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Sourcing Manager - Information Technology/network & Telephony Job In San Ramon, California, Triune I

Published 2022-07-06
Expires 2022-08-06
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Sourcing Manager - Information Technology/network & Telephony Job In San Ramon, California, Triune I
United States, California, San Ramon,
Published July 6, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Sourcing manager - information technology/network & telephony


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Sourcing Manager - Information Technology/Network & Telephony



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Client is seeking a Sourcing Manager - Information Technology/Network & Telephony to be a part of the Sourcing team specializing in Information Technology with an emphasis on Network and Telephony. The functions and responsibilities of this team support the strategic sourcing and contracting function of the procurement organization specializing in Information Technology supporting networking hardware and software standards, and national telephony contracts. Partner with teams based on IT commodities, experience and as available, to establish and manage relationships with vendors for the purpose of procuring and/or contracting goods and services. Seeks to improve cost and process efficiencies and ensure the quality of vendor relationships while providing creative solutions to meet best business practice and business need.



Specific responsibilities include:



For technology commodities, proactively seek out, research and evaluate sources of supply to provide best service, value and business alignment for the organization.



Review and analyze enterprise spend data associated with these commodities to identify cost savings opportunities.



Prepare bid requests, RFP/ RFI documents and requirements/specifications.



Manage RFP process in collaboration with business teams, analyze responses and recommendations final solution.



May partner with Manager as complex situations arise.



For technology commodities, negotiate contract pricing, terms and conditions in collaboration with Legal counsel and business teams.



May facilitate or manage new program rollouts or participate as a team member in projects related to these activities.



For technology commodities, perform contract management duties including monitoring ongoing vendor performance by conducting quarterly business reviews to manage adherence to contract pricing/terms, forecast, review product roadmap, and identify/develop cost saving alternatives.



Monitor, evaluate and ensure continuous improvement in all aspects of performance including cost, quality, service levels, billing practices, etc.



In partnership with Manager, manage customer relationships with regular business meetings to review current contracts, supplier performance and forecast future business needs.



Qualifications:



BS/BA in Business or related field preferred. Negotiation and contract law courses preferred.



ISM (Institute of Supply Management) certification preferred.



3+ years of sourcing/purchasing and contract negotiation/management experience preferred.



Must be proficient with Word and Excel.



Strong ability to interpret, proofread and edit legal/contractual documents.



Strong negotiation and relationship management skills.



Strong ability to analyze problems and situations and provide innovative ideas and solutions.



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    Triune Infomatics
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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