Senior Manager, Supply Chain & Procurement

Summary Join a world class, non-profit organization and be responsible for the development and ongoing administration of procurement and relationships with our internal management, faculty and external vendors! Responsibilities Advise and liaise/team with senior members of research management faculty, staff and laboratory departments on strategic sourcing of specialized equipment, including alternative vendor sourcing Function as the expert of current and upcoming changes to OMB/Uniform Procurement-related regulation and, working in partnership with Sponsored Research Administration, update procurement policies and processes to ensure sponsored research funds are expended and reported in accordance with regulations Partner with in-house counsel and IT management to maintain processes and standard terms and conditions for purchasing and standard contracts for service providers that will ensure significant riskmitigation and assure the Laboratory receives good value for its purchases Establish/improve and maintain strategic relations with key vendors and service providers in both research and administrative aspects of the Laboratory Qualifications BA Degree is required in Business Administration, Economics, Finance or related field 10+ years of purchasing and/or supply chain experience, including 4 years of leading, mentoring and developing staff, 4 years of research OR non-profit industry Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) or similar designation Experience in the procurement of specialized research equipment utilized by leading research institutions, complex IT services, systems and equipment related to the storage and transmission of sensitive data Strong, project leadership and management skills in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities, and an ability to manage multiple projects with tight deadlines 2018-26022
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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