Senior Supply Chain Manager

15 John Prince's St, Marylebone, London W1G 0AB, UK £47,450 - £59,300 per annum


Type:

Permanent

Ref No:

DP075SCML

Contact:

Daniel Peinado

Telephone:

01923 696 668

Date Posted:

12-Feb-19

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As a Senior Supply Chain Manager you will deliver the implementation of the Senior Supply Chain Management Strategy, supporting the development of the people, processes and systems for critical supplier engagement, mapping and monitoring.

We have an exciting new permanent opportunity as a Senior Supply Chain Manager, based in London within a large industrial sector based Railway Company. Working for a big company like this offers great personal development, which is a fantastic move for your career.

This role would need a candidate with evidence of experience in managing respective supply chain management portfolios, including market sounding reports, capacity analysis, financial risk reports and case studies. It's expected that you would have knowledge of procurement processes and undertaking supply chain mapping to identify opportunities and risks in the market place.

To be successful in this role you would need Member of CIPS or IACCM with knowledge of government initiatives and policies, such as OJEU processes and experience with the commercial and contract delivery lifecycle, including key activities during market engagement, procurement and delivery. You would need good stakeholder management, internal and external communication, as well as coordinated third party and supplier engagement.

McGinley Support Services is committed to equal opportunities and actively seeks applications from all sectors of the community irrespective of gender, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, having responsibility for dependants, age, religion/beliefs, or any other reason which cannot be shown to be justified.

McGinley Support Services is committed to making reasonable adjustments in order for all candidates who are successfully put through to the interview stage to be able to attend.

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