Supplier Leader | Schlumberger

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Supplier Leader

Calgary - Canada

The Supplier Leader is responsible for managing the relationship with a group of assigned suppliers for Canada portfolio, in accordance with the Category Management Strategy. The Supplier Leader serves as key contact for the assigned suppliers.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Set performance objectives with assigned suppliers, including cost reduction, lead time reduction and quality improvement. Define the baseline and improvement targets and monitor progress through a regularly updated supplier scorecard.
  • Implement performance objectives with assigned suppliers.
  • Prepare and execute Suppliers Development Plan.
  • Maintain suppliers’ catalogs validity in the systems.
  • Lead regular management reviews, using scorecards with the main performance indicators, strategic positioning evaluation, three-year business perspectives, and strategic product and market developments.
  • Consolidate internal demand provided by the centers and arbitrate issues.
  • Manage negotiations in accordance with group interests.
  • Select target tools and products, and conduct total cost of integration analysis, including price, lead time and quality costs.
  • Lead supplier risk assessments and ensure regular updates.
  • Communicate the supplier strategy and key events in the supplier relationship to the Category, Sourcing and Supplier Quality teams, and Center Supply Chain Managers. Report deviations from plan and take appropriate action.
  • Participate in internal and supplier audits.
  • Implement actions to continuously reduce wasted time, money and resources.
  • Comply with Schlumberger and local procedures applicable to the job function.

Previous experience and competencies:

  • Diploma Supply Chain or Procurement with minimum 3-year experience; High School Diploma with equivalent experience will be considered.
  • Experience with working in proprietary SAP database to manage sourcing is a plus.
  • Good communication verbal and written skills.
  • Proficiency with the use of business software tools, i.e., MS Office, O365, Teams.
  • Ability to work as part of a team and/or independently.
  • Highly organized and ability to prioritize tasks.
  • Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in Canada, without sponsorship

Schlumberger Canada Limited is committed to workplace diversity and employment equity and supports initiatives to enhance employment opportunities for local workforces and Indigenous Persons. 

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