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Procurement Insight & Resilience Lead - £80K - Slough

Procurement Insight & Resilience Lead - £80K - Slough

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    Up to £80000 per annum

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    Gemma Thompson

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Role: Procurement Insight & Resilience Lead

Salary: up to £80k

Location: Slough | 1- 2 days a week |Hybrid working role

Role type: FTC March 2023 -Dec 2024 | Fulltime| UK based

Are you an experienced Strategic Procurement or analytical Supply Chain professional looking for your next challenge? This is an exciting opportunity to become instrumental in a dynamic Transformational project looking at resilience across various areas of the Supply chain in a Global FMCG organisation.

Responsibilities overview:

This is a great opportunity to be a part of a team that will have operational and strategic material impact on the company's success. A unique role that spans across Commercial, Supply and R&D in collaboration with other functions in the business; This is one of the first truly E2E roles in the organization.

Role Overview:

  • The role will be supporting the Global E2E program manager by providing high quality data and inputs into the E2E digital Twin work.
  • Partner with Regional Teams cross functional teams, predominantly commercial and supply to develop the right data and insights to help discover vulnerabilities in our supply chain
  • Drive insights from the E2E analysis and run scenarios in the digital twin
  • Define and follow up on insights of vulnerabilities to improve resilience
  • Ensure connectivity between different tools (e.g. sub tier visibility, MARI)
  • Ensure the right data architecture to be consistent with the overall SCDA strategy
  • Ensure that all product-related data contained within the E2E data model has the right level of quality, and in line with the requirements of the related functional business processes and agreed global data


  • University degree (i.e., Bachelor) in engineering or business/ economics / procurement/supply chain
  • 3+ years of relevant strategic sourcing, procurement or supply chain experience
  • Good understanding of data infrastructure and how systems operate
  • Somebody who is effective in gathering the right information and data from different functions in the organisation
  • Experience working in a large, global, highly matrixed organization
  • Advanced analytical and financial skills including the ability to quickly synthesize, distil and draw conclusions on large amounts of disparate data.