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Matthew Williamson

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Matthew Williamson

Associate - Procurement
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IT Category Manager (Charity)

City of London, London

THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE MUST HAVE HELD A PUBLIC SECTOR IT PROCUREMENT ROLE IN THEIR RECENT CAREER HISTORY AND DEMONSTRATE MANAGEMENT OF CATEGORY SPEND IN IT Core competencies: Experience and competencies in procuring Information management, communications, technology and digitalization products and services Experience of strategic procurement processes, as well as operational purchasing procedures. Experience of holding direct responsibility for supplier performance and relationship management. Experience of stakeholder relationship management. Experience of holding responsibility for managing a spend category.

Procurement Logistics Buyer (4 month FTC)

Harlow, Essex

The role: Support the execution of sourcing activity including the preparation and management of tender processes (RFIs/ RFPs), supplier appraisal and selection, negotiation and contract. Assess and negotiate new supplier T&Cs and onboarding new suppliers in terms of set-up. Work flexibly delivering commercial projects as required to maximize value for the organization. Ensuring all commercial activity completed in line with Procurement Policy Raising purchase orders, managing through to delivery Analysis of supply failures and corrective action Take responsibility for actions and analyzing issues whilst delivering the solution to all root causes - not quick fixes Identify risk within the supply chain and manage the appropriate plans to address these in line with recognized tools and standards The person: Experience of working in a commercial environment, with relevant exposure to Procurement principles and techniques Experience in a distribution/logistics procurement role highly desirable, including sourcing packaging materials Experience in working as part of a cross-functional team and influencing others in order to land business change First rate written and verbal communication skills Experience of managing suppliers and stakeholders Experience of commercial negotiation with suppliers Knowledge of contract law desirable

Head of Procurement (Full Time or Part Time)

Sutton, London

IMPORTANT TO NOTE: Applications are open for people wishing to apply on a full time or part time basis. This role can either be a full time position or reduced to a part time position of term time + 3 weeks non-term time. Please enquire for further details. The right person for this role will: Have MCIPS qualification and be able to demonstrate relevant recent experience Have experience of leading and managing a procurement strategy Have a good understanding of working in the education sector (ideal by not essential) Be analytical and commercially driven Be committed to achieving value for money and high efficiencies Have excellent communication skills and be adaptable to a changing work environment The organisation forms a family of specialist education providers for pupils and students from nursery to further education. As an outstanding provider and Academy sponsor, the organisation has a strong track record for making a positive impact within the local communities it serves. The College has 6 centres and the Trust is now home to 14 special schools across London, Surrey and Sussex. As a family of specialist providers with a strong track record, they aim to provide exciting and relevant educational opportunities tailored to the needs and ambitions of our current and future pupils and students with special education needs or who experience other barriers to learning. Application requirements: - it would be highly desirable if applicants had recent experience within the education sector - it would be highly desirable if applicants have CIPS or MCIPS - it would be highly desirable if applicants live near or close to Sutton - it would be highly desirable if applicants had managed a procurement function in a recent role

Head of Procurement (Full Time or Part Time)

Sutton, London

IMPORTANT TO NOTE: Applications are open for people wishing to apply on a full time or part time basis. This role can either be a full time position or reduced to a part time position of term time + 3 weeks non-term time. Please enquire for further details. The right person for this role will: Have MCIPS qualification and be able to demonstrate relevant recent experience Have experience of leading and managing a procurement strategy Have a good understanding of working in the education sector (ideal by not essential) Be analytical and commercially driven Be committed to achieving value for money and high efficiencies Have excellent communication skills and be adaptable to a changing work environment The organisation forms a family of specialist education providers for pupils and students from nursery to further education. As an outstanding provider and Academy sponsor, the organisation has a strong track record for making a positive impact within the local communities it serves. The College has 6 centres and the Trust is now home to 14 special schools across London, Surrey and Sussex. As a family of specialist providers with a strong track record, they aim to provide exciting and relevant educational opportunities tailored to the needs and ambitions of our current and future pupils and students with special education needs or who experience other barriers to learning. Application requirements: - it would be highly desirable if applicants had recent experience within the education sector - it would be highly desirable if applicants have CIPS or MCIPS - it would be highly desirable if applicants live near or close to Sutton - it would be highly desirable if applicants had managed a procurement function in a recent role

Head of Supply Chain Management (tech start-up)

City of London, London

We would love to talk to you if you: Have a graduate degree in electrical or mechanical engineering, business management, logistics or related field. Have 5+ years of experience in supply chain, logistics or procurement efforts of innovative technology products, ideally including with Far East suppliers; Are analytical, goal-orientated, and ROI-focused, and understand what it takes to develop effective relationships with suppliers and other partners to bring quality products into full production. Your main duties and responsibilities will include: Selecting suppliers and contract manufacturers that give the company a competitive supply chain for its products; Devising supply chain strategies for the most cost-effective product differentiation; Managing pilot production and rapid production scale-up of new products; Leading value engineering initiatives to optimize competitiveness of the companys products; Establishing performance metrics for measurement, comparison, or evaluation of factors affecting the supply chain; Developing and maintaining detailed and optimal inventories of materials and supplies located in the company, at sites, and in the factory; Developing policies to increase efficiency throughout the supply chain while ensuring quality and safety; implementing subsequent changes to processes; Identifying optimal shipment and transportation routes with attention to consolidation of warehousing and distribution; Collaborating with other departments and stakeholders to identify and maintain resources needed to establish and provide an effective supply chain; Negotiating prices for raw material, components and assembly with suppliers, vendors, and/or shipping companies; and Monitoring the performance of suppliers, assessing their ability to meet quality and delivery requirements; identifying and qualifying new suppliers in collaboration with other departments.

Procurement Manager (Clinical)

Brixton, London

Purpose: This is a hands-on role, managing a portfolio of high profile and complex major procurement projects and contracts and working extensively across the business with a wide variety of senior stakeholders. You will be experienced at working at a senior level, working with and across multiple disciplines to find solutions to complex business issues, using your procurement and contract management skills to maximize business opportunities, influencing and negotiating with stakeholders to achieve the business outcomes required. Key Responsiblities: To maximise value from the supply chain by developing and leading on strategic procurement and category management across the designated division and associated expenditure categories. Help manage designated expenditure categories across the Trust divisions where appropriate To be able to report saving delivery and operational updates to the Trust divisional heads which will include UPAC, Network care and PRUH To have full visibility of senior category managers work plans and to ensure accountability on project delivery. To take full accountability of assigned strategical clinical projects in line with procurement process and KFM work plan. To deliver benefits in line with agreed Divisional, Departmental and Trust Ensure contract compliance of all expenditure and pursue procurement excellence through the development and implementation of efficient and effective procurement projects across these key areas of expenditure. To develop strategic procurement and commercial strategies for the expenditure categories and to maintain short, medium and long term work plan and benefits forecast with appropriate levels of To deliver strategic procurement and commercial projects in conjunction with key stakeholders. To ensure appropriate and effective contract management is in place in conjunction with key stakeholders for all expenditure across the division/expenditure Key requirements: - Experience within the NHS, or private sector healthcare - Experience with OJEU - Experience sourcing clinical goods - Evidence of working at a strategic level within a procurement team - Ability to work independantly and autonomously Don't miss out on a great role! Apply now!

Contract Manager (Band 8a)

City of London, London

The day to day duties of the contract manager job will include, but are not limited to: - Drafting and negotiating a wide variety of research and research- related agreements including research collaboration, studentships, subcontracts, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, Memoranda of Understanding, data sharing and loan agreements. - Negotiation with funders and collaborators to achieve the best possible contractual terms including with respect to limitation of liability, publications rights and intellectual property - Reviewing draft agreements received from funders and collaborators This position would be ideal for a committed and dedicated contracts manager who is looking to challenge themselves within a collegiate and friendly team environment. The rates offered are competitive and a great opportunity to work in a leading NHS Trust. Due to the high number of applicants for this role if you do not hear back from us regarding this role within seven days then you have not been shortlisted for this vacancy