​SPOTTERS FEE–Consultant Gig #865–Australia/NZ–Infrastructure Client–Oracle Fusion Procurement–Implementation Optimisation

As the business continues its path of reform, customers remain at the centre of everything we do enabled by a program of investments in technology, people and new energy services, and a clear focus on commercial leadership and cultural excellence.

We currently have an opportunity for a consultant to work on the optimisation of Procurement processes and systems, in particular, Non-Inventory Requisitions to Payment, and Sourcing and Supplier Contracts Management. An intimate knowledge of Oracle Fusion (Cloud) Procurement is a must, coupled with experience in Procurement process business applications, ideally in energy or utilities.

The individual is required to demonstrate a high level of relevant experience and an in-depth understanding to:

  • Design and re-engineer processes, workflows and system interfaces that are portable and scalable
  • Collaboratively deliver process improvements through process automation and data analytics to support evolving operational needs
  • Continually assess operational risks and propose effective solutions for process and control improvements

Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum 2-3 year of experience in a similar role.
  • Tertiary qualification in an IT discipline
  • A collaborative individual with strong stakeholder engagement skills
  • Superior people management and interpersonal skills in communicating, influencing and negotiating
  • Experience and skill in working and dealing with business units and key stakeholders
  • Experience in identifying, analysing and solving complex problems
  • Strong analytical capability and attention to detail



Start: Immediate start, duration: Initially 6 months (extension possible)

Location: Sydney

Rates: The net rates to the consultant will be market-rate based on experience for the right professional, junior to senior

Close date: No later than Wednesday 18th May 2022, 5pm AEST





Consultant Gig #866–Australia–ESG–Consultant

An existing ICG client needs to develop a new mechanism to fund IT infrastructure which is required over and above-funded business and major infrastructure spend. This new “tax” needs to be justified to various stakeholders and will be triangulated from historic exceptions and peer case study reviews and any other data sources deemed valid by the project sponsors.