- ・The role will support stakeholder’s business/procurement needs specific to local countries or hubs (collections of countries) by
1．Leveraging deep category and market expertise.
2．Operating in a truly global manner.
3．Utilizing GSK and GSK Procurement policies, procedures, processes, systems and methodologies.
4．Engaging and building strategic relationships with key senior stakeholders and business partners in GSK.
5．Understanding the business requirements of key stakeholders and business partners and positioning the Procurement value proposition.
6．Delivering the needs of key stakeholders and business partners through execution of global sourcing strategies.
7．Identifying and delivering business benefits aligned to assurance of supply, quality, service, cost and innovation.
8．Ensuring financial benefit delivered is recognized by affected stakeholder communities and Finance groups to allow benefit capture and transparent decision making on how benefits are allocated by the business units, in line with the Spend Management Framework.
9．Leading, developing and managing the supply base, globally, for the in scope spend categories.
10．Establish and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders and key suppliers.
11．Driving sustainable value for GSK from key supplier relationships.
＜The key responsibilities are as follows：Strategy execution＞
1．Execute global sourcing strategies for multiple spend categories in scope of responsibility, operating with a truly global mindset and ensuring all applicable regional dimensions are accommodated.
2．Have a clear understanding of how global strategies affect local markets and build an education & communication process for regional Procurement leads and business units.
3．Be the local expert in the spend categories within scope of responsibility.
1．Ensure financial benefits are managed in accordance with the Spend Management Framework approach, ensuring business unit and Finance agreement to financial value delivered and transparency on treatment of benefits in the budgeting process.
2．Create and deliver effective budgets (Plans of Purchase) agreed with key stakeholders and Finance in accordance with the Spend Management Framework.
＜Business partnering & stakeholder management in GSK＞
1．Build strategic relationships with local GSK stakeholders, to understand business requirements, identify opportunities to create value and to position Procurement’s value proposition. Align sourcing strategies accordingly.
2．Influence key stakeholders and business partners to support strategy development, endorse recommended strategies, support execution and agree how benefit delivery will be budgeted.
＜External supplier relationships＞
1．Execute and manage effective contracts with suppliers that will allow GSK to maximize opportunity globally. Ensure global views on supplier negotiations are taken.
2．Manage the local supply base for the categories within scope through a robust performance management process. Ensure supplier performance is understood and measured.
3．Ensure suitable processes and communication links exist between above country supplier organization structures and local & regional networks to ensure effective process and communication cascade through supplier and GSK network and geographies.
＜Supply chain & risk management＞
1．Transform the supply chain to release value and make GSK more responsive to business and customer needs – for example in cost control, complexity reduction, simplification, best practice procurement and use of KPIs.
2．Identify and manage significant risks in the supply chain. Ensure appropriate mitigation plans are in place and in use and that the risks are communicated appropriately within business units impacted, Procurement and the supply base.
2．Strategy Creation and Execution
5．Procurement, Category Management
10．Japanese (native level)
11．English (business level)