Procurement Specialist (Non-IT) CM:170675 | Eden Scott

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Procurement Specialist (Non-IT)

  • Glasgow
  • Up to £550 per day
  • Contract

Are you ready to play a crucial role in leading the charge in the digital transformation of a leading financial services organisation? We're seeking a Procurement Specialist to join our client's team on an initial 6-month contract.

If you are someone who has experience covering a number of categories with a focus on Resourcing, Professional Services & Consultancy, with experience of working within a regulated environment, take a look.

Candidates must be immediately available.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Lead key procurement initiatives within the Non-IT Procurement Team.

  • Develop and drive category strategies, focusing on engagement models and commercial opportunities.

  • Deliver savings targets for your category in line with Procurement goals.

  • Build strong relationships with stakeholders and suppliers.

  • Lead tendering processes and complex procurement initiatives to secure the best terms for the bank.

  • Provide leadership and guidance on sourcing approaches and execution.

  • Represent Procurement at Business Review and Governance Meetings.

Your Qualifications:

  • Experience in workforce-related procurement.

  • Regulatory knowledge.

  • Understanding of supply chains, supply markets, and sourcing strategies.

  • Awareness of industry trends in procurement and banking.

  • Knowledge of innovative sourcing and commercial negotiation techniques.

  • Understanding of risk processes and commercial/legal language.

Please apply now for a confidential chat to find out more about the position and to discuss suitability. Contact Carrie Martin on 01224 965506/email a copy of your CV to

Carrie Martin
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Carrie Martin
01224 965506

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