Supply Chain Manager

  •  London
  •   £60k - 65k per year + Additional Benefits £ / Year
  •   Full Time
  •   Permanent
  •   Job Reference Supply Chain Manager

Are you experienced in construction Procurement, supply chain or a buyer? If so this role is for you!

Role – Supply Chain Manager 

Location – London

Salary – Up to £65,000 plus aditional benefits.

My client are currently recruiting for a Supply Chain Manager to work on a major civils project based in the UK. The client has a part of the project which in total is worth £72 Billion. The role requires excellent communication and customer facing skills along with working as part of a team and promoting the clients culture and values. You will consider problems as a challenge, collect information relevant to the problem, be disciplined in ascertaining the root cause, identify and develop a practical solution, communicate the findings and implement action to resolve the problem.

Supply Chain Manager Responsibilities:

  • Monitor and manage supplier performance, improvement, development.
  • Manage internal stakeholders by facilitating and supporting the SCS project teams in completing supplier performance and driving the ‘Defining Blue’ process.
  • Escalated issues which cannot be resolved by the Project team (when called upon on key trade or critical package only)
  • Encourage strong supplier relationships through supplier improvement plans, conflict resolution and strategic supply chain partner relationship management.
  • Deliver the key contractual requirements for HS2 for supplier development.
  • Lead supplier performance relationships in sharing best practice within the supply chain.
  • Responsible for upskilling the supply chain by providing support through the performance process.
  • Facilitate and support the financial assessment and reporting of the supply chain.
  • Work collaboratively with Supply Chain Data Analyst to visualize trends in supplier performance data.
  • Arrange and deliver periodic business to business meetings (B2B’s) with key trade or critical package supply chain including preparation of material for use therein together with capture of actions/notes thereafter.

The Ideal Candidate for a Supply Chain Manager will have:

  • Experience in a similar level role, responsible for the delivery of Supplier Performance in a large, complex organization.
  • A professional qualification or degree (or equivalent)
  • Good knowledge and practical experience of developing, implementing, maintaining and improving supplier performance.
  • Capable of working independently and proactively as well as skilled at working collaboratively with internal teams and supply chain to improve supplier performance.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a robust appreciation of relationship management.
  • Excellent attention to detail with the ability to work accurately in a busy and demanding environment.
  • Good understanding of the construction and/or infrastructure market (Desirable)
  • Advanced knowledge of MS Excel, PowerPoint, Power BI.
  • A can-do, positive attitude, willing to go the extra mile.

The successful Supply Chain Manager will recieve a salary of up to £65,000 per annum plus a plethoura of additional benefits.

Flexible working: We welcome you to ask about the flexibility you need. This might be part-time, remote working, or compressed hours for example. Anyone who applies for a role can ask about flexibility at interview. In return, the client will explore what is possible for the role.

If the role is of interest to you please apply now and wie will be in contact to discuss further.
We look foward to hearing from you.

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