Manages RFI, RFP, contract development, and review processes and utilizes appropriate support tools to enhance sustainable results and ensuring that procurement processes are conducted in the most effective way possible.
In conjunction with the comapnys Director of Global Marketing Procurement and the functional business leaders, the incumbent will lead the development of the Advertising & Marketing Technology categories and supplier relationships, incorporating key business and strategic sourcing strategies.
The role is responsible for partnering with Business, Regional, Functional and technical stakeholders in Business Process Network to plan, deliver, sustain and continuously improve E2E integrated process and system solutions within the Order Management, Pricing and Intercompany.
Responsible for driving special collaboration projects with key retail customers to identify, capture and measure benefits and opportunities from direct packaging materials. Including collaborating with key retail customers counterparts and external consultants to implement collaboration strategies.
You will take over ownership for one of the reporting perspectives and be globally responsible for the reporting content as reported in the system and will drive the continuous development of the reporting content.
This position is responsible for creating and driving processes for identifying, valuating and prioritizing supply chain solution innovations and improvements, as well as ensuring their timely execution.
Lead multifunctional/multinational sourcing teams and projects to achieve contracts, orders or agreements that are aligned with the logistics / warehousing strategy and hence deliver appropriate savings agreed with stakeholders.
Review supplier price & quality and analyze the cost table. Develop tools & plans to execute systematic & efficient negotiation strategy, lead and influence team and stakeholders on a course of action.
This position have the accountability and authority to identify and address or escalate issues which could prevent reasonable assurance that risks are understood and managed within the Banks risk appetite.