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.
Procurement Team Leader - Best-in-Class - Global FTSE 30 - London Flex Working - £80 - 90k Excellent Benefits
This aggressively growing FTSE 30 Firm is urgently seeking an accomplished indirect procurement expert to lead a five strong sourcing tea ...
PROCUREMENT – CATEGORY BUYER – DIRECTS - CONSTRUCTION MAJOR - BOURNEMOUTH - £45-55K PACKAGE
Leading construction contractor seeks Category Buyer to spearhead their direct Procurement function. Aggressive growth over the last 12 months, and the acqu ...
I am currently recruiting a Software Senior Buyer on behalf of our client, a FTSE 100 financial services organisation. The jobholders main responsiblity is to identify opportunities to drive cost reductions.
The jobholder will be required ...
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