£38000 - £42000 per annum
12 months ago
Our client, a high profile charitable organisation, is looking for a creative and enthusiastic Procurement Manager to work with the Head of Procurement to ensure maximum value for money and support the roll out of a new Purchase to Pay solution. You will be MCIPS qualified or part qualified, have experience of managing the entire procurement lifecycle, implementing P2P systems, analysing financial spend data and have excellent relationship building skills with stakeholders.
You will manage high value and high-risk procurement projects, reviewing all existing and new service contracts, driving compliance and procurement policies/procedures to enable the charity to become more efficient and effective. This role will also involve regular interaction with a variety of key stakeholder groups from regional managers to international groups therefore building and maintaining strong relationships is key. The perfect candidate for this role would be a Procurement Manager who has experience in both the Public and Private Sector, a working knowledge of contract law and has experience of procuring goods and services, to include - IT & Telco, staffing/agencies, print, marketing and travel.
Key skills and experience:
·Forward-thinking, enthusiastic and dedicated individual
·MCIPS qualified or part qualified
·Public Sector procurement - covering indirect spend (IT & Telco, staffing/agencies, print, marketing and travel)
·Proven history of implementing a Purchase to Pay solution
·Strong interpersonal skills and ability to engage and advise senior stakeholders
·Ability to influence stakeholders and manage suppliers effectively
·Proven track record of getting best value for money on all contracts
·Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment
·Previous experience managing the entire procurement lifecycle within the Public or Private Sector
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