Procurement Leader withing FTSE 100 firm
£35,000 - £45,000 + Excellent Package + Relocation Assistance
This renowned FTSE 100 firm is driven to provide their customers with a competitive edge by producing the highest quality product. With operations in over 35 countries this is a firm with a truly global reach. Due to unrelenting expansion this multinational corporation are looking to expand their procurement function and as such are in search of a Procurement Leader to work within the development of their upcoming project.
Procurement Leader role profile: -
- Management of you own contracts in accordance with the established Supply Chain and Procurement processes and procedures.
- Leading Supplier Management focusing on negotiation of contracts / Conducting CSRs / Performance Improvements / Supplier Development Activities.
- Accountability for all Supply Chain and Procurement activity within your area of responsibility.
- Consistently maintaining the levels of reporting required across your team within Cost Management / Spend Management / Supplier Performance / Schedule Delivery Performance within data and hardware.
Required background: -
- A history of excellence when negotiating with senior stakeholders and subcontractors.
- An outstanding knowledge of SAP.
- Significant management and leadership skills.
- Good people management skills in order to align supply chain and procurement with other functions.
- A proven history of Cost Forecasting and knowledge of the value of equipment being procured as well as the required actions if performance is not meeting the identified standard.
This is an excellent opportunity for an individual to break into a global firm within an award-winning procurement function in the infancy on one of its most valued projects. To find out more about this position please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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