Source to Contract (S2C) Improvement Manager

Source to Contract (S2C) Improvement Manager

  • Location

    Weybridge, Surrey

  • Sector:

    Procurement & Supply Chain

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  • Salary:

    £50000 - £70000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Aimee Corley

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  • Published:

    11 months ago

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Our high-profile global tech giant are looking for a bright, articulate Source to Contract (S2C) Improvement Manager. You will be a fast learner and will own and develop the end to end source to contract process, establishing an efficient and effective procurement process. The role involves evaluating the effectiveness of the current procurement process and systems to drive improvement. You will be the key interface between S2C and P2P processes working with key stakeholders and outsourced partners to ensure alignment of goals and collaborative working.

You will be a self-starter who uses their initiative to promote and deliver ways to improve the understanding across the business of procurement processes. This will include on-boarding, training and responsibility for overall ways to improve the entire procurement function. You will be proactive and consistently seek new opportunities to add value by analysing technology trends and current practices to challenge the status quo.

Key Skills & Responsibilities;
·Knowledge of e-Procurement systems and Source to Contract processes
·Experience of Spend Analytics software
·Familiar with Business Intelligence tools
·Evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the current procurement process and procurement systems and drive improvement
·Ability to provide large scale support on procurement processes, compliance, on-boarding, training and overall improvement to the procurement function
·MCIPS qualified (or working towards)
·Own and improve Process documentation, process controls, reports, training and testing.
·Proactively seek new opportunities to add value, by analysing technological trends and current procurement practices and challenging the status quo.
·Lead the departmental digital strategy to ensure solutions are in place to meet both current and future requirements