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Procurement Analyst

  • Location: Cheshire
  • Salary: £30,000 - £36,000 per year

Posted 5 months ago

  • Sector: Procurement
  • Contact: Gemma Cardew
  • Expiry Date: 06 August 2022
  • Job Ref: GC/18876

​MERJE are partnered with an established and prominent Financial Services business based in Cheshire in their search for a Procurement Analyst.

This is a newly created role reporting to the Lead Procurement Manager.

Our Ideal Candidate:

•Experience within a procurement environment.

•Support the development and issue of tender documentation.

•Support the Group Procurement team and business stakeholders in the tender evaluation process ensuring timely access to all required materials and the coordination of evaluation responses.

•Develop and maintain strong working external relationships across the base of key external suppliers.

•Deliver, maintain and develop critical reports to the internal business teams in a timely and accurate manner.

•Assist with the ongoing development of major internal and external projects.

•To manage the day-to-day relationship and communications between the external suppliers and the internal stakeholders.

•Establish and maintain the supplier documentation repository ensuring timely and accurate document storage.

•Ability to deliver to tight timescales and changing priorities.

•Confident written and verbal communication skills.

•Ensure sensitivity and confidentiality where appropriate.

•The ability to communicate at all levels of an organisation and work collaboratively.

•The ability to review and analyse financial information and written documents such as tender responses and commercial proposals.

Your new role:

•Assisting in all aspects of Procurement and Supplier Management.

•Assisting the Group Procurement team with the pipeline of new spend and with contract renewals.

•Collating Supplier Scorecards to assist with the updates of the Supplier Dashboard.

•Supports Supplier Performance Management activities for some of the key suppliers, including ensuring that

•The supplier performs to the contract at a minimum

•Both parties meet their contractual obligations

•Contractual change is supported

•Assisting with Due diligence activities are supported and issued escalated as appropriate.

•Ensures compliance with Together policies, processes, procedures, guidelines and reporting requirements as well as any relevant regulatory and statutory requirements.

•Works closely with our colleagues in Legal, Risk and DPO to ensure that Procurement priorities are addressed in a timely manner.