Your new company
Our client, a public sector organisation, are recruiting for a 12 month contract. This is a Procurement Compliance and Systems Manager.
Your new role
Develop, implement and maintain procurement standards, procedures and model documentation in support of the retention of CoPE (Centre of Procurement Expertise) status.
Lead the redevelopment and reconfiguration of the organisation's ERP system to enhance the purchase to pay process and fully integrate e-procurement tools.
Engage with key stakeholders across the Group to design and deliver spend analytics tools which will provide robust management information, improve buying decisions and ensure compliance with Group policies and procedures.
Collate, validate and analyse procurement data and statistical information to inform procurement strategy and policy.
Act as key liaison with DoF Procurement Policy unit to influence NI Procurement Policy development.
Develop procurement competency and technical ability across the Group by arranging and facilitating training on NI Public Procurement Policy and Procurement Guidance Notes (PGNs).
Facilitate internal and external audits to ensure continuous improvement and compliance with CoPE Governance Framework.
Lead knowledge sharing and maintain alignment with other CoPEs on outputs from Procurement Practitioner working groups.
Establish, monitor, measure and report on procurement metrics and Key Performance Indicators.
Manage and maintain a Procurement Quality Management System in order to control policies, procedures and templates related to the procurement process
Support the development and implementation of a Procurement Environmental Management System and provide advice to ensure decisions and action incorporate sustainable procurement considerations.
Support the development, maintenance and implementation of the Group's commercial contract management policy.
Manage the Procurement Systems Advisor, including setting objectives and managing performance.
Deputise for the Head of Procurement, within area of expertise.
Ensure appropriate consideration is given to the organisations equality duties as well as specific commitments associated with your job role
What you'll need to succeed
Minimum of three years' relevant management experience in a large and complex organisation 1 in each of the following areas:
1. developing and implementing a governance framework, associated policies and procedures and delivery of procurement training;
2. developing technological solutions to provide spend visibility to enhance the delivery of procurement services and improve buying decisions; and 3. developing systems to establish, monitor, measure and review procurement metrics.
3. developing systems to establish, monitor, measure and review procurement metrics.
Practical experience and sound working knowledge of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016 or the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.
What you'll get in return
What you need to do now
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