Indirect Sourcing Analyst
The primary role of the Sourcing Analyst – is to support the execution of the strategic sourcing process the Hunter
Douglas North America business. The Sourcing Analyst is an integral part of the Indirect sourcing team providing key
market analysis/trends, supplier identification and outreach, RFI/RFP development and execution, supplier response
analysis and key industry analysis with respect to supply trends relative to the Hunter Douglas North America business.
The ideal candidate will act as the primary sourcing contact for all Hunter Douglas North America facilities for
transactional issues, responsible for but not limited to handling pricing discrepancies, invoice variances, system set up
issues for sourced items, and vendor communication in resolving issues under a certain dollar amount.
Developing data based deliverables for spend analysis and baseline development.
Monitor, track, and create tools related to monitoring currency, benchmarking, material indexes, and category
Support the make/buy analysis process with current supply data supporting the sourcing category in question.
Manage the vendor scorecard process and performance metrics to include model creation, KPI tracking, and vendor
communication around outcome.
Use analytic techniques to further support complex sourcing and supply chain projects.
Meet with regularly, and support category managers on developing strategy around supplier negotiations, projects,
and category data planning.
Support deck creation, business improvement initiatives, and participate in all contract negotiations as needed.
Act as a business process resource for SAP supporting Senior Sourcing leadership in training, data processing, item
set up and change and other activities as necessary to support the business.
Act as main contact for both cross dock deliverables relative to vendor shipment and invoice reconciliation and
shipment issues relative to vendor deliveries.
Act as main point of contact for invoice variance resolution and research with sourcing category management.
At least 2 –5 years of progressive of sourcing, supply chain, operations, and/or analytical experience
Knowledge and experience with SAP. Should be knowledgeable of Codes, mass transactions updates, and overall
system coordination. (Implementation experience although not required is a plus)
Intermediate to Advanced experience with Microsoft Office with an emphasis on Excel/Access/PowerPoint, and
data modeling creation. Must be confident in ability to analyze large amount of data and provide leadership with
high level directives to support decision making.
Experience in a manufacturing environment and/or operations environment preferred
Working knowledge and understanding of ERP/MRP systems and their use in a manufacturing environment is a
Ability to work in a cross functional team and with multiple sometimes competing priorities required.
Demonstrated ability and expertise to utilize quantitative and analytical skills to assess business situations and put
forward plausible solutions.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and assignments simultaneously
Strong interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills
Comfortable working with ambiguity and small amounts of information to define actionable steps.
Experience with indirect procurement categories
Hunter Douglas is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with applicable employment laws. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled are encouraged to apply.