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Program Manager - Technology Supplier Governance
Posted on 7/12/2022
INACTIVE
Locations
Remote
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Leadership
Management
Market Research
Research
Requirements
  • Minimum 7-10 years of demonstrated success in managing and understanding asset management, licensing, stakeholder, and supplier management
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate and influence team members at all levels across the organization including the C-Suite
  • Must have a working understanding of multiple functional areas of an enterprise including technology, finance and sourcing and a good understanding of the commercial environment, and best practice for sourcing, deploying, and managing external partners
  • Strong organizational, communication and relationship building skills and an ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment but remain appropriately detail-oriented
  • Ability to think outside the box to bring new ideas and concepts
  • Ability to negotiate and influence peer and management decisions
  • High degree of comfort operating autonomously in situations with a high degree of ambiguity. This role must be able to effect change on a large scale without constant oversight or direction
  • Comfortable escalating, presenting, and addressing any feedback from the executives
Responsibilities
  • This role will report into the Technology Business Operations leader and will partner with the Technology Leadership Team to
  • Establish a repeatable and automated process for managing our key suppliers, proactively planning, and anticipating our licensing needs, ensuring adequate time for upfront analysis and preparation, and helping deliver smoother and more efficient negotiations and renewals
  • Partner closely with other teams across technology and the business including Asset Inventory Team, GS&P Team, Legal and Finance to understand our current license commitments and consumption through analysing existing contracts in iCertis and any other contract repositories
  • Govern all aspects of the overall process for Technology ensuring that all requests are aligned with our overall vendor strategy, and that contracts are aligned to the terms of master service agreements, agreed rate cards and billing and signatory entities
  • Monitor the performance of vendors and facilitate quarterly review and feedback sessions, working with teams to gather performance metrics and providing insights and conclusions for our leadership team to drive future vendor strategies
  • Interface with senior leaders across the organization on a regular basis providing feedback on progress and ensuring teams are prepped with all relevant information in advance of contract discussions
  • Proactively engage and collaborate with stakeholders to understand sourcing requirements, developing requirements, evaluate and conduct competitive RFx events, select supplier(s) and contract for goods and services
  • Conduct market research while working in partnership with technology leaders to understand demand, supplier trends and user requirements for potential Sourcing opportunities
  • Manage supplier relationships partnering with stakeholders to ensure suppliers are performing relative to contract terms and conditions, service level agreements (SLAs), and key performance indicators (KPIs) as applicable implementing quarterly reviews with strategic suppliers / vendors
  • Establish the inventory of licenses, users, and expiration dates of all contracts across technology
  • Optimise technology spend, by creating a calendarised view of renewals, looking for opportunities to co term existing licenses where possible, and distributing spend across the calendar year
  • Establish Vendor Relationship Managers in Tech (including clear definition of roles & responsibilities)
  • Report progress to the CTO Team monthly
Dun & Bradstreet
Business intelligence products for companies
Company Overview
Dun & Bradstreet seeks to create a global network of trust enabling clients to turn uncertainty into confidence, risk into opportunity, and potential into prosperity. The company is building on its world-class data and analytics—Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud—to deliver more data and deeper insights.
Benefits
  • Medical and Prescription Drug: Comprehensive coverage through a choice of a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plan and Consumer Directed Health Plan (CDHP). The CDHP plan has a Health Savings Account (HSA) option. D&B contributes to the HSA each year.
  • Dental: Insurance including preventive care, basic care, major care and orthodontia
  • Vision: Coverage for routine eye exams and prescription lenses, frames and contact lenses
  • Health Care Accounts: Set aside before-tax dollars to pay for eligible health care expenses. You can choose a Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA).
  • Life Insurance: Company paid life insurance, as well as additional coverage including Basic, Supplemental, Spouse or Domestic Partner, and Child
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance: Benefit that provides a payment if you suffer an accident that is fatal or dismembering
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance: Benefit that provides a payment if you are injured or die as a result of an accident while traveling on Company-approved business
  • Short-Term Disability (STD): Company provided benefit that offers you income protection for absence due to nonwork-related injury or illness
  • Long-Term Disability (LTD): Coverage that picks up when your STD ends. It provides income protection if you become totally disabled and are unable to work after 180 days of continuous disability.
  • Critical Illness Insurance: Insurance that is intended to supplement your medical and disability coverage. It provides a lump-sum benefit in the event you (or a covered family member) are diagnosed with a covered condition, such as cancer, heart attack, and more
  • Hospital Indemnity Insurance: Provides a lump-sum benefit to help you pay for costs in the event you (or a covered family member) are hospitalized.
  • Accident Insurance: Provides a lump-sum benefit to help you (or a covered family member) pay for costs for a covered injury and related services
  • 401(k) Plan: Retirement plan into which you can make before-tax, Roth and after-tax contributions; company match is available along with a wide range of investment options
  • Personalized Planning & Advice (PP&A): Assistance with 401(k) investment decisions and financial wellness
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA): Set aside before-tax dollars to use towards eligible dependent child or adult care services
  • Legal Insurance Plan: Insurance plan that provides you with prepaid legal services to help you address a wide range of legal matters (i.e. home purchase, will creation, small claims court, dispute with a home contractor, and much more)
  • Home and Auto Insurance: Special group rates and discounts on protection of your home, car and other personal property
  • Commuter Benefit: Pay for your commuting expenses through before-tax payroll deductions
  • Pet Insurance: Plan that reimburses you for expenses incurred for covered services
  • Vacation days: 20 days and you are eligible to earn more based on your years of service
  • Holidays: 9 paid days that coincide with the national holidays when our US offices are closed, plus one floating holiday of your choice
  • Volunteer Days: Two days per year to volunteer
  • Unsick Day: One paid day off to visit the doctor when you are not sick
  • Paid Maternity & Paternity Leave: Up to 16 weeks of paid leave for the primary caregiver, and up to 2 weeks of paid leave for the secondary caregiver
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP): Free confidential support, including access a network of professional counselors, and referrals on resources for everyday needs
  • Adoption Assistance: Reimbursement for eligible expenses related to adopting a child
  • Education Assistance: Provides financial assistance for outside education to enable team members to achieve greater results in their current position and/or to prepare team members for future assignments within Dun & Bradstreet
Company Values
  • Data-Inspired - We’re passionate about the power of data. It’s at the heart of everything we do.
  • Relentlessly Curious - We embrace the change in the world around us. We know it brings new problems to solve, new things to learn and new ways to grow.
  • Inherently Generous - We succeed by helping others succeed. We openly share our time and talent, and we confidently welcome the help of others.