CAPEX Procurement Manager - London

GBP60000 - GBP65000 per annum + Package
25 Jan 2022
24 Feb 2022
Tabitha Holdsworth
Specialist Area
Job Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Role: CAPEX Procurement Manager
Location: London - Flexi Working
Firm: Global Product Manufacturing Firm
Salary: £60,000 - Package - Car

Join a FTSE 250 Global Product Manufacturing company within London as a CAPEX (capital expenditure) Procurement Manager. This company offer unparalleled progression opportunities, such as movement up into a global team which will improve, and hugely benefit your skills and capabilities.

They are looking for someone to inject fresh, innovative and successful procurement into the business. You will have a £50 million spend per year and will be accountable for all end-to-end procurement. They specially want someone who has a sharp attention to detail, who will open and then close all projects.

This role will consist of developing and maintaining high quality category strategy plans and meet with stakeholders regularly to discuss and agree initiatives or priorities. It will entail of high standard supplier checks and performance checks, this will require travel to meet with these key supplier across the country. You will be required once a month to present to peers and stakeholders on your opinions on the market, the trends, developments etc.

They are looking for an individual with CAPEX and procurement experience. However, this role offers huge exposure to multiple categories such as FM, Fleet, Generalist. The role is based in London, but with the worlds current situation they are offering a Hybrid working approach. The Procurement team is highly motivated, looking for a new CAPEX Procurement Manager to help them grow and expand further globally.

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