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JPMorgan Chase seeks to do business with suppliers who provide the best price, quality and capability to meet our business needs. Global Supplier Services (GSS) brings together Sourcing, Third Party Oversight, Procurement Operations, and Accounts Payable into one team. This group of nearly 800 employees (in 11 countries) manages the source to pay processes for JPMorgan Chase and provides a governance model which includes strong risk management practices, enhanced performance monitoring, greater scale and strong client engagement. The GSS team works proactively with Line of Business (LOB) colleagues to identify capable suppliers, lead the competitive sourcing process and negotiate contracts with selected suppliers. Leveraging firm-wide buying power and controlling risk are consistent overarching goals. GSS then ensures that the contracted goods and services can be obtained by our employees in an efficient, cost-effective manner globally.
The Engagement General Contractor is a full-time employee function within Supplier Onboarding Services (SOS) that focuses on supporting LOBs in Onboarding complex supplier relationships. The SOS Onboarding function within GSS provides centralized and tailored support across all LOBs for all activities associated with onboarding suppliers
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage, monitor and track line of business compliance to Third Party Program standards and policies as it relates to onboarding activities.
Daily support and monitoring of Third Party workflow onboarding progress for timely processing and completion of assigned tasks by the delivery manager, portfolio manager and other key stakeholders.
Support EGC managers in maintaining a "book of work" and related deliverables to foster a proactive, customer obsessed environment supporting line of business supplier strategies.
Provide line of business management support to further mature third party processes to achieve operational and control efficiencies.
Assist in training Delivery Manager and Senior Managers on GSS Processes, Tools and Service Offerings
Supporting the EGC region leads in completing and satisfying, regional governance, compliance and regulatory requirements and requests as it relates to onboarding suppliers.
Build strong stakeholder engagement model to promote the TPO program across the region
Work with EGCs to ensure that items from CTPO globally i.e. from the TPO forum and other committees are appropriately cascaded to the Delivery Manager and Senior Management community as needed.
Ensure assigned onboarding duties are delivered in in a manner consistent with business objectives, TPO policy and regulatory guidance.
Provide LOB Senior Management with key risk metrics and scorecards related to onboarding activities
Partner with global SOS team and provide back up support to EGC members as required.
Work on adhoc projects as required, administer meetings, produce documentation and coordinate actions.
Proven leader and influencer and able to effect firm-wide change
3+ years relevant work experience in Finance, Sourcing, TPO, Risk, Oversight & Control, Vendor Management, or related roles
Outstanding listening and negotiation skills as well as being a strong written and verbal communicator at all levels.
Excellent business judgment, particularly the ability to proactively identify and address issues early, performing root cause analysis to develop long term solutions
Strong business analysis skills to enable efficient, accurate and objective decision making
Ability to partner closely with related functions (Sourcing, Legal& Compliance, Audit, etc.) to ensure a coordinated and effective program
Excellent analytical skills
Knowledge of risk management and control principles
High level knowledge of TPO standards preferred
Strong knowledge and experience with the corporate Sourcing and standard TPO systems is preferred.
Outstanding organizational, research skills and ability to multitask
Internal Number: 6002014
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