Commodity Manager - Electromechanical, Toronto, Creation Technologies

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277897930
Commodity Manager - Electromechanical, Toronto, Creation Technologies
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Commodity manager - electromechanical

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The Electromechanical, Global Commodity Manager (GCM) will be the lead for negotiations and supplier management with the Company's supply base, driving the strategic sourcing process on a global basis, with special focus on cost competitiveness. The GCM will lead; support the development, implementation, and management of global strategies to provide optimal supply assurance, pricing, flexibility, quality, and delivery performance. The GCM will continually drive improvements on performance and business results. The GCM researches, identifies, and analyzes current and emerging trends, provides subject matter expertise, develops a deep understanding of market conditions, develops proposed global supply chain solutions focusing on total cost of ownership. The GCM negotiates major and/or global agreements which include negotiating prices, terms and conditions, risk mitigations and warranties in support of those agreements and is the primary supplier relationship owner. The GCM builds and leverages strong working relationships with internal customers and key suppliers to assure cost, quality, and delivery targets are met. Working closely with the Global Supply Chain Team / Local Management, the GCM will communicate and implement strategies, contracts, and pricing to all regions with an overall focus on maintaining good supplier relationships and total costs of ownership to achieve maximum advantage for the company and its customers.
Develop negotiation strategies and manage the implementation of RFI and RFQ initiatives to deliver best total cost of ownership.
Provide Electromechanical subject matter expertise to key stakeholders in the areas of market conditions, technology roadmap, industry/supplier knowledge, manufacturing process and design guidance.
Develop the Global Electromechanical Commodity and Preferred Supplier Strategies utilizing market conditions, sourcing strategies, cost reduction strategies, supplier technology roadmap, supplier quality and delivery requirements.
Establish commodity strategy impacts to business unit level strategy/plans and determining the steps necessary to deliver on objectives.
Conduct supplier business reviews, develop new and existing supplier selections, supplier process audits, supplier assessments.
Work with the manufacturers on resolution to process pipeline risk management, gap analysis, cost management, cost guidance, and quality resolution.
Demonstrate broad knowledge and technical aptitude of Electromechanical technologies.
Analyze, leverage, and consolidate suppliers spend across multiple manufacturing locations.
Develop executive relationships, coordinate with cross-functional resources to specify strategy, identification, selection and KPI performance of supply base.
Responsible for all supplier contracts. Manage and negotiate supplier agreement inclusive but not limited to, Master Supply agreements (T&C), Vendor Managed Inventory, and data exchange.
Drives global supply chain policies and procedure adherence. Oversees implementation aspects and tracks changes, policy adoption and business unit adherence.
Participate in special projects and initiatives as required by leadership.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Canada: Title for the position will be in accordance with applicable national and local laws.

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