job summary Are you someone who has experience in conducting supplier risk management and due diligence? Do you have a thorough understanding of mitigating supplier risks in the financial, reputational, governance, and regulatory domains? Do you not only understand or have a passion to learn more about these processes but also demonstrate a track record of making things better through process design and improvement strategies? If you have these skills as well as knowledge of supplier risk management best practices and are interested in rolling-out best-in-class supplier due diligence program, then please apply to join Our Client's growing Enterprise Supply Chain team as their newest Supplier Risk Management Due Diligence Analyst. You will be an instrumental member of their team, which is dedicated to delivering actionable insights to their business partners and senior level executives . The ideal person for this role has a risk management and finance background, thrives in a fast-paced environment, and is driven with a great analytical mindset to develop creative solutions to solve problems and enhance the organization's capabilities. This person also is self-motivated, demonstrates interpersonal skills, can communicate effectively, is proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Visio, SharePoint), and is excited to engage in activities to continuously improve and develop professionally. Qualifications - BA degree (Business, Finance, or Economics degree) Master's degree or MBA a plus - 4-6 years of related work experience - Experience reviewing financial metrics to evaluate a company's financial health and stability - Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills (including listening, written and oral communication), work well in a team environment, able to work in diverse environments, and adhere to highest ethical standards - Highly organized with focus on execution, problem solving, automation, and improving processes - Experience providing detailed analytics and summary reporting of key metrics - Ability to parse contractual and policy documentation quickly and effectively - Applies critical thinking and professional judgement to determine supplier risks and appropriate actions to mitigate associated risks - Capable of analyzing information and building executive dashboards with visualizations that summarize key metrics and insights -Analytical mindset and determined to solve problems by developing creative solutions - Ability to lead, influence, collaborate, and partner with ESC leaders, business partners, and suppliers to achieve desired business outcomes. - Able to work in a remote environment, as needed location Mc Lean, Virginia job type Contract salary 35.99 - 37.50 per hour work hours 8am to 5pm education Bachelors responsibilities Your Work Falls into Three Primary Categories Organizational Skills - Conduct supplier due diligence activities prior to contract award and periodically thereafter to determine specific risks presented by each supplier and conduct necessary investigations after reviewing evaluation results in the financial, reputational, governance, and regulatory risk domains - Develop summary risk packages by deriving insights from evaluation results, analyzing these metrics to benchmark the results across their respective category, and distilling feedback to extract and summarize the most critical information at an executive summary level - Evaluate supplier inherent threats and utilize advanced analytical skills to create, review, and evaluate key risk indicators, including historical trends and performance Communication Skills - Ability to communicate at all levels of the organization and have excellent ability to encourage, motivate, negotiate, and drive issues to closure - Business writing capability to summary key insights, trends, and provide substantive recommendations that drive better-informed decision making for our stakeholders - Customer service skills that enable successful outcomes from all perspectives - Manage challenging stakeholders and suppliers with professionalism - Empowered to make sound business decisions and ability to influence others to gain better business outcomes - Ability to work with diverse teams and prioritize tasks - Attention to Detail - Root cause analysis skills to gather, monitor, analyze, and provide summary level detail on supplier risk that supports financial posture and reputational ranking information that is disseminated to our stakeholders - Able to juggle competing priorities to drive successful outcomes, adapting quickly in an agile environment that's continuously evolving and changing - Highly organized to maintain, review, and validate supplier evaluations to provide a holistic picture of the risks posed by engaging 3rd party suppliers - Effective prioritization by balancing detail with response time to ensure we are meeting both quality and timing commitments - Create, analyze, and coordinate the reporting of supplier evaluation metrics throughout a supplier's lifecycle qualifications Experience level Experienced Minimum 6 years of experience Education Bachelors skills Risk Management (6 years of experience is preferred) Equal Opportunity Employer Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.