As the world's leading packaging manufacturer, Amcor offers customers the highest quality in innovative and sustainable packaging solutions. Amcor Tobacco Packaging (ATP), one of Amcor's business groups, is a global leader in high quality tobacco packaging, serving market-leading customers across Europe, Asia and the Americas. We currently have 24 sites in 19 countries, with a defined growth strategy. (Go to for further information) An experienced leader, change agent, and high energy individual with a demonstrated track record of exceeded value delivery (price savings, total cost, efficiency, innovation, growth, and on time execution) whom is technically skilled and knowledgeable in world class strategic sourcing category management practices and toolkits: developing and implementing Strategic Sourcing processes and procedures; has implemented enterprise wide procurement category management best practices; and can develop strong relationships both internally and externally, and continuously leading external sourcing practice benchmarking efforts. Leadership and People Management Ensure the right people are in the right place with the appropriate support to contribute to operating plan in order to deliver financial results in line with agreed budget Strategy Development and Strategy Implementation Work closely with key stakeholders to develop and implement effective procurement strategies so as to ensure quality of services and improved value Set clear standards with respect to Procurement and ensure consistency with Amcor requirements and standards Identify trends and\/or issues that need improvement Translate the purchasing strategy in concrete actions plans in order to satisfy customer needs, company targets and quality \/ safety norms and standards Ensure that Procurement is integrated in core business processes Ensure that the needs of the Sites are effectively represented in the Purchasing Strategies and to achieve this must work closely with the Site Management Negotiation Build strong relationships with key suppliers in order to negotiate more innovative and beneficial contractual agreements and service levels Manage negotiation process, content and results. Lead the negotiation team to define the desired outcome of a negotiation Relationship Management Identify stakeholders; understand and interpret their current and future needs, and manage their expectations. Give advice and build long-term value partnerships Collaborate closely with relevant departments to ensure understanding and compliance with key procurement strategies and policies Financial Planning Ensure that financial resource allocation is cost-effective and aligned with strategic and operational plans Build an accurate forecast for category price movements Provide periodic and ad hoc reports and forecasts on performance against plan Occupational Health, Safety and Environment as well as Quality Work in accordance with the responsibilities and authorities for OHSE\u00a0and Quality We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity\/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class or email@example.com
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With more than 6000 people in 60 manufacturing operations in 13 countries, we are the leading supplier of consumer-driven rigid plastic packaging for the world’s most popular brands in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical and personal / homecare industries. We are also leading supplier of plastic packaging to the global pharmaceutical industry and supply plastic containers to the food and personal/home care market. Amcor's history dates back to the 1860s when Samuel Ramsden, a young stone mason from Yorkshire, arrived in Australia with his bride to seek his fortune in a new land. He established Victoria's first paper mill on the banks of the Yarra River in Melbourne. For most of its life the company was known as APM - Australian Paper Manufacturers and its products even then touched the daily lives of all Australians. In the 1970s and 1980s the company added a range of diverse packaging interests to its traditional papermaking activities. This was achieved through creating new business partnerships and making strategic acquisitions in order to expand and diversify the company’s activities. With the focus gradually changing and as the company moved towards the future, the company name did not quite fit with the new focus of this young, energetic Australian company. It was decided that the company name should be changed. On May 1, 1986 APM became Amcor Limited, a name that has become increasingly well known throughout the world for its packaging innovation and its global reach.