IT Infrastructure & Telecom Strategic Sourcing Manager
What You'll Be Doing:
Lead complex, enterprise-wide sourcing initiatives and contract negotiations.
Collaborate on a global level with colleagues in technology, finance and business roles.
Conduct market research and maintain a working knowledge of current business trends including industry changes, cost drivers, global pricing, market conditions and economic indicators in order to identify new and/or alternate sources of supply, as needed.
Conduct ongoing benchmark reviews and perform complex financial analysis, projections and evaluations of vendor proposals for existing and new contracts.
Influence and drive collaboration between cross-functional stakeholders for the development and execution of enterprise sourcing strategies to identify cost savings opportunities and facilitate strong partnerships between Arrow and its strategic vendors.
Act as a liaison between internal stakeholders and vendors to ensure compliance to sourcing and contracting policies and procedures.
Manage specific vendor relationships and ensure the ongoing management of performance, quality, cost, contractual commitments, etc.
Participate in regular vendor business reviews that address vendor performance, technology roadmaps, business growth strategies and supply market changes.
Prepare and give business reviews to senior management regarding sourcing and contracting progress and actions to close.
What We Are Looking For:
Bachelor' s degree required with a degree in Finance, Business Administration or Supply Chain Management, preferred.
8+ professional experience in IT Infrastructure & Telecom Sourcing & Negotiation
Ability to effectively manage large, complex, strategic projects with aggressive milestones, significant risk components and multi-million annual value.
Experience and success using a structured strategic sourcing process.
Highly effective negotiator with an ability to influence executives both internally and externally.
Strong organizational awareness, and ability to plan and make decisions using sound judgment.
Excellent written and verbal communications directed at internal and external parties as well as towards the development of RFx' s, contract documents and executive presentations.
Effective leadership and influence through active participation and facilitation of sourcing projects, contract negotiations, category strategy development, vendor reviews, executive briefings and other relevant meetings.
Proactive and collaborative approach delivering superior internal client engagement.
Strong analysis and problem solving capabilities (i.e. analyze spend data and translate into actionable sourcing strategies).
What's In It For You :
At Arrow, we recognize that financial rewards and great benefits are important aspects of an ideal job. That's why we offer competitive financial compensation, including various compensation plans, and a solid benefits package.
Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
401k, With Matching Contributions
Short-Term/Long-Term Disability Insurance
Health Savings Account (HSA)/Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Options
Paid Time Off
Annual Hiring Range/Hourly Rate:
$94,800.00 - $163,350.00
Actual compensation offer to candidate may vary from posted hiring range based upon geographic location, work experience, education, and/or skill level. The pay ratio between base pay and target incentive (if applicable) will be finalized at offer.
US-CO-Colorado (Remote Employees)
Remote work employees may be required to be present at the closest designated Arrow office for work-related purposes, at the Company's request and sole discretion.
Arrow is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. (Arrow EEO/AAP policy)
Arrow COVID-19 Vaccination Policy:
Arrow requires new employees in the United States to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination prior to beginning work, except where prohibited by law. This requirement may not apply to supply-chain service employees assigned to work at a light industrial facility, warehouse, distribution center, or in-plant store, who are instead subject to location-specific safety requirements.