Project Procurement Manager
Project Procurement Manager
Location – Swindon, UK (Flexible/Hybrid Working)
Contract Type – Permanent
Working Hours – Full time
Closing Date – 31 August 2022
Optimise supply chain measures for worldwide and innovative projects in the development, construction and/ or operational phases. Develop and execute sourcing, assessment, negotiation and contract execution strategies. Develop, negotiate and apply appropriate contract terms and conditions to suit project activities. Develop and maintain comprehensive understanding / knowledge of supply chain in identified market sectors. Lead highly complex negotiations with external suppliers and represent RWETI when meeting/negotiating with senior internal and external stakeholders. Optimising the price vs performance ratio and leverage market synergies. Claim and deviation management throughout project execution phase. Ensure that commercial project issues are addressed in accordance with company policies and procedures. Establish and maintain strong working / strategic relationships with project team and relevant business stakeholders. Contribute to the creation and operation of project procurement initiatives / continuous improvement.
Knowledge & Skills
MCIPS (or working towards), alternatively a relevant business or engineering degree is desirable. Expected to have significant experience in construction/infrastructure or complex procurement projects. Proven capability / skills in complex CAPEX & OPEX negotiations. Highly motivated and possess strong interpersonal skills; candidates should be capable of operating to tight timescales with the minimum of guidance and be able to communicate effectively at all levels of the business. Ability to influence and manage across multiple international cultures and a geographically diverse portfolio. Ability to influence and manage across multi-disciplinary teams. Internationally oriented, fully committed, flexible and ready to travel to meet the business requirements. For roles based in UK very good communication skills in English required with German and Dutch seen as an added benefit. For roles based in Germany very good communication skills in German and English required.
What we will offer you
Up to 15% annual bonus
A personal retirement savings plan – if you put in 5% we will top up by a further 10% and you will get life assurance worth 4 x annual salary
25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, pro-rata
Company Paid Private Medical Insurance for you and your family
Access to flexible benefits such as Critical Illness, Dental Plan, Health Cash Plan, Share Incentive Plan, Cycle2Work, Electric Car Lease Scheme, Buy Additional Annual Leave and retail savings scheme
Occupational Health support services for your wellbeing
Access to our employee assistance programme in times of need
Up to 2 days volunteering a year
Flexible working time arrangements through hybrid working within the framework of operational possibilities
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RWE in the UK
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