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    City of London

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    £53000.00 - £58000.00 per annum

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    Gabriel Monteiro

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Procurement Policy & Process Manager

A fantastic opportunity for a Procurement Policy & Process Manager to join a leading infrastructure project in London with a salary up to £58,000. This Procurement Manager position has been created due to business growth. The procurement manager will sit in the procurement and commercial department, with excellent progression opportunities over the next few years.

Candidates will have previous experience within purchasing or procurement specifically within a regulated/public-funded environment, at procurement manager, procurement specialist, senior buyer, or procurement officer level.

Role responsibilities of the Procurement policy & Process Manager include:

-The procurement of materials & components as required by use of the MRP system
-Negotiation and development of contracts within the purchasing team for the procurement of direct materials
-Supplier performance management
-Develop & strengthen relationships with suppliers and internal departments
-Control & minimize freight costs coming from far east supply chain
- Work with Buyer / Procurement Administrators to expedite orders.

Person Specification of the Buyer:

  • Analytical skills with the ability to review and present improvements to processes, procedures, templates and systems
  • Ability to produce and present documents and reports to a variety of audiences
  • Prioritisation and organisational skills
  • Ability to organise meetings and co-ordinate workshops and panel meetings to deadlines
  • Stakeholder management skills and the ability to maintain effective relationships with across the organisation
  • Facilitation skills.
  • Understanding of procurement and contact management processes
  • Knowledge of applicable EU and UK procurement legislation (OJEU)
  • Understanding of continuous improvement methodologies and process mapping.
  • Experience of working within a procurement, contract management or commercial structure
  • Experience of systems and reporting applications
  • Experience of managing the gathering and analysing information from multiple stakeholders and sources.
  • Experience of working in an environment where quality and consistency of documentation is a business priority.
Up to £58k

This role will be well suited to you if you have held a role within purchasing or procurement as a procurement manager, procurement specialist, procurement officer, or senior buyer.