Reporting to the Head of Procurement the Procurement Manager plays a central role in driving delivery of enhanced operational control and efficiency through close management of relationships with existing and new suppliers regarding spend processes.
The Procurement Manager will work as a key stakeholder manager to several cross-functional areas of the business as well as with external advisers. Given the focus on expenditure and purchasing controls you will be required to business partner with Finance to identify and deliver real savings. Likewise, you will be business partner Finance to help drive continuous enhancements in the PO systems and processes.
The role of Procurement Manager is to provide support and business partnering to key business areas, value benchmark, formulate bench-marking strategies for key suppliers, evaluate key market trends/risks/opportunities, manage supplier data, drive rationalisation projects, control expenditure and drive savings improvements through recommendation. Underlying all this is the need to be a strong communicator, influencer and relationship builder. The industry is complex and the Procurement function burgeoning. Now is the time to come on board and make a real difference in one of the region's leading organisations.
- Be MCIPS qualified
- Hold a Degree qualification
- Be an excellent communicator, influencer and business partner possesses a strong commercial acumen