Senior Commercial Manager (2 Posts)
£40,000 + substantial pension and benefits + £1,500 Commercial Market Skills Allowance (MSA); individuals are eligible once essential criteria for this allowance is met.
Andover SP11 8HJ, Catterick, DL9 3LR, Glasgow G2 8EX, Sutton Coldfield B75 7RL, Whittington WS14 9TJ, Wyton PE28 2EA
£1,500 Commercial Market Skills Allowance (MSA); individuals are eligible once essential criteria for this allowance is met.
DIO is passionate about ensuring that we are a top performing organisation and a great place to work. We host a diverse range of talent where everyone feels valued and supported enabling our people to flourish, bring greater creativity and innovation to achieve higher organisational performance. We are committed to be an equal opportunities employer and creating a culture where everyone can bring their whole self to work and individuality is truly appreciated.
If you are an amazing Procurement Professional who wants to see the unseen and work for an amazing organisation, then keep reading!
Join the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and supports our mission!
Caring for Defence Estate and those that depend on it, enabling Defence to live, work, train and deploy We are looking for experienced procurement professionals with a background in Procurement and Contracts Management.
Would you like to be a part of team focused on supporting and delivering capital projects across the defence estate? Are you interested in being part of delivering unique and complex infrastructure for armed forces?
From estate optimisation to building runways for fighter jets; we do it all!
You should be!
As the team grows, now is a great opportunity to get involved with innovative projects from the outset.
You will work with a diverse, committed and energetic team of colleagues who all bring different skills and experience to the team, creating an environment of continual learning. You are likely to work with military colleagues, civil servants and consultants - of all grades and ranks.
You will support the strategic relationship with suppliers and senior internal stakeholders while building collaboration within and across organisational boundaries. You will develop and manage key sourcing activities to meet project goals while minimising risk and ensuring Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is considered. You will be the trusted advisor in sourcing and commercial initiatives to both, stakeholders and your team members, ensuring compliance to the appropriate processes and operating procedures.
We currently have vacancies across 2 business area’s
• Future Defence Infrastructure Services - FDIS
C1 Disposals - (1 post)
The role in the Disposals Team will lead on the procurement of Land Sales Delivery Partners (LSDP) to Project Manage the disposal of our larger surplus sites under the MoD Estate Optimisation Programme.
Sales receipts for the next few sites to be Tendered are forecast to be over £100M. (Annex A provides a brief overview of the LSDP role)
You will develop sourcing strategies in partnership with project and customer stakeholders in line with current legislation and Government/MOD policy and procedures. You will lead on the development of Competitive Tender packs and the Tendering process through to contract award. Tender process will be run in accordance with the relevant regulations (EU Procurement Regulations, Public Contracts Regulations, Defence & Security Public Contracts Regulations, Single Source Contract Regulations - Subject to any amendment).
You may also be asked to lead on other less complex competitive procurements to support the Estates Disposals team. These procurements will be via an advertised opportunity or existing MoD/Wider Government Framework.
Most of your DIO internal customers are based in Andover and Catterick.
C1 FDIS - (1 post)
For the role within the Future Defence Infrastructure Services (FDIS) Commercial team you will be working on large procurements for Hard and Soft Facilities Management (FM). You will be at the forefront of realising the procurement strategies, ensuring best practice and lessons learned from previous procurements are captured and opportunities for improvement shared with the broader team.
Specifically, in the Hard FM procurement you will be working alongside successful bidders from across the UK to support the mobilisation of the new contracts and the transition of the existing commercial arrangements to the new structure. The Soft FM project is in the sourcing stage and involvement will include developing the procurement strategy in partnership with project and customer stakeholders and competitively tendering the requirement in line with current legislation and Government/MOD policy and procedures.
Job contact :
Name: Manpower Team
Closing date: 30th April 2021 at 11:55pm.