$100K — $130K
Another Source’s client, University of California Office of the President (UCOP), is recruiting a Strategic Sourcing Manager to join its Life Sciences Procurement Services team. This is a remote position currently, though it will be located at one of the ten UC campuses once restrictions are lifted.
Here’s a little about the University of California’s Procurement Services and the position they are recruiting for:
This is an exciting, high impact opportunity to be a part of UCOP’s transformational Procurement Services team where your innovation is welcomed. As a Strategic Sourcing Manager, you will help our systemwide procurement group save the university over $500 million annually through procurement strategies and programs.
In addition to achieving international recognition, the UC system recently launched a new, streamlined website to assist in procurement.
The Life Sciences Center of Excellence is responsible for establishing and implementing system-wide commodity procurement strategies including commodity management, strategic sourcing, contract management, supplier relationship management, utilization management and demand management. The Commodity Manager leads the development and implementation of these system-wide commodity procurement strategies for the University of California.
Working with a high degree of autonomy as a Commodity Center of Excellence (COE) team member under the direction of the COE Manager, you will implement strategic sourcing opportunities and strategies that meet the needs of the University’s campuses, leverage annual category spend in the range of $300-$800 million and produce best-in-class supplier contracts and supplier relationships. You’ll work within a virtual team environment through all aspects of a sourcing initiative. You'll analyze spend by commodity using appropriate business metrics, modifying strategies to maintain flexibility in responding to new opportunities or changing University business needs. You'll participate in the development of a forecasted sourcing/projects pipeline that prioritizes sourcing initiatives to pursue and tracks significant on-going cost savings, and execute against the overall plan. Additionally, you'll also be responsible for developing and maintaining category specific knowledge including leading practices and trends.
Experience you bring to the team:
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status.
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Valid through: 12/17/2020