Director - IT Global Sourcing to $225K

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Start date: ASAP
Minimum salary: 187000.00 USD
Maximum salary: 225000.00 USD
Salary period: Annual
SalaryAdditional: Relocation + Benefits
Full-time hire in low cost-of-living, Michigan. Stellar salary = This is a $187k - 225k job!
Base is $150 - 180K. However, they pay a 25% bonus that has been paying OVER 25% because their Sales keep exceeding expectations. Finally, they have great benefits (matching 401K) and a full relocation package.
Our summary is below. If you meet the minimum requirements, feel free to apply (where you will see the full write-up).
HIGH VISIBILITY - Reporting to the Global CIO, this is an executive role that will focus on Strategic Sourcing (Direct and Indirect Procurement), Product Development, Transactional Views, Advanced Design and Engineering, Quality, Supply Chain areas to name a few. Develop strategy and manage relationships on a global scale working with leadership (VP, SVP, EVP, and Presidents), operational teams and steering groups. Work with Enterprise Architecture & Engineering/IT Management team in the discovery of new process & system trends that will help solve key business problems and ensure business strategy is following corporate standards, adopting the right technology at the right time. 5 direct reports (2 managers and 3 individual contributors along with 10-12 indirect reports, globally). Budget of $5+ MM in 2015. Major emphasis will include Global Procure to Pay, Vendor Mgmt, Contract Mgmt, and eSourcing. Travel based on how fast global relationships are built worst case will be 50% (globally). After relationships are built, travel % goes down. So how fast can you build relationships?
4 year degree - CIO will not have anyone on his Executive team w/out a degree. 15+ years in IT 5+ years at the Manager/Director level in a F500 or at the Director/VP level in a F1000 Experience with global sourcing & supplier relationship management processes on a global scale Experience with setting up/managing global supply & demand processes Strong, Manufacturing, domain experience

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