IT Vendor Management AnalystBlockAtlanta, GAThe ideal candidate will have experience with: managing IT vendor relationships, implementing vendormanagement oversight programs, managing projects with multiple stakeholders, process optimization, invoice reconciliation and contract review/negotiation.Vendor Management Compliance ManagerEBay IncAustin, TXAct as a primary resource for the management of the VMC Program as a Subject Matter Expert in Third Party Risk Management, engaging with functional leads, PMO and business partners. This position can be remote, or based in Austin, TX or Salt Lake City, UT. The Counsel/Manager will report to the Senior Manager, Global Head of VendorManagement Compliance and help implement, monitor, and enhance our third party risk and compliance program.
Vendor managers also cultivate and maintain relationships with vendors, and they have fiduciary responsibility and signing authority for your organization.
The Maintenance purchasing manager is responsible for all maintenance purchases made by the company from its affiliated vendors.
Vendor Risk Management AnalystEntergyNew Orleans, LABe a single point of contact for Supply Chain Third-Party Risk Management and support stakeholders through risk assessments, control tasks & remediation. The ideal candidate will have experience in Enterprise third-party risk management as comprehensive well understanding of both risk management and information security frameworks. Full-timeDirector of Vendor ManagementHCA HealthcareNashville, TNAs the subject matter expert, advise ITG and Business vendor relationship owners on best practices for procedures, ongoing supplier management, data collection, performance improvement, and communication strategies. Full-timeVendor Risk AnalystCB CanadaToronto, ON, CanadaYou have a degree or diploma in Business, Finance, or a related field and 2+ years in third-party risk management, sourcing or procurement. Your work will primarily support third-party risk management, sourcing, and procurement.Vendor Management Analyst, Sr (Atlanta Or)Southern CoBirmingham, ALThe key objective of the role is to lead all aspects of vendormanagement partnering closely with TO leadership, supply chain management, and other internal groups within Southern Company to support overall program success.
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Vendor Management Analyst, Sr (Or Birmingham)Southern CoAtlanta, GAProviding proactive VendorManagement so that the terms of a contract are adhered, and contractual benefits are realized Conducting continuous resilience and business continuity planning - by maintaining a constant dialogue with key Third Party vendors to assess any ongoing business risks to supply and make alternative plans in a timely fashion if required Performing periodic assessment of compliance so that any risk associated with legislation or company standards is minimized.Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) LeadRockefeller Capital ManagementJersey City, NJThe Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) Lead will support the Head of VendorManagement across the full life cycle of vendor activities, including planning, due diligence, contract reviews, ongoing monitoring, business continuity planning, and terminations.Vendor Risk AnalystSimmons BankLittle Rock, ARThe Vendor Risk Analyst plays a pivotal role in supporting program stakeholders by providing guidance and expertise on the Third Party Risk Management ("TPRM") program and framework. Obtain and maintain necessary training to keep current on the discipline of third-party risk management, including regulatory and industry practices.AVP Risk ManagementWintrust FinancialDes Plaines, ILPrepare monthly and quarterly governance materials for the Third-Party Risk Oversight Committee (TPROC), Enterprise Risk Management Committee (ERMC), and the Board Risk Committee (BRC). Participate and maintain TPRM controls as part of the Risk and Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) process and maintenance of the risk and control library for enterprise third-party vendor risk management. Full-time
The world of work has drastically changed in the past few years. Where a good salary and a nice office might have been enough to attract talent in the past, employees today expect flexibility, growth opportunities, and a healthy work environment. In fact, 77% of applicants say they’d consider a company’s culture before applying for a job.
Vendor Risk Management CoordinatorWellmark, IncDes Moines, IAUse Your Strengths at Wellmark as a Vendor Risk Management Coordinator! As the Vendor Risk Management Coordinator, you’ll be responsible for developing relationships with internal and external stakeholders in support of assigned vendor relationships. Full-timeLead Business Risk Control Testing SpecialistDiscoverRiverwoods, ILWorks as a liaison between Payments Risk and partners such as Operational Risk Management, Internal Audit, Third Party Risk Management, etc. 6+ years of experience in Financial Services, Marketing, Compliance, Internal Audit Operations, VendorManagement areas, Operational and Regulatory or related field. $80 - $100 Full-timeVendor Risk Mgmt SpecialistValley National BancorpJersey City, NJThis position must ensure completion of financial, anti-corruption, OFAC and reputational risk assessments throughout the full vendor lifecycle from on-boarding through termination. Required Experience: Bachelors Degree in Business, Finance, Economics, Statistics, or related business degree and a minimum of 5 years of experience in vendor risk management, operational/enterprise risk management, or related risk management experience.Third Party Risk Management Analyst IIErie InsuranceErie, PAThe Hiring Manager will also consider candidates for Senior Third Party Risk Management Analyst, Third Party Risk Management Analyst II or Third Party Risk Management Analyst I. Level of position offered will be based upon the depth and breadth of selected candidate's experience and qualifications.
Talent acquisition is a multi-stage process where candidates undergo various application steps before getting hired. The unfortunate reality is that it is a labor-intense system, with the hiring manager and recruiter often handling all of the work on their own. Ask any one of them, and you will hear about the overabundance of applications and the demanding task of filtering through them to find the best candidates. The quality of talent suffers under the weight of all that work on one person's hands. It's not easy, but as many companies are starting to realize, there is a better way. The future of talent acquisition lies in collaborative recruiting!
Director, Materials ManagementBaptist CampusAmarillo, TXWe have an exciting opportunity to join BSA as a Director, Materials Management. POSITION SUMMARYThe Director, Materials Management will lead and manage all aspects of the Hospital’s Materials Management function: supply chain services, purchasing, inventory control, product flow, contracts, vendor relationships, recalls, and surplus property. Full-time
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