Strategic Sourcing Analyst
We have an exciting 18 month fixed term hybrid opportunity for a strategic sourcing analyst based in Swindon. You will be working for a global industrial technology company that produces highly engineered connectivity and sensing products that power electric vehicles, aircraft, digital factories, and smart homes. You will be responsible for preparing RFQ packages, negotiating pricing and terms and making data driven sourcing decisions.
- 18 month fixed term contract
- Hybrid Position
- Competitive salary package
- Performance based bonus plans
- Health and wellness incentives
- Employee stock purchase programme
- 3-5 years experience in relevant field
- Bachelor's degree highly desired
- Knowledge of ERP systems relevant to planning and purchasing
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Project management basic knowledge - experience is a plus
- Computer literate - Advanced knowledge of MS office, mainly excel
- Knowledge of financial costings of products
- Accountable to achieve objectives/targets regarding supplier quality, delivery & material productivity
- Build strong relationships with suppliers to optimize performance
- Develop & execute strategies to align with plant & BU objectives
- Resolve issues related with supply disruptions
- Ensure & promote adherence to global processes, policies & procedures
- Manage data integrity through SAP
- Represent producrement with cross functional teams such as engineering, finance, quality and operations
If this sounds like an exciting opportunity for you, click apply and we will be in touch soon!
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