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Category Execution, Sr. Associate, (Enterprise Indirect Sourcing & Procurement)
Global Sourcing & Enterprise Services (S&ES) delivers world-class procurement capabilities to Pfizer, partnering with internal Pfizer customers to ensure they receive maximum value for every dollar spent with Pfizer suppliers. We accelerate Pfizer’s purpose by delivering supplier-supported solutions in ways that realize exceptional value creation for our business. We accomplish this by executing effective strategic processes, including category management, category execution, supplier management and sourcing projects, all supported by efficient procure to pay processes. We add value by aligning Pfizer with the best suppliers, promoting continuous improvement in supplier performance and driving compliance with Pfizer’s intellectual property and privacy requirements. We strive to be a trusted partner that is recognized as best-in-class for business impact and delivering supplier-supported solutions via our outstanding talent.
The Category Execution, Sr. Associate role is responsible for delivering exceptional category value to Pfizer stakeholders through the execution and implementation of global sourcing strategies that meet the needs of the internal customers and suppliers.
This role will work as part of the global Enterprise Indirect Sourcing team, based at strategic locations in Tampa, Florida, Thessaloniki, Greece, and Vizag, India. This role will support our Global Indirect categories, and is based at our Tampa, FL site.
Category Strategy Execution
•Contributes to the delivery of exceptional category value to Pfizer stakeholders through the execution of global category strategies
•Contributes to end-to-end management of medium or high complexity initiatives
•Support engagement with respective stakeholders from the category strategy team to act as the organization's execution arm
•Support the category execution plans by working on the strategic objectives and drive cost savings, process improvements, and innovation
•Understands, explores and works on workflow management tools and intake requests
Sourcing Process Ownership
•Contributes to entire sourcing process, from identifying suppliers, implementation of new sourcing strategies, aligning with supplier and internal customer needs
•Work on the development of medium to high complexity RFXs and in coordination with stakeholders clearly capture scope, objectives, evaluation criteria, and keep a track that the RFX meets all requirements and timelines
•Contribute to the activities associated with identifying potential suppliers, including supplier assessments, evaluation of supplier capabilities, reliability, and capacity
•Facilitate communication of internal stakeholders of the RFX to potential suppliers and response to supplier inquiries
•Engage in the discussions with the suppliers to negotiate and finalize contracts
•Support e-Sourcing capability with global templates that can be leveraged regionally
•Apply knowledge of market trends, industry best practices, and emerging technologies related to standard sourcing, contracting & savings processes in the execution process
•Provide support for the regular business reviews to track performance, identify areas for improvement, and ensure excellent value delivered to Pfizer in terms of cost savings, cost avoidance, cycle time to source spend
Contracting Process Ownership
•Support end-to-end contracting processes and procedures in line with industry best
•Contribute to the contract drafting / redlining process and the associated communication with the stakeholders
•Support the material build for guidance and training of business stakeholders on the contracting process, including contract review, negotiation, and execution
•Ensure all contracts are properly executed, stored, and maintained in a centralized contract management system
•Contribute to activities such as contract renewals, amendments, and terminations
•Contribute to the creation of a library of standard contract templates, clauses, and terms and conditions that can be easily adapted to meet specific business needs
Applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree with three years of relevant experience; OR a Master’s degree with one year of relevant experience; OR an Associate's degree with six years of relevant experience; OR eight years of relevant experience with a high school diploma or equivalent
Knowledge / experience with different types of contracts
Microsoft Office skills (Excel, Word, PPT)
Effective communication and presentation skills, both verbal and written
Client engagement and customer relationship management skills
Ability to manage and prioritize diverse workload, adapt to changing priorities and assignments
Ability to work collaboratively with cross-functional teams
Ability to effective draft procurement contracts, track contract deliverables, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Strong business operations acumen
Experience in execution of sourcing & contracting projects, contract drafting
Experience conducting medium to high complexity, routine negotiations
Experience in managing supplier relationships and supplier performance metrics
Experience in building material for training of business stakeholders
Knowledge of Category execution
Knowledge of standard sourcing, contracting & savings processes
Basic knowledge of Ariba, System Application and e-sourcing (RFx) procurement systems, processes and procedures
Exposure to project management, including the ability to participate in multiple cross-functional projects, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines
Strong analytical skills and comfort with standard analytical methods and tools (e.g., Microsoft Excel, Access)
Good knowledge of PowerPoint, and other relevant software
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Work Location Assignment: On Premise
Relocation assistance may be available based on business needs and/or eligibility.
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