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Global Supplier Development Manager

Job/Position Summary

Key responsibilities include directing and orchestrating the Sensor and Mechatronic SBU Supplier Development Program globally.  Specific responsibilities start with the supplier evaluation and source selection process and progress through PPAP and production launch.  Once in production, the function provides ongoing performance measurement and continuous improvement initiatives for targeted members of the supply base.  The position involves working with Purchasing’s Buyers, and other functional groups within CTS to assist in the selection of the most capable and competitive suppliers.  Once selected, Supplier Development works with suppliers on documented continuous improvement programs to correct deficiencies identified in assessments or due to problems identified in performance in the areas of Quality, Service and Cost.  The position is designed to enable the supply base to become as competitive as possible to compliment the strengths and efforts of CTS.

Major Areas of Responsibility

  • Lead the effort to perform detailed assessments of potential suppliers prior to award of business.  The assessments are designed to determine the operational effectiveness of the suppliers’ business systems and practices.  Deficiencies uncovered during assessments are documented, and form the basis for Supplier Continuous Improvement Plans if the supplier is awarded business.
  • Conduct assessments/audits on the processes of existing suppliers on a periodic basis.  This is to ensure the supplier is maintaining their adherence to their documented systems, process control plans, and to verify completion of action items in Supplier Continuous Improvement plans.
  • Ensure that suppliers maintain ongoing efforts to improve their ability to satisfy requirements for Quality, Service, Capacity and Cost.  Based on deficiencies uncovered during audits/assessments, or in the normal course of the business relationship (systemic high level opportunities), formal action items will be established and will be part of the Supplier Continuous Improvement Program along the Plant Supplier Quality team.  Supplier Development will work with these suppliers, including providing education and assistance to ensure completion of the corrective actions.
  • Supplier Development maintains supplier data files (both hard copy and electronic), for the Supplier Development program at CTS.  These activities include the Supplier Performance
  • Maintain the Supplier Development Matrix, developing strategies for dock to stock participation of suppliers, maintaining the Approved/Preferred/World Class Supplier Classification program.
  • Continuously evaluate present systems for effectiveness, efficiency, and value.  As required, modify or implement new systems that will better carry out the goals of Supplier Development.  These initiatives will impact the Automotive SBU or CTS Corporation.  Specific objectives to be outlined and monitored through yearly goals. 
  • Work with Purchasing Buyers and Quality personnel to assure the Supplier Improvement Requests (SIR’s) are being worked.  Supplier Development will monitor the corrective action for timely response and evaluate the response as needed.  In cases of large or chronic quality issues, this position will act as the problem resolution champion by establishing conference calls, make on site visits/audits and participate in problem solving activities.  Progress on issues affecting resolution is reported to management.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • A comprehensive knowledge of ISO/QS 9000/TS 16949 requirements.  An accredited ISO/QS 9000/TS 16949 auditor is strongly preferred
  • Ability to read blueprints and be familiar with metrology techniques.
  • Experience with 8-D problem solving techniques
  • Proficient in Microsoft applications
  • Strong working knowledge of Lean Manufacturing Tools/techniquies
  • Six Sigma Black Belt strongly preferred.

Education and Experience

  • Undergraduate degree in business, quality, engineering or other related degree
  • 5+ years of experience in Quality, Engineering or Purchasing  experience in the Automotive Industry

Physical Demands

  • Ability to work several hours at a computer
  • Ability to travel frequently (domestic and international) as needed.  30% - 50% travel will be required.

Working Environment

  • Standard office environment

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Supplier Quality Engineer (Sqe)- Consulting Opportunities

Title: Supplier Quality Engineer
Type: Consulting to Automotive Suppliers
Travel: 100%
Duration: Project based

We are seeking a results-oriented Supplier Quality Engineer to lead and perform quality work for the company supporting supplier quality, quality systems, and customers. 

Key Responsibilities:

Supplier quality planning
APQP plan and execution
Responsible for leading supplier PPAP documentation review and approval
Supplier technical assessment and qualification
On-going supplier performance management
Quality problem solving with suppliers or customers
Quality interface with suppliers
Develop and execute supplier and internal quality system assessments
Continuous improvement w/ suppliers and manufacturing processes
Vendor management
Required Skills/Experience and Education/Training: 
BS Mechanical Engineering, masters preferred
5 years in supplier development roles, preferably in high volume automotive or similar industrial products industry Should be able to communicate with and teach suppliers, as needed, on PPAP tools
Manufacturing process experience
Strong Mechanical background required
Strategic person with presentation capability to Executive staff. Background in Supplier Quality assessment
Ability to interface into a highly technical, multi-disciplinary organization.
Ability to travel as needed on supplier assessments or problem-solving trips, expect this to be two to four times per year but is dependent on need
Proficient knowledge of Quality systems, expert at ISO 9000, TS 16949, APQP, Six Sigma, lean manufacturing. Extensive experience in implementing SPC, CAR/8D system, DFMEA/PFMEA, NPI, etc.
Ability to leverage lean manufacturing processes with the objective of delivering high impact results.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills required and ability to collaborate and lead cross-functionally
Must be a metrics driven person that drives metrics across the company
MUST have heavy mechanical engineering background
Detailed knowledge of PPAP tools and processes required; must have significant experience to lead this effort with minimal supervision
Required Conditions: 
Suppliers agree that all candidates submitted/matched to this assignment will successfully complete the required Drug Testing and Background Checks to the supplier confirming the acceptance of the assignment.

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Supplier Quality Engineer II

Title: Supplier Quality Engineer II
Salary: $85,000
A global defense company in San Diego is seeking a Supplier Quality Engineer II to analyze and verify supplier quality system implementation and process methods and procedures for manufacturing, testing and inspecting the quality level of products.


  • Review supplier manufacturing documentation ensuring the necessary criteria and provisions are incorporated to permit effective inspection, testing and use of materials
  • Analyze reports and product to be returned to suppliers; initiate correction action for procedural, product or process deficiencies
  • Responsible for analyzing supplier failure analysis root cause determination and corrective action to assure the action is contributing to supplier process improvement
  • Review in-coming inspection rejections of supplier material, parts or products identifying rejection trends observed and communicating these to suppliers
  • Interface with buyers and engineers, resolving both supplier procurement quality issues and design and manufacturing related issues
  • Participate in safety training and actively comply with safety policies and practices
  • Improve and maintain 5S in SQA area, make suggestions for improvements
  • Collaborate in team meetings and activities, including SET team support as appropriate
  • Consistently issue regular supplier performance reports to key suppliers, visit suppliers as necessary accomplishing supplier process audits and to qualify them as “Approved Suppliers”,
  • Accomplish Customer Source Inspection (CSI) at suppliers when required
  • Input SAP Material Master data for Quality related fields

  • Bachelor’s Degree (preferred) or two years of related experience in Supplier Quality Assurance
  • Experience with dispositioning hardware (electrical, mechanical, electro-mechanical parts)
  • Experience using inspection equipment such as calipers, micrometers, and reading drawings
  • Experience performing defect trends/analysis for continuous improvement
  • Experience with Excel, specifically Pivot Tables
  • Experience with manufacturing processes such as soldering, plating, machining, etc. (highly preferred)
  • IPC-A-610 certified (highly preferred)
  • LEAN/Six Sigma (highly preferred)

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Manager Of Supplier Diversity - Corporate Supplier Diversity

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase & Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase & Co. is available at . JPMorgan Chase seeks to do business with suppliers who provide the best price, quality and capability to meet our business needs. With 280 team members in 11 countries, our Sourcing and Procurement Services (SPS) organization works proactively with line of business colleagues to identify capable suppliers, lead the competitive sourcing process and negotiate and contract with the chosen suppliers. Leveraging firm-wide buying power and controlling risk are consistent overarching goals. SPS then ensures that the contracted goods and services can be obtained by our employees in an efficient, cost-effective manner globally. The Supplier Diversity Team, a group within Global Supplier Services (GSS) which reports into the Chief Administrative Office, is responsible for leading the firmwide initiative to increase the amount of business contracted with diverse suppliers. A diverse supplier is defined as a business owned 51% or more by one of the following categories of owners: minority, women, Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender, veteran, service-disabled veterans, and disabled. The JPMorgan Chase supplier diversity program has been in place for over 22 years, and each year since 2008, has spent over $1 billion with diverse suppliers. As a leader in supplier diversity, the group is seeking a dynamic self-starter to continue setting the standards for excellence in this emerging field. This person works across various JPMC Lines of Business (LOBs) across the organization and reports directly to the Head of Global Supplier Diversity. Responsibilities: + Promote and support supplier diversity program and goals.

  • Evaluate diverse suppliers' procurement opportunities.

  • Identify qualified diverse suppliers through commodity and value analysis.

  • Support Sourcing leads in their efforts to develop category strategies and plans aligned to business objectives.

  • Interface regularly with sourcing executives and their teams to understand GSS’s current vendor engagements and pipeline opportunities for diverse businesses and to apprise them of qualified diverse businesses.

  • Partner with Sourcing identify and support supplier diversity requirements for RFP’s + Help drive implementation Global Supplier Diversity initiatives with Sourcing, LOB partners and, external partners

  • Identifying and prequalifying diverse suppliers for upcoming bid and matchmaking opportunities + Collaborate with operations staff connected to procurements, the Legal department, and vendors and suppliers

  • Support and grow the Tier 2 reporting process + Design and implement processes to ensure sourcing professionals have diverse suppliers identified for competitive bids + Prepare and respond to RFPs firm-wide, external surveys and competitive applications + Perform related duties and projects as assigned

  • Support industry and ad hoc Global Supplier Diversity survey request

  • Support responding to emails in the Global Supplier Diversity shared mailbox

  • Support Global Supplier Diversity processes and procedures documentation

  • Supports Global Supplier Diversity events and sponsorships + Maintain an understanding of supplier diversity market intelligence and internal metrics + Develop processes and governance in partnership with sourcing and internal partners that ensure maximizing opportunities for diverse suppliers + Advanced Access and Excel skills + Detail-oriented + Strong, creative problem solving skills – experience dealing with complex challenges + Ability to navigate politically sensitive situations achieving win win outcomes + Process-oriented – knowledge of process improvement methodologies such as Six Sigma + Ability to multi-task + Operates with a sense of urgency + Team player and individual contributor; Must have a collaborative and participative management style.

  • Professionalism, sensitivity, discretion and sound decision-making skills allied with the ability to interact at all levels including senior executive level are essential + Project management experience, organized with the ability meets multiple deadlines + Strong analytical and problem solving skills + Comfortable working with large sets of data and numbers + Strong writing and presentation skills + Relevant industry experience, ideally coupled with stakeholder management, commercial management, third party relationship engagement (client or supplier) experience preferred

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Director, Global Supplier Relationship Management (Srm)

If you want an exciting and dynamic career with unlimited growth potential, look nowhere else, Jabil is the place for you!

Jabil is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Summary

The Director, Global Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) is accountable for establishing, aligning and achieving alignment and support with C-level stakeholders on the global SRM strategy and roadmap. Knowledge of the PCB Market and experience of working in or with the PCB Supply Base would be preferred. The Director is accountable for defining and prioritizing the strategic imperatives necessary for value realization within the defined timeframe of the enterprise strategy. The Global SRM Director will establish C-level relationships with strategic suppliers to understand their capabilities, products and services and strategic direction. The role is accountable for influencing strategic suppliers to enable effective collaboration to drive mutual success and growth.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

The Global SRM Director will own, lead and influence change in the design, execution and implementation of the global SRM standardized processes worldwide across all business entities. In addition to being the global SRM Process owner, the Global SRM Director will be accountable for ensuring alignment and integration of the process with the company target operating model and the objectives of the globally integrated enterprise.

The Global SRM Director will design and lead the Global SRM organization within Global Supply and be accountable for the performance and business outcomes. Talent management will be managed consistent with human capital guidelines. People development, performance and governance will be effectively managed to achieve top quartile performance for SRM and will be validated by externally approved benchmarking providers.

The Global SRM Director will be accountable for harnessing the power of the entire organization and the strengths of our supplier base by employing both social and analytics technologies along with existing systems and data. The Global SRM Director will establish customer insight thru collective intelligence to enhance business outcomes by improving access to the untapped knowledge and experience of networks to discover and share new ideas, augment skills and distribute workload and to improve forecasting effectiveness to enhance customer experience.

The Global SRM Director will provide leadership, direction and expertise in the following areas:

  • Global SRM strategy development and alignment with the enterprise strategy and business entities
  • Own the Global Standardized SRM process and be accountable for enhancements, changes, integration, enablement, measurement and training
  • Harness the power of collaboration with strategic suppliers and internal resources by leveraging analytics and social technologies to achieve competitive advantage
  • Establish and manage 360-degree global views of supplier relationships and provide visibility thru procurement performance dashboards
  • Define, capture and report SRM value measures and critical risk assurance measures focused on innovation, collaboration and risk mitigation
  • Define supplier segmentation methodologies including the definition of and identification of critical suppliers on a consistent manner worldwide
  • Harness the power and competitive advantage from our supplier base to improve company’s ability to consistently exceed customer expectations and achieve business outcomes
  • Identify emerging strategic needs and finding new strategic suppliers needed for growth and to meet desired business outcomes
  • Lead, define and develop the SRM organizational talent and approach necessary to achieve top quartile performance
  • Define and implement SRM governance around the SRM process to achieve desired business outcomes

    Key Challenges over the next 12 months
    * * Embrace the new Target Operating Model and internal changes necessary for realization

  • Developing and finding the talent necessary to achieve and sustain success

    * Maintain operational reliability while elevating SRM capabilities and services to the Business Units
    * * Drive development and implementation of the global SRM process across the globe

  • Rapidly changing technology landscape
  • Establishing and aligning strategic imperatives
  • Global SRM process design, operation, integration, governance and enabling technologies
  • Developing and managing top quartile SRM Talent
  • Identifying and segmenting strategic suppliers
  • Managing strategic supplier relationships
  • Influencing and collaborating with strategic suppliers at the C-Level
  • Selection and implementation of SRM analytics and social enablement technologies
  • Deep understanding of strategic supplier capabilities and key organizational touch points
  • Providing a 360 degree level of visibility to strategic supplier relationships and performance
  • Realization of the value from SRM in relation to desired business outcomes
  • Mitigating risk to the business as defined by the absence of disruptions or liability claims
  • Providing critical risk assurance and regulatory compliance around SRM and business dealings both inside and outside the United States.

To be considered, applicants must have:

  • The Global SRM Director will have broad supply chain, procurement and SRM leadership and management experience at the global level
  • The Global SRM Director will have electronics industry experience and/or relevant industry experience.
  • Legal authorization to work in the United States on a full-time basis for anyone other than your current employer
  • The willingness and ability to travel both domestically and internationally up to 40% of the time in order to fulfill the responsibilities of this position
  • University degree (4 year Bachelor degree) or equivalent, preferably in Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Finance or Engineering
  • MBA or Masters Supply Chain Management or Engineering or Finance
  • 15+ years of industry experience in leading a global procurement organization which included SRM accountabilities
  • ISM CPM or APICS Certification would be a plus
  • Demonstrated executive leadership skills and experience
  • Field experience with managing procurement or supply chain functions
  • Excellent influencing and communication skills across a wide range of cultural environments
  • Hands on experience in category councils, SRM , category management, contract management and supply risk management
  • Experience with ERP systems like SAP or similar
  • Experience with business analytics enablement technologies
  • Experience with supplier networking and social tools for business
  • Experience and first hand knowledge of the application of risk management mitigation techniques to SRM on a global scale
  • Experience with global trade regulations and the socioeconomic environment in other world regions
  • Excellent customer and supplier facing and collaboration skills
  • Experience with leading SRM transformations in other cultural environments
  • Hands on experience in the development and management of service level agreements with internal and external business entities
  • Experience with talent management and organizational leadership

Education & Experience Requirements

In addition to the essential criteria and qualifications, the successful candidate is likely to be able to demonstrate:

  • Track record of successful SRM leadership in international and multi-cultural environments
  • Driving global process standardization and transformation
  • Strong knowledge and leadership skills experience for c-level business cases
  • Strong sales and collaboration acumen
  • Evidence leading the development of leadership skills in others
  • Awareness in Supply chain risk management
  • Strong understanding of supplier integration and collaboration
  • Preparedness to travel and be mobile to respond to business demands
  • Successful track record of designing, operating and implementing SRM processes across international boundaries and business entities
  • Developing service level agreements with internal customers

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Supplier Risk Manager - Supplier Risk & Performance Mgmt

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153024BR Job Title Supplier Risk Manager

  • Supplier Risk & Performance Mgmt

Job Status

Full Time


UNITED STATES Province/ State

New Jersey City

Mount Laurel Location

3000 Atrium Way Business Line

Corporate Job Category

  • Primary Finance | Accounting Job Category(s) Finance | Accounting Risk Management

TD DescriptionAbout TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank® TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank, is one of the 10 largest banks in the U.S., providing more than 8 million customers with a full range of retail, small business and commercial banking products and services at approximately 1,300 convenient locations throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Metro D.C., the Carolinas and Florida. In addition, TD Bank and its subsidiaries offer customized private banking and wealth management services through TD Wealth®, and vehicle financing and dealer commercial services through TD Auto Finance.

TD Bank is headquartered in Cherry Hill, N.J. To learn more, visit at Find TD Bank on Facebook at and on Twitter at . TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank, is a member of TD Bank Group and a subsidiary of The Toronto-Dominion Bank of Toronto, Canada, a top 10 financial services company in North America. The Toronto-Dominion Bank trades on the New York and Toronto stock exchanges under the ticker symbol "TD". To learn more, visit at .

Job Description The Supplier Risk Manager manages significant supplier risk management processes and responsibilities (and sometimes staff) to support and enable TDBFG's enterprise Supplier Risk Management (SRM) policies and supporting programs.

Job Requirements •Works with LOBs to assess and advise them in the event of significant supplier risk related events. •Oversees and reviews the work of SRM analysts. •Drives and supports the consistent application of SRM practices (internal controls) and policies across LOBs, across North America. •Collaborates with Sourcing team members and LOB team members in the development and implementation of outsourcing strategy. •Supports LOBs in ensuring supplier and outsourcing arrangements meet all Policy and Regulatory requirements, while protecting Bank reputation, using a documented best practices framework. •Supports compliance with the Bank's Expense Policy framework and Legal Signoff Policy. •Works in a consistently collaborative manner with SRM team, SSG team, LOB team members and external parties and is recognized as easy to work with. •Shares knowledge and expertise with SRM, SSG, and LOB team members. •Keeps management informed of any significant supplier risk issues encountered during the performance of review activities and meetings and discussions with LOBs. •Participates in broader SSG initiatives to help advance the goals of the broader SSG team. •Assists in the development, implementation and operation of policies and supporting programs to support TDBFG's LOBs in managing supplier risk. •Provides guidance to SRM Analysts in the performance of their tasks and responsibilities. •Meets regularly with LOB supplier risk managers, and on an as needed basis, to provide guidance on managing supplier and outsourcing relationship risk and complying with TDBFG policies and regulations. This includes conducting ongoing assessments of key outsourcing and other supplier relationships with the LOBs and documenting status in scorecards and/or other similar reporting documents. •Develops processes, procedures and supporting documentation for supplier risk management and supplier regulatory related programs that guide LOBs through their SRM activities. •Generally be available to LOBs to answer supplier risk related questions, assist LOBs with resolution of supplier risk related issues, and provides outstanding, WOW! service throughout. •Builds and maintains a strong internal network of Business Unit Designates (BUDs) through both the Canadian and US Banks that can be leveraged to effectively support the SRM policies and programs drive effective communication between SRM and the LOBs.

Qualifications •4 Year Degree or equivalent experience •7+ Years of related experience •Regulatory (external) and Policy (internal) framework for dealing with suppliers. •Risk identification / measurement / management with respect to supplier risks. •Supplier risk management concepts and knowledge. •Governance models/methods for outsourcing relationships. •TD organizational and cultural knowledge ("know the business"). •People Management and relationship management skills. •Proficiency with applications: Excel, Word, PowerPoint and/or other office tools. •May be required to travel to various business unit/client location. •Fundamentals of contracting.

Hours 8 am

  • 5 pm Mon-Fri

Inclusiveness At TD, we are committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees and customers feel valued, respected and supported. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and communities in which we live in and serve, and creating an environment where every employee has the opportunity to reach her/his potential. If you have a disability that requires an accommodation to complete the application process, please e-mail TD Bank's HR Compliance Department at Please include your full name, contact information and details about your request within the e-mail. EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. Province/State (Primary)

New Jersey City (Primary) Mount Laurel

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Global Supplier Quality Engineer

Global Supplier Quality Engineer (Job Number: 1700002P)DescriptionPosition:         Global Supplier Quality Engineer Location:

        Corporate Headquarters - Easton, PA Reports to:     Global Quality Assurance Supervisor    Scope:             The goal of this position is to certify all suppliers such that they are qualified to ship to stock with no additional test/inspection performed by Victaulic.

  Responsible for all quality improvement issues related to vendors and suppliers of materials, products or services used in development or manufacture; assesses potential new suppliers; works with suppliers to develop and improve entire supply chain, on a global basis.   Responsibilities include but are not limited to:   1.                  Responsible for supporting all elements of the supplier quality program. 2.

                  Responsible for initial supplier survey/qualification, working with R&D, Supply Chain and all other applicable groups in requirements definition and introduction of new products/suppliers/processes. 3.                  Work with suppliers on root cause/corrective action.  Assure the complete definition and communication of all product performance and test requirements and the methodology for verifying conformance by the supplier. 4.

                  Identify risk areas and where appropriate add inspection/test requirements upon receipt at Victaulic.  Develop and implement Part Control Plans.  Establish/validate supplier process controls, use of statistical techniques and conformance reporting requirements to minimize the need for redundant Victaulic verifications. 5.

                  Certification is data driven based on supplier performance metrics substantiating that the supplier is fully capable and that Victaulic has clearly defined all requirements. 6.                  Provide continuous support of Victaulic’s Product Delivery System implementation, and serve as department liaison for all related systems and staff training requirements. 7.                  Perform special projects as assigned by Global Quality Assurance Supervisor. 8.

                  Responsible for improving and identifying/resolving via the QWG (Quality Work Group) process and/or leading MAT’s (Management Action Teams).   Specific policies and procedures have been established by the Engineering Department to provide for the security and accessibility of electronic data and confidential information. It is the responsibility of the employee, in the daily course of doing business, to follow said policies as they relate to document management.The extent to which departmental research and development information is stored electronically has vastly increased, and will continue to do so. The new Federal rules pertaining to electronic discovery stipulate that substantive email communications constituted "records" under the Federal Records Act.

It is therefore the responsibility of each departmental employee to understand their role in communicating via e-mails and that all e-mails must be written/responded to in a professional mannerQUALIFICATIONS:   1.      Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Statistics or related discipline required. 2.      Minimum of 3 years experience in a Supplier Quality Engineering role with demonstrated success in supplier qualification, development and certification. 3.

      Familiarity with statistical techniques/SPC/Graphing. 4.      ASQ Certified Quality Auditor, Certified Quality Engineer highly desirable. 5.      Proficient in problem solving. 6.

      Proficient in the use of electronic systems and software (MS WordÒ, ExcelÒ, Lotus NotesÒ, Minitab, etc.). 7.      Knowledge of Victaulic product line desired. 8.      Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. 9.

      Working knowledge of measuring equipment. 10.  Able to make independent decisions without supervisory assistance. 11. Able to travel globally as required

Primary Location: US-PA-EastonOrganization: AmericaJob: Operations

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Supplier Enablement Analyst

About WestRock WestRock (NYSE:WRK) partners with our customers to provide differentiated paper and packaging solutions that help them win in the marketplace. WestRock’s 39,000 team members support customers around the world from more than 250 operating and business locations spanning North America, South America, Europe and Asia.

Learn more at . WestRock Company (NYSE: WRK) aspires to be the premier partner and unrivaled provider of paper and packaging solutions in consumer and corrugated markets. WestRock’s 39,000 team members support customers around the world from more than 250 operating and business locations spanning North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Supplier Enablement Analyst – Duluth, GA

How you will impact WestRock: + Identifies target suppliers for enrollment into the WestRock eProcurement solution (Ariba) and Supply Chain Finance / Rapid Pay programs + Create training and communications materials to explain the supply chain finance programs to category managers / business to gain buy in

  • Work with internal stakeholders to structure and present the programs + Prepare WestRock and suppliers to onboard the identified candidates on to the supply chain finance programs + Analyze supplier spend, transactions and performance to identify potential gaps for eProcurement and supply chain finance programs + Conduct root cause analysis to close identified gaps

  • Work with strategic suppliers to improve the transaction process with regard to data exchanges, order fulfillment and performance + Conduct business performance review with partners such as Ariba, JP Morgan, etc.

  • Assist with the setting up suppliers on Supply Chain Finance and Rapid Pay programs and ongoing maintenance of the supplier relationship

What you need to succeed: + Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or Economics, Master’s degree preferred + CPA, and/or CFA designation preferred + Minimum of 5 years of with supplier management or finance/accounting at a similar sized company

  • Working knowledge of eProcurement tools, such as Ariba, is preferred + Demonstrated ability in the delivery of time sensitive objectives + Proven ability to prioritize work load, work effectively on concurrent tasks, and be able to meet project deadlines + Strong technical and analytic aptitude + Extremely detail oriented + Excellent organizational and planning skills + Strong communication skills to manage supplier relationships

If this sounds great to you and you think you fit in, please submit your application. We want to hear from you!WestRock Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating and maintaining a diverse workforce:

Minorities/Females/ Disabled/Veterans. Supply Chain/Procurement/Logistics

Supplier Enablement Analyst



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Supervisor, Supplier Accounting


Supervisor, Supplier Accounting

Job Description: At present, we have an excellent opportunity for a Supervisor, Supplier Accounting in our Englewood, CO location. The Supervisor, Supplier Accounting provides moderately complex accounting support by tracking and collecting of supplier pricing programs with higher thresholds than the Coordinator and serves as lead to a team of Supplier Accounting Coordinators.

Responsible for providing outstanding customer service to Arrow’s suppliers, corporate departments and sales branches by staying within Service Level Agreements. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Research moderately complex supplier disputes and audits to provide corrected or updated information as required.

Maintain open communication with supplier contacts as well as sales branch and asset personnel to support resolution of the issues. Serves as lead to a team of Supplier Accounting Coordinators: Includes providing training (informal and formal) and is an escalation point for complex supplier issues.

Reconcile accounts to the general ledger, prepare journal entries, determine adequacy of reserve, and prepare a monthly reporting package. Research accounting transactions based on exception reporting. Prepare accounting information for supplier audits and attends on-site supplier meetings.

Prepare manual debit and credit memos as required.

Minimum Requirements: 5 years of Supervisory experience. Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and General Ledger experience.

Must have strong attention to detail and be able to prioritize workload to meet deadlines Must have strong work ethic and possess excellent time management Must have strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and excellent customer service skills Proficiency in Excel and Access General understanding of accounting principles and intermediate mathematics Preferred Qualifications: Previous experience with Oracle Financial Systems. At Arrow, we are driving innovation and choice by offering employees a variety of benefits designed to keep you and your family physically and financially healthy.

Our comprehensive, competitive benefits program is an important part of your total compensation package. We offer a variety of plans and coverage including health and welfare, retirement, paid time off, and voluntary benefits as well as resources to help you make cost-effective decisions for you and your family. Everyone counts at Arrow, and our benefits enable you to achieve and maintain better health and plan for your future as we work together toward smarter solutions in tomorrow’s technology.

Arrow offers competitive time off for you, which includes accrued vacation time, personal and floating holidays, in addition to other observed holidays. These are granted based on the date you join the company in any given year. EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled Arrow Electronics, Inc. is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please refer to our Hiring Process & Accommodations Request Instructions on our Career Site to let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. .



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Full time Most people live in the present. But a handful of us live in a world that doesn’t exist yet — the world of Five Years Out. Five Years Out is the tangible future.

And it’s a way of thinking at Arrow that serves as a springboard for innovators, helping them see what’s coming and stay ahead of what’s ahead. We are much more than products and services. We’re a community of designers, engineers, builders and visionaries who navigate the path between possibility and practicality, across the complete lifecycle of electronics, in some of the fastest-growing commercial and industrial markets on the planet.

The work we do is everywhere, from things you’ve never seen to things you can’t live without. A Fortune 119 company with more than 18,700 employees in over 90 countries, and 2016 sales of $23.8 billion, we guide innovation forward for the world’s leading technologies used in homes, businesses and daily life. If it takes a charge, chances are we helped design it, build it and get it to market.

Are you Five Years Out? Then chances are, you’ll enjoy working with us.

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Global Supplier Assurance-Avp

Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide. Please visit our websiteherefor more information. / //Global Information Security/// Global Information Security operates critical controls and works in partnership with the business to ensure our customers can trust Barclays to protect their sensitive information, and that the security of our critical infrastructure, staff, and assets is maintained. */Global Supplier Assurance

  • Americas/* Global Supplier Assurance – Americas is responsible for conducting control assessment reviews for the strategic and critical suppliers that Barclays does business within North and South America. These reviews cover key controls such as information technology security, data leakage prevention, and operations to ensure the products and services delivered are fit for purpose, meet Barclays standards, and are executed in a way that will not harm Barclays or our customers. In addition to its regional responsibilities, it manages the relationship between GSA and two key business units – Barclaycard and Investment Bank. The team works with sourcing, supplier management, risk, and operational teams to enhance the overall supply chain, including due-diligence assessments during sourcing projects and ongoing monitoring of key suppliers.// / / Overall purpose of role:*// o This role is accountable for ensuring the Bank has appropriate visibility, transparency and insight into the operational risks it is exposed to relating to Supplier Risk and the measures required to mitigate them. This accountability will be executed through the implementation of independent, evidence-based assurance of Supplier Risk across the region. The role will: Key Accountabilities and Skills required: This section should include: Key specific accountabilities. · Deliver all supplier assurance services in line with relevant policies, standards and target operating model

Identify areas of control weakness or strength for suppliers, driving proactive remediation and action

Support and advise the business in developing remediation plans for control weakness · Support the Global Information Security (GIS) function with a programme management service for delivery of supplier assurance programmes within GIS · Produce timely and accurate management information in support of the governance and operating model of GIS. · *Stakeholder management and leadership.

*Experience building relationships with internal customers

  • BU and CCO Customers - as well as other Global Supplier Assurance regions and externally if required. · Act as a subject matter expert within the region for Supplier Assurance · Proven ability to operate in a matrix organisation · Decision making and problem solving. · Track, review and report on the management of Supplier risk across the region · Analyse all data in aggregate to identify trends and indicators of thematic issues · Focus on aligning supplier assurance scoping with the business unit and operations the supplier is supporting to proactively identify inherent risk and provide solutions to remediate

*Risk and Control: All Barclays colleagues have to ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Barclays Policies and Policy StandardsYour Skills and Qualifications will include: /Basic Qualifications/ • Minimum undergraduate degree is required · 4 years of experience with technology operations, functions, controls and emerging trends at a strategic level * 4 years of experience with business activities and functions * 4 years of experience with Delivery of Business controls and governance o /Preferred Qualifications/ o Professional risk management qualifications and certifications desirable o Good understanding of risk management frameworks and compliance activities o Ability to understand and communicate risk posture, possible impact on business functions, and paths for remediation o Analysis, problem solving and decision making skills o Ability to communicate complex topics in efficient and effective manner. o Ability to communicate effectively at all stages of organisation o Strong negotiation skills o Experience of building and maintaining effective relationships at all levels in the bank and external to the bank o Practical understanding of relevant regulatory environment The Benefits:

  • Our customers deserve the best. The same goes for our employees. That's why at Barclays you'll receive a range of benefits that include a competitive salary and all the tools, technology and support you need to succeed. Our Culture:

  • Everything we do is shaped by the five values of Respect, Integrity, Service, Excellence and Stewardship. The values inform the foundations of our relationships with customers and clients, but they also shape how we measure and reward the performance of our employees.

    Simply put, success is not just about what you achieve, but about how you achieve it. Dynamic working gives everyone at Barclays the opportunity to integrate professional and personal lives, if you have a need for flexibility then please discuss this with the hiring manager. Barclays is an equal opportunity employer and are opposed to discrimination on any grounds.* For more detailed information, please visit our dedicated Diversity and Inclusion sitehere.EEO statement It is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.* Title:

Global Supplier Assurance-AVP


New York-New York City

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