Procurement Manager - 12M FTC

  1. Permanent
£45,000 - £55,000 per annum
DCPMGO

Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire

The details

Marks Sattin are currently working with a well-known Goole based manufacturing business to assist in the recruitment of a Procurement Manager on a 12 month fixed term contract to cover maternity leave.

Responsibilities;

  • Buying raw materials and packaging.
  • Looking after service contracts.
  • Managing a small 3 person team.
  • Looking at product pipeline to ensure new stock is in place and arriving on time.

If you feel you are right for this role, please apply now

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