About the Business Group:
Global External Manufacturing and Sourcing (GEMS) is responsible for managing Intel's external manufacturing capacity and production operations worldwide. The organization focuses on developing and executing external manufacturing sourcing, technology development, and manufacturing strategies which provides Intel with a unique competitive advantage towards realizing IDM2.0. Within GEMS, the External Manufacturing Sourcing Group (EMS) is responsible to manage the outsourcing of the silicon foundry (wafer) and OSAT (assembly, test) business.
About the role:
The VP of External Manufacturing and Sourcing will be a critical leader who will manage one of the four pillars of the Global External Manufacturing and Sourcing (GEMS) team. GEMS is a rapidly growing organization that delivers end-to-end procurement, technology development, manufacturing support, and strategic solutions in external manufacturing. This position has the responsibility of managing a worldwide team of ~ 80 procurement professionals with the charter to develop and execute global sourcing strategies and policies for spending of 2.3B annually in critical areas supporting Intel's product roadmap. This group is responsible for working with the external ecosystem to develop solutions which are critical for enabling Intel products in the marketplace. These areas include: Foundry and OSAT supplier selection, supplier management, capacity planning, contract negotiations, and purchasing. This position will engage deeply with the different functions within the business units to understand their product roadmaps, business, and priority requirements to drive alignment with the capabilities and standards of the Foundry and OSAT market.
EMS works closely with key business stakeholders within our business groups, as well as divisional partners such as Assembly and Test Technology Development (ATTD). The successful candidate will need to be effective at working with stakeholders and suppliers globally, while also working closely with peers in helping to shape the broader external manufacturing and global supply chain strategies.
The ideal candidate will have the following skills:
Demonstrated experience in successfully managing and leading a global, multicultural team.
Strong ability to partner with and influence key stakeholders both internally and externally.
Prior knowledge developing and executing worldwide sourcing, foundry/OSAT management and business, and technical strategies.
Capability to ramp quickly on new initiatives, demonstrated skills in leadership, influencing, planning, contract negotiations, and developing teams to deliver results.
Effective communicator of both written and verbal information to all levels of management and across diverse global cross-functional teams.
Proven ability to deal with a high tolerance of ambiguity and support multiple concurrent projects and activities.
Strong data analysis and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrated results and accountability for broad leadership, building of followership and role modeling of Intel's cultural attributes of:
Customer First – We seek to understand what matters most to our customers, listening more and talking less.
Fearless Innovation – We are bold. We take risks and challenge ourselves. We fail fast, iterate, and continuously improve.
Results Driven – We make data-driven decisions with intellectual honesty and assume responsibility to deliver long-term stakeholder value.
One Intel – We before me. We work across boundaries, collaborating across the aisle and around the world.
Inclusion – Inclusion runs through each attribute and is integral to our cultural evolution.
Quality – We demonstrate discipline to deliver the products and services that our customers and partners can always rely on.
The successful applicant must possess a Master or advanced degree in engineering with 15+ years of relevant supply chain and leadership experience. MBA or Ph.D. is a plus.
As the world's largest chip manufacturer, Intel strives to make every facet of semiconductor manufacturing state-of-the-art -- from semiconductor process development and manufacturing, through yield improvement to packaging, final test and optimization, and world class Supply Chain and facilities support. Employees in the Technology Development and Manufacturing Group are part of a worldwide network of design, development, manufacturing, and assembly/test facilities, all focused on utilizing the power of Moore’s Law to bring smart, connected devices to every person on Earth.
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Position of Trust
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Work Model for this Role
This role is available as fully home-based and generally would require you to attend Intel sites only occasionally based on business need.