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Director, Supplier Diversity
Premier, Inc. The Director, Supplier Diversity is focused on recruiting, managing, and supporting diverse suppliers, and driving member contract uptake. This work includes managing strategic contracts and relationships and working with the Senior Director to: -Manage diverse suppliers through the sourcing process for SEEDS Contract Consideration mid-contract cycle. -Ensure Federal compliance factors are being communicated and represented. -New processes are developed and implemented to educate staff on supplier diversity issues. -Schedule contract management meetings to ensure diverse suppliers have support to grow scale with Premier members. -Collaborate with marketing team to develop communication to share success stories (Premier, suppliers and members) internally and externally. -Liaise with sourcing Service Lines such as Medical/Surgi, Surgical Services, Nursing, Facilities, etc. to move the supplier diversity strategy forward. -Strong regional engagement and supplier diversity program communication. Assists in developing and implementing strategies to increase supplier diversity performance for the organization through working directly with the various leaders (internal and external business units.) -Analysis and review of detailed performance results and available reports, then interpreting and explaining findings and trends to the all stakeholders so that they can re-assess and make necessary adjustments to meet Premier supplier diversity goals. -Review key strategies that support third-party certification practices and supplier diversity sourcing efforts to increase buy-in to support the national and SEEDS sourcing process. -Develop the relationship with the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), Healthcare Supplier Diversity Alliance (HSDA) to support Premier’s supplier diversity goals. -Review and update supplier profile information with current third-party certification expiration dates.
Inclusion & Diversity, Manager
Burlington Stores Responsibilities:
Execute and advance I&D strategy that drives a culture of inclusion, innovation, associate engagement, and customer engagement and experience through collaboration and programmatic efforts
Manage portfolio of Merchandising related programs to drive behavior change, diversify products, and embed I&D into the organization’s culture, customer offerings, customer experience, business partnerships and overall brand purpose.
Collect and analyze I&D data (associate, customer, and vendor), and leverage data to report and measure progress and identifying opportunities for I&D related enhancements.
Implement strategies and create initiatives designed to increase greater vendor and supplier diversity. Identify metrics and areas of opportunity for innovative partnerships that expand economic opportunities
Actively collaborate with the Merchandising, Marketing, and Communications team to strategically message and share the organization’s I&D mission, vision, strategy and successful initiatives, both internally and externally.
Identify and examine industry trends, best practices, and related external considerations, leverage to influence and support organizational change related to I&D
Develop and facilitate I&D related educational opportunities and awareness raising for merchandising department, buyers, and vendor partners,
Develop, coordinate, and support I&D related events
At least 3-5 years successful experience in an Inclusion & Diversity function, or related role (Learning and Development, Supplier Diversity, Talent Management, etc.)
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Prior experience of supplier diversity or vendor diversity concepts
Prior knowledge of I&D concepts and experience influencing change in a large organization
Reports to the VP of DE&I and partners closely with all members of the DE&I team, and internal and external stakeholders to execute equity and inclusion goals across various business areas and functions.
Operationalizes and manages the DE&I Councils and Associate Resource Groups (ARGs) activities (e.g., coordinate conference calls/virtual meetings, communicate I&D updates, maintain member rosters, manage events calendars, etc.)
Coordinates DE&I event logistics and timelines, including invitations, A/V needs, budgets, local community engagements, etc.
Supports and, where appropriate, facilitates DEI educational activities
Conducts in-depth, comprehensive DE&I research and prepares presentations, solution recommendations, and other materials as needed.
Supports the ongoing enrichment of the vendor and supplier diversity program.
Teaming with Marketing & Communications, drafts content for and maintains DE&I communication materials, including internal DE&I network channels, intranet, website, etc.
Maintains current knowledge of DE&I as well as industry related trends and best practices.
Builds productive, ongoing relationships within Burlington, providing guidance and resources when consulting with partners.
Our ideal candidate would have at least 2 - 4 years of experience in a DE&I function or related role and at least 2 years’ experience supporting Diversity Councils, Employee Resource Groups, or similar DE&I focused networks . Candidates should be knowledgeable of DE&I concepts, comfortable with public speaking and creating presentations.
Healthcare Supply Chain Consultant
Premier, Inc. Reporting to the Vice President, Consulting Services, the Consultant, Consulting Services is responsible for conducting analysis, research, client meeting, and managing initiatives to drive client supply chain operations, transformation, and savings. The Consultant will conduct research, collect and analyze hospital and supply chain operations and financial data, analyze problems, recommend creative solutions, and complete project tasks within scope and budget. A consultant should be competent in analyzing problems and recommending creative solutions. This role requires someone who is extremely analytical, has a foundation in data manipulation, and is knowledgeable and familiar with hospital, supply chain, and operational/ financial data sets. Additionally, the Consultant must have the ability to identify issues, communicate effectively with Nexera leadership, work directly with clients to achieve project milestones, and participate in client and internal presentations. Depending on project engagement, the Consultant will lead analysis of supply chain operations, purchasing/contracting/ sourcing, logistics/receiving/distribution/ inventory management, medical and/or data and technology, and work with client end-users and the project team assess, design, and transform supply chain purchasing, contracting, and value analysis approach to operations and savings. Nexera Consultants must have the ability to identify issues, communicate effectively with clients and project teams, problem solve, and drive analytics focused opportunities. Consultants must be proactive, professional, and must have past experience in healthcare and/ or supply chain management. In addition, the Consultant must be extremely analytical and have a foundation in data manipulation, preferably with healthcare product and operations knowledge (physician preference items, medical/ surgical items, logistics, inventory management, , etc.).
Senior Infrastructure Engineer - Linux
Premier, Inc. This is a great opportunity to work in a organization that is focused on the health of our communities. Our team of senior infrastructure engineers are highly skilled and love what we do. There are always new opportunities to learn and take on work that you are interested in. We have fun working together in our daily challenges, even in the current age of virtual office environments. Our team works very closely with other teams (DevOps, Database, Network, etc) inside the organization so that no matter what the technology is, there is always someone within close reach. These teams are tightly integrated with each other to provide a very comfortable and approachable working environment all while being part of a much larger organization, which makes this a unique and appealing position to fill.
As a Senior Infrastructure Engineer, you will help the server team do operational and project-based work so that we can support our business to reach its maximum potential. You will have a very visible role into improving our current processes so that we can be more efficient in the areas we are responsible for.
Premier, Inc. What will you be Doing:
The Contracting Director is responsible for sourcing and management for the portfolio of contracts within an assigned service line, which will include multiple strategic contracts or relationships. Specifically, Directors will be responsible for
Strategic Supplier Relationship Management
Contract Operational and Financial Management (strategic suppliers)
Creating short term strategy, and developing plans on how the department will support strategic initiatives.
Healthcare Sourcing Manager-Med Surg
Premier, Inc. The Sourcing Manager is responsible for sourcing and management for the portfolio of contracts within the Med Surg Service line, which will include multiple contracts or relationships. Specifically, Contracting Managers will be responsible for:
Supplier Relationship Management
Contract Operational and Financial Management (strategic suppliers)
Human Resources Executive Assistant II
Comerica Bank Executive Assistant to the SVP, Head of Corporate Learning and Talent Management & Chief Diversity Officer and SVP, Head of Talent Acquisition
This role is responsible for managing a wide range of administrative and executive support tasks.
Human Resources Organizational Change Manager
Comerica Bank The Organizational Change Manager (OCM) enables leaders and projects realize their objectives by increasing employee adoption and minimizing resistance and reviewing the changes to business processes, systems and technology, job roles and organization structures. Creates and implements change management strategies that maximize employee adoption and usage and minimize resistance. Works to drive faster adoption, higher utilization, and greater proficiency of the changes that impact employees to increase benefit realization, value creation, ROI, and the achievement of results and outcomes.
Executive Assistant II
Comerica Bank The Executive Secretary role will be responsible for managing a wide range of administrative and executive support tasks.
Position Competencies Successful incumbents are approachable, self-starter, customer focused, have strong functional and technical skills, proactively inform, have interpersonal savvy, listen well, detail oriented, have organizational agility, persevere and can manage their time well.
Executive Assistant III
Comerica Bank The Executive Assistant III, under minimal supervision, provides routine general administrative support to a senior executive non-MEC BE3. They regularly interact with executive management and all levels of employees from across the organization. May interact with external parties such as clients and/or customers. May oversee the work of other administrative professionals.
Human Resources Special Programs Manager
Comerica Bank The HR Special Programs Manager coordinates Human Resources projects and special programs. This position ensures HR’s adherence to compliance and risk management and provides project management support in accordance to Comerica’s Project Management Guidelines.