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    Interim GNFR Procurement Consultant

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    My client, a private-equity owned retailer based in the northwest of England, is looking for an interim consultant to advise them on their GNFR procurement operating model.

    You must have had experience both in designing and in delivering new procurement operating models from strategy and guiding principles down into L2 processes, people structures, updating documentation, and setting up new OKRs.

    You must have held similar roles for large retailers (£250m+ turnover), and have managed relationships with the big players across retail operations and supply chain, such as logistics providers and DC support contracts, to ensure that your client is optimising its return on investment across GNFR spend.

    Ideally you will have worked closely with Operations/Supply Chain/Procurement consultancies in the past, or will have held an Associate position on an interim basis with one of the big players.

    This is not an IT focused procurement role so please only apply if you are a GNFR generalist and if you have Retail industry experience.

    The role will have line management responsibility for four individuals looking after key category spend and it will report into a member of the Operating Board.

    As the role will start remotely please do still apply if location may seem like a challenge, if you have the right skillset as stipulated above.

    Remuneration: £800-£1,000 per day
    Duration: 6 months
    Location: North West
    Reference: JN -052020-25576_1590067050
    Type: Contract
    Sector: Consumer & Retail
    Discipline: Operations
    Date Added: 21 May 2020
    Closing Date: 18 Jun 2020


    21 Apr 2020

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