Junior Buyer - £30000

Location
Manchester
Salary
GBP28000 - GBP33000 per annum +
Posted
12 Oct 2017
Closes
11 Nov 2017
Ref
1709-51
Contact
jobsLON
Specialist Area
Buying, Procurement
Job Level
Buyer, Specialist
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Junior Buyer - Non-Profit Organisation - London - Birmingham - Manchester - £33000 - Transformation project developing the procurement function into a cross-the-board strategic role

A non-profit organisation have recently pioneered the change of their procurement function into a process that is strategically focused. This opportunity looks at rolling out pre-established strategic contracts across each UK site, developing the function to suit this progressive organisation.

Responsibilities of the Junior Buyer include:

  • Leading high value complex negotiations through to contract award and when required, intervening to solve urgent business requirements.
  • Designing forward-thinking procurement plans that analyse the implementation of contracts, and where appropriate prepare strategic plans that foresee future business needs.
  • Coordinating procurement activities within the organisation through sourcing goods, visiting company sites, in a role filled with autonomy and future sights to career progression.

Experience of the Junior Buyer include:

  • Previous experience of managing procurement exercises up to and in excess of £1,000,000 contracts within indirect procurement, having touched on rolling out strategic plans.
  • It is desirable to be studying towards or to have obtained MCIPS.

For more information on this opportunity, please send an updated CV to me at:

jobsLON@BramwithConsulting.co.uk

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Key Words: Junior Procurement Buyer, Non-Profit Organisation, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Indirect, Direct, Strategic, Tactical, UK, United Kingdom, Charity, Private Sector, Contract Management, Business Needs, Contract Negotiation, MCIPS