Aerospace It Procurement
We are looking for a us or european based c-level consultant that has held the title of cio, cto or coo at an aerospace firm such as lockheed martin, northrop grumman, boeing, bae systems or raytheon, that has been out of that role for less than five years and will have made corporate-wide decisions on hardware, infrastructure and/or applications.
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we are from a global business consulting and internal audit firm comprising of experts specializing in risk, advisory and transaction advisory services.
For one of our upcoming engagements, we are looking to tie up with a subject matter expert with experience in aerospace manufacturing. The scope of work is defined below:
1. Audit of outsourcing of work packages
effort(man-days) - 10
description - a work package is a product line in which the production has been outsourced to a third party. For this engagement, we will be looking at one work package. The scope will be end to end, as in, it will include vendor selection process up to monitoring and reporting of outsourced work programs and performance of vendors.
2. Audit of integrated product team (production management)
effort(man-days) - 10
details - strata’s products:
1. A330 flap track fairings (ftf)
2. A330 ailerons
3. A330 spoilers
4. A380 ftf
1. Empennage ribs
2. Vertical fin ribs
2. Vertical stabilizer
kindly let us know if you would be interested to work with us on this project. If yes, request you to share your cv and hourly rate so that we can take this forward.
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Aerospace Engine Machining Supply Chain
We are looking for experts from procurement, supply chain, or qa with insight into pratt & whitney’s engine machining supply chain, including an understanding of past and future strategies for single/dual/triple sourcing, low-cost countries and other dynamics, such as p&w’s views on insourcing vs outsourcing. We are interested with an expert who is able to speak to companies such as smaller players like beacon industries, numet and budney industries, and larger players such as mb aerospace and edac. We want to understand some context around the military engine side, as well as commercial engines. Expertise around high-replacement volume “hot section” engine parts for the f110, f100 and/or tf33 engine programs would be excellent.
This would be for a 1 - hour paid phone consult. Please respond with a few brief statements as to your relevance in this space.
1) are you able to speak to pratt & whitney’s engine machining supply chain, including an understanding of past and future strategies for single/dual/triple sourcing, low cost countries and other dynamics?
2) what is your knowledge base around companies such as beacon industries, numet, budney industries, mb aerospace and edac?
3) can you discuss high-replacement volume “hot section” engine parts for f110, f100 and/or tf33 engine programs?
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