Procurement Engineer -PMO, Program Manager
Job TitleProcurement Engineer -PMO, Program Manager
In this role, you have the opportunity to
Architect and implement the core Program Management Office (PMO) planning activities for how the Procurement Engineering management team meets its strategic objectives and financial commitments.
You are responsible for
- Support the Program Management Organization (PMO) leader, defining process improvements, ways of working & interfaces with other business functions, ensuring there will not be fundamental strategic and operational disconnects between the PE organization and businesses
- Help identify key priorities and decisions to enable the PE function capture key opportunities to reduce risk, improve supply base performance and increase savings
- Improve & Execute strong operating mechanisms/performance reviews and reporting which include timely communication with business leadership and stakeholders on performance
- Design & maintain central project database & reporting tools (i.e. SMRS) of master data, templates, etc. for existing/future projects, supporting lessons learned & incorporating continuous improvement
- Oversight of the project pipeline through implementation levels, from ideation to completion
- Audit program/project documentation to track progress and escalate information appropriately
- Lead the organization, planning and execution of specific strategic business focused projects, analysis, staff and deliverables concurrently within the project funnel according to the Generic Project Management Process
You are a part of
Within Procurement, we are continually aiming to enable total transformation on a global scale. We not only deliver savings, but we contribute to an entirely new way of working, which positively impacts our colleagues across all Philips' businesses and functions. Having brought that influence to bear across our value chain, we are acknowledged as the Best of the Best World Class Procurement Collaboration initiative, winning the Cross-functional Collaboration Award for 2016. (http://bit.ly/1TO9fC2 see the website from Procurement Leaders)
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
- Bachelor's degree in business, technology or related field, Master's degree preferred.
- 10+ years of experience with 5+ years of experience in the discipline of procurement, supply chain and/or program or project management within industries such as healthcare, pharmaceuticals, aerospace and/or automotive.
- Ability to define projects and their goals, estimating budgets, risks and resources; also ability to coach and train staff in these areas
- Effective team building skills
- Strong executive presence; ability to influence multiple levels of key stakeholders and management
- Demonstrated track record of team leadership, customer relationship management, and business development
- Excellent presentation, customer service skills and detail-oriented
- Proven experience in a matrix management of multiple operations
- Strong in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
In return, we offer you
Here at Philips WE ARE Working Together for a Better Tomorrow:
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We offer you the opportunity to personally contribute to Philips' achievement of growth objectives and ambition to improve the lives of 3 Billion people a year by 2025.
Why should you join Philips?
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