Senior Process Lead

3-5 years
7 days ago
Job Description


. SRM Comprehension including challenges, risks, and success SRM initiatives, evidence of business partner approach.
. Improving/turning around a challenging/negative stakeholder relationship
. Comprehension of comms importance (language, tone, face-to-face vs verbal vs written) social & emotional intelligence comms approach/strategy
. Experience of working in similar high-pressure, challenging, maturing environments - use of SRM and comms to improve working conditions
. Effective and efficient use of team lead / escalation routes to resolve problems
. Very good comprehension of procurement best practice
. Experience of category mgmt. - ideally in ProfServ & Consultancy
. Very good tender mgmt. / strategic souring experience (RPFs, Direct Awards)
. Evidence of increasing competition and generating cost savings (incl. negotiation)
. Workload management approach - self efficiency, managing competing priorities
. Governance and compliance comprehension
. Very good experience of Ariba and S4H (ideally 3Y+)
. Evidence of continuous improvement / innovation mindset
. Evidence of working with stakeholders to increase commercial maturity
. Committed to data quality (compliance/diligence, audit and remediation)
. Excellent (ideally fluent/native-level) English verbal and written skills
. Willingness, enthusiasm to travel

Preferred Skills:

Sourcing & Procurement- Strategic Sourcing - Category Management- Market Intelligence



SRM Comprehension
innovation mindset
social & emotional intelligence
procurement best practice
tender mgmt
category mgmt
governance and compliance
comms importance
commercial maturity
strategic souring
Job Source:

Infosys BPM, the business process management subsidiary of Infosys, was set up in April 2002. Infosys BPM provides integrated outsourcing and transformation services. It is headquartered in Bengaluru, India. The company was started as Progeon Limited in April 2002 and is among the leading outsourcing companies in India according to NASSCOM. It was started as a 74-26 joint venture between Infosys and Citibank Investments. In 2006, Infosys bought out Citibank's share at a price of &#8377&#x3B;592 per share, Citibank having invested at &#8377&#x3B;0.20 per share