Leads the Category Heads of Procurement Engineering. Meets all BG related Procurement Objectives/KPI’s (e.g. BoM Savings, GSRS, # suppliers).
Achieves product cost reduction through value engineering/DfX and supply chain optimization in the BG. Acts as interface to the Commodity Cluster Leaders.
Ensures BG relevant spend volume will be managed through the DfX concept. Act as a BG-MT member, demonstrate leadership and vision to support the organizational BG objectives (short & long term).
Ensures that BG Procurement Engineering related risks are controlled and mitigated. Builds and secures manufacturing capabilities and capacity at 3rd party (incl. lean Ops).
Defines requirements and business drivers for supply strategy for in/outsourcing and components. Consolidates and defines BG requirements for procurement strategy.
Aligns Product & Technology Roadmaps with suppliers (Aligned Supplier Product & Technology Roadmaps). Ensures early supplier involvement in Product Design Process.
Manages the link between the new product introduction process with supplier selection (total cost of ownership, handshake with CT's). Secures S&OP linkage to component availability.
Ensures development of cost roadmaps & linkage to margin management. Manages development of Target Cost model of products. Manages standardization & complexity reduction (concept improvement).
Leads the Supplier Quality Managers who are related to single BG suppliers;
In this role, you have the opportunity to
As Procurement Engineering Business Partner will lead and manage all procurement engineering activities for the global business “Computed Tomography/Advanced Molecular Imaging (CT/AMI)”. This business partner understands the product context End to End and delivers business strategies including the strategic cost management vision to the commodities. This business partner owns the DfX concept and competence and ensures alignment with all other functional disciplines, market stakeholders and relevant other business entities to make this happen.
You are responsible for
Participate on the Business MT and drive Procurement strategies that meet the business and product portfolio needs
Lead & Develop Procurement Strategy for CT/AMI business with global spend responsibilities of €250M
Leads the worldwide Procurement Engineering Teams for the CT/AMI, with locations in north-America, China, India, Israel and Europe. Including build, retain and grow the teams.
Drive first time right on Suppliers selection, NPIs launches & manage /support sustainable products with right quality, predictable delivery & optimum cost from supply base
Drive business & procurement partnership, think & act like true business leader from Procurement to help the business growth & customers impact
Responsible for managing the product context within procurement via DfX concept, interfacing with all other functional disciplines.
Global or regional scope Influencing > 300 minimum spend and related risk for assigned product portfolio.
Establishes medium term (3-5 year) procurement strategy for assigned business;
Coordinates all relevant X-functional stakeholders around assigned product portfolio;
Leads all Procurement Engineering activity
Meets all BIU related Procurement Objectives/KPI’s
Achieves product cost reduction through value engineering/DfX and supply chain optimization in the BIU
Acts as interface to the Commodity Cluster Leaders
Ensures BG relevant spend volume will be managed through the DfX concept
Responsible for talent management of the procurement Engineering function across the Business Group
Demonstrate leadership and vision to support the organizational BIU objectives
Ensures that BIU Procurement Engineering related risks are controlled and mitigated;
Builds and secures manufacturing capabilities and capacity at 3rd party
Defines procurement requirements and business drivers for supply strategy for in/outsourcing and components in x-fctl collaboration;
Consolidates and defines BG requirements for procurement strategy
Aligns Product & Technology Roadmaps with suppliers
Ensures early supplier involvement in Product Design Process
Manages the link between the new product introduction process with supplier selection
Secures S&OP linkage to component availability
Ensures development of cost & quality roadmaps & linkage to margin management
Manages development of Target Cost model of products
Manages standardization & complexity reduction (concept improvement)
The Procurement Engineering Business Partner is member of the business management team and ensures that all the business leaders can access all Procurement activities, including Commodity Management teams . The Procurement Engineering Business Partner ensures early involvement in the NPI process to drive cost, quality and functionality improvement. This team also insures the involvement of all relevant Commodity Management teams in I2M process. In addition, this position is responsible and accountable for the quality and business compliance of procurement processes and activities within the Business Group.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant technical discipline (e.g. Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent); Master’s Degree strongly preferred
Professional with a 8-10 years proven track in procurement, supply base background, NPIs & sustaining products management
Strong functional leadership & business partnership, proven expertise & experience working in matrix & complex environment at global level
Previous experience in R&D, product development and/or operations
Previous experience in supplier management and/or development
Understanding of suppliers, business models, key drivers, measures and priorities
Expert in the DfX, DFSS, DMAIC, Six Sigma, and/or Lean methodology
Expert in applying cost models, lean methodology & continuous Productivity initiatives
Expert in applying Value Engineering processes
FDA experience & Healthcare/Med Tech Industry experiences are preferred.
High Quality mindset with Customers centric approach
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