Procurement Managers

TRS Staffing Solutions
40000.00 - 60000.00 GBP Annual + GBP40000 - GBP60000/annum excellent
18 Oct 2019
15 Nov 2019
Contract Type
We are recruiting for a number of Procurement Managers with experience of working on major infrastructure/engineering projects based in Birmingham. They will consider candidates at all levels on a permanent basis with a salary of GBP40-60k + excellent benefits.
The purpose of the role is to provide support on procurement strategy and advice to public and private sector clients. Also to provide contract management support on a major infrastructure projects
They are looking for an individual with knowledge and/or experience in Procurement strategy, supply chain management or contract management.

This includes:
• Contract Management
• OJEU Procurement
• Capital Investment
• UK/EU Procurement legislation

The successful candidate will have the following skills and experience:
• Preferably possess degree related to quantity surveying, law or procurement.
• Experience of various forms of contracts with particular focus on NEC and JCT
• Many of their teams are focussed on becoming chartered whether MCIPS, MCIArb, MRICS or MICE - they support and help their staff to achieve these ambitions.
• They continue to innovate and bring new ideas to the table, whilst also ensuring every one of their team has the opportunity to become SME's, future leaders and strategic advisors on major programmes.

To apply for this opportunity please contact Andrew Johnson on (phone number removed) or apply online via the link below

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