IT Procurement Manager - Global Technology Major - £40-50K
Location: Nationwide offices, with the option to base yourself remotely
If you are an ambitious procurement professional with experience in IT procurement, who currently seeks a step up into a Global Organisation where you can work on cutting-edge projects, then this could be a fantastic next step.
I have engaged with a world-leading technology firm, who due to expansion and investment continually being poured into the IT department, seek a strong procurement candidate to join their first-class function.
In this position, you will be reporting directly to the Head of IT Procurement and working across end to end processes in software, hardware, SaaS, cloud and more. With spends in the hundreds of £Millions, this is an excellent opportunity to elevate your career into a dynamic, complex and innovative environment and grow your network of Global stakeholders.
This is a permanent position where you can be based anywhere in the UK, either at home or in one of their many state of the art offices. The salary is up to £50,000 plus package, with huge opportunities to develop, and a clear progression path set in place. They therefore seek someone who has a strong technical capability in IT procurement, and will also fit with their best-in-class culture. If you are keen to progress, and flourish in a dynamic and fast paced environment where there is a constant focus on current innovations, this could be an excellent fit.
To find out more or have a general discussion about procurement opportunities in the UK, please send your CV to Molly at jobsMN@bramwithconsulting.co.uk
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