Flowserve Corporation Regulatory & Conflict Minerals Supervisor in IRVING, Texas
Flowserve is the recognized world leader in supplying pumps, valves, seals, automation, and services to the power, oil, gas, chemical, and other industries. With more than 18,000 employees in more than 55 countries, we combine our global reach with a local presence.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Work with Flowserve Supply Chain leadership to set strategy, policy, goals, roadmap and metrics to drive, monitor, and report on Regulatory Purchasing Government Requirements/ Federal Acquisition Regulations, Conflict Minerals, Global Human Trafficking regulations and compliance with any other new regulations.
Lead global program to assure responsible sourcing of minerals in the Flowserve Supply Chain.
Ensure Flowserve’s Small Business Plan is in accordance with Federal Guidelines and is utilized for Federal projects.
Organize, implement, maintain & improve a self-sustaining process for Flowserve and its suppliers to be in compliance with Conflict Minerals, & Regulatory reporting requirements.
Respond to internal & external inquiries and compliance review(s) in regards to Conflict minerals, Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), and/or other governmental agencies Establish and manage a process to track progress on diverse supplier spend in U.S and Human Trafficking/California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requirements.
Develop a standardized approach to handle supplier sub-contracting plans required by customers and interact with Flowserve’s sites working on government orders.
Work with supply chain teams to update and implement a Supplier Approval Process inclusive of the regulatory requirements.
Monitor, manage, and report on findings to Flowserve Global Supply Chain leadership.
Drive initiatives across organizations (internal/external) to move with speed, close projects and deliver required results in compliance with regulations, requirements, and/or acts.
Drive compliance with Flowserve Policy, Global Standards and assigned commodity manufacturing processes and strategy.
Develop a standardized approach to manage regulatory and conflict minerals data.
Maintain accurate information used systems, project tracker (s), and other systems as appropriate.
Develop and provide training.
Create awareness of the requirements and compliance initiatives.
Develop audit tools to ensure compliance.
Other duties may be assigned as needed.
Undergraduate degree (Supply Chain, Business, Engineering degree) and a minimum of 3+ years relevant project and regulatory program management experience is required; 5+ years is strongly preferred.
Experience in applying the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and other applicable supplements to acquisition processes;
Experience in applying the D.O.D Subcontracting Plan and other applicable supplements to acquisition processes;
Experience in Government Reporting Platforms (I.e. – SAM/ System for Award Management, Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System (eSRS)
Knowledge of Federal Appropriations Law Solid organizational and analytical skills
Effectively communicate and collaborate with internal and external business partners
- Awareness of compliance with Conflict Minerals & Regulatory reporting is strongly preferred; experience is not required.
Job Posting/Business Card Title:
Regulatory & Conflict Minerals Supervisor
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Primary Posting Location:
IRVING, Texas US
Job Posting Category:
United States of America
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