Deputy Project Manager Integrated Logistics Support (ILS)
Marine Engineering, Office
Play a critical role in managing the ILS activities both internally and at subcontractors, to ensure that they are executed timely and within budget.
Our client is a Dutch shipbuilder of navy vessels, with customers all over the world. For their office in Vlissingen, we are looking for a Deputy Project Manager Integrated Logistics Support (ILS).
The role We are looking for a Deputy Project Manager Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) for the F126 program. The F126 program contains 4 frigates and extensive training facilities for the German Navy. The ILS scope of this program has a value of more than 200 Million Euro. The Deputy Project Manager ILS plays a critical role in managing the ILS activities both internally and at subcontractors to ensure that they are executed timely and within budget. The Deputy Project Manager ILS also has an important role in the communication and alignment with the extensive customer project team.
The ILS group is part of the Engineering Department of our client. The ILS employees of this department are divided between projects, to which they contribute their specific expertise for the purposes of both product definition and delivery of the products and services.
Take ownership of ILS project(s) to drive targeted results for schedule, quality, and cost
Manage and work in accordance to contract specifications, specific requirements and agreements with relevant stakeholders and departments within the company
Maintain and professionalize ILS project management with high performance by delivering maintaining & optimizing the quality in ILS packages
Drive new thoughts in approach, process, and methodology, while respecting the work and processes of the past
Ensure full compliance to all applicable requirements and specifications imposed by the company and end-users
Manage day-to-day work, as well as long-term planning into a productive and cohesive ILS support
Bachelor or master’s degree in a relevant technical discipline preferably supplemented with IPMA C certification
Knowledge and experience of maintenance and/or ILS methodologies gained in the defence or within a complex technical environment
Good command of the English language (written and verbal) and German is a plus
Ability to work fulltime in Vlissingen the Netherlands and partly in Germany.
EU citizenship required, candidate will be subject to pre-employment security screening
Salary depending on experience
Annual leave: 27 days plus 13 days ADV
Travel costs: € 10 per month for the first 10 km, then € 0.19 per km