Interim Strategic Sourcing Manager- Hard Services/ FM
We are proactively looking for an Interim Strategic Sourcing Manager for a property business- Hard Services/ FM. Based in Central London a 12 month Fixed Term Contract.
Our client is a FTSE 250 organisation based in the UK and Ireland who are proactively looking for an Interim Strategic Sourcing Manager- Hard Services/ FM for a 12 month interim basis.
The Interim Strategic Sourcing Manager- Hard Services/ FM in London will be focused on:
-Providing efficient and effective procurement support within the FTSE 250 for strategic sourcing for key areas of spend.
-Influencing the overall business performance within hard services and facilities management.
-Working in conjunction with regional operations, cross-functional procurement departments and teams to meet the business objectives across 2019/2020.
-Ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of Public Sector procurement with exposure to facilities management and construction.
-Implement key strategies for hard services.
-Supervise and manage the procurement sourcing process including category management across the hard services business.
-Develop and manage the strategic and project based vendors with key suppliers.
-Proactively work with and support regional activities and operations of procurement across the UK and Ireland.
The Interim Strategic Sourcing Manager- Hard Services/ FM in London will:
-Have a proven procurement background in facilities management and construction.
-Have a high level of commercial acumen and ideally have public procurement process background which includes experience of Facilties Management and Construction.
-Will have proven experience of implementing procurement strategies with strong organisational, project management and planning experience.
-Have excellent levels of communication and an ability to add value quickly with proven stakeholder skills.
The Interim Strategic Sourcing Manager- Hard Services/ FM in London will be offered a 12 month fixed term contract with a salary between ??50,000-??65,000 in Central London.