Senior Supply Chain Governance and Quality Assurance Manager
You will be joining the Finance Division, in particular the Supply Chain department. Within this department you will contribute to the mission and objectives of the “Supply Chain Governance, risk & control” team.
Your role will be to act ad interim for the following function and perform specific projects
Own one key the Banks policy and associated procedures, the Purchase of Goods and Services policy
Develop and maintain the governance (process, procedure, tools, …) supporting the activities and compliance to this policy in line with regulatory, risk and compliance requirements
Lead the development , maintenance and implementation policies, processes and procedures
Create awareness and training on policies, procedures and controls
Develop, maintain and implement an adequate control framework ensuring quality and compliance and enabling any moment to evidence these
Monitor the effectiveness of the control activities associated with this control framework, report on identified control issues (“control gaps”) and plays a key role in issue resolution and future planning
Drive for improvement and maturity increase of the governance and its control framework.
Support the business in maturing their understanding and compliance of the control framework
Continuously stimulate risk and control awareness in the Supply Chain team
Develop programmes to focus the Supply Chain team members and clients on the improvement of risk and control
Manage the relationship with other departments such as Risk, legal and compliance, in order to capture new regulatory, legal and compliance requirements impacting the supply chain governance & control framework
Play an active role in the risk management of the department, ie: monitoring I-tracks, coordinating Positive Assurance Report and Control self-assessment
Monitor operational performance of the department and provide management with adequate reporting and proposed actions where needed
The mission will focus on Tendering/Sourcing related projects:
Document and ensure implementation as well as ongoing oversight of the Purchasing delegation for entities and Divisions in the Group and that the end to end tendering and selection processes are sufficiently specific and understood by all stakeholders
Embedding the use of the sourcing strategy in the day-to-day procurement activities & roll-out of defined action plans
Define, document and implement the rules and controls around the selection of “preferred suppliers” or “sole source procurement”: (i) when can this be applied, (ii) when/how should the selected supplier be recertified and (iii) who must approve exceptions and how?
Define and implement reporting & controls for tendering
Enrich the control framework to monitor compliance with the process, rules and associated controls
Build a Checklist for Category Managers: Active contribution to the elaboration of the checklist for CM’s wrt sourcing topics
Sharing our Policies, training, SOP etc onto the corporate communication tool
Required experience and knowledge:
Experienced in PROCUREMENT governance, policies, risk and controls, particularly focusing on tendering/sourcing.
project manager, able to drive and control an initiative with multiple experts
Skills and competencies:
Leadership & people management skills
Project management skills
Strong interpersonal skills, with a focus on the ability to communicate clearly and convincingly to a senior audience; very good stakeholder management Excellent analysis skills (analytical, synthetical and critical mindset)
Streamlining & efficiency mindset
Change management skills
Able to work under pressure and to cope with strict deadlines
Fluent in written and oral English.
Please do send across to me the most up to date copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary:€700 - €800 per day
Job Duration:6 months
Job Start Date:ASAP
Job Skills:particularly focusing on tendering/sourcing., Policies, PROCUREMENT governance, risk and controls