: The Procurement Manager executes sourcing strategies for the assigned sites and / or categories as defined in the three to five year roadmaps, and as directed by the Sourcing Group Director/ Manager. Implementation activities generally include overall project management, procurement aspects of supplier qualification, risk mitigation programs, and appropriate implementation of the source-to-pay process inclusive of customer-centric support content and preferred payment methods.
The Procurement Manager leads supplier management activities and executes supplier compliance activities for assigned suppliers. Suppliers are generally regional in nature and may span only a few sites, a business or a function. This associate is responsible for achieving Class I and II savings targets, and for assigned supply base, developing value plans, supplier management and compliance activities, and achieving value targets within the assigned sites and/or categories.
The Procurement Manager is responsible for customer relationships with stakeholders for assigned categories and / or sites, and handles a wide range of two-way communication with and in support of site procurement that arises in the course of implementation, while demonstrating close collaboration and alignment with category group leaders and global and regional strategic sourcing managers.
Minimum five years of work experience
Bachelor's Degree is required
MBA or equivalent is preferred
Cost management practices
Purchasing process knowledge
Quantitative and financial analysis
Solid purchasing fundamentals
Strategic sourcing process participation
Ability to influence without direct authority
Drive for results
Written and verbal communication skills
Internal Number: R-340397
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