Vendor Management Analyst
The Vendor Management Analyst is responsible for being the single source to go to regarding vendor sourcing and strategy. This position will play a vital role in organizing and consolidating vendor information as well as centralizing new vendor strategy moving forward.
- Collects and consolidates vendor spend, services, and other key information.
- Analyzes/visualizes vendor data to create a roadmap moving forward.
- Creates centralized time tracking system and score cards for vendors and contingent workers.
- Provides support to the organization for problems with vendor services.
- Leading vendor management processes by working with business partners to support purchasing, strategic needs, analysis, and procurement processes.
- Evaluate customer requirements for products and vendors including controls in the environment.
- Maintain and update knowledge on all purchasing and delivery of services.
- Support financial team with PO processes and ensure purchases are correctly tracked.
- 3+ years’ experience in managing vendors and/or projects.
- Experience in centralizing contingent labor work.
- Prefer Strong Business Acumen across multiple practices including, IT hardware/Asset Management, Vendor Management, Financial Management, Contracts Management and Operational Risk Management.
- Working knowledge of Coupa or related Procurement software (SAP Ariba, Oracle, etc.)
- Self-motivated/directed person who can embrace role and drive change.
- Ability to pivot job responsibilities based on scope of work.
- Experience in SOW reviews.
- Hands on hiring and on/off boarding experience.
- Budgeting experience.
- Finding the right culture fit for this role is just as important as fulfilling technical requirements
- A good culture fit will fulfill the below requirements:
- Ability to work in a fast paced, changing environment while keeping a positive attitude
- Humility and respect
- Flexibility and servant leadership
- Team player
- Great communication
- A “get it done” gritty mentality
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