Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd
Job Summary Responsible for sourcing, price negotiations and cost reduction activities in information systems and technology commodity for NMEX and affiliates. Tracks and reports on status of sourcing, cost reductions, process improvements, and other defined goals for assigned commodities. Interfaces with other departments and suppliers to ensure successful execution of commodity contracts. Minimum Qualifications The following qualification statements reflect the minimum skills and abilities required of the qualified applicant. 1. Negotiates and establishes commodity prices in support of the departments cost reduction goals. 2. Develops strategic sourcing plans and manages sourcing activities for commodities.
Performs comparative analysis of competing suppliers in order to recommend the most competitive source for a specified commodity. 3. Engages with end users of assigned commodities (client groups and/or engineers) to establish understanding of the requirements and specifications of commodities. 4. Plans, develops, implements, and maintains cost reduction plans for assigned commodities. Tracks and validates cost savings data 5. Establishes, executes, and manages contracts for assigned commodities; issues and maintains purchase orders, and related purchasing records. In collaboration with upper management, manages cost changes for assigned commodities. 6. Coordinates activities between all departments and supplier base to ensure contract compliance and resolution of all major issues dealing with quality, cost, delivery, and design. 7. Updates databases and other records related to Purchasing functions on a weekly basis in order to accurately report statuses for assignment activities. Analyzes progress toward departmental goals and initiates mitigation action(s) as needed to ensure that goals and deadlines are met. 8. As necessary, performs other related duties of which the above are representative. 2. Experience -One or more years of directly related experience at a professional level in purchasing. - Preferably in information system or technology (software, hardware, infrastructure, applications, managed services, maintenance and contract development). 3. Education - Bachelors degree in a business major or related discipline. Consider equivalent related college or technical courses, seminars and in-house classroom training. 4. Computer Skills - Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. An ability to learn and utilize other computer applications as necessary.