Facilities Contracts Manager-Tool Install Global Procurement Services (TI-GPS) Group
The TI-GPS FCM (Facilities Contracts Manager) is an individual contributor who will lead or co-lead the sourcing, negotiations, contracting, and management support for Tool Install and Multi-prime (MP) Layout Dependent and Process Specific Specialty Systems (LOD/PSSS) for construction contracts supporting Intel's global projects.
This position will work closely with local or site-based Facilities Contract Managers (FCMs), site specific and global management for design, engineering, finance, legal, and fab construction to deliver complex projects enabling Intel's manufacturing capacity. This FCM position will work within the Construction and Facilities Supply Chain Group within Global Supply Chain Organization.
The TI GPS Facilities Contracts Manager will be responsible for but not limited to:
- Developing solid relationships with internal partners, both local and across the virtual factory network, as well as critical suppliers.
- The FCM will deliver results to meet CFSC and GSC (Global Supply Chain) Strategic Objectives around Cost, Quality, Availability, Technology, and Safety. Proactively lead the team through the construction contracting efforts associated with multiple-prime construction projects supporting Tool Install and progressive Build scope associated with LOD the projects life cycle: Strategic Sourcing, Procurement Planning, Bid/Evaluate/Negotiate, and Execution.
- This role will require a combination of remote and on-site support for specific activities. Travel could be 1-2 weeks on a quarterly basis.
- Develop MP Procurement leadership acumen to support contract projects and help direct project procurement activities required to support the planning and execution of the operations.
- Develop and present rationale for construction contracting and compensation strategies.
- Develop and execute the contracts used to procure design, construction, and other related services supporting Intel MP projects.
- Understand market conditions and incorporate that knowledge into sourcing strategies.
- Ensure compliance with corporate fiscal, legal, environmental, and risk management policies to minimize and limit corporate liability, manage risk, and optimize value.
- Plan and implement procurement systems necessary to support project procurement operations.
- Review and update working procedures, documents, and systems to keep pace with project requirements, competition, and market innovations.
- Support local MP FCMs in the facilitation of resolution process for any MP contract disputes.
- Provide expertise on construction contracting methods, understanding the relationship between contractual responsibilities and assignment of risk, and a basic understanding of relationship between costs, quality, and schedule.
- Experience with unit rate contracting or quantity survey practices.
- Influences for win/win outcomes with suppliers, business partners, and upper management.
- High tolerance for ambiguity in a highly fluid work environment. Solid Lean/problem solving skills.
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Qualifications listed as preferred or additional will be considered a plus factor for applicants.
Candidate must possess a Bachelor's Degree in Supply Chain, Construction Management or any related field.
5+ years of experience in Supply Chain management, contracts management, or construction project management.
This U.S. position is open to U.S. Workers Only. A U.S. Worker is someone who is either a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident, or a person granted Refugee or Asylum status by the U.S. Government. Intel will not sponsor a foreign national for this position.
Solid multi-prime experience.
Tool Install Experience associated with semi-conductor facilities.
Unit Rate contracting experience.
Experience in the construction industry with complex projects.
Knowledge of contracts, contract law and claims management processes and procedures.
Stakeholder partnering skills for collaborating effectively.
Organizational skills, high level of detail orientation, and efficient time management.
Procurement planning and policy expertise.
Supply chain and supplier management skills.
Data analytical skills, breaking complex problems into smaller components for resolution.
Local/regional market in relation to industry trends and norms.
Maintain perspective and confidence in face of difficult contract negotiations, exceptionally tight deadlines and client expectations.