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Accenture Supply Chain and Operations Consulting Senior Manager - Sourcing & Procurement in Seattle, Washington

We are:

Supply Chain, and we move fast, think fast, and work fast. Our Fortune 500 clients need big-picture change, so we come at their challenges from all sides with functional insights, data power, digital leadership, and extensive industry know-how. It’s our job to show clients how to take major leaps forward in planning, procurement, manufacturing, and fulfillment while becoming more sustainable and resilient. How do we do it? We call out the most important metrics. We cut costs, optimize capital, improve response times and consider ESG values. We connect suppliers and customers across the extended supply chain. And we create strategies and operating models that really work.

You are:

A Supply Chain and Operations professional who helps clients develop strategies and operating models that integrate planning, procurement, product design, manufacturing, and/or fulfillment functions within an organization, as well as connect suppliers and customers across the extended supply chains. You use your data skills to develop and implement strategies that improve the entire supply chain process by applying cost efficiency, increasing business effectiveness, and creating synergies and collaboration across companies. You’ve also got the communication skills to make sure that everyone understands your ideas and how to get them working as quickly as possible. Your experience means that people look to you for guidance and ideas. And you know how to make sure teams get their work done on time, every time.

The work:

  • Find solutions to clients’ supply chain and operations-related challenges

  • Spot and solve challenges using your analytical skills to dive into data and check that against the real world

  • Lead workshops that look for ways to improve organizations and processes

  • Determine what methods and procedures to use when completing projects

  • Give clients insights that help make their companies work better, faster, and more efficiently

  • Challenge legacy ways of working using constructive techniques that fuel client growth

  • Use digital tech to help clients find new ways to make their organizations more effective and efficient

  • Manage medium to large-sized teams with diverse backgrounds skills and knowledge

  • Effectively manage and coach others, collaborating with internal and external parties

  • Support client sales origination and thought leadership development

  • Ensure that projects help clients meet their key goals

  • Drive a positive impact in the communities where we work and live

  • Use the latest analytical tools and digital tech to help clients find new ways to understand how to make their organizations more effective and efficient

  • Ability to meet travel requirements, when required. Travel could be up to 60% - 80% working with clients/project teams

Here’s what you need:

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience working on Supply Chain initiatives 

  • Minimum of 8 years of external experience at a consulting firm or 8 years of internal consulting experience in a role equivalent to Senior Manager level within industry

  • A Bachelor’s Degree

Bonus points if:

  • You have a deep specialization in one or more of the following: procurement or 3rd party cost takeout initiatives; forecasting, supply chain planning and inventory optimization; manufacturing production experience in either continuous or discrete manufacturing environments

  • You have the proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment

  • You excel in building and developing relationships, overseeing complex programs and demonstrating leadership

  • You’ve earned an MBA or equivalent graduate degree

  • You have a functional-level understanding of technology solutions

  • You can use the latest data analytics tools to spot opportunities for improvement

  • Prior experience in driving insights using visualization tools (i.e. Power BI, Tableau, Alteryx) and analytics tools (i.e. Adobe Analytics, Google Analytics)

Compensation at Accenture varies depending on a wide array of factors, which may include but are not limited to the specific office location, role, skill set, and level of experience. As required by local law, Accenture provides a reasonable range of compensation for roles that may be hired in California, Colorado, New York or Washington as set forth below.

We accept applications on an on-going basis and there is no fixed deadline to apply.

Information on benefits is here. (https://www.accenture.com/us-en/careers/local/total-rewards)

Role Location Annual Salary Range

California $131,100 to $336,900

Colorado $131,100 to $291,100

New York $121,400 to $336,900

Washington $139,600 to $309,900

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