Procurement Manager

Location: Nottinghamshire

Job Type: Permanent

Contact Email: lee.gibbons@cherryprofessional.co.uk

Contact Phone: 0115 9222240

Sector: Administration and Business Professionals

Salary: 53000

Start Date: 2024-06-27

Consultant: Lee Gibbons

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Procurement Manager | Nottinghamshire | Salary up to £53,000 per annum
As a Procurement Manager you have overall budget responsibility for the department & business unit. Responsible for the development and implementation of purchasing strategy, policy and processes along with the commitment to delivery pre-defined annual savings target.
 
Responsibilities:

  • Building and maintaining long-term relationships with vendors and suppliers.
  • Approving purchase orders and organizing and confirming delivery of goods and services.
  • Performing risk assessments on potential contracts and agreements.
  • Controlling the procurement budget and promoting a culture of long-term saving on procurement costs.
  • Overseeing and managing the IT systems that track shipments, inventory, and the supply of goods.
  • Preparing procurement reports.
  • Managing stock across all locations to an optimised point to support Operational efficiency whilst optimising the inventory held.
  • Overseeing the daily activities of the purchasing team, including delegating tasks and supervising the current team
  • Developing procurement strategies that are inventive and cost-effective.
  • Sourcing of and negotiating with reliable suppliers and vendors to secure advantageous terms.
  • Reviewing existing contracts with suppliers and vendors to ensure on-going feasibility
  • Utilise appropriate resources including Supplier Development to ensure appropriate supplier partnerships and delivery of sourced products.
  • Develop creative and innovative procurement processes.
  • Provide management reports and key performance data and monitor cost savings.
  • Manage relationships with suppliers and select and develop new suppliers.
  • Negotiate and manage contract terms with suppliers to ensure value for money, quality standards and delivery terms with technical and operational input from stakeholders and colleagues.
  • Review and negotiate existing agreements to optimise commercial terms.
  • Assess tenders from potential suppliers.

 
 
Ideal Candidate:

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a procurement manager role, ideally within the engineering sector
  • Bachelor’s degree in supply chain management, logistics, or business administration
  • Proven experience managing supply chain operations.
  • Procurement cost management and analysis skills are essential
  • Experience using supply chain management software and tools, including Oracle, SAP Ariba, and/or
  • In-depth knowledge of preparing and reviewing contracts, invoicing, and negotiation terms.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access).
  • Management and leadership skills.
  • Multi-tasking and time-management skills, with the ability to prioritise task

 
 
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