Procurement Manager

Published:  22 February, 2012

Sector: Bathrooms

Location: South Midlands

Salary: Up to £45k basic plus benefits

Company

The client is one of the UK’s leading specialist distributors of building materials who is embarking on a major expansion of its Procurement Division due to continued success.

The client is regarded as being market leaders in their sector with operations throughout the UK, and is led by a highly regarded management team.

Position

The client is seeking to recruit a professional Procurement Manager to join its already successful team at its South Midlands  operation with a responsibility for the Group Procurement of bathrooms and associated products.

Candidate

The successful candidate must be able to show a good aptitude along with drive, ambition, the ability to work calmly and methodically under pressure, the ability to ensure customers requirements are fulfilled and be willing to ‘go the extra mile’ to build up relationships with suppliers and colleagues.

Ideally you will have experience in the procurement of bathrooms and associated products in a major Builders' Merchant or Specialist Distributor operation.

Package

Up to £45k basic salary plus executive benefit package.

As this is a key role in the client’s organisation it is willing to offer a very attractive salary package to the right candidate. As the client is a member of a major group of companies they are also able to offer exceptional career advancement possibilities.

Contact

If you are interested in this role, please apply now by sending your details to register@srsuk.com or contact us on 01234 826450 to discuss the role in greater detail.

All successful applicants will be contacted within 7 days.

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