Procurement Specialist

Motorola Solutions Westminster , CO 80035

Posted 3 months ago

The main responsibilities of a Procurement Specialist:

Procurement of project specific equipment including price and contract negotiations.

Manage pool of suppliers in an assigned category

Interface between Suppliers and regional Project Teams

Support the regional Procurement team with coordinating regular meetings and collect data to maintain procurement relevant reports such as project funnel and cost savings.

As a Procurement Specialist you will:

Monitor Poole of assigned supplier in respect of pricing and quality performance

Achieve cost savings based on annual goals for assigned supply base

Obtain quotes and negotiate commercial terms with suppliers on project specific equipment and services

Lead contract negotiations and manage approvals through Contract Management Tool

Maintain Project Funnel based on feedback from Procurement and Business Teams

Support Supply Chain as escalation to expedite deliveries to ensure on-time deliveries of customer projects

Support Supply chain as escalation point for 3rd party equipment and services from assigned Suppliers.

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Procurement Specialist

Motorola Solutions