Internship Procurement Analyst (#TR_1496588)
At HP, we believe in the power of ideas. We use ideas to put technology to work for everyone. And we believe that ideas thrive best in a culture of teamwork. That is why everyone - at every level in every function, is encouraged to have original ideas, to express them and to share them. We trust anything can be achieved if you really believe in it, and we will invest in your ideas to change lives and the way people work. This vision is what sets us apart as a company. At HP we work across borders, and without limits. Global virtual teams share resources and pool their big ideas to solve business issues and meet personal goals. Everyone is valued for the unique skills, experiences and perspective they bring. That’s how we work at HP. And this is how ideas and people grow.
HP is a proven leader in personal systems and printing, delivering innovations that empower people to create, interact, and inspire like never before. We leverage our strong financial position to extend our leadership in traditional markets and invest in exciting new technologies.
HP has an impressive portfolio and strong innovation pipeline across areas such as:
• blended reality technology - our unique Sprout by HP will change the way people do things
• 3D printing
• multi-function printing
• Ink in the office
• tablets, phablets, notebooks
• mobile workstations
We’re looking for visionaries who are ready to make an impact on the way the world works. At HP, the future’s yours to create!
Skills and requirements:
Typically 2nd year of study or above at the university or master students in business administration, supply chain, finance, accounting, or related area of study
Good analytical and data modelling skills
Good project management skills.
Good business acumen and understanding of risk mitigation approaches and contract language usage.
Fluency in speaking English (another language would be a plus)
Multi-tasking and prioritization skills.
Customer Service experience would be a plus
Fast learner, self-starter, problem solver
Structured and organized
Communication, negotiation, influencing abilities
Results and performance driven
Sociable person, team player
This job is part of the Center of Expertise (COE) of Global Indirect Procurement (GIP).
GIP category management and procurement operations are mostly allocated in 3 regional COE’s:
America in Guadalajara, Mexico
Europe in Bucharest, Romania
Asia in Dalian, China.
GIP manages indirect spend of HP Inc. not related to manufacturing or logistics. GIP manages around $4.3B USD in spend, over 55,000 suppliers, over 4,000 contracts, and review and approve over 140,000 Purchase Orders per year. Our value definition spreads above savings or budget reductions, including business considerations like revenue enablement, cash flow management and industry benchmark.
This role provides centralized and standard support across the globe or region for a diverse services portfolio of Procurement activities including Negotiation, Contracting, Sourcing and Supplier/Spend Management.
Supports internal stakeholders across all Business Units in HP and Global Functions.
Analyzes industry trends and embeds expertise and criteria while negotiating and providing a procurement recommendation to stakeholders.
Collaborates with peers and Global Category Strategists to ensure connection and execution of the strategy determined to the specific area of spend.
Focus on the employee experience of interacting with GIP (Customer Satisfaction) and timely deliverable according to the business needs. Turnaround time is one key indicator that is measured.
In addition to these activities, this role may participate in innovation, transformation or improvement projects related to business processes or employee engagement.
All GIP employees have to complete onboarding trainings and mandatory corporate trainings such as Standard of Business Conduct, Global Trade and others.
Always act under the “HP Way” and the behaviors of the employee culture in GIP.
Engages as a member of the regional Global Indirect Procurement team.
Collaborates with colleagues, and contributes to business projects as assigned.
Analyzes business data to identify trends and opportunities.
Contributes to the preparation of executive reports and summaries.
May assist senior procurement professionals in engagements with assigned vendors/suppliers to deliver sourcing and/or negotiation results.