City Of Manchester, Greater Manchester
£500 - £530 per day
Rail Technical Team
5 months ago
Role: Interim Procurement Manager - Critical Programmes
Role Type: Contract role assessed outside of IR35
Rate: Negotiable depending upon experience
A leading client within the Transportation Industry is recruiting for an Interim Procurement Manager to work on a contract basis, based in Manchester.
Role Purpose: To lead specific procurement related activities; to deliver the procurement strategy, ensure the execution of all required procurement activities leading to contract awards
Be responsible for the delivery of specific complex procurement activity across two critical delivery programmes
Ensure the successful delivery of all procurement activity required across the GM Cycle Hire and Clean Air Plans in accordance with internal processes and compliant with PCR 2015 Procurement Regulations
Working in a multi-disciplinary, multi -organisation team to deliver the necessary products and out puts
Provide advice and support to senior managers on the procurement approach and activities being undertaken
Ensure that senior managers are aware of issues which may derail the successful delivery of the procurements.
Extensive procurement experience within the public sector
Previous experience of leading complex procurement processes
Embeds into existing teams quickly.
Passionate and driven, ability to self-manage their workload
Proven track record of leading complex procurements for services
Experience and comprehensive knowledge of EU Procurement Regs (PCR15) in terms of:
Full procurement lifecycle
Preparation of relevant documentation with stakeholders
Formulation of ITT and understanding of procurement process
Evaluation and compliance to Regulations
Supplier recommendation reporting
Monitoring critical procurement path against live programme
Experience of running Competitive dialogues or Competitive Procedure with Negotiations.
In-depth understanding of contract law
Ability to work to accelerated deadlines and self-manage peaks and troughs of workload