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Brand: Corporate

Role: Sr Manager PPM - Supply Chain (REMOTE)

Location: United States

City, State: Remote

Job Area: Full time

Job ID: 202410458

Job Category: Technology

Sr Manager PPM - Supply Chain (REMOTE)
Remote

At DICK’S Sporting Goods, we believe in how positively sports can change lives. On our team, everyone plays a critical role in creating confidence and excitement by personally equipping all athletes to achieve their dreams. We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workforce, reflecting the communities we serve.

If you are ready to make a difference as part of the world’s greatest sports team, apply to join our team today!

OVERVIEW:

OVERVIEW:

Manage a team comprised of portfolio managers, program managers, and/or

scrum masters. This includes building and leading a world class team, goal

setting, assigning team members to programs and initiatives, and managing the

ongoing allocation and performance of the team. Manages third party vendor

relationships, contracts and resources to meet staffing needs beyond core team.

Collaborates with internal and external multi-disciplinary teams to facilitate the

planning and execution of defined outcomes and priorities. Contributes to the

execution and advancement of PPM practices across one or more portfolios.

  • Digital Strategy/Transformational Projects Execution: Lead execution of digital road map, establishing and managing business processes, programs, and initiatives, resource allocation, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), and governance activities

  • Culture of Innovation: Define the execution plan to disseminate innovative capabilities across thebusinesses, helping people develop these competencies and enabling them to innovate through solutions such as idea generation platforms, jam sessions, and hackathons.

  • Program Risk and Issue Management: Manage identification of risks, issues, dependencies, and constraints associated with one or more complex programs or initiatives, escalating these where appropriate. Where necessary, develop, agree on, and implement solutions to overcome these.

  • Portfolio Risk and Issue Management: Manage identification of risks, issues, dependencies, and constraints are managed appropriately at portfolio level. Where risks or issues threaten delivery of the portfolio, develop and agree recovery plans

  • Program/Portfolio Planning: Manage the production of program plans, ensuring that all activities are identified, are appropriately organized and resourced to deliver program objectives, and comply with the organization's program management framework

  • Reporting and Review: Drive the review of existing operations in area of responsibility and team's to generate new ideas to facilitate continuous improvement

  • Continuous Improvement: Drive the review of existing operations in area of responsibility and team's to generate new ideas to facilitate continuous improvement

  • Program Assurance: Ensure that program and/or portfolio-level independent assurance reviews are conducted within defined area of responsibility, taking appropriate action to resolve issues and ensure high-quality delivery. Foster a business culture which places value on the principles that underlie program assurance.

  • Resource Management: Ensure that all programs and initiatives within defined area of responsibility are appropriately prioritized and resourced to deliver their immediate and long-term objectives and that these resources are utilized effectively.

  • Stakeholder Management: Oversee the development and implementation of stakeholder engagement strategies and plans across the programs and/or portfolios within area of responsibility to identify relevant stakeholders, to create mutually supportive working relationships, and to ensure that each stakeholder has an appropriate share of voice at program and portfolio levels

  • Program Team Management: Sets direction and work assignments for team members, including providing leadership in the definition of vision and communicates the outcomes needed along with providing guidance to achieve outcomes; ensures the continued growth in the overall capability through training, coaching, and mentoring.

  • Leadership and Direction: Identify and communicate the actions needed to implement the function's strategy and business plan within the business area or department; explain the relationship to the broader organization's mission, vision and values; motivate people to commit to these and to doing extraordinary things to achieve local business goals.

  • Benefit Realization: Oversee the development and implementation of a strategy to ensure that intended business benefits are realized across programs and/or portfolios and domains within area of responsibility.

  • Transformational Change Management: Act as a transformational change agent within assigned programs and area of responsibility, ensuring integration with other disciplines/functions; build management commitment and use structured change management methodologies to drive acceptance of change and to embed desired culture and behaviors

  • Program Governance: Ensure that roles and responsibilities are clearly defined within area of responsibility, and ensure compliance with the organization's wider program and/or portfolio management decision-making structures and processes.

  • Portfolio Management: Initiate and lead the governance and delivery of portfolio outcomes within a broad area of responsibility, using appropriate portfolio management methodologies to give assurance that intended outcomes are identified and achieved.

  • Budgeting: Drive, develop and/or deliver budget plans with guidance from senior teammates

  • Organizational Capability Building: Evaluate the capabilities of staff within the department to identify gaps and prioritize development activities. Implement the organization's formal development frameworks within the area of responsibility. Coach and mentor others to support the development of the organization's talent pool.

  • Information and Business Advice: Manage and report on the performance of a substantial, diverse team; set appropriate performance objectives for direct reports or project / account team members and hold them accountable for achieving these; take appropriate corrective action where necessary to ensure the achievement of team / personal objectives.

  • Performance Management: Manage and report on the performance of a substantial, diverse team; set appropriate performance objectives for direct reports or project / account team members and hold them accountable for achieving these; take appropriate corrective action where necessary to ensure the achievement of team / personal objectives

  • Digital Vision and Strategy: Contribute to the development of the digital road map and key strategic enablers, designing the workflow and business processes that allow new applications, products, and services to be rolled out quickly while ensuring that legacy applications and technology operations are maintained at optimal levels.

Vendor Management

  • Vendor Relationship (build proactive, collaborative partnerships)

  • Develop robust vendor partnership evaluation framework

  • Identify and monitor key partnership metrics

  • Results orientated

  • Reduce vendor related risks

  • Monitor spend against budget(s)

  • Drive quality across SC portfolio through vendor activation

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master's Degree or equivalent level

  • General Experience: Wide and deep experience providing expert competence (Over 10 years to 15 years)

  • Managerial Experience: Experience of interpreting strategy and policy in order to set and deliver objectives within medium to long time frames (Over 10 years to 15 years)

  • Multi year experience in large integrated tech programs alongside new construction and overall network upgrade(s)

  • Preferred experience: Experience with Manhattan

Targeted Pay Range: $95,200 - $158,800. This is part of a competitive total rewards package that could include other components such as: incentive, equity and benefits. Individual pay is determined by a number of factors including experience, location, internal pay equity, and other relevant business considerations. We review all teammate pay regularly to ensure competitive and equitable pay.DICK'S Sporting Goods complies with all state paid leave requirements. We also offer a generous suite of benefits. To learn more, visit www.benefityourliferesources.com.
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