An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Procurement Manager to join a growing procurement team based in Surrey. Reporting to the Head of Procurement your role will include:
* Managing a diverse range of indirect spend categories leading on cost control and risk reduction * Responsible for sourcing decisions of a critical nature to the business (a range of contracts up to £25mill between 3-5 years in length) * Lead on Procurement and Supplier Management across all business units * Support Head of Procurement on policy and process development * Negotiate terms and conditions of supplier contracts * Drive continuous improvements and uphold high standards of procurement function * Manage two direct reports
This role will suit a procurement professional with a range of indirect category experience. You must be able to works as a team player in a small team and be used to a hands on operational approach. Team management experience is essential for this role.
The Procurement Manager role is paying between £55k - £60k depending on experience.
Please quote 40804 when calling Alexander Lloyd on 01293 572900 and ask for our Procurement division. This is only one of many vacancies we are handling. Alexander Lloyd Procurement Solutions is the leading recruiter for Sourcing/Procurement/Purchasing/Vendor Management/Supplier Relationship Management/Supply Chain individuals across the UK.
Due to the high amount of interest that we receive for each of our roles unfortunately we cannot respond to each application individually, therefore if you do not hear back from one of our consultants you have not been shortlisted for this role. Please continue to check our website www.alexanderlloyd.co.uk for any other roles which may be of interest.
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