£55000 - £65000 per annum + 25 day Holiday + Bank + Car + Health
over 1 year ago
Role: Senior Commercial Manager [ Procurement ]
Employment Type: Permanent Position
Location: Brighton [Hybrid working]
Package: Circa £65K Depending on Experience 25 Days + Bank + Private Healthcare
Sector Expertise: Construction, Utilities, Energy, Infrastructure
This is a great opportunity to be part of something special, play a key role leading a major procurement project and have a positive, vital impact on the local community and the natural environment that supports it.
The company are embarking on a significant major infrastructure project to upgrade essential utilities that support local communities across the UK. This role plays a integral part in the success of that project.
We are looking for a Senior Procurement & Commercial Lead to bring your commercial knowledge and expertise surrounding stakeholder management and influence to drive this major project forwards. Implement and deliver category, sourcing & commercial management strategies leading and managing a team of Category Managers / Commercial Managers to achieve the project goals.
The role is client facing and requires executing pre and post contract processes and procedures to deliver quality assured procurement & commercial management, manage all associated commercial activity to achieve value creation and minimise total cost of ownership.
You should demonstrate a significant knowledge of contract conditions and their application. Experience from PFI environments in a NEC3 / NEC4 framework will be critical as too would expertise surrounding I Chem E and ICE contract forms and drafting. A degree in Quantity Surveying or similar including significant experience of Cost Management and/or Quantity Surveying for large projects and framework arrangements would be fundamental to your success in this role.
Apply today to arrange a more in depth call surrounding the details or the Senior Commercial Manager role and the wider project plans or Contact email@example.com to start the discussion.