Deputy Manager Procurement - - Cargill
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Working at Cargill is an opportunity to thrive—a place to develop your career to the fullest while engaging in meaningful work that makes a positive impact around the globe. You will be proud to work for a company with a strong history of
ethics and a purpose of nourishing people. We offer a diverse, supportive environment where you will grow personally and professionally as you learn from some of the most talented people in your field. With 150 years of experience
Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. We have 150,000 employees
in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work. Learn more at www.cargill.com
With some oversight, responsible for more complex procurement activities, for one or more locations with more complex procurement requirements, including managing procurement transaction processes and inventory/procurement records, providing location procurement support and planning, managing supplier events and relationships, and implementing
A. Manage/execute procurement transaction processes - 60%
Responsible for monitoring and ensuring requests are processed for procurement of materials/goods, services and/or supplies for local use from various plant/location staff or a procurement/inventory management system (e.g. Maximo or other ERP) for non discretionary, contracted spend, such as stock replenishment or planned spend
Uses some discretion to procure requests from existing supplier contracts within established, moderate dollar limits
With approval, will work with Strategic Sourcing organization for procurement of materials/goods, services and/or supplies in excess of established limits.
Delegates more administrative duties to support staff as appropriate (e.g. processing procurement requests and preparing purchase orders, scheduling/expediting/confirming delivery, coordinating return of rejected items etc.)
Identifies and implements improvements for procurement transaction processes within the business
B. Provide procurement support & planning - 20%
With some oversight, works with plant/location staff to gather and interpret information and applies a general understanding of plant operations to provide general forecasting of medium term supply needs and ensures purchasing plan is aligned.
Conducts research and analysis (e.g. internal/external data from traditional and non-traditional/non-structured data sources) requiring an advanced understanding of operations and business requirements (e.g. product development plans, marketing projections for new products, planned product line expansions, etc.) as well as sourcing environment (e.g. suppliers, cost drivers, international market dynamics, geopolitical risk, import/export laws, etc) for BU.
May act as subject matter expert on multi-functional, local project teams
C. Manage supplier events & relationships - 20%
With some oversight, manage process to select suppliers for procurement of non-contracted materials/goods, services and/or supplies which are considered non-leveraged, local spend (as defined by Strategic Sourcing policies) within moderate dollar limits including
Gathering and performing complex analysis of internal spend data
Gathering specifications/requirements from internal stakeholders
Researching local supplier options
Collecting supplier bids and perform analysis of results (e.g. determining best value supplier from multiple supplier quotes)
Negotiating contract terms and conditions
Responsible for relationship management for more significant local suppliers; with oversight, may develop and leverage existing local supplier partnerships.
Contacts supplier and takes actions to research variances with supplier contract terms and conditions (systemic quality or service problems, etc.).
Works with applicable plant/location staff to research and resolve supplier issues; escalates more significant issues directly to Strategic Sourcing organization to find resolution.
Inform & implement sourcing strategies
With some oversight, coordinates the execution of category/sub category activities and the alignment and implementation of strategic sourcing strategies across the sourcing lifecycle for one or more locations typically within a single BU.
Establishes and maintains on-going tracking mechanisms for performance metrics, reporting on value captured at the local level
Bachelor or master degree in Mechanical/Engineering/ Supply Chain/ Procurement
- 5-8 years procurement experience in relevant area depends on the category need to support
- Familiar with bid process, included but not limited to pre-qua, compile RFP documents, bid open, organize clarification meeting, support evaluation
- Experience with similar industry
- Knowledge of the market, suppliers and cost drivers
- Strong interpersonal skills with ability to:
b. Establish trust & credibility with BU stakeholder & other functional stakeholders
- Strong analytical, business process & problem solving capabilities
- Ability to multi-task
- Coordinate procurement work with project team and Cargill strategic sourcing department
- Demonstrated ability to track, manage and improve vendor performance
- Strong written & verbal communication skills in English
Strategic Sourcing & Procurement