A job for life is something that many people find quite scary, especially in a modern world that is characterised by freedom of movement and job flexibility. But can a career in purchasing really be a job for life?
There are many, rather hopeful published studies at the moment, pointing to the huge benefits of ‘bringing back’ manufacturing to post-industrial states. But this supposedly obvious business case seems to have alluded most companies.
The old adage can equally apply to procurement’s relationships with key suppliers – especially in the era of the extended supply chain when unexpected supplier actions or practices can cause problems – ought to be common sense.
I am recruiting a P2P Consultant on behalf on my client, a FTSE financial services organisation that has a presence in over 100 countries. This is an exciting opportunity for a experienced P2P specialist to lead an Ariba optimisation project covering ...
Strategic Procurement Manager - B2B Marketing & Market Data - Blue Chip Professional Services Firm- £55 - 65k Benefits Great work-life balance
This £Multi-Billion Blue Chip firm are seeking a charismatic Marketing Procurement professional to embr ...
PROCUREMENT - CATEGORY MANAGER – DIRECT - GLOBAL CONSTRUCTION MAJOR – GREATER LONDON - £40-65K
Responsible for some of the most impressive and lucrative construction projects globally, this FTSE 100 major is looking for a talented Category Manager to ...
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