Procurement job descriptionPost Job
Work in procurement ranges from officer to manager, lawyer or department head. Adept administrators or officers will be prized for their ability to help ensure a company, department or project can maintain procurement activities that meet specifications, follow established procedures and are documented as required
Administrators may be more actively involved in the day-to-day processing of procurement, while officers frequently are tasked more with managing and overseeing procurement projects. The exact nature of these roles will vary between assignments and there is much overlap. The manager will generally work closely with colleagues and superiors to ensure industry, corporate and supply-chain mandates, strategies and processes are adhered to or optimised where necessary
Some roles will require specialised technical industry knowledge. Others may involve the manager having to develop or establish strategy. Reporting skill, ability to work to KPIs, communication skill, relationship management and dedication to constant improvement will be highly-prized by most employers
Some roles will offer employment on hourly rates ranging between £20 and £35, leading to permanent positions. Salaries for officers and administrators range from £14,000 to £28,000. Managers see median salaries of £50,000 and senior positions can offer £100,000 plus benefits.
Procurement area is where public bodies and companies buy services and goods. A procurement manager is responsible for these purchases. He can buy big quantities of goods in the name of a company to elaborate a product. Other functions of this job placement are to buy human resources, IT, marketing, consultancy services, logistics, and many other services. Procurement managers also control operational aspects related to places, times and strategic planning for purchases.
A Procurement manager usually performs many of the following tasks:
• Keeping up to date with market trends.
• Searching for new suppliers.
• Negotiating prices.
• Checking total costs.
• Working with stakeholders to define needs.
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£30,037.85 - £34,782.59 per year
Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
£80,045 - £87,169 per year
Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
£38000 - £41000 per annum + penison, holiday, flexible working
Leeds, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire
£26000 - £31000 per annum
Hull, North Humberside, North East
£42000 - £45000 per annum
Woking, Surrey, South East
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