Strategic Procurement Manager, Business Travel
Strategic Procurement Manager, Business Travel - £25bn+ FTSE 30 - London + Flex Working - £50,000 + Bonus
Global FTSE 30 major seeks passionate Travel Procurement expert to join their Management team, upskill a Travel Procurement Specialist and be a pivotal figure in the Global Procurement Steering committee.
As Strategic Procurement Manager, Business Travel you will:-
- Have strategic ownership of Airlines, Hotels, Conferences & Events categories as well as overall Travel policy, embedding innovation throughout the category management process
- Identify and pursue a strategic sourcing agenda which maximises the contribution of the Travel categories to the Firm through active support of key stakeholders and budget-holders
- Support global initiatives that seek to aggregate spend and leverage greater value for the UK firm through cross-border sourcing activities
- Skilfully manage and manoeuvre potential tensions between business requirements and the application of procurement best-practice
Required candidate background:-
- A successful Blue Chip, FTSE 100 or Fortune 500 career to date within Procurement, Strategic Sourcing & Category Management
- Subject matter expertise across Business Travel procurement categories (Airlines, Hotels, Conferences & Events)
- Degree & MCIPS preferred though not essential
This is a brilliant opportunity to break into a globally revered FTSE 100 organisation, work with highly intelligent and aspirational procurement thought leaders, and pave your way towards Procurement Directorship.
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Key Skills: Procurement, Procurement Manager, Strategic Sourcing, Category Management, Travel, Airlines, Hotels, Marketing, Creative, Purchasing, Buying, People Management, Stakeholder management, Supplier relationship management, SRM, Contract management, negotiation, FTSE 100