Procurement Manager

Hillsboro, Oregon
United States

Job ID: 2967141054

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The Position

Purpose: 
 
Responsible for ensuring the right product, at the right quality, with the right service, for the right price, at the right time, on time in full (OTIF). The procurement team works locally and globally to implement and drive Roche’s procurement initiatives and policies in order to meet operational and financial goals. Responsible for  contract management and procurement activities in both non cGMP and cGMP environments in support of the site.
 
Key Responsibilities:

Leadership & People Management:
 
  • Create an environment of strong team spirit, timely and effective communications, sense of urgency, high motivation and inspire teams to achieve goals in the immediate and longer term.  Be an active and visible change agent, promoting flexible and open mindsets to new opportunities.
  • Establish strategic goals and objectives and maintain full strategic responsibility for the Procurement organization.
  • As an extended site leadership team member, drive collaboration within site and across network activities, cross-functional planning, and decision making.
  • Accountable for overall budget and financial performance of the Procurement organization.
  • Proactively promote positive Safety Culture and cGMP operating principles.
  • Embody PT lean leadership principles and methods while fostering a continuous improvement mindset

Technical & Functional:
 
  • Responsible for overall procurement activities for assigned categories to assure high level of supplier performance (right quality, supply insurance - OTIF, improving service level, Total Cost of Ownership) in accordance with compliance requirements (Roche Procurement Policy, Directive,Guidelines and local Procurement SOP’s)
  • Responsible for management and  execution of the end-to-end Procurement processes which include: sourcing, contract negotiation & management, and Purchase Order Creation, for indirect services and materials.
  • Work with Roche leaders and executives, including Plant Management and Site Governance teams to identify strategic procurement opportunities within the business.
  • Support and enforce Roche Procurement Policies and cGMP requirements for procured materials and services.
  • Establish, build and maintain successful supplier relationships.
  • Work with and lead cross functional teams across the network, to identify, develop and drive strategic programs focused on reducing overall cost structure and improved supplier performance.
  • Work with network category managers to ensure the alignment of local procurement needs.
  • Interface with Service Centers  and develop service level agreements to support outsourced procurement activities.
  • Support network level procurement initiatives.
  • Interface to global procurement, supplier quality and CMO.
  • May Lead local or global projects and/or teams
  • Monitor key performance and process health indicators (KPIs and PHIs)
  • Secondary Packaging Material Category Management. 
  • Asset resale as required.
  • Responsible for capital procurement for projects below $10M.
  • MRO parts procurement
 

Who You Are

Qualifications (education/experience/knowledge/skills/competencies)

Education:
  • BA/BS in Supply Chain/Life/physical sciences.
  • Preferences -       APICS and or CPSM certification and MBA/MS degree in Business, Industrial / systems engineering or related discipline
Experience
  • A minimum of 10 years experience in a manufacturing environment with experience in the management of GMP Direct Materials and or Facilities and Engineering Procurement.
  • Experience using Purchasing systems such as SAP, or Ariba.
Knowledge/Skills/Competencies
 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Demonstrated ability to influence and negotiate win/win solutions both within and across organizations.
  • Understanding of industry standards, technical disciplines, and manufacturing practices required to manage detailed scheduling and planning data
  • Exhibit creativity in adapting to situations, develops contingency plans, and makes decisions.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Business process expertise: Demonstrated ability to define, improve and implement cross-functional business processes and systems.
  • Demonstrated ability to independently manage competing priorities with limited direction.

Who We Are

A member of the Roche Group, Genentech has been at the forefront of the biotechnology industry for more than 40 years, using human genetic information to develop novel medicines for serious and life-threatening diseases. Genentech has multiple therapies on the market for cancer & other serious illnesses. Please take this opportunity to learn about Genentech where we believe that our employees are our most important asset & are dedicated to remaining a great place to work.

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