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Sourcing Lead II The candidate will be responsible for Strategic Sourcing which is the practice of supplier selection based on the intersection of cost, quality and outcomes (CQO). Will assist the chair in facilitating the meetings. Demonstrates knowledge of the organizationâ€™s Service and Financial Standards and incorporates them into the performance of duties. Effectively communicate with all stakeholders; Building relationships with clinical and nonclinical customers throughout the hospital management structure in order to ensure Sourcing involvement in appropriate aspects of needs throughout hospital operations. Assess Needs and Initiate Sourcing Projects - Initiates new projects based on high spend profile, potential for savings, upcoming contract expirations, supplier impacts and capital projects. Assist internal clients to specify needs and define supplier performance expectations. Analyze and validate policies and practices driving demand. Defines sourcing strategies that optimize value in light of client needs, market conditions, and healthcare industry statistics. Assess most beneficial means to access markets and drive the supplier behavior accordingly. Gathers and interprets market and competitive intelligence through formal and informal processes. Advocates competitive decision-making in the most efficient, least resource-intense process. Evaluates supplier capabilities to meet our needs through fair and thorough techniques. Looks forward to products within the FDA premarket approval processes to understand and prepare for emerging technology. Supplier Selection- Establishes business cases supporting sourcing recommendations based on input from various sources. Possesses the ability to lead projects using the full complement of resources available within the hospital. Partners with internal clients to implement efficient ordering routines that include appropriate controls within healthcare operations. Assists departments to implement sourcing changes, especially if moving to a new supplier and for more significant spends and services. Authors policies that drive demand and introduce and enforce appropriate behaviors in relation to suppliers. Must be able to negotiate contracts, terms and conditions, and ramifications of contractual verbiage as it relates to the product, service, supplier in question and those ramifications within the hospital. Develop contracts supporting business requirements, including clearly defined service expectations/goods specifications, performance measurement practices and shortfall remedies. Works with Implementations Manager, Finance and departments to quantify the budget impacts of implementing new contracts (i.e., savings). With IT, establish automated processes to enable efficient supplier interfaces in a controlled, integrated and cost-effective manner. With internal clients, periodically review supplier effectiveness; remain abreast of evolving internal client needs and keep clients aware of evolving market capabilities. Becoming a Business Advisor - Creating valued business partnerships with internal customers; proactively identifying cost savings opportunities for the customer; conveying a firm understanding of the customerâ€™s business and political drivers. Masterâ€™s Business Administration or Masterâ€™s in Science or Healthcare related field or Other Advanced Degree such as JD, RN, NP. Certified Materials Resource Professional (CMRP) or other recognized certification. Equivalents accepted upon review are essential. Previous experience interacting with stakeholders in assigned category (e.g., for clinical areas, previous experience interacting with physicians) is essential. Should have previous experience with products relevant to assigned category. Previous experience managing large processes/projects is essential.
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