The Project Procurement Manager will develop and deliver Procurement strategy for allocated Projects with a sound knowledge of Sub-Contract packages, products and services with techniques/skills associated with 'Obtaining best value' results for the Business.
Our client is a global conglomerate organisation with operations in numerous industries
This is an excellent opportunity for a Project Procurement Manager to join our client at an exciting time when new projects are about to start.
You will have responsibility for allocated projects with typical volumes of £20m to £100m; Develop closer relationships with strategic suppliers; Build upon the positive relationships already developed with other Divisions in the UK, identifying 'Best Practices' and motivating the businesses to achieve critical goals; Identify opportunities to maximise the benefits of e-Business solutions; Play an active role in the tendering processes; Ensure that Terms & Conditions secured with Suppliers cover the Risk Criteria; Proactively identify and raise awareness of potential supply chain; and lead supplier development on specified strategic commodities.
You will also assist in the development and implementation of the business unit action plan; Abide by all business compliance requirements; Act as Commodity Leader for specific strategic commodities; Source, assess, develop and maintain supplier relationships; Develop a Procurement strategy to provide structured & professional support to the commercial / tendering managers; and manage quality and delivery of all purchases to project timescales, objectives and equipment specification.
Finally, you will actively support the Procurement Managers objectives to ensure the goals of the organisation are delivered; and place orders against fully authorised requisitions ensuring timely and correct close out of the purchase process including resolving invoice queries.
You will have a bachelors degree in a relevant education background, full CIPS qualification (or working towards) with a minimum of 5 years experience in a procurement department.
You will also previous contractual experience in negotiating terms and conditions for high value items (£ multi-million); a sound understanding of contract law; and strong knowledge of purchasing techniques and skills associated with the procurement of manufacturing and project equipment, goods and services.
You will receive a generous salary, annual bonus (up to 10%), 26 days hols (plus bank hols), company share scheme and a number of flexible benefits.