual requirements, as well as pertinent Aerospace policies and procedures.

Actively supports and/or manages Self Assessments of the 10 Government Property Management Outcomes are identified Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), specifically FAR 45 and 52.245-1

Minimal direction received: Guided by specific objectives or statements from contracts and Statements of Work (SOWs), contract deliverables, and outcome metrics.

Adhere and perform to Organizational Goals for your staff and self and receives general guidance on how to accomplish them.

Responsibilities impact Aero site's business system compliance, which affects the ability of site to qualify, perform, and invoice Government contracts.

Provides coaching, direction and assistance to all functions and all levels of the site organization.

Responsible for operational plans for site indirect teams in multiple job families. Establishes unit objectives, work plans, schedules, and ensures resources are available for completion of established requirements and assignments.

Provides oversight to overall Aero risk mitigation and compliance integrity.

Develops and ensures execution of corrective action plans.

Processes candidates for employment; performs interviewing, ranking, and recommends candidates for employment.

Interprets and applies organization policies, and monitors and resolves employee situations on supervisory level.

Develops and prepares metrics and related reports using Visual Management techniques and analyzes metric data to enhance current processes.

Actively supports and/or manages the Coordinator/Custodian program, which is aligned by Department/Functional Areas, and support and enforces the process standard of managing property at the user level.

Participate in site leader’s HOS Tier 4 accountability process as a functional manager.

Maintain internal Tier accountability boards and escalation model/process.

Promotes Honeywell Operating System (HOS) Gold, Honeywell Operating Model, Six-Sigma, Honeywell User Experience (HUE), Root Cause Corrective Actions (RCCA), Gemba walks, Kaizen (Continuous Improvement) teams and other related tools in problem solving activities.

Acts with authority delegated from site leader with parties within own function and all functions within Aero site.

Works cross functionally to justify and seek agreement of other parties on compliance practices, policies and standards.

Management of change - coordinate with site stakeholders to implement process changes affecting cross functional groups.

Scope:

Participate in writing Statements Of Work (SOW’s) and reviewing budgets, Basis Of Estimates (BOE’s), cost/benefits analysis and risk assessments.

Has operational and budget responsibilities to achieve year-end contractual goals, and tactical responsibilities to audit performance from various compliance auditors (internal and external).

Manages multiple local Honeywell Technical Solutions Inc. (HTSI) contracts under delegated authority with multiple functions that contribute to services of Global Asset Management (GAM) for Honeywell Aerospace.

Ownsimplementation and execution of multiple HTSI contracts. Setsannual operational strategy for each contract.

Responsible to strategically analyze site business and organize team effectively to meet the business challenges.

Responsible for job family strategies used to perform work.

Responsible to provide input into developing new Global Asset Management (GAM) services.

Responsible for driving improvements in site processes, and cost reductions.

Required Skills:

Ability to Manage Property Personnel, Effective Organization Skills and experience with Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) audits, knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), specifically FAR 45 and 52.245-1

Greenbelt certified or the ability to obtain Greenbelt certification.

Strong PC skills especially with Microsoft Office Applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint.

Familiarity with SAP, AssetSmart Property and Equipment Management System (PEMS) or electronic data tracking databases is recommended.

Qualifications

Experience/Education:

BS degree preferred with 8 or more years of progressive experience, 2 of which were in a supervisory capacity. NPMA Certification Required.Specific contract requirements regarding education and experience will prevail.

KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

Job: Government Compliance

Primary Location: CA-Ontario

Req ID: 1063585