At BrightDrop, we are reshaping e-commerce by developing smarter, greener, and more efficient ways to deliver goods and services to your door, while delivering a brighter future for the cities where we live. We are building an ecosystem of all-electric, zero-emissions delivery solutions – from electric vehicles, to ePallets and software that leverages real-time data to drive intelligent optimizations for e-commerce. To deliver on our mission we are growing fast and building a team, based in Palo Alto, with offices in Atlanta and Detroit, that is customer-focused, agile and passionate about innovating for a more sustainable future.
From engineering to product management and operations, BrightDrop is looking for people who can combine a passion for technology and sustainability with high doses of curiosity and rigorous thinking to deliver a better future.
Reporting to the Manager of P&SC Strategy & Process, this role requires strong cross-functional working relationships with various stakeholders including engineering, manufacturing, finance, legal, and IT teams as well as prospective vendors. This is an opportunity to bring your experience building world-class supply Procurement & Supply Chain organizations to the forefront, leverage external and internal best practices and innovative approaches to lay out the roadmap to a procurement and supply organization that is not only world-class but also a tangible source of competitive advantage to the whole business.
Access to advanced technologies and the autonomy to challenge convention create an exciting fast-paced environment often associated with Silicon Valley start-ups. This is a unique opportunity to innovate and scale solutions that address the world's mobility challenges. We seek experienced individuals ready to rise to the challenge!
Lead the implementation of world class processes & systems for the Procurement & Supply Chain organization including, but not limited to: Stakeholder Requests, Procure to Pay & Contract Life-Cycle Management (CLM)
Ideate and lead projects from problem statement definition through execution and eventually closure, identifying scopes, timelines, budget estimations, and implementation plans, including risk mitigation
Research and communicate relevant market and competitor information to the P&SC team to understand benchmark competitor's procurement processes & best practices and regularly advise of industry activities: product development, acquisitions, press releases, etc
Create and deploy process “playbooks” for the P&SC organization as well as stakeholders and be the owner the continuous improvement and training of this documentation
Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with pertinent stakeholders and business partners to drive strategic priorities and the corresponding regular updates providing day-to-day contact on project prioritization, status and changes to drive strategic priorities within the BrightDrop Operations team
Own the management and communication of the Procurement & Supply Chain team's scorecards, including budget
Identify improvement opportunities, risks and gaps in current processes and implement solutions to strengthen those processes and related activities
Develop and communicate an engaging and insightful P&SC story using visual aids as well quantitative analysis
Support GMAS and P&SC internal control teams to drive a culture of compliance.
Qualifications & Skills
Energized by managing multiple projects and assignments with a high degree of autonomy and complexity.
3-5+ years of experience in strategy, innovation and/or business intelligence in addition to being a highly motivated self-starter, who is comfortable in a high degree of ambiguity and has a passion as well as a proven ability to work cross functionally and globally
Ability to lead change, resolve conflicts, and influence without direct authority.
Passion for an entrepreneurial and innovative environment with a plethora of opportunities for creative solutions to solve complex problems
Possesses the interpersonal skills and behaviors to build meaningful relationships with team members and cross-functional colleagues based on collaboration, mutual respect and a shared passion for excellence
Bring data, logic and structure to unstructured problems with the ability to create understandable opportunities with actionable solutions
High degree of organizational skills including the ability to prioritize, handle multiple projects simultaneously and meet tight deadlines
Solid understanding of business planning and budgeting concepts including financial analysis
Adept and comfortable at developing Executive level presentations and also interacting with and presenting to Senior Executives
Familiarity of corporate purchasing policies, procedures and budget setting processes
Bachelor's Degree in Business, Finance, or related areas required
Masters Degree and/or MBA preferred
The expected base compensation for this role is: ($95,560 - $144,720 USD Annual). Actual base compensation within the identified range will vary based on factors relevant to the position.
Bonus Potential: An incentive pay program offers payouts based on company performance, job level, and individual performance.
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