Construction Facilities Commodity Manager
As the Construction Facilities Commodity Manager, you will be responsible for but not limited to:
Develop and manage internal and external relationships to provide sustainable cost, quality, availability and technology solutions while adhering to procurement policies.
Partner with a diverse stakeholder base to lead and develop multiyear commodity strategies based on business/market intelligence, long-term analysis of the category/commodity and the supply ecosystem.
Acquire and maintain industry, market and technical knowledge of commodities.
Lead supplier sourcing, selection and performance management.
Negotiate purchasing contracts, statement of works and pricing for goods and/or services.
Drive cost-saving opportunities in partnership with suppliers and stakeholders to meet business objectives.
Develop new supply chain models for new or existing products or services.
Organization savvy and networking skills to achieve results across multiple groups and disciplines.
Comfortable leading multi-discipline, complex programs, and teams.
Leadership/negotiation skills to drive cross-organizational issues and projects to resolution.
Relationship and coalition-building with key stakeholders.
Exceptional communication skills to build relationships with suppliers and drive change across the company.
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
The candidate must possess the following degree plus the years of experience determined in the areas specified below:
Bachelor of Arts or Sciences with 3+ years of relevant experience in a Construction or Construction related field.
This position is not eligible for Intel immigration sponsorship.
Procurement planning and procurement policy expertise.
Supply chain and supplier management experience.
Working knowledge of project management skills and methods.
Understanding of benchmarking concepts and how to apply them.
3 + years of knowledge of the local regional market in relation to industry trends and norms.
3 + years of knowledge of contracts, contract law, and claims management processes and procedures.