Procurement Manager (Defence)

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One of the UK's largest independent Consultancies is actively recruiting a Procurement Manager to be based in Hampshire.


My client is one of the leading Consultancies in the UK with a network of offices across the country as well as overseas. They have a great reputation in the market and are working on some of the South’s largest infrastructure and defence projects.


They are actively looking to recruit a number of individuals at Procurement Manager level to get involved in taking full responsibility of projects from inception to completion. The successful Procurement Manager will be given the opportunity to take full control of the projects and help mentor junior staff.


The successful Senior Procurement Manager must:

Have at least 4+ years experience working within a Commercial/ Procurement environment
Have experience working within either Defence or Aerospace
Have experience working on end to end procurement, with knowledge of Sourcing and Contract Management.
Hold full Security Clearance
Have good communication and client facing skills
MCIPS is preferred but not essential

Opportunity to work on some of the regions largest projects.
Excellent progression opportunities within clear outline on how to get to Director level
Market leading Consultancy with a great reputation in the market
Fantastic company culture and senior management

Apply in confidence to this advert or contact Niall Collins on (phone number removed) for more information
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  • Negotiable
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  • CV-182429
  • Permanent
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