Expat Procurement Lead opportunity with a global consulting firm - Indirects focussed role to be a part of the NEOM mega city development on a 12-month FTC - Saudi Arabia - £65-75k tax free + housing, bonus & flight allowance
This global procurement consultancy, renowned for supporting some of the most iconic projects and companies world-wide, is looking to hire as part of a new mega project in Saudi Arabia and bring onboard cutting edge procurement professionals into the already high-performing, multicultural team.
The role as a Procurement Lead is to manage and deliver high-profile and high-value projects across procurement operations and indirects across the regions on NEOM. This project is a one of a kind mega city development, encompassing highly innovative renewable energy related technologies, transport and infrastructure systems, all in the attempt to create the worlds first futuristic smart city, that will cover a land-mass the size of Belgium.
Within this role you will be part of a strategic end-to-end procurement function, delivering engagements across a range of categories, encompassing supplier engagement, the running of tender proposals, all inline with best practise and CIPS foundations.
Along with the opportunity to join a great team you will receive the following:
- Full living accommodation in Saudi Arabia
- Living and meal expenses
- A yearly flight allowance
- Bonus at end of service
- Visa and medical expensives
In return this organisation is looking for candidates with 4+ years of indirect or operations procurement experience within global and strategic procurement teams, able to advise and deliver successful end to end sourcing processes for the firm.
If you are interested in joining this one of a king mega project with this market leading firm, please apply through the following domain or with a copy of your cv to email@example.com
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