UPS is seeking a Data Scientist to join a newly formed Global Source to Pay (S2P) team responsible for the transition of UPS from a myriad of legacy systems to a leading edge Source to Pay platform. You'll will play a key role in the execution of high impact use cases including: strategic sourcing, process automation and domain specific work in transportation, construction project management and fleet management (ground and air) representing over $25 billion in global spend, etc. If you’re looking for an exciting technology career with the world’s largest transportation company, we want to hear from you!
In this role, the Data Scientist will assist UPS in establishing a Master Data Management Strategy for all Sourcing, contracting, and spend related data, and will leverage advanced analytic practices to identify trends and enforce contract and policy compliance. You'll also support reporting initiatives to provide spend and market visibility to the sourcing team and Procurement leadership
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Integrates Data Science with all aspects of UPS’s current and future Source to Pay technology stack though the following:
Contract Risk Exposure Analysis
Compliance with one or more legal/regulatory requirements Process Automation
Utilization of machine learning and other techniques to prevent, detect/resolve transaction level exceptions requiring human intervention
Classification of transactions to correct account, amount and period
Matching invoices line level detail vs. requisition, purchase order and contract commercial terms
Pattern/trend analysis indicative of major demand shift and/or compliance related concerns
Guided Buying/e-commerce platform user interface
Works on multiple use cases with a results driven business orientated approach
Works with departmental project teams and facilitates collaboration with cross-functional stakeholders
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
UPS is an equal opportunity employer. UPS does not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law
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