Corporate Procurement Job Description

Corporate Procurement Job Description

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Corporate procurement provides guidance to the Business Unit on procurement processes, material transfer processes, and practices.

Corporate Procurement Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Keep abreast of all regulatory requirements and best practices globally
Asses effectiveness and competitiveness of the procurement process, highlighting issues and proposing solutions
Drive global strategic sourcing business intelligence/ analytics and provide reports on overall supplier spend, supplier rationalization, governance and operational metrics from the sourcing database, commercial analysis on RFPs and other various value added analysis
Work with the global procurement, finance and business teams to understand the requirement, information flow within the organization and ensure that the information is captured accurately, analyzed at the appropriate level of detail, and presented in an effective manner which can enable decision making
Communicate progress and decision points for procurement projects to relevant functions and maintain key documentation of approvals where required
Assess effectiveness procurement process through reporting, highlight issues and propose solutions
Manage the governance around the procurement contract lifecycle management
Drive global governance projects to tighten the process, highlight the risks and communicate the controls related to the contract lifecycle management
Conduct regular audits to ensure that contract protocol is being followed, highlight and work towards closing the gaps
Provide business intelligence / reports on overall contract management status, commercial analysis on RFPs and other various value added analysis

Corporate Procurement Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Corporate Procurement

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: APICS, CPIM, PMP, CIRM, C.P.M, A.P.P, NAPM, CSCP, CPSM, CPM

Education for Corporate Procurement

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the corporate procurement job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Business, Finance, Business/Administration, Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Economics, Management, MBA, Accounting, Business/Management

Skills for Corporate Procurement

Desired skills for corporate procurement include:

Microsoft Office software
Steelmaking processes and practices
Purchasing processes and compliance regulations
Danaher Business Systems
Lean manufacturing practices will enhance the candidate’s ability to communicate with DHR business associates
Microsoft Office
Ability to use various applications to efficiently accomplish work
Best practices
Business and legal implications of proposed procurement solutions

Desired experience for corporate procurement includes:

Work with the global procurement and business teams to communicate and present the contract management governance model
Assess effectiveness procurement process through reporting, highlighting issues and proposing solutions
Strong process mapping, financial modeling and analytical skills
Partner with business and functional leadership to understand short, medium and long-term third party requirements including demand management and make vs
Understanding of sustainable procurement practices eg
Lead process business unit

Corporate Procurement Examples


Corporate Procurement Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for a corporate procurement. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for corporate procurement
  • Produce periodic actionable reports to highlight gaps and liaise with various procurement and business teams to communicate the same and get updated information
  • Ensure that the divisional vendor risks and incidents are tracked, resolved and reported in a timely manner
  • Provide governance and support in aspects of the vendor engagement process through to contract conclusion
  • In collaboration with internal stakeholders, prepare RFP documentation (including descriptions of services, instructions to participants, price matrix)
  • Act as the principal point of contact for internal clients and suppliers
  • Optimize Commercial and Corporate Services spend and supplier base
  • Work closely with senior business unit and functional leadership to establish procurement strategies that enable achievement of Function’s business goals
  • Work with Procurement leader responsible for Science & Technology to assure plans are well coordinated and integrated across complimentary business functions
  • Work closely with CPO to establish staffing strategies that attract, develop, and retain top talent at Mallinckrodt
  • Develop in-depth knowledge of Commercial and Corporate Services spend, requirements, and supply market
Qualifications for corporate procurement
  • Student should have completed or just be completing his BA in Business Administration/Economics degree and currently beginning a masters programs (Economics, business administration, Supply chain, ) with at least 1.5 years to graduation
  • Utilize Mallinckrodt’s sourcing excellence framework and appropriate sourcing techniques to direct sourcing projects & events, identify preferred/strategic suppliers, negotiate and execute contracts
  • Direct implementation of a mature Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) framework to achieve optimal performance from our most strategic suppliers
  • Manage supplier performance by establishing and stewarding appropriate KPI’s
  • Prepare monthly progress reports including progress on key initiatives, savings achieved/forecast, cost metrics and variances versus plan
  • Contribute to the design and implementation of effective and efficient internal procurement policies and procedures

Corporate Procurement Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for a corporate procurement. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for corporate procurement
  • Lead the Business Intelligence team in designing and delivering technical solutions that will solve procurement business problems and ensure data is actionable
  • Lead the improvement of our existing business intelligence platform, applications and structure while gaining buy-in from the OpCos and implement the improvements accordingly
  • Lead and coordinate resources to architectural assessments including analysis, context diagrams, data flow diagrams, data models, findings, and recommendations
  • Define and develop technical standards for data movement and transformation
  • Influence and lead OpCo IT to ensure smooth transition to new standards and data integration
  • Develop strategies for developing the SCR program
  • Propose annual targets that ensure the SCR program progresses in line with agreed strategies
  • Develop and manage processes to deliver against agreed strategies and targets
  • Build and maintain relationships with external agencies relevant to the SCR program
  • Build and maintain relationships with 3rd party providers of services that support the SCR program
Qualifications for corporate procurement
  • 2+ years’ experience driving products from concept and ideation through successful launch, working on a team employing Waterfall/Agile/Scrum or similar development methods
  • 2+ years of experience with cloud architecture
  • 10+ years of professional supply chain experience
  • Work closely with other parts of Global Procurement
  • Continuously develop reporting of all relevant KPOs/KPIs to ensure full awareness of the progress or otherwise of all aspects of the SCR program
  • Significant experience working on SCR programs and working in Supply Chain environments, including working within Procurement operations

Corporate Procurement Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking to fill the role of corporate procurement. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for corporate procurement
  • Assist in regular management of Key Direct Material Suppliers to monitor and control commercial supply and quality performance
  • Project management of development and strategic business initiatives
  • Strategic thinking, collaboration, communication, technical/operational skills, influencing abilities, and presentation and facilitation skills
  • Coordinates all Procurement/Corporate Card activities including answering inquiries, setting up new accounts, issuing new and replacement cards, and maintaining the credit card vendors' online system
  • Serves as a liaison with credit card vendors, departmental cardholders, and other internal staff
  • Receives and investigates inquiries and issues pertaining to credit card purchases, reviews documentation and prepares responses
  • Provides customer service assistance to cardholders and other internal staff
  • Reconciles cardholder spending reports and reports non-compliance findings to cardholder and management, as needed
  • Responsible for reviewing and monitoring programs' spending trends and provides scheduled and ad hoc reports
  • Assists with cardholder training
Qualifications for corporate procurement
  • A deep understanding of SCR programs and the requirements of such programs
  • Passion for Social responsibility
  • Ability to manage and collaborate with multiple stakeholders across the organization
  • Experience in supply chain, procurement, sourcing
  • Experience in sourcing of CREFM categories
  • Knowledge of the European corporate real estate market

Corporate Procurement Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is hiring for a corporate procurement. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for corporate procurement
  • Global market analysis on Lipstick components
  • Management over the global suppliers
  • Analysis of the needs within the category on the global level and on behalf of all make-up brands of the Group
  • Build the road map with key projects
  • Follow the implementation of the key projects
  • Leadership over the regional category managers
  • Communicate the strategy to the stake holders (countries / zones, brands, suppliers)
  • Catch the innovation from the supplier market
  • Global market analysis on Mascara components
  • Network with business leaders to provide strategic and tactical support to on-going initiatives
Qualifications for corporate procurement
  • 3+ years’ experience in enterprise software design and development, with a proven track record of delivering products and solutions to the workplace
  • 3+ years in programming or architectural design for a variety of enterprise software applications
  • Extensive knowledge of best practice of SCR programs
  • Advanced written and verbal English
  • Any other major business language (German, French, Spanish, Italian,…)
  • Solid experience in Packaging / Plastics Procurement

Corporate Procurement Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking to fill the role of corporate procurement. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for corporate procurement
  • Developing short/mid/and long term strategies aligned with the business goals
  • Takes the lead in sourcing and reviewing potential new products as may benefit the group and recommends the same to management when relevant
  • Enter and manage projects in I-nexus throughout project until savings have been approved by both the At Market and Above Market Global teams
  • Define a global strategy for Dispensing category (incl
  • Development of list of preferred suppliers globally & regional
  • Manages complex stakeholder groups and effectively influence and impact organizational change for complex multi-layer, cross-functional organization
  • Technical training and certification preferred from either National Association of Purchasing Managers/Institute for Supply Management (CPSM, CPM)
  • Global market analysis on Tubes and Injected pieces
  • Analysis of the needs within the category on the global level and on behalf of all brands of the Group
  • Ensure strategy at global level with close collaboration with regional category managers
Qualifications for corporate procurement
  • 3+ years’ experience working with Business Intelligence technologies
  • Experience in procurement for make-up (complex plastic pieces, finished goods) will be an advantage
  • Experience in procurement category management (having experience of managing a category and its suppliers from the STRATEGIC point of view)
  • Knowledge of hardware/software procurements and licensing
  • Industry-wide, recognized Certification in Commercial Contracting, Purchasing Manager, or other recognized purchasing certifications
  • Manage global strategy development, deployment and strategic planning for assigned global sub-Spend Area

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