What does a Project Sourcing Manager do?

Sourcing managers analyze and direct the costs and expenditures related to a company's procurement. They source a company's strategic supply partners and develop sourcing policies. Sourcing managers also create cost estimates and forecasts for the procurement and negotiate reasonable and cost-effective contracts. They evaluate sourcing procedures, present improvement strategies for senior management approval, and analyze and calculate procurement costs and research and develop cost reduction strategies.

Sourcing managers drive purchasing decisions based on scenario analysis, market trends, and cost and negotiate contracts with key suppliers. They collaborate with the procurement department and identify and follow up with potential new suppliers. They conduct market research, create forecasts and cost estimates, and are responsible for hiring, training, and managing procurement department employees. They maintain strategic sourcing relationships, develop strong partnerships, and need a bachelor's degree in business, economics, finance, logistics, or related fields and at least four years of procurement experience in a related industry.

Work/Life Balance
3.5 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.5 ★
Avg. Experience5-7 years

Project Sourcing Manager Salaries

Average Base Pay

$104,155 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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Median: $104K
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Project Sourcing Manager Career Path

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Bundl Technologies
Sourcing Manager
Jul 28, 2021

“Things were great to work there but I don't know what is the current situation.”

Sourcing Manager
Sep 10, 2020

“The career development path is very related to in what way or manner your manager wants to support you and not depend on your performance.”

Pratt & WhitneyPratt & Whitney
Sourcing Manager
Mar 10, 2020

“Politics and no clearly defined career path”

Sourcing Manager
Sep 4, 2019

“Internal issues and that's affecting our daily job and performance”

Provincial Health Services AuthorityProvincial Health Services Authority
Sourcing Manager
Sep 16, 2021

“Career development support is weak.”

Sourcing Manager
Jul 19, 2019

“Good salary and package.”

Hana Tour
Hotel Sourcing Manager
Jul 5, 2021

“Good work and life balance.”

Global Sourcing Director
Aug 31, 2021

“Good culture and identity.”

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