MHI Regional Jet

There’s a New Energy on Board! Our company MHI RJ Aviation Group (MHIRJ) provides comprehensive critical operational, engineering and customer support solutions including maintenance, refurbishment, technical publications, marketing and sales activities for the global regional aircraft industry. Headquartered in Mirabel, Quebec, and bolstered by an Aerospace Engineering Center, MHIRJ’s network of service centers, support offices and parts depots are positioned in important aviation hubs in the U.S., Canada and Germany. A wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, MHI RJ Aviation Group includes MHI RJ Aviation ULC (Canada), MHI RJ Aviation Inc. (U.S.A.) and MHI RJ Aviation GmbH (Germany).

MHIRJ is seeking an Material Support Supervisor who is smart, curious and loves the challenge of solving problems that improve people’s lives. You’ll collaborate with a fun and close-knit agile team.

n your role, you will: Administer the material handling, scheduling, and purchasing of aircraft parts, components, materials, and services to ensure a continuous flow and meet program and customer demand for assigned area and site(s).


Emotional Intelligence Customer Orientation Interpersonal Communication
Time and Priorities Management Teamwork Project Management
Coaching Negotiation Skills Planning

MHI RJ Aviation Group is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities to apply.

Company Name
MHI Regional Jet
Bridgeport, WV 26330

LEVEL 3 (Career)


1. Typically 5+ years of experience in buyer/planner, warehouse, stockroom, and/or material handling role 2. Bachelors in Purchasing, Business, Marketing or a related field OR additional equivalent work experience 3. Computer skills necessary to operate word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, inventory management, and web-based applications 4. Skilled in contract interpretation, negotiation and financial analysis concepts within assigned area(s) 5. Planning and organizational skills necessary to prioritize, assign, and coordinate workload of assigned area and employees within a multiple project setting 6. Interpersonal skills necessary to work effectively with a variety of individuals, departments, customers, vendors, and management 7. Working knowledge of process improvement methodology and application 8. Thorough knowledge of Repair Station System inventory process, cycle count, perpetual and work-in-progress inventory audits 9. Thorough knowledge of Internal, Federal, State and local regulations pertaining to proper packaging for transporting of hazardous materials 10. Working knowledge of FAA, JAA, TC and DOT regulations applicable to export shipments 11. Effective verbal / written communication and presentation skills 12. Basic knowledge of business law concepts(i.e.) definition of offer, acceptance, what constitutes an agreement and ownership (etc)


- Previous experience with SAP or Syteline - CPM certification


1. Adhere to General Work Requirements 2. Perform supervisor responsibilities and recommend related actions, for example, hire/fire, disciplinary actions, PMP, training and certifications, work assignments, scheduling vacation, and monitoring attendance 3. Monitor sustaining activities, projects, and levels of customer service (e.g., performance metrics) for buyer/planner functions and report status, issues, and risks to management on a scheduled basis 4. Oversee sourcing and vendor selection for aircraft parts, components, material, and/or related services 5. Meet with vendors and carriers to negotiate contract items, for example, price, delivery, quality, and quantity 6. Administer vendor and carrier contracts to ensure provision of agreed upon service(s) and/or product(s) 7. Research and resolve invoice discrepancies, errors, and payment issues 8. Coordinate with other departments to resolve problems concerning delivery, component discrepancies, and lead times with internal and external suppliers 9. Review, revise, and/or develop processes and guidelines in support of buyer/planner functions 10. Perform special projects concerning, for example, inventory, vendor issues, and credit holds 11. Meet with vendors and carriers to discuss and resolve performance issues, for example, delivery, quality, and quantity 12. Facilitate team efforts to resolve complex inventory discrepancies to determine root causes of inventory discrepancies and develop recommendations for corrective action 13. Review, revise, and/or develop processes and guidelines in support of material handling operations 14. Research and resolve billing discrepancies and related issues 15. Perform quarterly and annual reviews 16. May represent department during manager’s absence LEVEL 4 (Specialist) In addition (Career) the following is required:



Typically, 7+ years of experience in buyer/planner, warehouse, stockroom, and/or material handling role - Typically, a minimum of 2 years supervisory experience in buyer/planner, warehouse, stockroom, and/or material handling role - Working knowledge of SAP or Syteline


No additional


1. Multiple site responsibility for buyer/planner, scheduling, material handling and shipping/receiving functions 2. Represents department and fills in temporarily in managers absence 3. With managerial oversight develops policies and procedures for Stores facilities 4. Super User for material handling software. Develops and tests new / revised training materials, trains employees on SOP’s and new software transactions, 5. Acts as liaison between Materials and Finance to validate month end account activities 6. Monitors interaction between Buyers and Customers

How to Apply