Commercial Manager (SC Cleared)

Job Type:
Business Transformation
Job reference:
27 days ago

Commercial Manager - SC Cleared

Our Central Government client based in London are recruiting for a Security Cleared (SC) Commercial Manager and a Sneior Commercial Officer.

To undertake a range of commercial activity including sourcing & contract management. To support the overall provision of a commercial service to the client in accordance with departmental and organisational targets.

This involves;

  • Delivery of a portfolio of Commodities/ Projects including contract management of suppliers and competitive tender exercises.
  • Supervise the quality, secure handling and dissemination of data/information, maintaining confidentiality, sensitivity and a duty of care in line with client policy.
  • Executing sourcing strategies to support delivery of the client business objectives.
  • Working closely with internal stakeholders to effectively manage sourcing/competitive tender exercises and inform future requirements.
  • Delivering procurement activities including sourcing & contract management, in line with EU and UK procurement law, and Procurement policy.

Key Skills / Experience

  • MCIPS (Membership of Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply) Level 6 or equivalent,

  • A proven procurement background of successful delivery in a complex and changing environment, preferably in the public sector.
  • Excellent knowledge of Procurement legislation.
  • Excellent organisational and analytical skills
  • Experience of effectively working as part of a team
  • Proven experience of tendering activity & customer / service delivery.
  • Proficient with tools such as Word and Excel and MS project.
  • Be able to lead and deliver procurements from cradle to grave.
  • Proven experience of tendering activity & customer / service delivery
  • Effective management of contracts
  • Provide advice on sourcing options and commercial models for category
  • Ensure value for money is achieved and is sustainable and that risk is managed within the risk appetite
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