Global Project Procurement Head Mobility Spain

Job Description

Siemens Mobility Spain is looking for the Global Head Project Procurement, will be located in Tres Cantos (Madrid)

Represents Procurement in Project Management Team as Sub-project Manager Procurement Integrates Procurement in the project management process and project teams at an early involvement during sales phase. Organizes all Procurement activities in a project under optimum deployment of resources. Implements Procurement strategies, aiming to optimize project results, including availability of goods and services in quality, in time, in budget. Ensures observance of obligatory Procurement processes and regulations. 

Areas of Responsibility: 
1. Early Involvement during sales phase Analyze sales and operations planning in respect of starting/new projects in order to ensure the involvement of Procurement. Participate in project/sales meetings as project core team member to provide information about supply market, preferred suppliers and supplier innovation (regarding goods and services) at an early stage to optimize supplier selection, internal workflows and processes. 
2. Project Procurement standards Establish proper sourcing processes, control all Procurement resources and activities in the project and inform all involved within Procurement to deliver optimum impact for the business (Procurement plan, target-costing) relating to budget, availability, timeline and quality. Apply Procurement regulations as per Compliance, organization standards and PM@Siemens. 
3. Analysis Analyze scope of supply, contractual obligations and exactly understand customer’s functional needs. Identify particular Procurement risks, opportunities, potential changes, claims and market forces during the entire project, together with Commodity Management, to avoid potential damage / exploit potential. 
4. Bid preparation / Contribution to increased hit rate Support project calculation with reliable and up-to-date cost data on the basis of Total Cost of Ownership (ToCO) (rock-bottom price information where available). Include (supplier) innovations (e.g. through concept competitions) that improve Siemens' cost position and/or the customer's benefit. 
5. Strategy definition and implementation Derive Procurement strategy for assigned projects in accordance with Division- and BUwide Procurement strategies and ensure implementation (in particular pooling or utilization of master contracts). Introduce negotiation recommendations together with Commodity Management to prepare for negotiations with suppliers (back-to-back where appropriate) and to initiate appropriate measures. 
6. Negotiation Lead complex contractual and price negotiations and/or support the specialist buyers responsible for particular material fields (in particular those not covered by any Commodity Management) to secure project targets with optimum conditions on the basis of ToCO. 
7. Contract Management Ensure that major Procurement risks, changes to original scope of supply and potential claims (towards customers and suppliers) are covered in valid contracts. Ensure that contractual obligations (towards the customer that must be fulfilled by supplier) are covered in a way that mitigates the own risk exposure. 
8. Project Controlling (Monitoring/Reporting) Proactively ensure status transparency about availability of resources and ensure early alerting in case of deviations. Clarify internal indicators for project controlling and compiling all relevant information to submit qualified reports (e.g. for the project team, Procurement management team). 9. Supplier Management / Preferred Supplier List Apply preferred supplier list (e.g. FPL), provide supplier information to the project team, conduct Supplier Management (including Supplier Qualification, project-specific supplier evaluations and supplier development). Follow-up with suppliers in regards to nonconformance costs (NCC). 

We are looking for a person with more than 10 years of experience in a similar position and leading a team.
English and Spanish mandatory.

Siemens aboga por la igualdad de oportunidades entre mujeres y hombres, así como en la Diversidad como fuente de creatividad e innovación. Contar con diferentes tipos de talento y de experiencias nos hace ser más competitivos y estar mejor preparados para responder con éxito a las demandas de la Sociedad. Por ello, valoramos a las candidatas y a los candidatos que reflejen la Diversidad que disfrutamos en nuestra Compañía y animamos la cobertura de puestos por mujeres y hombres en ocupaciones que se encuentren subrepresentadas.



Job ID: 180500

Organization: Mobility

Company: Siemens Rail Automation S.A.U.

Experience Level: Experienced Professional

Job Type: Full-time

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