IBM Supply Chain Management Leader (Healthcare) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Your Role and Responsibilities
IBM is currently seeking a Supply Chain Management (SCM) Leader with Workday Healthcare Provider experience to support business development and to provider Healthcare Provider thought leadership to IBM Workday sales teams, prospective clients and delivery teams.
Deployment / Implementation
Plan, lead, and facilitate architecture workshops for complex business processes
Assist in finding solutions or workarounds when functional gaps are identified during the deployment
Articulate the impact of key project and configuration decisions
Reconcile the ERP Feature Roadmap to customer requirements
Ensure the deployment team is prepared to gather the data and do the work based on configuration decisions, implementation strategy and future roadmap considerations
Engage in the sales process to gather information about a project including background and broader context of Supply Chain Management, with specific subject matter expertise in Procure to Pay (Procurement, Suppliers, Spend, Expenses, Supply Chain Management, Inventory, etc.), as well as Integrations, and Data Conversion
Anticipate customer needs and identify appropriate solutions leveraging best practice experience
Translate customer business requirements into solutions and assist in the creation of the delivery roadmap, estimates, and project timelines
Partner with sales and delivery teams to develop RFP response, build budgetary proposal, and craft presentations to identify additional revenue opportunities
Proactively identify new service opportunities through direct client interaction
Help define scope of the project via broader solution/visioning conversations
In this dynamic role, you will have the opportunity to interact directly with clients. Travel to client sites may be required, up to 4 days per week. Expected travel about 75% of your scheduled time, remaining work time can be either remote or at one of the IBM offices. Preferred candidates will live within a 50-mile radius of a major airport.
Required Professional and Technical Expertise
- At least 6 years of professional experience working in a Healthcare Provider organization (e.g. hospital, academic medical center, large medical/physician group, clinical laboratory, etc.), in a senior administrative or operational role, with experience overseeing and in-depth knowledge of Procure to Pay / Supply Chain Management systems and business processes.
Preferred Professional and Technical Expertise
Preferred Professional and Technical Expertise:
At least 2 years of experience designing, configuring, implementing and supporting a cloud ERP Financials – Procurement & Inventory product suite in a healthcare provider setting (e.g. Workday)
10+ years of professional experience in Procure to Pay / Supply Chain Management
Experience deploying Workday Supply Chain Management and then operating in that Workday environment
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