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Procurement & Supply Chain

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Global Procurement Manager (Warehousing + Logistics)

Slough, Berkshire

A senior role in a truly global team, you'll be responsible for aligning their raw materials procurement strategy with their business goals. Worldwide. You'll lead high value negotiations and drive innovation into their supply chain. You'll nurture lasting relationships and ensure they work with the best suppliers. Along the way you'll lower costs and risks whilst increasing quality and service.

Procurement Manager

London, England

Our high profile and prestigious not for profit client are looking for a forward thinking and innovative Procurement professional to join the Procurement function of this key area of the organisation. This will be a varied role so would suit a self-motivated and innovative individual looking for a role where no two days are the same! You will be responsible for managing multiple stakeholders across London and other U.K sites, encouraging collaboration and best practice across all areas of spend to ensure the organisation benefits from value for money. Key areas of spend will fall within Indirects, Facilities and general goods and services, you will liaise with senior stakeholders in these areas to ensure services are delivered efficiently and the correct Procurement advice is given. You will lead on all Procurements in this area, working in conjunction with the legal team and individual Heads of Departments, using Procurement guidelines and adhering to current legislation. ·Energetic, driven and forward thinking individual ·Ability to act as an advisor within a small but collaborative organisation ·MCIPS qualified ·Strong negotiator and ability to engage and advise senior stakeholders ·Contracts management and effective Supplier Relationship Management skills ·Proven commercial acumen ·Proven track record of implementing Procurement strategies and innovative solutions ·Ability to work under pressure managing multiple projects simultaneously ·Self-starter with gravitas and presence ·Existing knowledge of managing indirect spend - cross category within a Care/NHS background (desirable) ·Ability to work across various sites

Head of Procurement & Vendor Management

City of London, London

Scope/Purpose: Design a global procurement framework that ensures good practice in our buying activities. Work closely with the Group CFO, CIO and business leaders to implement robust processes to ensure we are getting the right quality, service, timeliness and price from vendors that match our strategy and meet the demands of our growing business across a diverse set of service lines and markets. Key Responsibilities: 1. Develop and execute the Group procurement strategy and translate corporate and business goals into actionable procurement targets 2. Responsible for the development, execution and on-going management of all Group contracts and related activities. This involves and not limited to demand management, sourcing execution, contract negotiation, delivery planning and ongoing vendor performance management and improvement 3. Lead the negotiation strategy for large and complex contracts (particularly IT) and partner with Group Legal to ensure appropriate clauses are included in the contracts 4. Design and implement procurement policies with systems analytics to support tendering, contract management, spend analytics and vendor performance management 5. Assemble constituent reporting requirements and develop vendor scorecards and dashboards for presenting financial and performance results including quality, capacities, systems and responsiveness 6. Manage the creation and maintenance of a repository of vendors of all executed contracts to track key dates (expirations, renewals) and vendor spend by category 7. Classify and rationalise the vendor portfolio so that focus can be applied to the most strategically important vendor relationships/engagements 8. Act as the point of contact for escalation and arbitration for relationship issues and contractual conflicts 9. Communicate and instil the importance of procurement within the organisation and evolve procurement into a strategic business function 10. Partner with finance on best ways to manage the global cost base and assist in developing appropriate delegation of authority

Head of Procurement & Vendor Management

City of London, London

Scope/Purpose: Design a global procurement framework that ensures good practice in our buying activities. Work closely with the Group CFO, CIO and business leaders to implement robust processes to ensure we are getting the right quality, service, timeliness and price from vendors that match our strategy and meet the demands of our growing business across a diverse set of service lines and markets. Key Responsibilities: 1. Develop and execute the Group procurement strategy and translate corporate and business goals into actionable procurement targets 2. Responsible for the development, execution and on-going management of all Group contracts and related activities. This involves and not limited to demand management, sourcing execution, contract negotiation, delivery planning and ongoing vendor performance management and improvement 3. Lead the negotiation strategy for large and complex contracts (particularly IT) and partner with Group Legal to ensure appropriate clauses are included in the contracts 4. Design and implement procurement policies with systems analytics to support tendering, contract management, spend analytics and vendor performance management 5. Assemble constituent reporting requirements and develop vendor scorecards and dashboards for presenting financial and performance results including quality, capacities, systems and responsiveness 6. Manage the creation and maintenance of a repository of vendors of all executed contracts to track key dates (expirations, renewals) and vendor spend by category 7. Classify and rationalise the vendor portfolio so that focus can be applied to the most strategically important vendor relationships/engagements 8. Act as the point of contact for escalation and arbitration for relationship issues and contractual conflicts 9. Communicate and instil the importance of procurement within the organisation and evolve procurement into a strategic business function 10. Partner with finance on best ways to manage the global cost base and assist in developing appropriate delegation of authority