The Project Manager will monitor and report the status of all projects to executive staff, project sponsors, customers, and additional stakeholders; define a problem, analyze the data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
In this role, you will develop sourcing strategies within assigned category. This includes analyzing category spend to understand current state, obtaining business requirements from key internal clients, identifying and leading cross-functional sourcing teams, conducting market research, and creating a sourcing strategy creation from these elements of due diligence.
The position will be responsible to: provide end-to-end sourcing services across various internal client groups and categories of goods and services, develop and deliver clear project and category plans with regards to driving cost savings, improving processes, and reducing risk as it relates to the Procurement-related activities within Webster.
S/he is responsible for leading the development and implementation of progressive procurement strategies that deliver advantaged economics, controlled capital and expense costs, industry-leading innovation and quality in the procurement of all goods and services all of Webster Bank's Lines of Businesses (LOB) in a decentralized third-party (vendor) management organizational model.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage the direction and daily activities of the Divisions procurement of raw materials, parts, equipment and operating supplies required for production of the Divisions products.
In this role, you will focus on advancing pipeline programs to address areas of unmet medical need in hemophilia and other blood disorders, including sickle cell disease, where plans to bring an enhanced focus on developing treatments for this undeserved patient population.
In this role, you will work with stakeholder groups, resources, and forums across the Bright Horizons community to effectively communicate all contractual requirements and IT procurement procedures as required.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for leading the development and implementation of progressive procurement strategies that deliver advantaged economics, controlled capital and expense costs.
In this role, you will develop and manage crucial business relationships, enhancing alignment and understanding challenges/issues in order to promote the identification of innovation opportunities to address potential solutions.
In this role, the selected candidate will collaborate across the Procurement organization with the areas of Third Party Risk Management and Tactical Procurement to ensure seamless service is delivered to the internal client base and the Webster's supplier community.