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        • london, london
        • permanent
        • £50,000 - £60,000 per year
        • randstad financial services
        Our client, leading provider of end-to-end global creative production and sourcing partners for many of the world's biggest brands are looking to hire an experienced Supplier Governance Manager on a permanent basis. You will be part of the Strategic Sourcing team with overall responsibility of global supplier onboarding and governance. The function of the Strategic Sourcing team is to set the sourcing strategy and to implement that strategy by consolidating spend into a right-sized vendor base, selected to meet the diverse needs of the clients. The team works with the vendor panel to drive and deliver continuous improvement, sustainable cost reduction and innovation, and effectively communicate this to our internal and external clients. Other key considerations for our clients which we ensure/manage are governance and compliance, corporate and social responsibility, management of risk and security of supply. Purpose of the RoleManagement of Supplier GovernanceManagement of supplier onboarding process across all business units globallyResponsibility for Supplier Relation Management portal - scope, method, changes and maintenanceEnsuring supplier onboarding and governance processes meets global clients' needsReporting on supplier governance performanceEnsuring supplier contracts meet the business' needs Key AccountabilitiesManagement of supplier governance budgetManaging risk of legal and contractual complianceOwnership of supplier onboarding and governance processGlobal process alignment, development and continuous improvementManaging supplier contractual agreement templates in conjunction with legal teamEnsuring alignment between client and supplier contractsAdapting processes to meet client specific requirements but with an overall aim to streamline to one single processReporting on supplier governanceIdentifying and mitigating supply chain risksPresenting supplier governance processes to our clients and ensuring compliance to processesEnsuring all suppliers are aligned to core values and strategyManagement of supplier governance teamMulti-stakeholder working with external stakeholders including clients and suppliersTraining Procurement team in supplier governanceWorking closely with Procurement teams to ensure supplier complianceEnsuring supplier governance strategy meets the needs of existing and potential customers and reengineering processes to meet their needsWorking with Client Services teams to provide added value supplier governance processes Technical Skills and Personal Attributes>5 years experience of strategic sourcing and supplier governanceStrong contract management experience, legal knowledge and experience working with English law, additional legal jurisdictions an advantageUsed to managing a global teamDegree level / equivalent educationMCIPS or equivalentStrong analytical skillsTrack record of process design and re-engineeringExperience of managing complex business change projects with strong influencing/collaboration skills If you have similar experience working as a Supplier Governance Manager and are looking for a new and exciting opportunity, please forward your CV today.Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        Our client, leading provider of end-to-end global creative production and sourcing partners for many of the world's biggest brands are looking to hire an experienced Supplier Governance Manager on a permanent basis. You will be part of the Strategic Sourcing team with overall responsibility of global supplier onboarding and governance. The function of the Strategic Sourcing team is to set the sourcing strategy and to implement that strategy by consolidating spend into a right-sized vendor base, selected to meet the diverse needs of the clients. The team works with the vendor panel to drive and deliver continuous improvement, sustainable cost reduction and innovation, and effectively communicate this to our internal and external clients. Other key considerations for our clients which we ensure/manage are governance and compliance, corporate and social responsibility, management of risk and security of supply. Purpose of the RoleManagement of Supplier GovernanceManagement of supplier onboarding process across all business units globallyResponsibility for Supplier Relation Management portal - scope, method, changes and maintenanceEnsuring supplier onboarding and governance processes meets global clients' needsReporting on supplier governance performanceEnsuring supplier contracts meet the business' needs Key AccountabilitiesManagement of supplier governance budgetManaging risk of legal and contractual complianceOwnership of supplier onboarding and governance processGlobal process alignment, development and continuous improvementManaging supplier contractual agreement templates in conjunction with legal teamEnsuring alignment between client and supplier contractsAdapting processes to meet client specific requirements but with an overall aim to streamline to one single processReporting on supplier governanceIdentifying and mitigating supply chain risksPresenting supplier governance processes to our clients and ensuring compliance to processesEnsuring all suppliers are aligned to core values and strategyManagement of supplier governance teamMulti-stakeholder working with external stakeholders including clients and suppliersTraining Procurement team in supplier governanceWorking closely with Procurement teams to ensure supplier complianceEnsuring supplier governance strategy meets the needs of existing and potential customers and reengineering processes to meet their needsWorking with Client Services teams to provide added value supplier governance processes Technical Skills and Personal Attributes>5 years experience of strategic sourcing and supplier governanceStrong contract management experience, legal knowledge and experience working with English law, additional legal jurisdictions an advantageUsed to managing a global teamDegree level / equivalent educationMCIPS or equivalentStrong analytical skillsTrack record of process design and re-engineeringExperience of managing complex business change projects with strong influencing/collaboration skills If you have similar experience working as a Supplier Governance Manager and are looking for a new and exciting opportunity, please forward your CV today.Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        • solihull, west midlands
        • permanent
        • £40,000 - £50,000 per year
        • randstad inhouse services
        SEEKING A CATEGORY BUYEROUR GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIESYOUR PERSONAL JOURNEYWhat gets you out of bed in the morning? For us, it's driving positive change and we're looking for like-minded people with energy and a can do attitude to join our winning team.Are you looking for that next step in your career journey and like the sound of working in a dynamic and exciting team that's part of a growing consumer finance business and global bank? Like what you hear? Then read on…The roleOur Procurement team are responsible for the end to end management of suppliers within BNP Paribas Personal Finance UK. This ranges from sourcing and on-boarding through to the day-to-day management of the contractual and commercial relationship. The Category Buyer will work with the business and the Procurement team to conduct procurement activities in line with internal Policy, best professional practice and agreed contracts.This opportunity would suit a Buyer or Junior Buyer, who is looking for a varied role as a next step in their career.You'll engage with stakeholders to understand demand and build appropriate sourcing strategies for all procurement activity, providing appropriate advice and support. This role will also see you lead RFx processes, identify cost drivers and levers in order to deliver both value and cash savings; managing allocated category spend effectively, identifying opportunities and developing strategies to implement improvements and reduce costs.Working with the wider business, you'll co-ordinate and collaborate with specialist business areas to ensure all supplier due diligence is carried out in line with internal Policy, all legislative and regulatory requirements are met, and work is carried out in line with professional best practice.Could this be you?We believe it's a positive attitude and passion to make things happen that matters most. Here's what else we're looking for:- Direct or Indirect Category buying experience - Experience working within the RFx process- Commercial acumen- Good understanding of contract law- Cost leverage and optimisation skills- Negotiation and problem-solving skills- Stakeholders management skills; at all levels of seniority - Self-starter, able to work proactively, both independently or as part of a team to achieve a common goal- Excellent verbal and written communication skills- Highly numerateIdeally you'll also have:- Practice of procurement in an FCA-regulated context- IT procurement experience- MCIPS or equivalent, or working towardsOur cultureWe understand that next step in your career journey is an important one. We also know it's all about the people as they are the ones that make our business the success it is. That's why we provide colleagues with opportunities to make great things happen in an open and exclusive environment.Our culture is innovative, collaborative and fun; we challenge everyone to make a difference for colleagues, customers, partners and our community.Being part of the BNP Paribas global banking group means you're part of something big; with plenty of opportunities to take on additional responsibilities and make a real difference.We offerAs you'd expect from being a global banking group, we can give you an award winning benefits package that gives you flexibility to choose your benefits based on what's important to you. We also offer flexible working patterns, a competitive salary, a contributory pension scheme, plus life insurance and private medical insurance, not to mention the all-important 25 days holiday each year to enjoy.Is there a fit?If you're interested in joining our dynamic and growing team, then we'd love to hear from you.
        SEEKING A CATEGORY BUYEROUR GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIESYOUR PERSONAL JOURNEYWhat gets you out of bed in the morning? For us, it's driving positive change and we're looking for like-minded people with energy and a can do attitude to join our winning team.Are you looking for that next step in your career journey and like the sound of working in a dynamic and exciting team that's part of a growing consumer finance business and global bank? Like what you hear? Then read on…The roleOur Procurement team are responsible for the end to end management of suppliers within BNP Paribas Personal Finance UK. This ranges from sourcing and on-boarding through to the day-to-day management of the contractual and commercial relationship. The Category Buyer will work with the business and the Procurement team to conduct procurement activities in line with internal Policy, best professional practice and agreed contracts.This opportunity would suit a Buyer or Junior Buyer, who is looking for a varied role as a next step in their career.You'll engage with stakeholders to understand demand and build appropriate sourcing strategies for all procurement activity, providing appropriate advice and support. This role will also see you lead RFx processes, identify cost drivers and levers in order to deliver both value and cash savings; managing allocated category spend effectively, identifying opportunities and developing strategies to implement improvements and reduce costs.Working with the wider business, you'll co-ordinate and collaborate with specialist business areas to ensure all supplier due diligence is carried out in line with internal Policy, all legislative and regulatory requirements are met, and work is carried out in line with professional best practice.Could this be you?We believe it's a positive attitude and passion to make things happen that matters most. Here's what else we're looking for:- Direct or Indirect Category buying experience - Experience working within the RFx process- Commercial acumen- Good understanding of contract law- Cost leverage and optimisation skills- Negotiation and problem-solving skills- Stakeholders management skills; at all levels of seniority - Self-starter, able to work proactively, both independently or as part of a team to achieve a common goal- Excellent verbal and written communication skills- Highly numerateIdeally you'll also have:- Practice of procurement in an FCA-regulated context- IT procurement experience- MCIPS or equivalent, or working towardsOur cultureWe understand that next step in your career journey is an important one. We also know it's all about the people as they are the ones that make our business the success it is. That's why we provide colleagues with opportunities to make great things happen in an open and exclusive environment.Our culture is innovative, collaborative and fun; we challenge everyone to make a difference for colleagues, customers, partners and our community.Being part of the BNP Paribas global banking group means you're part of something big; with plenty of opportunities to take on additional responsibilities and make a real difference.We offerAs you'd expect from being a global banking group, we can give you an award winning benefits package that gives you flexibility to choose your benefits based on what's important to you. We also offer flexible working patterns, a competitive salary, a contributory pension scheme, plus life insurance and private medical insurance, not to mention the all-important 25 days holiday each year to enjoy.Is there a fit?If you're interested in joining our dynamic and growing team, then we'd love to hear from you.

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