Genevieve AlexanderProcurement Consultant

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Genevieve is an experienced procurement professional with a demonstrated history of working on complex, transformational projects across non-clinical and indirect supply chains in government, health and aged care and the private sector.

She has a broad range of experience working across categories such as electricity and gas, facilities management, travel, contingent labour, biomedical servicing and maintenance and corporate and professional services. She specialises in stakeholder management, change management, supplier and stakeholder engagement, driving strategic sourcing initiatives, complex negotiations, advanced contract management and category management.

Genevieve’s key procurement achievements include:

– Development and implementation of inaugural Modern Slavery Policy and Supplier Code of Conduct as well as delivery of two (2) x Modern Slavery Statements for Australia’s largest catholic not-for-profit health care provider

– Representation on the Queensland Government’s Energy Productivity Working Group

– Negotiation of a consolidated Agreement for waste management services, resulting in operational and efficiencies and significant annual savings to the organisation

– Outsourcing of entirety of biomedical servicing and maintenance across both public and private hospital sites for a national healthcare provider

– Consolidation of over 40 suppliers into a single, standardised panel of providers

She is passionate about learning and expanding her skillset. With a keen focus on sustainability, social and ethical procurement and helping organisations improve their corporate responsibility strategies including mitigation and eradication of modern slavery risks across supply chains.

Genevieve has qualifications in business and government procurement and contracting. She has also recently finished a Community Directors Course with a focus on developing community organisations. She is currently completing a Bachelor of International Business.


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