Compliance Manager and Analyst TOTAL DATA LTD

Job description

  • Understand business objectives so as to generate project information, action items, schedule, and deliverables for the team.
  • Monitor project progress regularly so as to report project status to procurement management.
  • Assist team in procurement related activities as needed.
  • Work with Cost Price Analysis and Commodity Management Groups to formulate negotiation plans.
  • Define functional training requirements and accordingly develop training materials.
  • Develop innovative approaches to review procurement process effectiveness and explore solutions.
  • Provide recommendations on all procurement related issues, plans, reports, trainings and metrics.
  • Provide education and training to internal staff on procurement policies and best practices.
  • Analyze industry trends and market competitions to develop business improvement initiatives.
  • Identify and develop standard processes that address company’s strategy and plan
  • Generating various reports and preparing the presentation to the management.
  • Ensuring all the compliance related to the vendors as per the standards set.
  • To call directly to the vendors and suppliers directly, to have the information as required.
  • Ensuring all the contracts duly signed off and review of vendor master.
  • Setting up and reconciliation with the strategic suppliers on quantitative terms based on contracts.
  • Setting-up meeting with centralized procurement team and ensuring compliance standards as set-up from corporate office.


  • Strong leadership skills.
  • Team player at executive levels to collaborate with business units and functional partners like IT, Finance, Marketing, Operations, HR, Legal, etc.
  • Solid operational management and general business skills and savvy
  • Working understanding of finance and/or accounting in terms of budgeting, cost management, treasury, risk management, etc.
  • Industry knowledge in terms of broad industry dynamics on the buy-side (and the sell-side), but also the internal knowledge and “language of the business”
  • Excellent communication skills and even better listening skills and to understand the company culture and how to best communicate procurement’s value to it
  • In-depth knowledge of sourcing and procurement principles and best practices, but doesn’t have to come from within the procurement ranks
  • Experience with modern sourcing and procurement strategy and systems
  • Familiarity with relevant legislative and regulatory requirements, as well as understanding of standard contractual terms and conditions to mitigate legal risk
  • Strategic mindset and problem-solving skills

Analytical mindset, but also creativity to seek, encourage and find non-traditional approaches that have historically “boxed-in” procurement


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