Procurement / Negotiator - Materials

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Procurement / Negotiator - Materials £44,200 - £50,000 plus Annual Bonus

Our prestigious client has a new opening for an experienced, enthusiastic Procurement Specialist / Materials Negotiator. This important role in the company encompasses the development and implementation of specific procurement Sourcing Methodology strategies to drive performance on cost, quality, service and delivery for the purchase of Goods and Services.

Your role will be to provide the best possible commercial position for the client from a financial and risk perspective. You will be working within a local, Global and Governance framework in line with the business objectives. You will have Vendor Management and previous knowledge and use of NTT. You will have excellent experience of SAP and deliver the strategy to Senior Stakeholders in the business.

Your confidence and influencing skills will be used daily and you will be able to motivate and communicate effectively to all levels of the business. Educated to Degree level (or equivalent) with an Engineering or Economic discipline and CIPS Diploma is essential. Previous Procurement knowledge is desirable and excellent IT skills to include Lotus Notes. In return the client offers an excellent salary plus benefits and Company Car.

Please apply in the first instance with a copy of your CV and details of your relevant experience.

Cordant People is an equal opportunities employer


Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer
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