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Procurement Assistant (Generalist) – South Coast

Company: RBW Consulting
Reference: ML3456
Closing Date: 10 Nov 16
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): 30,000 - 40,000

Job Summary:

Seeking a Procurement Assistant across a range of different spend areas who can add support to key sourcing strategies whilst providing vital spend analysis and data reporting


RBW Consulting are working on behalf of a fantastic Services brand based in Sussex who are experiencing fantastic growth and development.

Our end client is seeking a Procurement Assistant who has good cross category experience (both across indirect and direct categories) coupled with strong analytical and reporting skills.

This role is primarily to implement a range of sub category strategies whilst being able to provide vital spend/data analysis and bid support.

Ideally will have previous experience with esourcing and been able to report on spend analysis looking at cost monitoring, purchase order tracking, supply chain planning and general bid//sourcing activity.

Seeking someone who works well within a fast paced team environment and who is an excellent communicator.

Must be very commercially aware and able to think strategically around day to day general Procurement and Supply Chain activity.

Ideally this person will be degree educated and have advanced Excel skills.



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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Origin Two 106 High Street, Crawley RH10 1BF
RH10 1BF
Tel:  01293 584 300
Fax:  01293 534 133
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