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Materials Controller


Location: Aberdeen (UK)

Type: Contract

Reference: 11482


Materials Controller - E&P Operator - Aberdeen - 6 month contract

Simpson Booth are currently looking for a Materials Controller for our client, a very successful and ambitious Oil and Gas operator based in Aberdeen. The role will be on a contract basis and is offering a competitive day rate.

The individual will be responsible for executing cost effective material sourcing in collaboration with business needs, in order to deliver the right kit to the right place, at the right time, in support of the assets.


  • Deliver cost effective supply chain solutions, appropriate to the asset in compliance with company policies/procedures
  • Provide information on materials to both office and site based stakeholders responsible for both sourcing materials and repairing materials
  • Challenge, demand and influence prices to deliver cost avoidance
  • Support turnarounds, unplanned shutdowns and outages
  • Administer Material Availability and Materials on Time performance
  • Escalate supplier performance matters and contribute to business performance reviews
  • Act as operations Focal Point for all materials queries on company operated assets
  • Provide operational & functional guidance to offshore materials controllers
  • Works with Offshore to determine appropriate inventory levels and serves as a liaison among various departments to provide efficient customer service and resolves difficulties.
  • Analyses and evaluates problems with materials & inventory to ensure platform requirements are met
  • Preparing and maintaining accurate levels and records of all inventory to ensure optimal inventory is present and ready for use.
  • Identifies and optimises common inventory items
  • Ensures that inventory counts are completed regularly and in a timely manner.

For a confidential discussion, please send your CV to Callum.Stewart@simpson-booth.comor alternatively apply via the link.

Due to the high levels of interest in our advertised vacancies and the number of applications we receive, Simpson Booth regrets that it may not be possible to respond to all submissions. If you have not heard from Simpson Booth regarding your application within 14 days please assume that, in this instance, you have been unsuccessful.