Equipment Commodity Manager

Chandler, AZ US
Permanent Full-Time
JobID 2102
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The opportunity

As an Equipment Commodity Manager at Linesight, you will work with highly experienced, culturally diverse, and passionate teams nurturing a strong social dynamic and a shared sense of achievement. You will gain vast industry experience that will open doors for you, extend your skillset and expand your perspective. We will empower, support, and enable you to take real responsibility in your role so that you can take charge of your career progression with us. For us lasting trusted relationships are everything, both with our teams and our clients.   This role is to support the Global Facilities Equipment and Materials (GFEM) team as an Equipment Commodity Manager

In this role you will:

  • Identifies ways to create value and minimize legal risk, utilizing effective contracting abilities. Uses negotiation tactics and strategies with internal and external customers and suppliers to optimize value.
  • Knowledge and skill to draw conclusions and make recommendations by analyzing facts and conditions, and making comparison of prices, discounts, delivery dates, or handling charges.
  • Knowledge of arithmetic practices used in business (e.g., discounts and warranties) sufficient to compare prices on recurring types of procurements, e.g., standard commercial items.
  • Knowledge and skill to apply guideline material by reading and interpreting procurement regulations and technical material, and translating the guidance into specific actions, e.g., assisting in the preparation of solicitation documents.
  • Knowledge of report writing techniques to present factual information clearly, to write procurement memoranda and minutes of meetings, and to draft simple contract provisions and supporting documentation.
  • Knowledge of commonly used contracting methods and contract types relating to the performance of pre-award, post-award, and/or contract price/cost analysis functions when the contract actions are well defined and precedence exists. And,
  • Familiarity with business practices and market conditions applicable to program and technical requirements sufficient to evaluate bid responsiveness, contractor responsibility, and contractor performance.
  • Skill in dealing with others in a work relationship to present information orally and to accomplish a given purpose.
  • Perform routine contracting or contract administration functions, such as reviewing procurement documents for completeness, processing procurements involving standard specifications, gathering and analyzing data for use by others, or writing portions of solicitations, contracts, and supporting documentation.
  • Results Orientation. Efficiently and accurately completes all work in a timely manner.  Takes initiative to proactively resolve issues.  Is organized, manages time effectively, and balances workload to meet requirements. Conducts business with uncompromising integrity and is able to clearly present information through spoken or written communication
  • Administering contracts by assuring compliance with the terms and conditions of contracts, including resolution of problems concerning the obligations of the parties; (3) terminating contracts by analyzing, negotiating, and settling claims and proposals; (4) planning, establishing, or reviewing contracts, programs, policies, or procedures; (5) formulating and administering policies and procedures to insure achievement of the clients facilities and construction goals, such as those affecting supply chain constraint, labor surplus/constraint areas, and supplier diversity business firms; (6) developing acquisition strategies and directing or managing procurements;
  • Role model standard business processes, ensure compliance with corporate, fiscal, legal, environmental, and risk management policies in order to minimize and limit corporate liability, manage risk, and optimize value
  • Provide expertise on construction contracting methods, understanding the relationship between contractual responsibilities and assignment of risk, and a basic understanding of relationship between construction costs, quality, and schedule

We would love to hear from you if you: 

  • Bachelors in supply chain management, Construction Management, Construction Engineering, Architecture, or Engineering. Master's degree is a plus

  • Have a minimum of 5 years of related experience in supply chain management, commodity management, contracts management, or construction project management

  • Good written and verbal communication skills.

  • Have working knowledge of office personal computer applications.  
  • Good organizational skills and understanding of document control systems

About us

Since 1974, we’ve been providing a construction consultancy service that keeps clients coming back. And for that we have our people to thank. It takes a special kind of togetherness to create our thriving, authentic culture. We overcome challenges together, delivering better projects and leveraging innovation. We see the potential in our people and we empower them. We’re a business on a journey – an agile business that is proud
to be different.

We are Linesight. Dynamic. Driven. Different.  

About Contracts/Procurement

The ability to get the most from the construction supply chain is critical to the success of a project and program, and a specialist team will champion innovative supplier relationship management, implement key performance indicators, and advance all aspects of sustainable sourcing. Envision yourself as part of our expert procurement and supply chain management team, delivering maximum project success for world-leading clients, while leveraging the extensive suite of supports and learning pathways available to realise your potential and achieve your career ambitions.

Our approach to DE&I

At Linesight, we believe that our success is tied to the success of our employees, and we are committed to creating a workplace that is fair, equitable, and inclusive for everyone. We understand that creating an environment where all employees have an equal opportunity to thrive requires a concerted effort across every stage of their time with us, from hiring and onboarding to promotion, career growth, and development.

As part of this commitment, we have implemented a range of policies and initiatives to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I). This starts with our attraction pipeline and accessible job descriptions, designed to attract a broad range of candidates, and continuing throughout the employee life cycle with DE&I checks built in at every stage. Fairness, consistency, and transparency are the core principles for all our hiring, salary increase, and promotion decisions with built-in gender pay gap checks. Employee and family-friendly policies also enhance inclusion and equity in our teams.  

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