Procure To Pay Analyst
The Procure to Pay team is helping the client grow its business by helping our business navigate through the full lifecycle of getting what they need when they need it so they can do their best work. As a P2P Analyst, you will be an integral part of our daily operations and working on projects that are transforming the future landscape of the Procure to Pay function.
location: San Francisco, California
job type: Contract
salary: $44 - 49 per hour
work hours: 8 to 5
education: Bachelor's degree
experience: 5 Years
What You'll Do
? Help to drive key projects and initiatives across Procurement, Accounts Payable, and T&E functions
? Engage with and influence key business stakeholders
? Assist with metrics preparation, root cause analysis, and remediation strategies
? Coordinate deliverables for various audits
? Monthly, quarterly, and ad hoc reporting
? Provide executive summaries and recommendations to management
? Assist with special T&E deliverables as required
? You have 3-5 years' of experience in Procure to Pay functions
? You have strong communication, analytical and decision-making skills
? You are comfortable with "tech speak" and engaging both technical and non-technical teams
? You exhibit a can-do spirit and approach your work with curiosity, resilience, and a growth mindset in a fast-paced, dynamic, and often ambiguous work environment
? Experience with Oracle R12, Concur, Tableau, ticketing tools (e.g. JIRA, Salesforce),
? Project management experience is a plus
Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.
Qualified applicants in San Francisco with criminal histories will be considered for employment in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.
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