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    Procurement Business Partner

    West Midlands | Michael Page

    Job Details
    Category: Retail & Consumer Products
    Posted Yesterday
    Excellent opportunity to join Dudley Council as a Procurement Business Partner. Client Details Dudley Council is committed to making sure local people receive the best possible public services. We are incredibly proud of our council and the borough it serves. It is a unique and very special place. We know that if you join us, you will receive a warm welcome, work with some very loyal and committed colleagues and contribute positively to making life better for our residents, businesses and visitors. Description The Business Partner: Supports the Head of Procurement in the planning and delivery of consistently high quality, value for money services through a modern, resilient, high quality, customer focused procurement service. Ensures that Procurement supports delivery of the Council's Corporate objectives in a compliant manner and to the highest possible professional standards, complying with all aspects of relevant legislation and public accountability requirements. Acts as the Procurement Account Manager for their designated Directorate/s and supports the Directorate Leadership Team in all their procurement activities. The post holder will formulate, lead, and present a strategic vision of Category procurement that meets the future long term needs of the organisation. Builds strong and lasting relationships with Council Directors and senior officers in their designated Directorates to achieve value for money in the form of cashable and non-cashable savings and social value. This covers the whole lifecycle from identifying needs, developing, and implementing procurement strategies. Leads and manages a team of procurement staff to ensure they maintain appropriate professional standards. The post holder agrees staff development plans and ensures the team achieves performance indicators. Contribute to developing and implementing a relevant and robust Procurement Strategy and Policies identifying innovative procurement opportunities. Profile To be accountable for and promote equality, diversity and community cohesion to meet Council, Directorate and Service objectives. All employees have a responsibility not only for their own behaviour, but also for others regarding equality of opportunity. Any incident must be reported. To participate in a Performance Review and Development meeting and undertake a plan of training where necessary. Develop his/her own skills and expertise in a professional manner. In addition to all the responsibilities listed above, all employees must be flexible in their approach and undertake other duties that are commensurate with post holder's level, wherever they may be, to achieve the objectives of the Directorate. To represent the Council and Directorate in a professional manner meeting the Corporate and Directorate aims. To comply with Directorate and Corporate policies. If appropriate to be responsible for the recruitment and performance management of designated teams and individuals in accordance with Corporate and Directorate aims and management style. To comply with the council's financial regulation and standing orders To actively promote Dudley's commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults at a level appropriate to this group. Employees must comply with health and safety legislation and will be required to comply with the Council's Health and Safety Policies. All employees must ensure that they take reasonable care of their own health and safety as well as the health and safety of any person that is affected by their actions.To be responsible for adhering to legislative requirements and Council Policies and Procedures including, but not exclusively health & safety, Data Protection and Internet/Email use. Job Offer Basic Salary £50,471 - £54,070 A generous Local Government Pension Agile Working - supporting and promoting a positive work/life balance Annual Leave -30 days, rising a further 4 days after 5 years' continuous service (Plus Bank Holidays and 1 extra Statutory Day) Learning & Development - A varied offering of in-house and external learning interventions and professional development Cycle to Work Scheme Staff Counselling Service - In-house access for all with a variety of therapeutic approaches to suit the individual needs of each client Wellbeing - a range of activities to enhance and support your wellbeing Occupational Health - a service to support you to stay well at work, both physically and mentally Family Friendly Policies - Maternity, Paternity & Adoption Leave - Enhanced entitlement above national average Sick Pay - Enhanced entitlement above national average Corporate Gym Membership - across Dudley Borough Leisure Centres Flexible working Employees can also accrue 37 hours of flex leave each month
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