Working for this fantastic not for profit organisation in London, the role of Procurement Manager will be responsible for providing an expert procurement resource to the rest of the organisation, whilst working collaboratively and also ensuring that procurement best practice is followed.
Day to day you will be responsible for delivering a responsive and effective, compliant and customer focused procurement service that
supports the delivery of strategic objectives.
Role duties will include:
- Oversee and support the delivery of all procurement activity including managing processes that support the tendering, purchasing and contracting of externally provided goods and services.
- Review and maintain compliance against the procurement policy and procedures for the organisation which reflects procurement good practice.
- Providing expert guidance, support and workable solutions on implementing procurement good practice aimed at achieving value for money and compliance of sector regulations and requirements.
- Assisting staff in implementing procurement processes while ensuring the delivery of cash and efficiency savings wherever possible.
- Identifying areas of spend that will benefit from review and benchmarking and overseeing the carrying out of those reviews activities in consultation with stakeholders where relevant including creating a preferred supplier list.
- Develop and implement a robust mechanism for effective oversight of all purchasing and service relationships from start to end.
- Providing staff with a first line of call for legal and contractual advice on contracts and agreements, and where necessary, source appropriate cost effective external legal advice.
- Assisting staff in drafting appropriate legal contracts and agreements and ensuring the model forms of contract are relevant and up to date.
You will need to be an experienced procurement professional and have some experience of previously working in the not for profit or public sector.
This role offers flexible working with occasional travel to the London office required. The salary being offered is circa £42,000.