McKinsey & Company Procurement Implementation Consultant in Denver, Colorado

QualificationsBachelor's degree (advanced degree preferred)3+ years of global purchasing experience for a large organization,preferred in an operating/line role, change management role or continuousimprovement roleExperience designing end-to-end procurement strategies and history of leadingsustainable high impact sourcing approachesExperience with traditional IT solutions and integrated business planning,web based solutionsExpertise in basic materials, chemicals, health care, high tech, oil& gas, or pharmaceuticals is preferredDemonstrated aptitude for analyticsProven record of leadership in a work setting and/or through extracurricularactivitiesAbility to work effectively with people at all levels in an organizationComfort with extensive travel (4-5 days a week)Who You'll Work WithAt McKinsey, you can build a career out of making things happen! You'llbe working with McKinsey Implementation - a rapidly growing capability for ourfirm - in one of our offices in North America. As a member of MI, you'llwork in a collaborative culture, working closely with our client projectteams solving their toughest problems, providing end-to-end support toensure the clients are able to deliver and sustain the full benefits ofMcKinsey's recommended change in their business.What You'll DoAs a Purchasing Implementation Coach, you will help clients to build thestrategies, capabilities, systems and processes needed to deliver bottomline results and ensure those results are sustained. You'll have theopportunity to make a meaningful, hands-on contribution by managing projectsand progress with minimal supervision, including tracking metrics,handling complex analyses, and preparing communications to report back toclient and internal leadership. You will develop trust-based relationshipswith clients and be seen as a specialist in implementation and deliveringresul#LI-POSTEqual Opportunity Employment DisclaimerMcKinsey & Company is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualifiedapplicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, nationalorigin, disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics.