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Div Dir Procurement

JOB SUMMARY Responsible for managing and coordinating divisional procurement activities including establishing pricing and driving cost savings through CPM, Should Cost, and Purchase Pro deployment.  Optimizes the supply chain through systematic support and ensures that purchase and procurement of goods support quality, cost, inventory and service level standards.   PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Active member of the division operations team and key liaison between the zone and division on all procurement activities Orchestrate all procurement related activities coordinating calendars and priorities with the Zone Director of Procurement Lead, coach, develop and train Division procurement teams with the Zone Director of Procurement Direct and develop division-level procurement employees with a focus toward building  procurement bench strength with the Zone Director of Procurement Develop and own the division procurement strategy consistent with the Zone procurement strategy with the Zone Director Procurement Manage procurement and procurement policies, procedures and objectives to procure resources and supplies at the lowest total cost consistent with approved quality and delivery standards Select local suppliers based on defined category selection criteria (e.g., cost, quality, productivity, service) Manage supplier relationships within the Division, including negotiations on all conflicts, questions, prices, deliveries and/or specifications.  Manage compliance to agreements and scopes on a national and zone level.  Manage and execute contract agreements on a local level Adhere to Pulte's supplier management business processes and sourcing guidelines Collaborate with Product, DCOs, CMs, FMs, PIMs, RPMs and Sales Evaluate the timely adjustment of procurement strategy and plans to meet changing economic and competitive conditions Responsible for account category level house cost budgets, Project Tracker and rebate capture. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES Level: Mentor / Coach / Feedback Ensures appropriate staffing to meet department needs Utilizes recruiting and selection tools/processes to build organizational talent Delegates work according to employee's abilities and skills Evaluates employee's performance and plans for compensation actions in accordance with that performance Provides developmental opportunities through identification of internal and external training opportunities Creates opportunities for employee growth Provides continuous coaching with regard to functional and leadership standards (technical skills and behaviors) SCOPE (Decision making, size of organization, budgetary, etc.) Decision Impact: Division Department Responsibility: Single Budgetary Responsibility: Yes Direct Reports: Yes Indirect Reports: Yes   Qualifications   REQUIRED EDUCATION (Degree, licenses, certifications, etc.) Minimum Bachelor's Degree in Supply Chain Management, Construction, Business, Architecture, Engineering or equivalent ISCM accreditation or equivalent preferred Valid Driver's License because driving is an essential function of this position.    REQUIRED EXPERIENCE (Work related, tools/equipment, software, etc.) Related Functional Experience: Minimum of 5 years Time in position: Minimum of 2 years at a supervisory level or strategic sourcing director/ manager level Business acumen including the interpretation of income statements, balance sheets, and cost structures Purchasing and supply chain experience Management experience Ability to negotiate in a cost transparent environment and achieve should cost Ability to develop and improve vendor partnerships Construction knowledge Ability to lead change in a continuous improvement environment Purchasing expertise and ability to positively influence and lead others outside of Division and Procurement 16611
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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