The Supply Chain (SC) Supplier Management Senior Analyst is an intermediate level position responsible for participating in procurement activities such as defining the need for goods and services, negotiating price contracts and authorizing payment for goods and services in coordination with the Corporate Services team. The overall objective of this role is to acquire goods and services requested by company personnel in support of the company's business.
Establish Citi policies and standards on supplier management requirements to ensure compliance with regulations and laws
Develop and maintain supplier risk management tools/frameworks required to implement applicable Citi policies and standards
Complete deliverables associated with supplier management programs, Citi contingency plan, Operation Strategy Planner (OSP) due diligence and ongoing monitoring tools
Expand the financial risk evaluation program, enhance monitoring of key financial risks, and execute on deliverables for risk management required to meet Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) regulations
Contribute to key enterprise initiatives pertaining to supplier risks including senior management inquiries and the impact of business acquisitions and divestitures
Complete the vendor monitoring program and the facilitation of supplier management related practices, policies, and regulations
Interpret the management of the supplier's performance to the required Service Level Agreement (SLAs) and reporting requirements documented in the contracts executed
Perform data research and analytical tasks to assist the Supplier CoB and Exit Strategy Plan Assessment Programs
Assist audits and special reviews by internal Audit and external Regulators and liaise/advise sector, regional, and business stakeholders regarding supplier risk management due diligence, issues, and initiatives
Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency.
5-8 years of relevant experience
Knowledge of operational risks and control frameworks
Experience with corporate reporting
Demonstrated operational audit and analytical skills
Proficient computer skills with a focus on Microsoft Office applications
Bachelor's degree/University degree or equivalent experience
This position will support strategic initiatives in Transaction Services specifically aligned to the Electronic Payments process. Accountabilities include building strong partnerships with In-Business Control and CBORC in support of ARCM's, Vendor Audit Support, Supplier Scorecard Inputs, etc. Having a strong analytical mindset is desired to assist with iCAP Support and Resolution and Root-Cause Analysis. The role will also be back-up support for Vendor Management and Project Management activities.
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