Procurement Engineer Senior Manager
Procurement Engineer Senior Manager for Neuro
In this role, you have the opportunity to
Procurement Link for the Business, Partners via the Procurement Engineering Business Strategy and I2M processes to prioritize strategic objectives as well as cost down and (larger or multiple) new product introduction projects.
Drives concept savings in new product development in close cooperation with Marketing, Quality, SCM and development. Represents procurement in a business team and ensures early supplier involvement.
Drives the Right sourcing process and provides the input for make or buy analysis. Supports the in/outsourcing process (e.g. knowledge transfer, supplier ramp-up).
Owns all Procurement tasks: Scouting, Supplier Selection and Contracting Process with the Commodity Teams. Executes and supports phase in â€“ phase Out (PIPO) planning related to new product introduction.
Leads or participates in DfX conventions. Provides should-cost assessments for newly proposed products. Drives request for quotation process based on the Forward Procurement List.
Supports the Supplier Quality Manager in new supplier component release process as part of the Advanced Quality Plan (AQP), including compliance and sustainability aspects.
Aligns needs with competitive landscape and technology roadmaps.
Provides input to the Commodity Teams regarding the supply base characteristics based on business requirements. Leads the implementation of the cost reduction strategy focused on the product life cycle, from new product design to products released for production, by tapping into cost down opportunities for the assigned product(s) or supplier(s).
Identifies strategic cost reduction opportunities in the product portfolio and during the new product design process delivering a significant contribution to design decision making and product roadmaps.
Supports the negotiation teams with conceptual and fact-based information and opportunities to drive significant structural cost reduction improvement.
Drives the deployment of early supplier involvement through design-in or cost-reduction workshops. Develops and deploys common approaches to target costing and tracking for the assigned product/category.
Owns the delivering of BOM related cost elements for assigned major commodity, as required improving total cost of ownership for the cost roadmaps for key products.
Leads the development of an effective set of cost models to track â€œtarget costâ€ status for assigned.
5 years of experience in procurement and supply management
Technical and commercial understanding, regulated industry experience preferred
Bachelor degree in engineering preferred or related work experience
MBA or additional business education desired
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