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    City of London

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    £72000.00 - £78000.00 per annum + Pension

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    Elizabeth Hitchings

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An exciting new opportunity for a Procurement Manager to join a major construction company based in London with a salary up to £78,000 + benefits. The Procurement Manager will lead and manage the procurement of subcontract packages consisting of Civil Engineering works, Professional Services and Engineering agreements. They will also occasionally travel to the Birmingham site.

Candidates will have previous experience within purchasing and procurement, at Category Manager or Procurement Manager level, and be keen to develop themselves in their career.

Responsibilities of the Procurement Manager:

  • Develop and/or improve Procurement Procedures
  • Lead and manage the performance of the procurement by implementing SMART targets, capturing value engineering and innovation, and driving continuous improvement
  • Coordinate and plan the effective and efficient procurement of subcontracts, sub consultancies, materials, equipment and any associated services.
  • Establish procurement best practice including category management and use of global suppliers, if appropriate, to enhance competitiveness.
  • Ensure that Providers' capability and competence are assessed against the project's required standards and policies.
  • Liaise with the Engineering and Construction teams on specification and technical matters.
  • Negotiate and place contracts in liaison with the Commercial Manager, Procurement Manager, Construction Manager and Package Manager.
  • Develop long term relationships with strategically important suppliers, setting up preferred supplier agreements, frameworks, and call-offs.
  • Lead, in conjunction with the Procurement Manager, the development of strategies for the management of the Providers performance risk to enhance the delivery of business objectives.

Person Specification of the Procurement Manager:

  • Understanding of NEC3 contracts and experience negotiating and drafting NEC 3 Subcontracts
  • Procurement experience on major construction and infrastructure projects


Up to £78,000 + pension + subsidised travel to Birmingham

This role will be ideal for you if you have previous experience within purchasing and procurement as a Procurement Manager, Purchasing Manager, Category Manager or Commodity Manager.