In addition to sourcing responsibilities, the position requires a high level of operational and transactional procurement as well as supply management activities, including supply issue resolution and change management. A key responsibility shall be the on-going management of supply and delivery of compliant goods and services, to ensure unimpeded manufacturing operations. During the course of execution of his/her duties, the Procurement Manager shall identify productivity and end-to-end business process, systems and data improvements, with a view to simplify and streamline as appropriate.
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: The Procurement Manager must exercise sound business judgment and acumen in leveraging and implementing sourcing and procurement methodologies with recommendations that include alternative scenarios that proactively meet business priorities that have short term and long-range objectives. The Procurement Manager will independently lead cross-functional teams in implementing optimal total-cost-of-ownership sourcing solutions within prescribed timelines.
Demonstrating a thorough understanding of business requirements and being able to build highly effective cross-functional teams that create diverse sourcing solutions is critical in this role.
The Procurement Manager will need to:
Develop solid understanding of category subject matters.
Analyze past and future demand volumes, inventory trends and current inventory levels.
Analyze Category and Supplier Spend history, trends and forecasts.
Demonstrate skills in pricing analysis, modeling, purchase price cost analysis and identifying competitive benchmarks.
Develop trusted and collaborative stakeholder relationships by meeting and communicating regularly.
Demonstrate consultative behaviors with stakeholders so that this is the Procurement SPOC for the stakeholder.
Facilitate and manage cross-functional sourcing initiatives, including Make or Buy activities.
Develop detailed supplier knowledge, market data, including financial performance (P&L, balance sheet, debt structures, trends, history, executives, ownership, parent companies, size, concentration of sales to GNE, diversity of sales volume).
Monitor key Suppliers (earnings calls, SEC filings, RSS feeds, Alerts) to provide internal notifications to key stakeholders that includes developing risk mitigation scenarios.
Develop close, respectful relationships with key Supplier executives that are demanding yet fair as a customer by proactively managing supplier performance to drive continuous improvements.
Ensure Diversity Suppliers are included in sourcing events.
Implement and execute a Supplier Relationship Management program.
Document supply-chain for key goods and services.
Identify opportunities that focus on cost reductions, efficiencies/quality improvements, risk mitigation, industry and supply trends and shifts in technology.
Develop cross-functional diverse sourcing strategies for assigned Spend categories, using standard sourcing tools and processes.
Facilitate senior level review and concurrence on sourcing strategies, including sponsorship and resource allocations.
Demonstrate industry knowledge and facilitation skills so that this role leads the negotiations of contractual requirements that includes managing RFP/RFIs, making selection recommendations, managing the implementation phase and adherence to contractual commitments.
Exhibit and act with integrity by maintaining compliance with internal policies, procedures and all regulatory and governmental regulations and laws.
Who You Are
Demonstrated ability to manage and control an annual spend program of $20M
Knowledge of the manufacturing business, markets and industry, including well-developed technical and commercial knowledge of Manufacturing Facilities, Distribution Operations and Supply Chain sectors
Demonstrated skills in building strong cross-functional relationships so that the team reaches alignment
Demonstrated success in establishing and building successful supplier relationships
Demonstrated skill in planning, leading and structuring negotiations
Demonstrated effective time management and organizational skills
Demonstrated success in controlling significant direct spend
Demonstrated change management skills, as well as versatility in responding to change
Demonstrated strategic agility with ability to take a process or project into implementation. EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION:
Bachelors degree with a minimum of 6 years of related experience
CPM, APICS certification or equivalent preferred
Proficiency and experience with strategic procurement methodologies and sourcing approaches and techniques
Highly effective at initiating and leading cross functional teams by building internal and external relationships that create alignment
Demonstrates solid business acumen with experience in multiple business sectors
Risk and financial analysis skills and the ability to interpret and utilize key financial data
Ability to operate and execute effectively in a dynamic, fast-paced environment with multiple priorities and challenging deadlines
Process-oriented with strong analytical skills and creative problem solving capabilities
Excellent written and verbal communication, influencing and persuasion skills
Demonstrates a sense of urgency and proactive approach that is results focused
Working knowledge of SAP
Thorough knowledge of the business, markets, regulations and cGMP operations in the biopharmaceutical industry
Preferred: MBA, Global experience COMPETENCIES:
Applying Technical Expertise: Contributes to the development of new principles and concepts to independently address problems and issues. Contributes to the development of new concepts, techniques and standards. Exerts some influence over long-range goals and objectives for the organization.
Supervision: Work is performed without appreciable direction. Exercises considerable latitude in determining objectives and approaches to assignments. May provide guidance and manage work activities of other staff members for specific projects or objectives.
Interaction: Serves as a consultant to management and internal/external spokesperson for the organization on matters pertaining to policies, plans, objectives and business operations.
Collaboration and Teamwork: Is proactive by encouraging and fostering effective teamwork and actively solicits ideas from others that are used in seeking sound business solutions.
Communication: Demonstrates superior communication and presentation skills. Is proactive in communicating status and activities within workgroup and business stakeholders. Is well versed on the business, business initiatives and external drivers impacting the business.
Building and Leading Teams: Interacts and collaborates within workgroup and area of expertise.
Driving for Results: Plans, prioritizes and reports status at the strategic level. Operates independently. Exercises independence in identifying methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.
Developing Yourself and Others: Exercises upon self-development opportunities and proactive shares knowledge and expertise.
Strategic Agility: Works with management in setting strategic direction for the business that includes short-term initiatives as well as long-term objectives.
Leading Innovation and Change: Is seen in the department and business as leading innovation and change that supports the business objectives.
Business Knowledge: Applies complete understanding of the GNE’s strategy and operations.
Process Management: Identifies, implements, and supports complex process improvements.
Decision Making: Develops solutions to a variety of complex problems and initiatives. Works on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires in-depth evaluation of variable factors that have organizational impact. Demonstrates judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions that are reviewed by management upon completion of the project.
Who We Are
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