The Company

8 Rivers is a clean energy and climate technology company leading the global energy industry towards achieving net zero.

Since 2008, 8 Rivers has been pioneering infrastructure-scale technologies that can drastically reduce or remove CO2 emissions. We’re proud to be a growing, world-class team of engineering and business experts working together to commercialize technologies and deliver projects across multiple sectors, with a focus on oxy-combustion and ultra-low carbon intensity processes. The 8 Rivers technology portfolio includes ultra-low carbon hydrogen production (8RH2), transformative low-carbon power cycles (Allam-Fetvedt Cycle), and hyper-efficient direct air capture (Calcite). With more than $1B in funding raised into our portfolio, we hold more CO2-related patents than any other entity in the world, and we are actively deploying our technology into projects in the US and abroad. Our diversified suite of technologies was developed to help the hardest-to-decarbonize sectors to achieve their net-zero goals by prioritizing the balancing of economics and science. 8 Rivers is speeding the arrival of a net-zero world where clean energy powers human prosperity. 

Apply today if you are interested in contributing to our vision for a cleaner tomorrow, today.

Overview 

The Procurement Manager is a critical member of the Global Supply Chain Team responsible for ensuring the efficient and effective procurement of goods and services for our diverse portfolio of products and technologiesThis leader will be responsible for developing and implementing procurement strategies, optimizing procurement processes and systems, If you are a strategic thinker with a passion for driving innovation we invite you to join our team at 8 Rivers and be a part of our journey towards shaping a sustainable future.    

Responsibilities 

  • Develops and implements short-term and long-term procurement plans to align with departmental & organizational goals and project requirements.   
  • Developing the Quality Management System for Procurement; Developing Standard Operating Procedures, Work Instructions, and Procedures in alignment with ISO 9001 standards. 
  • Works with Supply Chain, Engineering, and Operations to proactively investigate, notify, and assist in resolving problems from changes in delivery schedules and developing risk mitigation plans. 
  • Recruit, lead, and develop a high-performing procurement team that is accountable for the delivery of goods and services on-time and on-budget.   
  • Develops and leads continuous improvement of the procurement modules within the ERP & procurement system. 
  • Manage domestic & international logistics and delivery of equipment to project sites in accordance with relevant laws, regulations, and company policies.   
  • Manage Procurement Execution of EPC partners through Pre-FEED, FEED, and EPC phases of projectsMonitoring procurement milestones, leading bid evaluation and selection process, award, through deliveryFacilitate the definition of the program objectives, success criteria, scope, governance, and budget for projects with multi-year delivery schedules. 
  • Work with Strategic Sourcing to negotiate procurement contracts to ensure favorable terms in alignment with organizational strategies.   

Required Qualifications 

  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Supply Chain Management, Engineering, or related field.   
  • Minimum 7 years of experience of Procurement Management, Supply Chain, or other contract management experience. 
  • Demonstrated track record of leadership, team building, execution excellence, and delivering results in challenging business environments.   
  • Passion for attracting, retaining, and developing a talented team. 
  • Experience with supporting product development and bringing new technologies to market.   
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to manage competing priorities while optimizing the deployment of resources to meet tight project schedules. 
  • Demonstrated experience with leading Continuous Improvement initiatives, implementing best practices, and developing a quality management system. 
  • Strong attention to detail and experience of setting and developing standards and quality procedures.   
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to influence all levels of an organization.   
  • Strong proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) 

Preferred Qualifications 

  • 10 years of experience with EPC Project Procurementin an energy, gas, or chemical processing, or related CO2 technology. 
  • 5+ years of experience of capital equipment procurement 
  • Experience with Coupa Procurement and NetSuite ERP Systems 

Note: Only candidates authorized to work in the US without requiring visa sponsorship will be considered for this position. 

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