Salary for procurement officer

Average salary


3000 £

Basic salary 1600 £
Maximum Wage 7600 £
1600 £
Lowest
4600 £
Average
7600 £
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The average salary for the procurement officer position is 3000 £

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Companies with the highest earnings in position Procurement officer


TALENT TECHNOLOGY GROUP 11666 £
INTELLIGENT RESOURCE 10000 £
GOLDHAWK ASSOCIATES 10000 £
SELLICK PARTNERSHIP 9633 £
RECRUITMENT CIRCLE 9500 £
SOCIAL WORK PARTNERS 8000 £
I2I INDEPENDENT RECRUITMENT CONSULTANCY 6666 £
HUNTRESS 5667 £
FOX MORRIS GROUP 5102 £
FUSION PEOPLE SOLUTIONS 5000 £

Salary in companies


TALENT TECHNOLOGY GROUP 11666 £
1600 £ 11666 £
INTELLIGENT RESOURCE 10000 £
1600 £ 11666 £
GOLDHAWK ASSOCIATES 10000 £
1600 £ 11666 £
SELLICK PARTNERSHIP 9633 £
1600 £ 11666 £
RECRUITMENT CIRCLE 9500 £
1600 £ 11666 £
SOCIAL WORK PARTNERS 8000 £
1600 £ 11666 £
I2I INDEPENDENT RECRUITMENT CONSULTANCY 6666 £
1600 £ 11666 £
HUNTRESS 5667 £
1600 £ 11666 £
FOX MORRIS GROUP 5102 £
1600 £ 11666 £
FUSION PEOPLE SOLUTIONS 5000 £
1600 £ 11666 £

Comment on the job position of procurement officer

Requirements


  • IT procurement experience
  • proficient in IT contract knowledge, specifically SaaS
  • stakeholder management
  • additionally, you will work closely with Stakeholders to understand their requirements, manage expectations, and influence people outside your sphere of responsibility
  • additionally, you will work closely with Stakeholders to understand their requirements, manage expectations and influence people outside your sphere of responsibility
  • regulatory sourcing experience would be desirable
  • also, you'll understand the supply chain and how to manage it
  • A target-focused and result-driven individual, you'll be able to bring about change in an energetic environment
  • your self-confidence and independence will enable you to challenge the norm, think creatively, and negotiate well
  • you will have a broad knowledge of IT markets, business needs and UK Procurement Legislation, able to put this into overall context
  • you'll have excellent communication and numeracy skills, with a highly developed drafting and writing ability
  • you'll have excellent communication and numeracy skills, with a highly-developed drafting and writing ability
  • you'll have a good understanding of relevant statutory and legal provisions, with a strong ability to draft IT contracts with special terms and ensure client has the protection it needs in it contracts for the long term
  • you'll have a good understanding of relevant statutory and legal provisions, with a strong ability to draft IT contracts with special terms and ensure SSE has the protection it needs in it contracts for the long term
  • intelligent Resource Recruitment Limited acts as both an employment business and as an employment agency
  • you'll be responsible for sourcing the supply of IT Services, Software and SaaS in accordance with all internal policies and procedures and external legislation, including UK Procurement Legislation where applicable
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  • MCIPS Qualification is desirable, but not essential
  • A minimum of 5 years of procurement experience, at senior level, within the Public Sector. Including Commissioning
  • experienced in contributing to and developing procurement strategy and approach. Global procurement exposure will be advantageous, but not essential

Responsibility


  • contributes to defining procurement strategy for all categories, in alignment with the Ecosystem
  • define category guidelines and SOP’s
  • promote and foster procurement culture across the organisation
  • lead budget planning activities in collaboration with business functions
  • monitor and review continuously budget for all the categories
  • collaborates with other functions in the definition of policies, quality criteria , legal environmental , ethical to purchase goods/services
  • supports contract harmonization among categories according to procurement category leader and legal guidelines
  • conducts negotiation with suppliers for goods & services categories, in alignment with FBC UK procedures and Ecosystem Code of Business conduct
  • applies and implements purchasing policies, vendor management and developing policies, based in technical, organisational, economical and international financial knowledge
  • acts as first reference point for any issue management, claim management and supplier service level
  • develop, implement and advocate the procurement strategy for the Group
  • driving continuous improvement, best value and quality partnerships with suppliers, contributing to the assessment and delivery of savings targets and other KPIs
  • provide support to suppliers via telephone
  • maintain accurate supplier records in the appropriate management systems
  • use appropriate Category Management tools and techniques to ensure value for money and to evidence procurement best practice
  • set suppliers up on the online procurement system
  • research, assess and prioritise stakeholder requirements, ensuring value for money outcomes and risk assured solutions are achieved
  • deal with requests for amendments to bank details
  • contribute to the development and use of documented policies and procedures for procurement and ensure their application by colleagues and stakeholders
  • provide regular reporting on procurement activity across the organisation

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