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Procurement Manager (Level 1) - Littleton, CO

Job Description:

One of the world’s largest communication companies, our client has an opening for a Procurement Manager (Level 1) for a position in Littleton, CO.  Imagine everything that you could learn to advance your career while working at a global communication and IT services company focused on connecting people to the power of the digital world. This position seeks talented candidates who will put the customer at the center of everything they do. Inquire about this opportunity and you could end up on a diverse and inclusive team where you’ll not only be valued but feel inspired to give your all to get the job done.

Description:
The Procurement Manager 1 negotiates or renegotiates new and existing agreements or statements of work of low to moderate complexity, including requests for information or requests for proposal relationships for construction labor (inside / outside plant construction, and facilities). Prepares scope documents, communication plans, and contract awards. Actively partners with legal teams and stakeholders to develop and execute negotiation strategies that include optimal targets for pricing, service, and quality. This role will also be responsible for providing statistical and analysis reports for the Construction Procurement Team. Ideally, this position will reside in a client office and report directly to the Senior Manager of Procurement. 

1) Major tasks include: 
• Prepare statistical reporting/analysis for the Construction Procurement team and key internal customers on an ongoing basis (spend/baseline analysis). 
• Prepare reports and executive summaries monitoring construction spend. 
• Data Processing / Problem Resolution - analyze and do in depth research on construction spend 
• Negotiation or renegotiation of new and existing agreements/sows 
• RFI/RFP generation and facilitation 
• Cost compression management and tracking 
• Purchase forecast and variance explanation 
• Monitor expense management and reduction activity as it relates to contract maintenance and escalation management 
• Coordinate resources, activities, and communication within and across all organizational units 

2) Key Attributes: 
• Analytical and experience with sourcing approach, strategy development, execution and change management 
• Familiarity with e-sourcing tools and complex, large-scale sourcing events, ERP (Oracle preferred) 
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software (advanced Excel skills, pivot tables, query tools and Power Point) 
• Telecom Construction experience (Infrastructure, inside plant, outside plant) 
• Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills 
• Strong negotiation skills 
• Ability to work with various levels of management within the organization 
• Process management and documentation skills 
• Strong organizational skills 
• Strategic thinker 
• Self-starter 
• Team player with ability to work well with their peers 
• Very strong problem solving capabilities 
• Experience with change management 

3) Responsibilities: 
• Analyze current state of the business 
• Engage stakeholders to determine sourcing requirements 
• Develop RF(x)s 
• Analyze and evaluate vendors from a financial, functional, operational and risk perspective 
• Negotiate commercial terms with vendors and stakeholders 
• Manage Agreement / SOW creation and execution 
• Management of contract expiration dates 
• Management of vendor performance standards 
• Implementation of price reviews 
• Management of payment terms 

4) Requirements: 
• Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related area 
• 2 plus years of relevant procurement experience 

5) Other Job Requirements 
• Experience with contracts and negotiations preferred 
• Ability to influence and motivate others with new ideas and concepts 
• Imports and exports good ideas - relentlessly seeks, shares, and adopts ideas and best practices - proactively seeks and provides feedback


Job ID:
330978

Dept ID:
10600

Location:
Littleton, CO
United States of America

Industry:
Online / Full App

Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
258

Posted Date:7/9/2018

Domain:arna

Contact: melanie.delaney@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Procurement Manager (Level 1)

Location: Littleton, CO

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 330978

Posted Date: 7/9/2018

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