- New York, NY, USA
- Permanent, Full time
- 24 Sep 17
IT Sourcing Manager
Location: New York, NY, USAThe Sourcing Manager will primarily be responsible for strategic sourcing e.g. RFx, contract negotiations and spend management related to IT services including implementation services, consulting, ongoing support and maintenance covering lines of business including infrastructure services, development, enterprise architecture, and analytics.
Day to day responsibilities include:
•Negotiating cost and terms of IT Professional Service Agreements including Master Services Agreements, Statements of Work, etc.
•Leading Strategic Sourcing projects e.g. the RFx process including gathering business requirements, drafting RFx documents, identifying and qualifying potential suppliers, RFx project management in alignment with Procurement and Sourcing's policies and procedures
•Summarizing, reporting and presenting deal, savings, and category information to senior management
•Liaising between Sourcing and internal clients. Responsible for understanding key stakeholders' book of work, identifying areas of enhancement, and bringing market intelligence to the team to make strategic decisions.
•Building strong relationships with suppliers, internal clients (e.g. IT, LOB Project Managers, Senior Management) and business partners (e.g. IT, Legal, Finance/Planning, Information Security)
•Providing Subject Matter Expertise on IT Professional Services and key suppliers
•Managing the holistic contractual relationship with several key IT Professional Service vendor relationships
•Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university
•Minimum of 5+ years of relevant work experience in IT Professional Services desired but not required
•Experience reviewing, drafting and negotiating contract terms limiting risk, capturing business requirements, and securing commercial commitments
•Ability to work autonomously and demonstrate judgment with regard to management escalation
•Strong Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills
•Strong written and oral communication skills and interpersonal skills
•Excellent organizational skills to multitask and prioritize projects
•Strong problem solving and conceptual thinking abilities
•Strong communication, interpersonal, and leadership abilities
•Self-motivated worker with the ability to work in a fast-paced work environment
•Ability to handle multiple complex concurrent projects
•Preferred: Experience in the Financial Services industry
•CPSM or other professional certification would be desirable.
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