The Sourcing Manager will support the overall goals of the Procurement & Sourcing Group (PSG). The Sourcing Manager will be responsible for different categories, including but not limited to: Facilities Management, Professional Services, Human Resources, and Marketing.
Day to day responsibilities include:
- Support the management of multiple spend categories:
- Conduct spend analysis and cost modeling
- Identify opportunities for cost savings, cost avoidance, demand management, process improvements, and vendor rationalization
- Provide transparency through reports, scorecards, benchmarks that drive awareness of cost optimization opportunities to enable decision making
- Assist in global implementation of sourcing policies and procedures
- Conduct sourcing activities including but not limited to:
- Independently gather and analyze market/financial data from internal and external sources in order to effectively manage assigned categories
- Identify of new/alternate sources of supply while establishing alliances and managing supplier relations
- Consolidate business/stakeholder requirements
- Lead RFx events and contract negotiations
- Collaborate with stakeholders on program/service implementation
- Develop and execute complex negotiation strategies
- Draft contractual terms and, as needed, liaise with other departments (Legal, InfoSecurity, Risk) to ensure optimal contractual arrangements and best practices are achieved
- Coordinate and participate in Global/Regional/Local contract negotiations
- Monitor overall supplier performance with SLAs, scorecards, business reviews etc. for strategic suppliers under the assigned categories
- Build and maintain collaborative relationships across all levels in the organization
- Act as first point of contact for day to day questions, issue resolution, etc. for various categories
- Liaise and influence stakeholders at all levels of the business and drive the growth of the procurement function
- Education: Bachelor's degree in Business (or equivalent) from an accredited college/university
- 3-6 years of relevant work experience in Procurement / Sourcing
- Experience in the Financial Services industry a plus
- Ability to write, implement, and make a recommendation using Request For Information, Quotation and Proposals
- Experience with drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contract terms, recognizing and limiting risk
- Strong vendor relationship management experience, including supplier development, diversity, risk management, performance management, and category management
- Strong written and verbal communications skills, as well as interpersonal skills, in order to effectively build relationships with internal and external clients and present business recommendations
- Ability to analyze and write business cases, track results, and perform financial analysis reporting
- Ability to perform trend analysis, forecasting, and modeling in order to provide recommendations
- Ability to prioritize projects
- Excellent organizational skills to multi task and prioritize projects
- Ability to work autonomously while keeping management apprised of projects and initiatives
- Bi-Lingual and Multi-Lingual candidates a plus
- Strong Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills
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