Senior Supply Chain Systems Manager, will be the global lead for systems in SCM. Working with the internal IT organization, and related third parties, this position is responsible from the business/functional standpoint for systems operations/support, technology projects and associated initiatives. This individual will be responsible for managing the applications that streamline procurement process. Responsibilities also include cross-functional leadership of teams to develop systems capabilities such as McDermott's e-Procurement, Requisition-to-Pay (R2P), and to ensure technological tools meet end-user needs. The immediate focus of this role will be R2P global deployment.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following.
Work with SCM and IT to provide the systems platform to enable Strategic Sourcing initiatives to meet strategic goals.
Lead large, complex, global SCM system implementation programs (e.g.. R2P) with strong focus on organizational change management.
By the primary point of contact between SCM and IT and manage the relationship with a business outcome focus.
Prepare a long-term plan for SCM systems development including standards, procedures, and guidelines, based on business goals and input from internal customers and suppliers.
Support Integration of E-Commerce processes with SCM/ERP applications, including ERS, EDI, billing, shipping, inventory, and consignment.
Collaborate with IT department to operate and support Supplier Self-Service Portal.
Lead cross-functional teams that include members from IT, SCM, engineering, fabrication, marine and other affected parts of the organization to implement R2P Initiatives.
Lead the global team to provide training and support services to internal and external users of SCM Systems (e.g. suppliers using McDermott's Supplier Portal). Develop documentation and end user manuals to support SCM applications using the appropriate tools.
Conduct research, experimentation (e.g. proof of concept and pilot exercises) into current and emerging technologies and issues in support of SCM operational excellence and competitive advantage. Identify, recommend, and prioritize new e-tools and applications that enable business transformation and improvement.
Monitor and report on SCM systems web site traffic, usage, and performance in order to identify both successes and areas for improvement.
Perform cost-benefit analyses of SCM systems operations and prepare savings and key performance indicator reports.
Liaise with IT department and suppliers on hardware and software issues that affect all SCM systems and their availability.
Follow a change management process to ensure quality of product installations and functionality upgrades to SCM systems and websites.
Make suggestions and improvements to McDermott's E-Commerce and SCM systems efforts.
Responsible for weekly and monthly reports, covering results of activities and projects.
Analyze web traffic of supplier catalogs in order to make recommendations on catalogs as well as supplier site changes
Develops and implements with IT team necessary enhancements to relevant SCM systems.
Contract Management systems (including digital signature)
Will be the SCM lead in system related activities that include, and are not limited to Spend analytics Implementation, User Support (training, helpdesk, issue tracking/troubleshooting, resolution) and System Configuration/Administration for the following:
Supply Chain Portal
Supplier self-service portal
SCM operational systems
Reports to Supply Chain Corporate department in the Houston office, and with a global remit, to provide guidance and share information that will contribute to the global goals of the organization. Will be initially focused almost exclusively on, and funded by, the R2P Program.
McDermott is a premier, fully-integrated provider of technology, engineering and construction solutions to the energy industry. For more than a century, customers have trusted McDermott to design and build end-to-end infrastructure and technology solutionsfrom the wellhead to the storage tankto transport and transform oil and gas into the products the world needs today.