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Requisition ID # 117502
Job Category : Procurement / Supply Chain
Job Level : Manager/Principal
Business Unit: Supply Chain/Materials
The Sourcing organization is the functional lead for the procurement of materials and services at Pacific Gas and Electric Company. The department collaborates with internal clients and suppliers managing $10 billion of annual company spend to develop mutually beneficial total cost solutions for goods and services. The department provides the following services to internal clients: procurement of goods and services, strategic sourcing and cost savings, supplier relationship management, supplier diversity planning, execution and outreach, compliance management, ongoing procurement field support and management of the procure to pay cycle.
Preferred work location is San Ramon, but San Francisco and Concord may be considered. Final work location will be determined between the hiring leader and successful candidate.
You will develop and manage one or more sourcing spend categories and manage all contracts associated with them; develop strategic category plans to optimize cost savings, service excellence, diversity spend and total cost of ownership for the categories; effectively influence Lines of Business (LOB) including senior leadership to achieve understanding, acceptance, and commitment of sourcing strategies; and work with LOBs to develop, source, and negotiate major contracts and play a key role in the Supplier Relationship Management/Scorecard process.
1. Conceptualize the mission of the school district, broad goals of the school and plans accordingly
to ensure that procedures and schedules are implemented to carry out the total school program
2. Ensure that the school program is compatible with the legal, financial, and organizational
structure of the school system
3. Define the responsibilities and accountability of staff members and develop plans for interpreting
the school program to the community
4. Supervise in a fair and consistent manner effective discipline and attendance systems with high
standards, consistent with the philosophy, values, and the mission of the school.
5. Ensure a safe, orderly environment that encourages students to take responsibility for behavior
and create high morale among staff and students
6. File all reports regarding violence, vandalism, attendance and discipline matters as required by
the NCDPI and federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations
7. Provide activities that facilitate the professional growth of the school staff and enhances the
quality of the instructional program
8. Identify the annual objectives for instructional, extracurricular, and athletic programs of the
9. Ensure that the School Improvement Plan is followed and reviewed throughout the school year
10. Ensure that the instructional objectives for a given subject and/or classroom are developed, along
with detailed curriculum pacing guides
11. Involve the faculty and others in the development of specific curricular objectives to meet the
needs of the school program
12. Provide opportunities for staff participation in the school program
13. Establish, implement and evaluate procedures used to carry out the daily routine of the school
14. Evaluate student progress in the instructional program by means that include the maintenance of
up-to-date student data
15. Supervise and appraise the performance of the school staff through observation formulas derived
by the state of North Carolina
16. Maintain inter-school system communication and seeks assistance from central office staff to
17. Establish a professional rapport with students and with staff that encourages and promotes their
18. Display the highest ethical and professional behavior and standards when working with students,
parents, and school personnel
19. Serve as a role model for students, dressing professionally, and demonstrating the importance and
relevance of learning, accepting responsibility, and demonstrating pride in the education
profession, encouraging school staff to do the same
20. Notify the Superintendent, the Board, and other appropriate personnel and agencies when there is
evidence of substance abuse, child abuse, child neglect, severe medical or social conditions,
potential suicide or students appearing to be under the influence of alcohol or controlled
21. Develop clearly understood procedures and provide regular drills for emergencies and disasters as
required by the NC Statutes
22. Comply with established lines of authority and promotes school safety
23. Orient and assist new staff members and new students and provides opportunities for their input
in the school program
24. Encourage the use of community resources, cooperates with the community in the use of school
facilities, interprets the school program for the community, and maintains communication with
25. Manage, direct, and maintain records regarding the materials, supplies and equipment that are
necessary to carry out the daily school routine
26. Involve the staff in determining priorities for instructional supplies
27. Organize, oversee, and provide support to the various services, supplies, materials, and equipment
provide to carry out the school program
28. Involve the community and makes use of community resources
29. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Superintendent
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