At Vendr, we're committed to helping finance and procurement folks thrive in their roles. As a result, we started this bi-monthly jobs round-up to publish the latest procurement postings at leading SaaS companies to make the job search easier.

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With more businesses continuing to increase investment and expansion, opportunities within the procurement space are opening up regularly. Our LinkedIn search turned up procurement jobs at companies supporting event organizers, communications tools, payment processing, cloud security, and project management. 

1. Eventbrite


As the world opens back up, event specialists are going back to work. Eventbrite, the event management and ticketing platform is looking for a Senior Manager, Strategic Procurement & Compliance to help aid in the mission of “bringing the world together through live experiences.” The role requires some travel.

Reporting to the Senior Director, Global Real Estate and Workplace, this is a creative and mission-driven opportunity within a global team. One of the primary focuses of this role will be to centralize the Eventbrite global procurement function and lead a small, scaling-savvy team. The Senior Manager will be responsible for “cradle to grave” procurement lifecycle functions, including scope development, vendor management and supplier selection, cost analysis, risk management, and negotiations. 

Requirements include a Bachelor’s in Business, Finance, Economics, or a related field, with over seven years of work experience and heavy procurement exposure. 

The company offers a competitive benefits package including medical, wellness, parental leave, fertility/adoption support, on-site benefits, and more. 

2. HubSpot

If working for one of the top marketing and sales platforms sounds appealing, HubSpot is hiring a Manager, Vendor Management to help the company improve and refine its procurement and risk practices. This newly created position will empower the wider organization to make decisions, guided by sound processes and enablement tools that suit a rapidly scaling business. 

The right candidate will be hands-on in developing and implementing HubSpot’s procurement processes and engaging with internal stakeholders to shape the future of vendor management. This role is a close partner to IT, compliance, legal, and security, helping to build a streamlined process for vendor review, management, and onboarding/offboarding. They will be a process-oriented leader who can build strong partnerships with department leaders to manage demand, current and future roadmaps, and vendor partnerships.

The best candidate for this position will have previous experience building vendor management teams and procurement solutions. They will also have experience with improving cross-functional processes. They must have a strong skill for creating data-focused narratives around procurement, and be able to communicate these effectively across the org. 

3. Oracle 


If your procurement job search is focused on sustainability and diversity, Oracle is in search of an Environmental Procurement Manager to lead a team of Program Managers and Business Analysts for Source-to-Settle (S2S). This role is part of the Technology Lifecycle Management, responsible for retired assets, refurbishment, data deletion and management, and landfill avoidance. This role also works to maintain sustainability initiatives within Oracle, ensuring collaboration with socially and environmentally responsible companies, encouraging supplier diversity, and guiding these efforts cross-functionally. 

The successful candidate will be an effective, proven leader and communicator, building relationships across category leaders and stakeholders. They will also manage the budgetary functions of the team, reviewing annual budgets, make necessary adjustments, justifying spend, etc.

Requirements include five or more years of experience, with a Bachelor’s degree and experience relevant to the role. This role includes domestic and international travel.

Note: This role is assigned to one of Source-to-Settle’s strategic locations: Austin, TX (primary choice) or Rocklin, CA. No other locations will be considered and relocation assistance is not available.

4. RingCentral

If you’re interested in the legal aspects of a procurement job, RingCentral is in search of a Legal Director, Procurement to protect and guide the company in its procurement activities. This person will protect the company from threats, guide internal policy decisions, and drive ideas. This role will blend expert legal skills with management and leadership responsibilities as the head of RingCentral’s procurement contracts group.

The Legal Director, along with their team, will negotiate domestic and international contracts, including complex, high-value agreements with strategic partners and providers to high-volume, standard procurement contracts. The candidate will also advise on worldwide marketing and contest initiatives. 

Candidates should possess a J.D. with top academic credentials, and a state Bar membership of at least one year. They should have ten years of experience with several years at a leading law firm or in-house environment, as well as experience leading a small team. Strong contracts and transaction experience with a focus on technology licensing and lifecycle management is required. 

5. SailPoint

For those with an interest in identity security, SailPoint is hiring a Global Procurement Manager to assist in the creation, implementation and on-going management of the competitive bid process for goods and services. 

This role will assist the Procurement team in development of contracting strategies and processes for Requests for Proposals (RFPs), reviewing and leveling vendor proposals, and negotiating contracts that result in the best value possible. They will manage purchasing plans and strategies regarding long-term spend.

This person is expected to have excellent communication and leadership skills, sharp analytical and statistical skills, and experience with both near-term and long-term goals and planning.

Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and have experience with contract negotiations, project management, and competitive bidding for indirect spending. This position may require up to 10% travel.

6. Smartsheet

Planning and organization are mission-critical at Smartsheet, a cloud-based platform for work and project management. The team is looking for a Senior Vendor Risk Procurement Manager to help the Procurement team identify and mitigate supplier risks.

This newly-established role, reporting to Smartsheet’s global Procurement leader, is “the first of its kind, allowing you to recommend, influence, and operationalize this area in Procurement, and will have a material impact on our organization.” 

Located in Bellevue, Washington, this person will lead the development of the Procurement Risk Management role, implementing a full risk strategy, providing reporting for in-scope supplier-related risk, and acting as an expert and monitor for financial health, concentration risk, diversity statuses and certifications, reputational risk, COI collection, and monitoring. 

Requirements include a Bachelor’s in business, supply chain, procurement, or another related field, as well as 10 or more years of experience in Procurement with a focus on supplier performance management and oversight. Three of these years should focus on third-party risk management, with certification required.

7. Stripe 

Stripe’s Procurement team continues to expand as the company experiences rapid growth. They are currently looking to add a Strategic Sourcing Lead to maximize value through supply and negotiation optimization. This team member will focus on establishing trusted business partner relationships across Stripe to ensure early and active participation across the full lifecycle of strategic sourcing and corporate procurement.

This person will work closely with teams to drive enterprise-level procurement solutions, increase supplier management effectiveness, and act as a champion across channels for Stripe’s 3rd party risk programs.

The ideal candidate should have 10 or more years’ experience in procurement, with five focused on strategic sourcing. They’ll have a solid understanding of legal terminology supplier agreements specific to technology.

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