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Procurement Engineer, Philips Healthcare, (Gainesville, FL.)

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Company: Philips
Contract: PERM
Location: Gainesville, Florida, United States

Job Title

Procurement Engineer, Philips Healthcare, (Gainesville, FL.)

Job Description

Your Challenge: As a procurement Engineer, you will be responsible for for setting all of procurement processes in Idea to market, market to order and order to customer.

You are a part of

Procurement engineering team is responsible for setting up procurement processes in Idea to Market (I2M), Market to order (M2O) and Order to customer (O2C). KPI’s include BOM savings, procurement strategy for new products, productivity ideas and drive these with different stakeholders, supports all NPI’s, new cost savings ideas and new procurement processes.

You are responsible for

Understanding the basic principles of Executing Cost Down projects - Understanding the basic principles of Cost Engineering

Understanding the basic principles of the materials / goods flow - Understanding the IT systems related to price inputs connected to part numbers

Understanding the principles of Value Engineering

Cost down projects executed for assigned product portfolio

Cost calculations and cost reduction advice for individual components in assigned product.  Support discussions on cost drivers with suppliers.

Participates in Cost down projects and manages reporting of results

Team member, typically reports to the Site or Category Procurement Engineering Business Partner.

Procurement Engineer drives the sourcing plan, leads the supplier selection and ensures adherence to the Business Procurement Strategy

Drives early supplier involvement and identifies cost drivers to influence design decision making and achieve target costing

Ensures that optimized TCO (Quality, Delivery and Cost) are assured in product and business creation and throughout the full life cycle, utilizing DFX.

Collaborate with Supplier Quality in the new supplier/component release process, including compliance and sustainability aspects

Drives productivity around materials, processes, LEAN at suppliers.

To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience

Five plus  years of relevant sourcing experience

Bachelors in Engineering/Technology degree or higher.

Experience in healthcare industry, preferably worked on computed topography (CT), Magnetic resonance (MR), Interventional technologies to name few.

Specific experience in  product development (NPI) in & Supplier Development in high technology environments with high regulatory requirements with low volume high complexity manufacturing

Working with global teams, environments and experience in managing local as well as global supply base

Mechanical Engineer with experience around non metals, plastics, polymers etc.

Key stake holders for this functions are R&D for Product development (NPI) and life cycle management, Operations, Supplier quality & Regulatory teams

US work authorization is a precondition of employment. The company will not consider candidates who require sponsorship for a work-authorized visa.






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