Supply Chain Transformation Manager
Provides Senior Director, Materials Management with financial analysis, advisement and overall support for the Supply Chain and Materials Management business operations of Roswell Park; assists Senior Director, Materials Management with the transformation of Supply Chain Management (SCM) activities to leading-edge technologies and innovative procurement concepts; responsible for Materials Management Information Systems(MMIS) performance and the ongoing integrity of the database; provides direction to the Materials Management team regarding the advancement of application of internet-based technologies with electronic vendor sourcing, contract administration, supplier relationship management, and electronic procurement designed to make the procure-to-pay and inventory management processes more efficient; facilitates the maximum efficiency for the MMIS through the development of computer system training programs for all MMIS users.
Applicants will possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Supply Chain, Procurement, Finance or a related field and the equivalent of six years of full-time purchasing or contract management experience in a healthcare, business or corporate environment; or an Associate’s degree in Business, Supply Chain, Procurement, Finance or a related field and the equivalent of eight years of full-time purchasing or contract management experience in a healthcare, business or corporate environment; or a High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Diploma and the equivalent of ten years of full-time purchasing or contract management experience in a healthcare, business or corporate environment. The preferred candidate will have knowledge of terms and conditions for contracts and purchase orders, purchasing and contract management operations, excellent interpersonal and training skills and strong verbal and written communication skills. The preferred candidate will possess the ability to be trained and train on the materials management system software and experience in leading others.
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