STELIA Aerospace is certified 'TOP Employers' France 2019, thanks to the efforts made to improve the working conditions of employees and their development prospects. We offer global solutions for aircraft manufacturers and airlines. Created on January 1, 2015, STELIA Aerospace designs and manufactures Business and First Class aerostructures, pilot seats and seats.
With a turnover of ?2.2 billion in 2018 and more than 7,000 employees worldwide, STELIA Aerospace supports major aircraft manufacturers such as Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Bombardier, Embraer, Dassault, Singapore Airlines, Etihad Airways and Thaï Airways...
The company is committed to a 'Diversity Policy' through its Human Resources actions, particularly in terms of recruitment and integration. Thus, we encourage all applications regardless of gender, racial and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability status, age and culture, among others.
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Do you want to join a young and dynamic team and live a unique experience in the aeronautics sector? Are you a force of proposal on areas of progress related to our activities, creative (ve), agile, enthusiastic, flexible, endowed with good interpersonal skills and the ability to listen? STELIA Aerospace is the right company for you to grow.
We look forward to having you on our team!
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Description of the job :
A position of Programme Performance Manager (m/f) has just been opened at STELIA Aerospace in Toulouse.
As part of the Airbus Helicopters Program team, you will report to the Program Director and be part of the Program's management staff.
You will be co-pilot of the program manager and will be in charge of defining, updating and analyzing the various performance management indicators (Planning, costs, quality, resources, production preparation).
You will support the person in charge of Elementary Parts in order to set up the reporting allowing a fine management of the activity (LoB, medium/long term vision, economic).
Travel is to be expected (once or twice a month) and as a result, you must be willing to travel accordingly.
Task & accountabilities :
Your main tasks will be as follows:
- Define the tools, indicators or monitoring methods,
- Guarantee the deployment and continuous improvement of P&PM methods and tools for the Program,
- Propose facilitation methods that simplify the exchange of information between the multi-business team, highlight risks and opportunities and facilitate decision-making,
- Harmonize and simplify the various reporting, routines and instances,
- Analyze the various subjects and propose work axes to the program manager and the MFT (Multifunctional team),
- Develop business expertise on program management methods and tools to support PPMs and cross-functional program teams,
- Anticipate potential problems and implement derisking actions,
- To be the point of support for the elementary parts program manager on all activity monitoring actions (economic, deadline),
- Report on the progress of the elementary parts to the program manager.
This job requires an awareness of any potential compliance risks and a commitment to act with integrity, as the foundation for the Company's success, reputation and sustainable growth.
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