Location: New York, New York
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Exciting opportunity for a Healthcare executive and Supply Chain leader to join MSK as Senior Director, Supply Chain Operations.
- Responsible for over $2B in annual transactions with 2,300 unique suppliers
- Responsible for the operational direction and oversight for procure-to-pay, data/systems analytics, supply chain systems and applications, supplier diversity, supply chain risk management, and financial performance management within the supply chain
- Provide leadership, ongoing training, and development for a team of 40+ employees who lead initiatives that improve or reinforce supply chain best practices and financial stewardship
- Maintain financial stewardship and oversee the planning, tracking, and annual submission of the supply chain budget
- Leadership, decision rights, and administrative oversight of:
- Procure-to-Pay in collaboration with Accounts Payable
- Data/systems analytics, reporting, and metrics
- Supply chain systems and applications
- Supply chain financial management
- Project management
- Supplier Diversity Program
- Risk management
- Administrative operations: communications, payroll, etc.
Business Relationship Management
- Understands the needs of internal clients and maintains strong relationships with key stakeholders, including Executive and Senior Leaders, across the enterprise
- Exercises best practices in supplier relationship management and is able to cultivate and maintain key relationships with industry leaders
- Leads communication efforts and effectively relays organizational strategies and updates on Supply Chain activities throughout the institution
- Represents MSK Supply Chain and markets our accomplishments to the industry
Planning, Budgeting, and Tracking
- Oversees all budget activities including the planning, tracking, and submission of the annual supply chain budget to corporate finance
- Collaborates with other supply chain functional leaders on the documentation, management, tracking, and reporting of departmental budgets
- Establishes the operational standards and best practices for all functions with direct oversight
- Develops, documents, and governs all policies, procedures, and other related artifacts and the standardized repository
- Attracts, develops, and retains a strong talent base
- Establishes a culture of service, where service level agreements are developed, measured, and reported
- Conducts annual reviews with all direct reports and discusses career development
- Ensures compliance with required training and education assignments
- Develops and implements applicable audit measures to ensure and report on internal compliance metrics
- Establishes intake, evaluation, prioritization, and tracking methods for operational needs including new program requests, sourcing/contract requests, budget variances, etc.
- 10+ years of experience in role(s) requiring strategic and operational focus on supply chain functions involving complex analysis and project management
- Subject matter expertise in supply chain management and purchasing
- Experience working in healthcare supply chain procurement, risk management, governance, and supplier diversity
- Knowledge of and experience in healthcare contract management and sourcing
- Proven experience leading complex teams
*This is a hybrid position and requires flexibility to be on-site in NYC.
Pay Range: $228,100.00-$388,000.00
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