The success of sourcing depends on proper planning, good understanding of projects goals and deliverables by all stakeholders – it has a lot more in common with a football philosophy than you might think.
Whether accepting a project role or a buyer’s role in procurement or whether your career started in another function it does not matter too much as long as you have defined for yourselves a clear future road map to become ultimate the procurement leader (CPO) or even beyond.
Of increasing interest to companies are opportunities to enhance leverage in the marketplace and reduce the time spent on contract negotiation, which is where consultants and aggregators/GPOs most heavily compete.
Junior Procurement Manager- Direct Services- FTSE100 Engineering Company- Leicester- Salary £30k to £35k plus package
Rapid growth and increasing consumer demand has caused a leading FTSE100 Engineering Company to up-scale its procurement team. A pre ...
Global Procurement Manager L&D - Future Leaders Scheme - Fast-paced FTSE 100 - London OR West London - £45 - 60k Bonus Benefits
As part of an executive sponsored programme to centralise a £100m L&D spend, this iconic Blue Chip brand is looking t ...
Purchasing Manager - Fresh Produce
Role: Development of a network of produce vendors, liaising with multiple European suppliers/distributors (experience of sourcing in Germany a distinct advantage)Purchase and manage the complexities of supplying hu ...
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